Their food menu is varied. Lunch (1 spaghetti aglio-olio, 1 pork adobo, 1 fried calamari, 1 Coca Cola from a glass bottle, 700 pesos) was good. The room rate includes free breakfast. 4 choices, we tried the Pancake and Continental. Both were served with 3 in 1 instant coffee (brewed coffee extra ). The breakfasts were just pancakes and just bread slices, not satisfying.
We reserved the "ZEN" room because it claimed to have a "King" bed - the room has a Queen foam mattress. While thick, it still managed to be hard. The 32" flat screen TV was inconveniently wall mounted between the bathroom door and the room's door. To see the TV from the bed, one needs to turn one's head far to the right. Also, the TV sticks out in front of the bathroom, we hit our heads on the edge several times.
The room has a terrace with a small table and chairs, which is nice. Inside, the room is large, but mostly bare. Besides the bed, built-in cabinet, and TV, there were 2 tiny bed tables and a tiny built-in desk with 1 plastic chair. In order to fit the "Zen" motif, there should have been comfortable chairs and table, and perhaps some decorations and nice colors. Instead, there were 3 small plastic leaves nailed to one wall, and the other wall had a pattern of lines and colored triangles which were anything but meditative or relaxing. The lighting was from standard ceiling bulbs, also not meditative in the least.
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