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Overnight stay at "The Peak" in the Canyon Woods Resort Club.
Pro: Breath-taking view of Taal lake/volcano at the Clubhouse Cafe and Dining Hall.
Con: Free moderately-strong Wi-Fi connection available only in the lobby.
This is the worst experience I ever had. After we got inside our room, at first we are amazed by how big the room is. But after checking the bed sheets, all the sheets are dirty and we are sure that it's the same bed...More
Stayed here for two nights last October 2017. From Manila, it will take you 3-4 hours travel since Diokno H-way is closed. You have to choose the alternate route going to Tagaytay or the one in Lemery, Batangas.
Here are my experiences during our stay.....More
Rented a house in Canyon Woods, good for 3-4 small families. We brought our own food to cook. The care taker was very helpful and accommodating.
It was too cold to use the outdoor pool in the clubhouse so we tried the indoor pool. It...More
Rooms are huge. Perfect for families. Staff are friendly and accommodating. Food is acceptable but if you prefer ordering ala carte instead of their buffet, prepare to wait a long time. Game room activities are overpriced.
Neighborhood is great. Quiet and relaxing.
All in all,...More
US$65 - US$154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from jennifer2016335 | Reviewed this property |
The hotel is isolated and far from the main road. The best way to get around is to rent a car or have your own private vehicle. Restaurant bars is quite far and the hotel is a little bit quiet and their restaurant closes... More
The hotel is isolated and far from the main road. The best way to get around is to rent a car or have your own private vehicle. Restaurant bars is quite far and the hotel is a little bit quiet and their restaurant closes early and room services is not even open 24 hours.
I am not sure if they have servant quarters. Most probably they do but it's better to contact the hotel directly. There are many sport facilities within the resort, including a nine hole golf course (free of green fee for... More
I am not sure if they have servant quarters. Most probably they do but it's better to contact the hotel directly. There are many sport facilities within the resort, including a nine hole golf course (free of green fee for hotel guests). There are also sight seeing places (of Taal lake), shopping areas and restaurants nearby, including a popular restaurant, Antonio's Breakfast. I am not exactly sure if the resort offers certain kinds of classes, most probably they do have yoga classes at the sport club. cheers,
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"Any room because they have a big room. But before you settle in, check the bed sheets and the bathroom first."