Approximately 10 kms from Alaminos City is found a weekend destination that has been largely over-looked until recently.
We both found the grounds and Rosary Garden to be so peaceful and the church respectfully quiet (that was before the crowds arrived).
The first time we visited this lighthouse was in 2016 and we were able to climb the lighthouse to the top (great view). This last time we were dissappointed
hen I was first told about Enchanted Cave I thought it was just going to be like Sumaguing Cave of Sagada… I was pleasantly surprised to find out I was wrong.
The Summit has a great location along the Summit Ridge Promenade. Situated close to some great restobars like Gerry’s, Starbucks and Josephine’s and various other “eat all you can” restaurants…
Definitely not a boring hotel. This hotel, in our opinion, is underrated. While the location maybe away from Tagaytay proper and you don’t have a Taal view, the serenity and activities that you can do in this hotel make everything so worth it.
Destination spas aren’t a common thing in the Philippines. It is so easy to get a massage at home, it is just a text message away or a short drive to the mall. This Spa and Bathhouse might just change that…
We stayed in the standard room, which was located in a cramped U-shaped cluster of 8 rooms. The room was a little small and smelled like old carpet. The room was so small the door of the single wardrobe