Subic Bay Yacht Club Staycation (2023)

Subic Bay Yacht Club is a landmark establishment in Subic that is worth the drive. Our last visit was when it was being renovated, and we were glad to see that they have finished replacing all the carpets with tiles and are continuing to restore it to its former glory.

Every long weekend in August, which includes National Heroes Day, Subic Bay Yacht Club hosts an F&B Talk (now in its second year) to inspire the next generation of hospitality professionals. They also organize a food festival for Sunday brunch (now in its third year) with varying themes.

Here is an updated guide for your next staycation at Subic Bay Yacht Club:

📍Rizal Highway cor. Burgos St., Subic Bay Freeport Zone
☎️ +63 (47) 252-5211 | +632 8844-5777
📞 Front Office | +63 917-626-8149
📞 Sales and Marketing | +63 917-554-6411
IG: @sbyachtclub
♾️: Subic Bay Yacht Club Inc.


Subic Bay Yacht Club is known for its 39 spacious and elegantly designed suite rooms, each with a balcony and stunning views of the bay.

The comfortable beds with blackout curtains will help you get a good night’s sleep and the lighting create a romantic atmosphere for your staycation.

The living and dining area is spacious and can be converted into a sleeping area for the kids.

The restroom is well-maintained and spacious with a jacuzzi tub, jet showers and toilet area.

Wake up to the sight of beautiful yachts every morning when you stay in a suite with a view.

A yacht cruise in Subic is a must-do for any visitor. Wear white to blend in with the scenery.

Our favorite place is Mistral Videoke, a private dining area where we can sing our hearts out with our friends.

A staycation with the kids is not complete without a swimming session with a resort-like feel.


It’s been an honor to be part of these awesome speakers for the F&B Talk usually held on the Saturday morning feat. distinguished chefs and food entrepreneurs:

Chef Waya Araos-Wijangco, Gypsy Baguio
Chef Jay Jay Sycip, The Fatted Calf
Chef Rhea Sycip, Flour Pot
Chef Richard Ramos, Eurobake
Ms. Jenni Jutare, Regions Coffee

Thank you Subic Bay Yatch Club for initiating and inspiring the next generation of Hoteliers and Hospitality Professionals.

The saying “You are what you eat” has been around for centuries. It is a reminder that the food we consume has a powerful impact on our health and well-being. But in today’s digital age, our culture is no longer influenced by food alone. The way that we present and share our food experiences online is also becoming increasingly important.

The food that we post and share online can tell people a lot about us and our culture. It can reveal our interests, our values, and our lifestyle. It can also influence the way that others see us.

When in Subic, always start Sunday mornings with a beautiful Mass at San Roque Parish. We attend the 9am Mass to give thanks and worship before heading to the food fest.

The Bayanihan Food Festival at the Subic Bay Yacht Club honors our heroes through the food they loved, interpreted by Chef Topher Dumo. This is the SBYC’s third food festival, and it usually happens on a Sunday lunch before National Heroes Day (which is the last Monday of August).

The festival features six stations that highlight the food of our heroes: Jose Rizal, President Emilio Aguinaldo, Gregorio del Pilar, Andres Bonifacio, Diego and Gabriela Silang, Apolinario Mabini and General Antonio Luna. As well as four additional stations inspired by Filipino traditions: Sawsawan (dips), Bahay Kubo vegetables and Pambansang frutas.

Our favorites in the buffet include lengua (beef tongue), callos (tripe stew), lechon baka (roasted beef), and halo-halo plus Biko.


Overall, we had an amazing time at Subic Bay Yacht Club. The rooms have been renovated and are well-maintained, with less odor. The Filipino food is also a lot better now, thanks to Chef Topher Dumo, who also demonstrated his cooking skills at the Bayani Food Fest. We highly recommend going with family and friends to enjoy the Subic Bay Yacht Cruise and have a karaoke session together.

Remember, all roads lead to Subic Bay Yacht Club during the National Heroes Day weekend.

Congrats to Alma Trajano and Subic Bay Yacht Club team for an awesome weekend experience!

📍Rizal Highway cor. Burgos St., Subic Bay Freeport Zone
☎️ +63 (47) 252-5211 | +632 8844-5777
📞 Front Office | +63 917-626-8149
📞 Sales and Marketing | +63 917-554-6411
IG: @sbyachtclub
♾️: Subic Bay Yacht Club Inc.

Live an Awesome Life with Christ,

Founder & Digital Creator, Our Awesome Planet

Disclosure: I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights.

P.S. The gas prices in Subic are now higher than before. Here are additional Subic tips:

Sakura Japanese Restaurant is the go-to place for Japanese food in Subic. Thank you Chef Jayjay & Rhea Sycip for this tip!

I love their ramen, beef teriyaki, makis, and katsu curry. I recently ate at their new restaurant beside the original, and it was great! The private tables were cozy and perfect for a small group.

Be sure to check out Royal Duty Free Subic for great deals on food and groceries.

The Lacoste store is still there and cheaper to buy here.

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