I brought the family over for a weekend stay. We had a 2 bedroom suite and the kids enjoyed it. The rooms were comfortable with a large LCD TV in the living room. There was a stove, microwave oven and complete kitchen utensils. The beds were soft but firm and the rooms were clean. However the 1 bathroom got quite loaded. It would have been nice to have a separate entrance for the shower and the toilet. Also in typical Gokongwei (the owner) there was only one roll of toilet paper and rationed toilet supplies so we ran out.
The restaurant is run by C2 that's why the breakfast was a surprise. There was cold continental cuisine (cereal, variety of breads, pastries, jams) but the warm food was only Filipino. I was surprised to find adobo (stewed marinated pork and chicken) for breakfast. the faux ham with pineapple was depressing. Egg station was good. Waiters still have to learn a bit since they only gave fork and spoons, but no knives. Also slow serving coffee and water. I would give the restaurant a miss and eat at Starbuck's next door and go to Pepper Steak for dinner. Even Gilligan's is better. Also the pool is not heated so with Tagaytay's 23C weather brrrr.
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