Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa (pronounced as lol-he-tas) is the first and only hanging garden in the Philippines located in the heart of Antipolo City. It offers a spectacular view of Laguna de Bay, Antipolo, and Metro Manila.
In search of finding a place where we can try something new – we found Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa. It’s an hour’s drive away from the Metro which is perfect for a quick escapade. The place suits our desire to unwind, relax, and at the same time enjoy nature.
Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa
The views of Laguna Lake and the Metro Manila skyline are reason enough to make the trip up to Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens Spa. From P 1,150, you can book a day pass that includes access to the heated jacuzzi, a hydro-massage pool, and infinity pools from which you can snag these views.
Address: Loreland Farm Resort, Sitio Loreland, Barangay San Roque, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal
Opening hours: Sun–Fri 10 AM-9 PM | Sat 10 AM-11 PM
Telephone: 2 8570 2532
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How to go to Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa?
- Go to MRT Shaw Station or Cubao MRT Station, walk towards the terminal then look for a Jeepney or Van heading to Antipolo Church.
- Jeepneys should be bound to Antipolo-Simbahan or Antipolo-Shopwise, Tanay (Tanay-Antipolo).
The fare is around Php 30 for the jeep and Php 50 for the van.
- Get off at Antipolo Church.
- Ride a Tricycle and tell the driver to drop you at Loreland Farm Resort, which is also the location of Luljetta’s Place Hanging Gardens Spa and Garden Suites.
What to Expect at Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens Spa?
Day visit slots are from 9 AM-2 PM, afternoon visits from noon to 5 PM, and evening visits from 2 PM-7 PM on weekends only. Booked at Klook for a hassle-free booking – Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens Spa Experience in Antipolo.
The first thing we did when we arrived was explore the area. The facilities are well-maintained and clean. All the staff that we encountered were very accommodating. We visited on a weekday which was great because there were only 3 groups at the resort aside from us.
To enjoy the pool you need to change to swimwear and avoid denim so as to keep the water pristine. The views are stunning from the infinity pools or just any other overlooking part of the resort, you’ll get a fantastic background.
SECOND SWIMMING POOL
The place is cozy and I love the fragrance of scented oil everywhere. We love the scent of citronella wherever we go.
HYDRO – MASSAGE POOL
There were hydro pools but I wish the water current was stronger so it could massage more. The water in the pool is very cold even in day time.
The sound from their speakers… so relaxing. Also, be prepared, you need to walk a lot… up and down obviously. They also have a mini trek if you want to explore downward. It might be a struggle for seniors.
JACUZZI AND SAUNA
I loved the sauna and Jacuzzi but it was small.
The fish spa and zen spa are areas for pampering one’s feet. But prepared to be tickled as fish of different sizes will take a friendly chomp of the calluses on your feet. We loved the doctor fishes, the big ones are so ticklish.
If you get hungry, just head back up to the cafe overlooking the mountain range and get yourself a warm or cold glass of fresh lemongrass juice and a plate of “SUMAKA” – fried Suman with Ripe Mango bits, parts of Cashew, and Latik. This filling snack will definitely define delicious and trust me when I say you’ll get more lemongrass tea and SUMAKA. They are addicting and it’s included in your pass fee.
If you decide to stay overnight, just keep in mind that the rooms are very far from the hanging garden. So you might want to clarify how far your room is in doing reservations if you want to stay overnight.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay at Luljetta’s Hanging Garden & Spa. The price however for me is on the expensive side so I suggest you visit this place on a day tour only. Klook has a package for as low as 1,150 that already includes massage and use of their facilities. Overnight is definitely not worth it. To be honest it’s a bit pricey for us.Klook.com
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