Looking for a place to stay in Santa Fe? Then look no further than Santa Fe Beach Club, a family-friendly resort that brings the best of Santa Fe to your doorstep.
Santa Fe Beach Club Hotel is a family-friendly resort offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The resort features a 24 hour front desk. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Santa Fe. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Santa Fe be sure to experience local shrimp favorites at CouCou Bar & Restaurant or Kota Beach Resort Restaurant.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Santa Fe Beach Club as you experience everything Santa Fe has to offer.
We were coming from another resort nearby that had the worst customer service ever (Anika). It was such a breath of fresh air when we came here with very friendly, attentive and accommodating staff, they even bring your food/order to the beachfront while you laze around. The sandy, white, wide beachfront with clear waters is to die for. They also have ready contacts of motorcyles for rent as well as massage therapists. All you need to do is ask and they will be more than willing to help. Keep up the good work!
santa fe beach club has this special vibe. i just can't pinpoint what it is. perhaps it's the enchantment brought about by its mini-cave within the property grounds. or the rich flora surrounding the place. or the tidiness of the area. maybe it's the warmth of the staff even though you're just there to do some sight-seeing and have no intentions to check in. this private resort has a lot to offer to its paying guests. when given another chance, i would maximise my stay and spend a couple of nights next time.
A stunning beach resort with lovely clean cabins right on the beach. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the scenery is breathtaking. I can recommend the coconuts which are collected fresh of the tree for you by some of the local young boys. They are delicious and so cooling and refreshing on a very hot day. The trees where they get them are literally right outside of your cabin on the beach. Amazing to see these young lads scampering up and down the trees getting coconuts to sell to us -the tourists and visitors just for a few Pesos too!! The local people are so friendly and helpful too. It really is an ideal place just to rest,relax and unwind for a few days or even a week or two. The trips out to the other nearby islands are well recommended too-remember to bring a hat and plenty of sun screen lotion too , as it does get very very hot during the day!!! Also a wonderful place just to sit on the beach in the cool of the evening drinking a nice chilled beer and chatting with friends too!!!…
Me and my partner were looking for a pristine white sand beach away from the crowds and came accross Bantayan and Santa Fe Beach Club.Please be aware if you are planning to come anytime soon to the island it doesn't look anything like paradise. After our arrival (plane,3.5h journey from Cebu by bus, a boat and a tuk tuk) we were welcomed in a very bizarre manner. The first impression would surprise everyone as the pictures we have seen online are very misleading. The beach although cleaned daily it had plenty of seaweed on it plus the water is not clear enough to go for a swim (fine if you are used to seaweed). The port is very close and shame all the pictures posted don't really show how close, as it changes completely the view (I'm attaching some recent photos) We decided to go for a walk in search of some better beaches.. to the left and right of the hotel don't venture too far as you won't find anything pretty (more seaweed, coconut shells and rubbish) btw Anika Resort we considered staying in is very close and the beach looks exactly the same. The only nice stretch of white sand and blue water is on Paradise Beach (20min walk or around 8min (40pesos) tuk tuk ride. Saying that last two days the beach had lots of seaweed on but I'm hoping it's only after the typhoon. The review of "Beach Club" it's based on the days before the typhoon btw although we did spend a night in the hotel during "Ursula" and luckily enough (getting through the door rain water, the structure was safe enough and there was no damage). More about the hotel itself.. From what we heard it has been renovated recently after a previous typhoon and it's true the room we stayed in looked new. Beds and mattresses are covered in plastic seal and after complaining to my partner about the quality of my sleep I now understand the reason why they are covered..humidity! Nothing will dry there. I washed my bikini and after 3days of hanging inside and outside it was still dump and smelly. Air con works perfectly fine and there is also hot water:) There was a power cut during the storm but their generator kicked in very quickly. Unfortunately wi-fo was only available in the reception/restaurant area and that's only until the storm came. No internet afterwards. We had to go to town each time to connect. Rooms are being cleaned on request, so make sure you ask them to clean it ( a bit surprising). We have had breakfast there once and can't really say much about it, very basic. There no fridge nor kettle in the room. To summarise it we would not come to the Bantayan again but even so the hotel facilities although poorly rated as overall by us were probably one of the best in the area. The only hotel we would consider is probably Kota Beach Hotel due to it's location. And if you decide to come anyway Tika Bar/ Restaurant it's a winner for delicious food.…
This place is a must visit. The beach is powdery white sand. Crystal clear water. Food is delicious! Plus a great deal for the money to visit Ogtong Cave with no extra fee in entering as long as you check in at Sta Fe Beach Club! Awesome deal!