Club Manila East Taytay


Meet Club Manila East

Club Manila East (CME) is the premier getaway destination in the heart of the municipality of Taytay. It has been a favorite among families, couples, companies, businessmen, balik-bayans, barkadas, and any individual seeking a unique, fun-filled experience.


The resort-hotel started off in 1999 with the Funtasy Lagoon, a 9,100 square gigantic pool for the adventurous guests, jazzed up with waterfalls, kayaks and surfbikes (water bicycles). The lagoon, which was a scaled down model of Laguna de Bay, hosted a kiddie pool and two adult pools: a sun-screened pool and another with a three-looped, 30-ft high slide. The surrounding day-tour cabanas, good for up to 20 persons and complete with shower and bath are named after the surrounding towns of Laguna de Bay.


Few years after, two other water attractions were added: the 25-meter Lap Pool and the bean pool. The 25-meter Lap Pool is aptly used for swimming lessons and other water sports training.


In 2007, CME launched its first wave pool: the BeachWaves. The 19,000 square feet wavepool generates waves of eight (8) different patterns and up to a maximum height of four (4) feet. From its launch, BeachWaves has had a steady growing fan base from guests who have experienced its powerful waves. Presently, the BeachWaves is the venue for the surfing lessons held everyday for kids and adults wanting to learn the sport.


In 2008, CME introduced its guests to Buzzy River: a 600-foot stream of gently flowing water across 16,000 square feet of land. Guests can nonchalantly float on the rubber tubes passing through waterfalls and bridges of the man-made river.


In 2009, CME broke records with the launching of the OceanWaves, the biggest wave pool in the country. On top of having a pool area of more than 10 basketball courts combined, OceanWaves has also made its mark being the first surfing pool in the country with the most powerful waves of up to 1.5meters high.


In 2011, CME welcomed the peak summer season with the introduction of CME FLY, the newest and only high-flying attraction in the resort. Stretching from the OceanWaves down to the Giant Slide, the 6-floor high, 360-meter long zipline promises to take its guests to an adrenaline level they have never imagined.


The latest addition to the facilities of CME is the Beach Volleyball court. With fine sand, score boards and referee stand enthusiasts need not go up north of Luzon or travel down to Visayas just to play the sport.




To date, forty (40) Doña Luz Hillsview Villas provide groups like families and barkadas affordable accommodations as they spend recreational bonding time together.  Each of the villas is furnished with two (2) single-beds, a sofa bed, hot and cold shower, bathtub, a mini-bar, and a dining area.


Thirty (30) Don Renato Garden Villas provide a perfect retreat for couples who want some quiet moments alone to rekindle that old spark in their marriage. The villas’ rooms are available with one matrimonial bed or two single beds, a dining area, hot and cold shower, a huge mirror by the bed, and an outdoor mini pool.


The Doña Remedios Social Hall can accommodate up to a maximum of one thousand (1,000) guests.  It is equipped with a multi-media projector, white-screen, white board, and sound system.  The Doña Remedios Social Hall is perfect for seminars, conferences, wedding receptions and other big indoor occasions.




The Doña Nelia restaurant serves a wide range of Filipino and continental dishes at very affordable prices, serving everyone from anywhere in the resort whether in a cabana or in their room. The famed Club Manila East Clubhouse sandwich with lettuce, scrambled eggs, ham, with tomato toppings and special dressing served with french fries on the side is the restaurant best-seller.