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Reviewed August 26, 2011

Stayed there with my Mom, sisters and brother in law. The resort seemed nice especially their gardens and swimming pool area. However, shortly after we arrived it rained really hard and we couldn't get out to enjoy the scenery.First, the reception area was pretty far from the bungalows and that time, no caretaker assisted us to go to the casitas. We needed to drive around to find our way. Apparently, the caretaker was on break and was nowhere to be found. We did manage to find the casita and after our driver dropped us off and went back to Manila we took a nap because the weather made us tired and sleepy. The rain ruined everything for us. Too bad because it was a nice garden resort and would have been fun to walk around to explore the facilities. We had planned a lovely spa get-away that night because they had a Balinese spa. So, we had to walk through 30 meters of grass with puddles to reach the spa only to find out that the spa was closed. The friendly spa attendant did manage to arrange room service massage in one of the family rooms near our casita.

After our massage, we rented their karaoke machine and spent the night singing to our heart's desires. We were the only guests so we did not disturb anybody with our singing =) They gave us a discountafter e prodded them to lower the price (P1,000 for rental) but it was still a bit pricey. Nonetheless, we had a great time singing. There was also a billiard table so we played pool while some of us sang.

The guest rooms (we got 2 rooms) were adequate and well appointed. The beds were big and comfy, with comfortable linens and soft pillows. The A/C was cool and makes for relaxing slumber. I didn't like that they didn't have television inside the room or internet access. So we just read our books and dozed off before 12MN.

The sun was up the following day and it made up for the terrible weather the previous night. We had lots of fun touring the place. Their staff, although very few, were cordial and friendly. They had a huge swimming pool that looked so inviting but we didn't swim there on the first day since it was raining so hard and there was a thunderstorm, we were afraid. We never got the chance to try their pool since we had to leave early for Manila but judging from the happy laughter from the Korean kids in the pool I'd say the water was perfect. Their garden is lush with beautiful ornamental plants, manicured lawns and wonderful landscaping. We took lots of photos and was even glad to visit their 'museum' like multi-purpose hall with fabulus antiques for sale.

I wish we could go back there again, but hopefully the weather will cooperate. Another plus factor is if they have TV and internet access in the room. My sister liked the place except she didn't like the smell of the manure fertilizers they used in their garden, she thought they smelled gross LOL. But the garden is the highlight. I'm not much into gardening but i really appreciated the flora and fauna. The architecture of the casitas and other buildings in the compound was also beautiful.

Date of stay: September 2010
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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