Posted May 24, 2015
I was there for two weeks, and in the beginning of week two, the air conditioner crapped out. That was a real problem, because it was the only way to be comfortable at night. The bed was too firm, and too small for my frame, but I'm sure another person might find it perfect. The staff was really friendly and nice, but I had a local "guide" who spoke Tagalog, so there was no communication gap. The valves for the hot and cold water need to be replaced, they were very difficult to turn. And the parquet flooring needs some repairs. The refrigerator worked great! Water pressure was strong & reliable, kitchen necessities were complete. The windows didn't really close - that probably causes the electricity to be overused, and definitely makes it challenging when there are lots of sounds outside I'd prefer not to hear while trying to fall asleep.