PREMIUM CASAS

CASA BONITA

Spacious studio-type with chic bed and bath and two separate bathtubs. Perfect for a romantic getaway.

CASA BYZANTINA

Used to stand tall along the streets of Binondo in Manila, Casa Byzantina, or referred to as “bahay na bato” during its time, is Las Casas’ most luxurious six-bedroom accommodation complete with luxurious amenities, 24/7 butler service, and free cocktails.

CASA ESQUINA

Spanish royalty living fills your senses from intricately-designed interiors to elaborate features that include an old-world inspired bathing area.

CASA LA DRILLO

One of the striking archival houses and notable as the only brick house in Estero de Binondo with European-inspired architecture.

CASA LEMERY

An artistic casa notable for its unique columns shaped in the form of women called caryatids.

CASA SAN LUIS

Originally located in Pulilan, Bulacan, then dismantled and brought to San Luis, Pampanga. Rebuilt in Las Casas, the casa accommodates up to 22 guests.

CASA TERRAZA

Quaint and lovely home for two guests with a terrace overlooking the beachfront. four-poster bed and romantic draperies.

CASA TUGUEGARAO

With a breathtaking view of the Umagol River, the six-bedroom casa accommodates sixteen guests.

La Ribera 1

Situated in an exclusive area within the rows of Accesoria, the casa features a Roman bath-like pool, with a riverside view called Estero de Binondo.

ISLAND 2

CASA BALANGA

Nestled in a semi-exclusive island, the casa features a private promenade and bougainvillea trellis.

CASA GAPAN

Nestled on semi-exclusive island in Las Casas, the five-room casa has commanding views of the Umagol River.

CASA IROSIN

In a spectacular semi-exclusive island, cut from the rest of the heritage property, the four-bedroom casa offers stunning views of the lake and the mountains.

ISLAND 3

CASA BALAYAN I

With a great view of the surroundings, and an open space below the casa. Casa Balayan I is perfect for outdoor dining and reunion of family and friends.

CASA BALAYAN II

Built in the early 1800s, Casa Balayan II weaves the union between hispanic and oriental architecture.

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