Nestled on Antipolo’s hilltop, this hotel is just 5km from the Pinto Art Museum and the famous Hinulugang Taktak Falls.

Most rooms at Date and Dine Resort are air-conditioned, with themes ranging from tropical to safari and zen. Each room comes with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus tea and coffee makers. Kids aged 11 and under stay for no extra charge (1 child per room)!

Breakfast and parking are also complimentary for guests. Apart from that, bibliophiles can also make use of Date and Dine’s library and browse their wide selection of titles.

Another selling point of Date and Dine is their in-house restaurant which serves authentic Italian cuisine. Guests can enjoy their sumptuous servings of pasta and other Italian treats while dining al fresco overlooking Antipolo’s neighboring areas. (Tip: This is best done at night while overlooking the Metro Manila skyline.)

How to Get There

By Public Transportation: From EDSA Starmall or Araneta Cubao terminal, take any jeep or shuttle service going to Antipolo. From Antipolo proper, ask the tricycle drivers to take you to Beverly Hills Subdivision where Date and Dine Resort is located. (It’s not hard to find the subdivision as it is the oldest in Antipolo.)

By Private Transportation: If you have a private car, you can either go through Sumulong Highway (from EDSA heading to Marcos Highway) or to Ortigas Extension until you reach Beverly Hills Subdivision where Date and Dine Resort is located.