About Casa Leonida Resort

A perfect treat for the entire family, friends and colleagues… Your relaxing weekend getaway… A home away from home…

Casa Leonida is a welcome respite where you can recharge after a tiring week. Located at the foot of Mount Makiling and adjacent to the scenic  Laguna de bay , Case Leonida is just a short 45 minute-drive from Manila via South Luzon Expressway.

Complete with the following amenities:


• Two hot spring water pools for adults and kids
• Two poolside shower rooms and four comfort rooms
• Three air-conditioned bedrooms – each with two queen sized beds
• Billiard table and Videoke
• Kitchen and bar with refrigerator.
• Gas stove with LPG
• Grill
•Complete cooking and kitchen utensils
• Miniral water with dispenser (hot & Cold)
• Videoke.
• Billard Table.

Feel the cozy atmosphere reminiscent of the home. Enjoy every moment as you renew ties with friends and loved ones.

History


Casa Leonida, named after a loving and caring mother, is a beautiful, relaxing getaway…a home away from home….a perfect treat for the entire family, friends and colleagues.

It is situated in the centre of Pansol, Laguna, set in peaceful surroundings of the enchanting Mount Makiling and adjacent to the scenic Laguna de Bay; just a short 45-minute drive from Manila.

Accommodation comprises a spacious living and dining area and a well equipped kitchen.  There are three airconditioned bedrooms, provided with linen and towels, with separate bath/shower rooms for men and ladies.   Outdoor is a large private pool for adults and another one for kids surrounded with landscaped gardens.  Billiards table and videoke are available for entertainment.

Enjoy every moment as you renew ties with friends and loved ones.

The Hotspring


Los Baños which means bathing places in  Spanish, is a well-known tourist destination for hot spring resorts and are frequent weekend or summer getaways for residents of the vast metropolis and tourists from other places in the Philippines and abroad.

Tourists who visit Los Baños also come to the several native delicacies stores in the town to buy the town’s famous Buko pie (coconut meat pie).