Find Out How to ‘Work by the Beach’ at This Zambales Resort

Find Out How to ‘Work by the Beach’ at This Resort in Zambales

Have you ever dreamt of opening your work laptop while basking in the beauty of the Philippines’ beaches? One resort in Zambales wants to make your dream come true by offering a “work by the beach” package! Yes, it is exactly what it sounds like: you rent a room near the beach on a monthly basis and set up your digital nomad life there. Common areas are equipped with Wi-Fi so you remain on the grid despite the camp-y set-up. With all the chaos in the city, we think getting closer to nature is the break we need without totally abandoning our need to grind.

Ready to pack up your bags? Here are all the things you need to know to work by the beach in Zambales!






What Packages are Available

The “Work by the Beach” promo is being offered by Crystal Beach Resort Zambales. According to the resort’s Facebook post on Jan. 16, 2022, this type of accommodation comes in six packages. The cheapest type goes for 14,400 per month good for one person, with a choice of Beach Cabin or Surfshack. The former is airconditioned, while the latter isn’t. Both have an electric water kettle, as well as access to Wi-Fi in common areas and toilet and bathroom for all guests. If you want your private bathroom, add P400 and you get the Standard King room with hot and cold shower. If you’ve been renting a condo space in Metro Manila, then you’d know that these rates are in the low- to mid-range of a typical unit in the city.

Crystal Beach Resort Work by the Beach
Photo by Facebook/Crystal Beach Resort Zambales

For pairs, there’s the Couple Room (P24,000), Deluxe Double (28,000), and Premier Queen (30,800), all of which come with a cable TV, hot and cold shower, working table, and a mini ref. Internet access is also limited to public areas.

Crystal Beach Resort Work by the Beach
Photo by Facebook/Crystal Beach Resort Zambales






COVID-19 Precaution

As an added precaution, Crystal Beach Resort Zambales re-cleans and disinfects the rooms once a week. They also require guests to bring their own utensils when using the common cooking area.

As of writing, Zambales is under Alert Level 3. Fully vaccinated travelers coming from areas under the same alert status are required to present a negative rapid antigen test (RAT) result taken 24 hours prior to their expected arrival. Travelers from the National Capital Region without a valid COVID-19 vaccine card are barred from entering the province. Meanwhile, unvaccinated travelers from Alert Levels 1 and 2 areas need to present a negative RT-PCR test result taken within the last 48 hours. Lastly, children aged 7 and below are not allowed to travel to Zambales.

If you’re qualified to go and are itching to break your life’s monotony, book your slots now. Follow safety precautions and keep your masks on!

For inquiries and reservations, call 0915-0087625 or 0939-2714279, or visit Crystal Beach Resort Zambales’ Facebook page.

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