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Al Fresco At Puerto Del Sol

Puerto Del Sol is one of the most picturesque resort that I've been to. This resort is located in Bolinao, Pangasinan. We happen to be here because Baguio was super crowded and Little Bear wants to go swimming. You can read about our Day 1 in Puerto Del Sol here and Day 2 in Puerto Del Sol here

We were quite famished when we arrive because we didn't eat lunch along the way thinking that Bolinao was just two hours away from Baguio. After freshening up which includes the kids jumping in the pool, we adults proceeded to the Al Fresco Restaurant of the resort. And I immediately fell in love with the charming water container. 

The restaurant has the best view of the West Philippine Sea. Actually, I think that its best to have a hammock here than tables and chairs so that one can doze off after having a meal. ;)

The photo above was taken the following morning, hence, the low tide. 

We ordered Bihon Guisado, Chicken Inasal, Lumpiang Shanghai and Mango Crepe for our snacks. 


Food is okay. Nothing memorable except the excellent view of the sea especially during the sunset.


Bringing of food is not allowed in Puerto Del Sol so you may have to spend for snacks, lunch and dinner. Breakfast buffet is already included in the rooms though.


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  1. ganda ng place :)

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  2. Yes, the place is really beautiful. We have so many nice places in the Philippines :)

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  3. Hi, I just want to know if they are strict with number of persons in a room or they are lenient? We booked 1 room & there will be 3 adults & 1 toddler.

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    1. Not that strict naman. But you still have to pay per head for the buffet. BTW, if you wish to use the kayak, better do it after checking in or before the sunset because its lowtide in the morning

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    1. Hi Oyette,

      No, they don't check luggages naman.. we also brought in some cookies and chips although we were careful to eat them inside the rooms only :)

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  5. Thank you so much for your reply! :)

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