Our group of 35 went there for a sunday day trip. The resort was fully booked for the weekend. But since it was a sunday, there were a lot of rooms whose guests have checked out that allowed us to look and compare the two rooms. The smaller rooms is rectangular in shape, thus the distance from the bed to the TV is quite far, making the TV screen view very small. They have sofa chairs at the foot of the bed to allow a closer view of the tv. Bathroom is ok, with shower enclosure. The bigger room (suite) is more squarish in shape, has a bigger tv, and a bathtub.
The different pools are just pools, with the deepest at 5ft, and several that are kiddie pools. One pool has those mushroom shaped waterfalls for kids, one that is a waterfall that is surrounded by what looked like a lazy river design but without water movement. By 230pm, the pool water started to become cloudy. I swam in 3 of the pools with my goggles, and all three had the same cloudiness. The blue grass garden around the pool were well trimmed, but the palm trees were sparse and did not provide shade for the hot sun.
The alfresco dining area is hot and humid, even with the various electric fans. It is better to eat at the airconditioned dining room located beside the hotel check in lobby, which also allows you to avoid all the flies that surround you at the alfresco area. The menu is the same if you dine indoors and outdoors. Food prices are good, a good meal can be had for up to 250 pesos per person. The restaurant staff struggles with a big group, as stated by one review here, and as witnessed by our group. We placed our orders well ahead of time, before 1030am, but by 12, the food was coming out of the kitchen one at a time. They even forgot someone's orders. Ordering in a small group would not be as problematic, I would assume. Even our billing got topsy turvy.
We also had a tour of the facilities. The guide was good in providing an explanation, but it would be better if they put signs on the different plants in their organic garden, and a description of the bees at their bee station. The monkey and bulldog were truly friendly. The horses were real thoroughbreds, said to be arabian type.