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Reviewed July 31, 2006

My husband and I had just gotten back from an overnight affair at the Country Suites Discovery Tagaytay. The place is awesome! Everything about it speaks of class. High-class. We stayed at their biggest room called Oxford, which is about 73 sqm of space (yes, a lot of space), and had a grand time.

The room had a spectacular view. There was a huge bed, and a huge sitting area with two couches facing each other in front of a fireplace (fireplaces are always good). They have all the amenities you could think of and more, like milk and cookies at 9PM, and wine and cheese served when you want it (part of the package I believe). The room had a desk (perfect for those who can't help but bring some work even while vacationing), a 29-inch cable TV, and a fridge. There is airconditioning, which is really optional since Tagaytay's weather is always cool, to the point of being foggy at times, especially when it's raining (so romantic!). The room had huge beams that look sturdy and classy, and the lighting is very dramatic.

Now here's the best part. Oxford had a huge and tasteful bathroom. Two people can easily fit in the tub which had a view of some trees and grass and everything green and the highway(the suites is by the highway but had good parking space). The closets are roomy. There was provision for ironing clothes, and you can have your shoes polished for free. There is a digital safe and a hair dryer. Of course, the wash basins and toilets are his and hers. Oh and I love the thick white towels! They felt so warm on the body. Their basket of toiletry goodies even had a razor and loofah sponge, stuff you won't easily find in other hotels. Their room slippers are much thicker than the almost-paper-like slippers from other hotels. I wasn't too happy with the bath robe, though, but that's just a small thing compared to the many great things that they offer.

Country Suites Discovery Tagaytay has its own restaurant called Verbena. Man, their menu is impressive! While waiting for dinner to be served, my husband went to the beautiful white kitchen to chat with the staff, who, by the way, all speak English and very fluently at that! Even the waiter who served us was impressive at how thoroughly he knew the menu and how he explained them in English. =) I had lamb baby back ribs with corn-and-cheese fries called polenta. Yummy! Water was served in blown-glass (i'm not sure how to put that. hehe). Verbena Restaurant is definitely romantic. In fact, if you are thinking twice about staying there because indeed their rates are, whew!... you can just take your loved one to dinner there. The ambience is great and you will be taken cared of very well.

Country Suites Discovery Tagaytay, we were told, is family-owned. It has about only 7 or 8 rooms, so the service you get is really personalized. Each room has a theme, one Japanese, one Thai, etc. Oxford, the room we stayed in, is very country. The rooms (I think there were three) on the lower floors may not have as spectacular a view as ours, but they open up to a beautiful garden and there is a heated pool (not too big but good enough to relax in).

I really had a wonderful time at Country Suites. It is now officially one of my favorites. I have to warn you though, other reviews you might have read about it are true, they are pricey. Oxford cost PhP15,000 (about USD285 to USD290) a night. Other rooms cost PhP10,000 (about USD190) and PhP11,000 (about USD210). We had stayed at the Westin before and I think it only cost us about PhP7,000 (about USD135) a night. So Country Suites is really way up there. But man, for all the class and service you get, I say it's worth it.

If you're from Country Suites and reading this, we are the Marquez's. Thanks for everything. =)

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Reviewed November 15, 2013
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