I purchased a voucher last December for a 2-day/1-night accommodation to be used in this hotel From April to August 2013.
The Hotel is no longer part of Tagaytay, but of a nearby town of Alfonso in Cavite. (The last town in Cavite en-route to Batangas). Although along the highway, access to the hotel is hard as you need to go through Buck Estate, then navigate through a quiet subdivision.
The rooms given to us is large but is quite dated. The room features include a built-in closet with cloth hangers, storage bin for your shoes and other compartments for your other stuff. There are plenty of storage spaces. However, there is no in-room safe.
The restroom is clean and you have access to hot and cold shower. Water pressure is acceptable. Also included in the rate is a toiletry set - two single use packs of soap and shampoo.
The room feature also include a counter with a sink, two tumblers, and an Ice bucket. There is a table and 2 chairs inside the room as well. The Balcony opens up to a majestic view of... another room's balcony and partial view of the hallway. The air conditioning unit is just appropriate for the room, though it takes quite a time for it to cool the entire room. The Cable TV's reception needs to be fixed. Yes, I know, you don't stay there to watch TV all day, but then again, it would be good to watch a good movie while dozing yourself to sleep.
Now, the bed. The sheets and linens are quite acceptable. The bed and pillows are not that hard nor soft - just right. Quality of sleep is ok (thinking that we are the only ones in that floor in that part of the hotel).
The breakfast choice is limited. One thing that I dislike about the breakfast is that you can only choose one drink - Either coffee or Juice and you do not have an option as they only serve one type of breakfast for everyone. If you would like to have a different meal. it will be billed on top of your standard expense.
Checkout, not as fast as other hotels. They need to check first if there is something missing from the room before they return your Php 1,000.00 deposit. Yes, there is a One Thousand Peso Safety Deposit upon checking in. It will be returned to you upon checking out.
Overall, I can say that this is an average hotel. For the price you paid for, you get your money's worth. Am I going to stay in this hotel again in the Future? Well, if I have a choice, I will look at hotels nearer to Tagaytay before finally choosing this hotel.
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