Shakeys Holds Manager’s Training at Casa San Pablo
Sykes Asia Goes Team-building at Casa San Pablo
Special Discounts on Conference Packages
Casa San Pablo Meeting Facilities
WEDDING INSPIRATIONS: Ryan and Christine's Wedding
Blue And White Wedding
Bountiful Wedding
Hacienda Wedding
Dining Hall Reception
Garden Reception
Pavilion Reception
Bed And Breakfast
Romantic Stay
Family & Balikbayan Escape


Finale Art Gallery Founder Evita Sarenas Visits Casa San Pablo


FINALE ART GALLERY founder and managing director Ms. Evita Sarenas graced us with a visit last May 1-2, 2014. Ms. Sarenas has been around the art gallery industry for many decades and was undoubtedly instrumental in keeping the vibrancy of the Philippine art scene.

Solar News Channel’s “Something to Chew On” Visits Casa San Pablo for Native Cooking Tour


SOLAR NEWS CHANNEL'S "SOMETHING TO CHEW ON" scooped on scrumptious San Pablo native cuisines during its recent visit to Casa San Pablo last June 6-7, 2014. Led by its amiable host Xandra Rocha, the food travelogue show’s whole crew was warmly welcomed and entertained by our innkeeper An Mercado-Alcantara.

A Relaxing Weekend at Casa San Pablo


It’s really nice to know what people say about us. While for the most part it’s flattering, reading about their memorable experiences at Casa San Pablo actually inspires and challenges us to keep on doing what we do best. We’ll be posting more in the coming weeks.

Lucban-bound Kamay ni Hesus Pilgrims Stay at Casa San Pablo


A FEW YEARS AGO, SOME REAL SPIRITUAL PILGRIMS started showing up to our door—all devotees of Rev. Fr. Joey Ayala Faller, the famous healing priest of the Kamay ni Hesus Healing Churchon the slopes of Mt. Banahaw in Lucban, Quezon.

Casa San Pablo for My SM, My City, My Cuisine


CASA SAN PABLO was selected to be a presenter of the best native kakanin in San Pablo for the launch of the groundbreaking culinary book My SM, My City, My Cuisine. We set out a mini version of our interactive coconut cooking tour to delight vising SM executives as well as hometown guests.

MOTHER'S DAY WEEKEND: Treat Your Mom to Lunch or Dinner at Casa San Pablo


MOTHER'S DAY IS COMING sooner than you think. And if you're not cooking for her on that day, you better find somewhere special to take her. We suggest taking her away from the city crowd and the long lines at the buffet. Bring her to Casa San Pablo for a quiet lunch or dinner in a rustic, laid back setting she will just love. We have a special menu for this Mother's Day Weekend:

MOTHER'S DAY WEEKEND: 20% Off on Mother’s Getaway Stay at Casa San Pablo


WE’VE BEEN PREPPING UP some special treats for moms on Mother's Day, and if you think flowers, greeting cards, and the usual fab gifts won't cut it anymore for this year, why not whisk your mom to a special weekend getaway at Casa San Pablo. The usual gifts are great, but you can actually make it a more special family treat.

Casa San Pablo Welcomes Pahiyas Festival-goers


PAHIYAS FESTIVAL ON MAY 15 DRAWS CLOSER, we’re already thrilled to welcome guests who want to jazz up their Lucban excursion with a comfortable stopover at Casa San Pablo.

Expat Kids Try Out Trad Pinoy Games at Casa San Pablo


“Awesome,” exclaims the beaming Tammy as she strode off for a shade at our pine-tree laden, manicured lawn. “Just awesome,” she repeats; her hand wiping off beads of sweat lined up her brows.

“Small Town, Big Tourism” a Key Message on Casa San Pablo's Teaching Module for Tourism


“SMALL TOWN, BIG TOURISM—this is the trend today,” says our innkeeper An Mercado-Alcantara during her lecture on sustainable tourism to more than a hundred tourism students from the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management of the University of the Cordilleras.

Casa San Pablo Clay Workshop as Teaching Module for Tourism


INTERACTING WITH LOCAL ARTISANS is a an example of authentic tourism, a current trend in sustainable tourism. This was a highlight of the Sustainable Tourism module prepared by Casa San Pablo for the tourism students of the University of the Cordillera.

University of Cordilleras Holds Laguna Experiential Learning Tour at Casa San Pablo


WE HAD A GREAT time hosting 115 students from the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management of the University of Cordilleras last March 20, 2014. We treated them to fun-filled and informative activities.