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Guest Rooms

We are a house of stories. Modern nostalgia is how we describe the décor at Casa San Pablo. Our rooms are designed to inspire you to look at old things in a fresh new way, hopefully tapping into a creative side of you that longs to tell your own story, too.

Room 1

Located on the first floor in the southwest end of the main casa, this is a bedroom for two. It has its own private deck with a view of pocket gardens. Huge capiz windows look out to the verandah of the main dining hall and on to the pine tree garden. There is a connecting door to Room 2 for families who want to have adjoining rooms.

Room 2

This room houses our collection of miniature cars. A little less than a hundred Hot Wheels cars are encased in collectors’ boxes that double up as side tables and works of art on the walls. The room has a cozy loft for two. Huge capiz windows look out to the pine tree garden and to a loose stone pathway.

Room 3

Located on the first floor in the southeast wing of the building, this cozy room has magenta walls that embrace and cocoon guests. It opens to a covered deck with an intimate sitting area for those late night conversations or early morning coffee sit-ins. The deck overlooks a bamboo garden. There is a connecting door to Room 4 for families who want to have adjoining rooms.

Room 4

Located on the first floor in the northeast end of the building, this room is named after the birdhouse and birdcage collection that it contains. It has an outdoor deck. It also has a huge capiz window, which looks out to a honeysuckle trellis. There is a connecting door to Room 3 for families who want to have adjoining rooms.

Room 5

Our Room Two has been a favorite request of our guests because of its Hot Wheels cars theme. But since it is a room meant for families, couples are not usually able to get this room. Now we have a couple’s room with a Hot Wheels theme. Located on the second floor in the southeast end of the building, the room has a foyer which gives it some privacy.

Room 6

Located on the second floor in the northeast end of the building, this room is large enough for a family. It has a loft, which kids love to stay in. On the main level, there are two double deck beds. The room opens to an outdoor deck which is ideal for moon gazing and for shooting the afternoon breeze.

Room 7

Located on the second floor in the southeast wing of the building, this room is of an intimate size, ideal for solo occupant or for couples. The bed is a bit smaller than a twin size bed. It also has a writing desk. A quaint screened balcony overlooks the main pavilion and the pathways to the Casa.

Room 8

Located on the ground floor, this long room is made festive by red–framed glass windows that look out to the garden outside. It is ideal for friends who want to spend time to catch up on each other. Pen and ink drawings line a wall leading up to the toilet and bath.

Room 9

Located on the ground floor, this room is ideal for a couple looking for some private time. An abstract oil painting by Reb Belleza puts a compelling accent to the room, while on an adjacent wall an oil painting on burlap by Ricky Ambangan presents a market day.  Twin vintage beds make for two singles or one twin-sharing bed. The room opens to a private porch.

Room 10

Located on the ground floor, this spacious room is ideal for a family or a group. The high ceilings and large windows of this room make it very bright and cheerful. It has a queen size bed and two single beds. A thought provoking oil painting by Ranelle Dial, called ‘Deserted II’ catches one’s attention as you enter the room.On an adjacent wall, an oil on canvas painting by E.J.

Room 11

Located on the second floor, this is the largest suite in the casa. It has a spacious first level, which opens up to a screened-in porch plus a large loft. The mint green-framed windows give the room a cheerful feel.  The single beds on the first level can be converted to double-deck beds. The beds on the loft are floor beds.

Room 12

This stand-alone casita is our most romantic suite. A large oil painting of Casa San Pablo’s pavilion by Malyn Banayog welcomes guests to the room. Two sets of sliding glass doors open to a great view of our palm garden. The spacious room has a large bed, a small day bed, as well as a cozy sitting area. Nude charcoal drawings by members of the Saturday Group adorn one wall.

Room 14

Located on the second floor, above the main dining hall, the large dorm room can accommodate eighteen guests in bunk beds. The high ceiling makes the room feel spacious despite the number of people. It has glass doors with a view of the garden outside and a wrap-around porch where people can relax and mingle.

Room 15

Located on the second floor, above the main dining hall, the large dorm room can accommodate eighteen guests in bunk beds. The high ceiling makes the room feel spacious despite the number of people. It has glass doors with a view of the garden outside and a wrap-around porch where people can relax and mingle.

Room 16

Located at the far end of the property, this long room is far from the common areas of the casa. It has double sliding doors that open almost the entire stretch of the room to the outdoors. Huge museum posters give character to the room and a small round table creates a cozy setting area.

Room 17

THIS LARGE room is perfect for families or a group of friends. The big windows have a good view of the garden.

  • Six single beds; or six double deck beds
  • Air-conditioned
  • Two toilets & two shower areas with hot water
  • TV

Room 18

Located at the ground floor, this room is one of the favorites in the Casa. It has two levels plus a screened-in porch area ideal for gatherings. The first level has a queen-size bed, above it hang avant garde posters by J.P. Cuison and a lightbox painting by Robert Langenegger. Leading up to the cozy loft, there are photographs taken by Jo Avila. On the porch, a barber’s chair holds court.