(Note we stayed in the rainy season, so we did not see the resort when busy or crowded with day visitors).
Creative, attractive architecture for the various mini-hotels in the loop overlooking the awesome view of the hillside and down to the plain of central Luzon, with spectacular views everywhere. Several awesome pools different styles, all in good condition, clean and really nice.
The rooms are spacious and modern. (They look just like the pics in Expedia). Beds super comfortable - surprisingly full spring mattresses rather than foam, with crisp sheets and a comforter.
Strangely, the beds are dbl size but could easily be queen - there is plenty of room in the room
Bathroom ok with hot water. Each hotel building has a covered rooftop, where breakfast was served.
Food was quite good and not expensive. Mix of foods is available, both from Tamara cafe and the adventure park cafe. Breakfast is just simple Filipino plate.
Thoughts - sad to say, these attractive facilities are slowly degenerating due to maintenance, limited cleaning and given also the tough climate. Some building debris seems like it was never cleared away. As usual missing fixtures etc outside. Likewise, bathroom was dirty in the corners and crevices, this could easily be fixed with some training.