If you’re an Ilonggo and you hear the word “Tatoy,” the first thing that comes to mind is “Native Lechon Manok.” From one humble hut, Tatoy’s has now developed into well-respected and most visited eating place with more spacious venues to accommodate different personalities and various types of events. They have bigger huts facing the beach suited for groups of friends, co-workers or families who want to have their own privacy.

Four decades after its establishment, Tatoy’s now has something new to offer. It recently opened a resort. The place is just within the Tatoy’s restaurant complex. At the back of their main pavilion, lies the new feather on Mang Tatoy’s cap.


As of now, the resort doesn’t accommodate overnight customers. The place only has a pool and cabanas and a function room with the view of the pool resort.


Here are the rates:

–          Free Entrance

–          Weekdays (Mon-Thurs) Php 250 for swimming *with Jacuzzi Php 250

–          Weekends (Fri-Sun) Php 250 for swimming *with Jacuzzi Php 300