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Angelica Panganiban's husband Gregg Homan owns a resort in Subic. Here are its features and rates

By NICK GARCIA Published Jan 10, 2024 6:10 pm

Did you know that Angelica Panganiban's non-showbiz husband Gregg Homan is a businessman?

The couple tied the knot in Los Angeles last Dec. 31. They met in 2020 when Angelica was filming for a teleserye in Subic, where Gregg lives—and co-owns a vessel company, Bay Marine Subic, and a resort, Mangrove Resort, with his family.

In no time, the warmest season of the year will arrive—and perhaps a break from the pressures of the city is what you would need. 

Mangrove Resort Subic, according to its website, is a “pocket of paradise” where guests can bask in “endless comfort.”

The resort, built in 2014, is located on Baloy Long Beach Road in Olongapo, Zambales, situated on a seaside cliff along the coastline of Subic Bay.

The resort said it can arrange pick-ups from Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Clark International Airport, Metro Manila, and other parts of Luzon.

Mangrove Resort is located along the coastline of Subic Bay. It prides itself as a "pocket of paradise."

Rooms and amenities

Most rooms at the resort can only be accessed via stairs. Its amenities include a semi-private balcony and private balcony in selected rooms, non-smoking rooms, safety box, Wi-Fi, complimentary toiletries, 42-inch flatscreen television, coffee and tea station, mini fridge, bottled water, blackout curtains, as well as beach towels and baskets.

The rooms’ nightly prices range from P3,100 (Standard King with one king bed for two) to P12,850 (Mangrove Suite with one king bed for two) per night. There are also rooms for small groups, ranging from P6,150 (Deluxe Triple with one king and one single bed for three people) to P10,850 (Family Poolside Suite with three king beds for six).

A look at the Executive King room for two

The property has access to the beach, free parking, and an outdoor swimming pool.

The resort's pool area


As for its food, Mangrove Resort Subic is offering Filipino, Indian, Thai, and American dishes. Proteins include chicken, pork, fish, and shrimp. The full menu can be accessed through this link.

The establishment also provides al fresco dining or room service from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Tapsilog by the beach, anyone?

You can watch the sunset by the resort’s waterfront restaurant.

The resort's waterfront restaurant


Mangrove Resort Hotel also has several water activities for guests, including:

  • Jetski – P4,000 per hour
  • Parasail P1,900 for a 10-minute airtime
  • Hover Board – P4,950 for a 20-minute ride
  • Flyboard – P4,950 for a 20-minute ride
  • Banana Boat – P1,400 for a 15-minute ride for four
  • Bandwagon P2,000 for a 15-minute ride for four
  • Dragon Boat – P1,400 for a 15-minute ride for four
  • U.F.O. – P2,000 for a 15-minute ride for four
A guest enjoys kayaking.

Guests may also avail of a complimentary use of the kayak or paddle board for an hour, subject to availability and reservation.