Bato Springs Resort of San Pablo, Laguna is a delightful spot for someone who loves spring bath and immersion in nature. It covers the river coming from Mt. Banahaw and the natural springs overflows beside the river bank.



Portions of the resort includes a swimming pool and the spring area but the latter is what the resort considers as their main attraction. I have only tried the spring when our family had our outing there.   

Most of the areas surrounding the spring are covered by forest trees. Thus, even though the spring has been manually altered, the nature feel has been preserved and you don’t have to worry so much about the sun. However, that also means that the spring is not isolated from indigenous crawling creatures! Hahaha! But if you are a nature-lover, you will surely enjoy this environment.

The water there, which they said that comes naturally from spring, is so cold that it made my finger joints numb and my body shivering intensely. I had to actively move whenever I submerged my body into the water so I could outlast the cool temperature.

My most favorite is chilling beneath the flowing waters on the wall of rocks. The pressure is strong that the water seemingly was massaging my back but tolerable enough to stay in place for an amount of time.


Rooms for Improvement:

The resort can be more enjoyable if the facilities will be properly maintained in terms of aesthetics; the place is generally clean though especially in the most essential areas like the shower rooms. Some of us only have a complaint about the water flow in the shower rooms but in the men’s shower room I used, all is well.


How to Get There:

If you’re bringing a car:

  1. Coming from Manila, take South Expressway to Calamba Exit
  2. Just take the Road bound to Lucena Quezon, after passing San Pablo City look for a Meralco Station on your left.
  3. The next intersection has a sign leading you to Bato Springs take left, this road is bound to Dolores, Quezon.
  4. Look for the “Bato Springs” sign on your left, you can see it about 5 minutes from the intersection. Take the road leading the Bato Springs.

If you’re taking a bus:

  1. You can take a bus at Cubao or Taft Ave. Terminal (JAM or JAC Liner) bound to Lucena, Quezon, the fare is less than 130 pesos for an air-conditioned bus.
  2. You can drop off by San Pablo City, Laguna or the intersection bound to Dolores, Quezon
  3. From there, take a Tricycle to Bato Springs.



ENTRANCE FEE (adults / kids)

  • Weekdays – P 70 /head
  • Weekends / Holidays – 80 /head
  • Overnight – 125 /head


COTTAGES for Overnight:

  • One bed for two – P 1,200 & up
  • Family room – 2,500 & up


Check In Time – Check Out Time

  • 8:00am – 4:00pm

Check In/Out Time – Overnight:

  • 9:00am 8:00am – next day
  • 5:00pm 4:00pm – next day



  • First come, first served basis on huts and tables.
  • Reservations will be accepted only for huts with attic, private rooms, pavilion and big groups.
  • Reservation is confirmed upon 50% down payment of the above.
  • A reservation cancelled shall be charged 20% of the rent of the facility/ies reserved. A reservation not cancelled (no show), as a rule, is deemed forfeited. Note: The foregoing rates are subject to change without prior notice.





Our Overall Rating:

Readers’ Rating:

[Total: 2    Average: 1/5]

Rate this place from 1 to 5 stars if you also have been into this place!


Contact Information

For more information, you may call up any of these nos.:
(049) 562-0976 / (0926) 5822-822
(0916) 372-3926 / (0928) 323-2674

Bato Springs 71 Balagtas Blvd.

San Pablo City, 4000

Laguna, Philippines


Website Sources: (Official Website)


LiVEART is my ARTMARK – Life Blog Category which features my travel, event and food experiences that I would love to share with you.

Been to this place? Rate the place above and share also your experience with us in the comment section!

Do you have any travel, event or foodtrip suggestions? Email me at (you can use this contact form) or drop them below as comments.

You may also like