Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place

Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place

Sapang Buho Road, Barangay Dalig II, Antipolo City, Luzon Philippines
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See why so many travelers make Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place their hotel of choice when visiting Antipolo City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place offer air conditioning.

During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.

Close to some of Antipolo City's most popular landmarks, such as Boso Boso Church (1.5 mi) and Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage (1.6 mi), Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place is a great destination for tourists.

Antipolo City has plenty of steakhouses. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Beefalo and Tiolo Bbq, Steaks, & Pasta, which are serving up some great dishes.

Should time allow, Jardin de Miramar is a popular ancient ruins that is relatively easy to get to.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place as you experience all of the things Antipolo City has to offer.

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EmRaz wrote a review Jun 2012
Marikina, Philippines1 contribution14 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Went there because we got enticed by the beauty of its ads (their marketing is good!). Bought the promo voucher online for 10pax. We stayed at a grand villa (note: actual villa was not as good as how it looked like in their website).

Second Floor
The sala and dining area are at the 2nd flr. Yes they have this big plasma TV but when we stayed there, only 2 cable channels were available (channels which you would never waste your time on). When I was checking in at the Guest Relations Office, I heard similar complaint regarding other guest's cable not receiving any channels. Oh, I almost forgot. We couldn't stay at the 2nd flr FOR LONG because it was pretty hot in there (NO AIRCON NOR ELECTRIC FAN).

THIRD FLOOR
The 3rd flr. holds three bedrooms (1 master bedroom, 2 single bedrooms [both with pullouts]). Aircons inside the single bedrooms sufficed to cool the rooms. HOWEVER, similar aircon unit placed in the master bedroom couldn't sufficely give off the comfortable cool for the whole room except for the area where the aircon is directly placed on. We were greeted in the master bedroom with a LIVE COCKROACH! (Ewwww!) When we were about to retire in the wee hours of the night, one of our friends felt the roach crawling upon her and so we got frenzied looking for it and aiming to kill it for our piece of mind! How's that for a nice room? I don't think so...

FAMILY-STYLE DINNER FOR 10 and COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST
When we checked in, we were asked the exact time we wish to have our dinner. Their restaurant/bar is an open area near the swimming pools. HOWEVER, their dining area couldn't accommodate more than 40 pax all at the same time. We went there at the time agreed but there were no available table for us. We had to wait for another hour. Serving size for our chosen meals were small for 10 pax . I agree with the previous comment made here by others that their food prices are not reasonable. Breakfast served to us seemed to have been good for only 5 persons esp the rice. We had to order extra for this and make "tipid" with our ulam. Overall, dining experience was bad.

SWIMMING POOLS
There were 2 swimming pools - one for kids and one for adults.

The kids swimming pool was unreasonably dirty! To think that children will have to go there! There were insects in the pool aside from the usual twigs and leaves that fell off from the trees.

The adult swimming pool could have been okay except for its design where the slope seems to be from deep to shallow from the pool stairs/steps.

BATHROOMS INSIDE THE GRAND VILLA
We were lucky enough that our grand villa's drainage and sink were okay (thank God!). However, the common bathroom's shower was not working. The bathrooms were not very well kept.

LOCATION
We went there via private vehicles. Yes, sapang buho road is a little difficult to locate. Our other party got lost. You will have to constantly ask people from the area the way to the resort.

STAFF AT THE GUEST RELATIONS OFFICE/RESTAURANT
Poker faced staff. Natawa ako nung nabasa ko ung isang comment dito about the staff because that's how I see them also. I think they lack on warmth and sincerity to serve the guests. They lack staff also in their restaurant.

OVERALL
My comment and experience may be different from yours should you choose this place. However, I suggest you seriously consider first before making this deal. I personally think we made a wrong decision and just wasted our money. We could have spent it elsewhere. So it was a lesson for us.

Read all comments here or make an ocular to their place before anything else.

For us, we will NEVER come back here -- definitely NOT WORTH THE PENNY :(
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Date of stay: June 2012
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Meg Z wrote a review Apr 2011
Manila, Philippines55 contributions49 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
we got a grand villa accommodation thru a cashcashpinoy promo. we were excited because we were constantly checking out the photos on the resort's website: http://www.galifestyle.com/casaibiza/index.html and it seemed like a really quaint little place to visit. i guess our expectations were pretty hiked up that we were a bit disappointed when we arrived. the smell of horse manure was unmistakably in the air when we entered the gate...not that the place wasn't pretty, it just wasn't as fresh as it was in the photos.

the 3-storey grand villa was clean, nice and big enough for everybody. there were 2 restrooms with hold/cold shower and 3 rooms (1 masters, 2 smaller ones), a dining area and living room. there was also a ref and a sink. the intercom wasnt working and we were only flipping thru around 5-6 channels but they got that fixed. the food was good. they had 2 small pools but it was cold even in March. The villa comfortably housed 7 of us and it looked like there could still be room for more, its just that there wasn't that much to do at the resort. the concept of the place was nice but it could use a little "freshening up" since the place was starting to look a little old. it looks suitable for wedding receptions though.
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Date of stay: March 2011
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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JazzV wrote a review May 2012
Carson, California145 contributions69 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
My team at work decided to hold our team building at Casa Ibiza and we purchased the Ensogo Deal for 10pax. I searched for reviews and I was so devastated with the negative reviews that I panicked two days before our reservation. But we decided to just go for it and see for ourselves! First of all, the Grand Villa is not so bad. The 2nd floor where the sala, dining and kitchen are located, is spacious and we enjoyed our jenga games there. The 3rd floor which consists of the rooms, is kinda small for 10pax but we did managed to squeeze in ourselves. When we got there, the setup is for 8pax only. One master bed and 2 single beds with pullouts, and two extra mattresses. I asked the reception why its only for 8 pax and the answer that I got was, the setup was for 10pax with children. Well they should've made that clear right? anyway, they just gave us 2 more extra mattresses for free... but no extra pillows! Other pros and cons:
PROS: spacious area to hold some teambuilding activities, cozy cabanas, soft beds, clean enough rooms, ref and comfort rooms, parking for each villa, gated compound gave us the safe feeling, Relaxing ambiance esp at night.
CONS: hard to find sapang buho, no signs going to Ibiza from main road! super slow service at the dining area (understaffed), pokerfaced receptionist and servers (except for Mel who seem friendly enough), no lights going to the common CR near the spa, small breakfast portion, around 1o confusing keys for each villa, some locks not working or cannot be opened by any key!
VERDICT: Good enough for a promo, and for a small to medium sized group. Don't expect too much and you'll enjoy your stay! We did not sweat the small stuff a lot, and with good company, you will still have a great time! :)
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Date of stay: May 2012
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: The grand villa is bigger and better than the deluxe rooms. If you're more than 10 adults, it...
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mariettav2014 wrote a review Apr 2014
Pasig, Philippines1 contribution23 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We bought the deal at metrodeal ,i called Ibiza if it's ok if we are not going to avail the 650 buffet food package.Its ok .. but they are going to charged us 600 php /person for corkage fee.So we had no choice but to avail the package.Upon arrival,the GRO told us that aside from 650 for food there is an additional 10% for service charge.Again we were left with no choice but to accept it.Ok..heres, the nightmare!!..we didnt bring food to eat coz they might charged us a corkage fee..the merienda time is 3pm..we waited for 30 mins..but still no merienda..i approached the lady several times and i asked her the merienda but there was none and all of us were too hungry..finally after the long waiting, the buffet merienda was set and we were told by the lady that we can start eating.. to our surprise, we didn't see a buffet but only a pancit bihon and toasted bread w/o butter! To make things worst, we were only given a water that has NO ice!!..the water was just in a blue container which we doubt if it is clean...But since we were so hungry we ate the pancit with sad face..however, the pancit has only vegetables and magic sarap to taste -- or shall I say the worst taste ever!!..i look the other people around us and they were all quiet and with sad face too!!.Very small swimming pool and when we arrived it is not clean,no hot shower, also according to the deal that we brought, the room is good for 5 pax, however when we saw all 3 rooms, it was only good for 4 and there is no way we can squeeze to 5 persons, then we "still" have to request for extra mattress but what was provided is a camping bed and not a MATTRESS!!! the shower is leaking, the sheet is "punit", the towel issued is for 2 pax only but if you request you will be given extra towel with stained and greyish in color. The rules and regulation of the management is not customer friendly!!!
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Date of stay: April 2014
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Jason Q wrote a review Aug 2012
Antipolo147 contributions121 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Do an ocular at Casa Ibiza FIRST before booking and attempting to spend a night here.

DON'T BE DECEIVED BY CASA IBIZA'S MASSIVE ENTRANCE GATE AND POLISHED PICTURES.

1. That place doesn't look anywhere near the photos in their website. The units, rooms, beds and sofas are really tiny.
2. Dirty, run down and not safe. Steep stairs with no railing.
3. Cable TV has only 2 channels. No wifi.
4. You have to wait an hour every time you want to eat.
5. Unreasonable prices.
6. Inconsiderate unfriendly staff.
7. And they can't even take care of their dog.

Stay away from Caza Ibiza "Hotel" in Antipolo. We purchased a voucher for Casa Ibiza for 3 days and 2 nights but immediately left when we got there.

Casa Ibiza Hotel is the classic example of FALSE ADVERTISING. And to top it all, they can't even take care of one little dog.

Casa Ibiza's rooms are outrageously small, really cramped and depressing. Nothing like the website pictures.

Casa Ibiza "hotel" is an old run down place that looks more like model units from a mass housing project that was converted into a "resort".

Their Cable TV only has 2 channels. No wifi. Both pools are tiny and dirty.

Half of their units have steep stairs, with no railing upon entering. It is not advisable if your company includes young children, the elderly and the handicapped.

Their "sofa" can only sit one person. If you are tiny maybe two, if you sit straight enough and not mind cuddling with the person next to you.

They charge unreasonably for food and you would have to wait an hour every time you want to eat.

The place is not clean.

And they will surprise you with their corkage fees.

Their staff are unfriendly and inconsiderate staff. Their security at the entrance is crazy, as if he would rather not let us leave the place.

And they keep a hairless mangy dog in one of their filthy abandoned stables, full of feces and with no water. All the horses died. Their staff wouldn't even give the poor dog some water when told so I ended up doing it myself.

Casa Ibiza's rates are not cheap. And it seems they have been around for some time. And yet they have not bothered to improve the place. Banking only on TRICKERY, DECEPTION and FALSE ADVERTISING. They only care about how much money they can make with total disregard of their customers needs.

I would be afraid to spend a night here.

If Casa Ibiza is a "hotel" then I live in a 7 star hotel, and I just live in a humble 3 bedroom house.
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Date of stay: August 2012
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
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iammsdiovs wrote a review Apr 2014
1 contribution20 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
me and my highschool bestfriends planned for a reunion since we haven't seen each other for how many years..we chose caza ibiza since it looks so beautiful in the pictures..but when we arrived we got dissapointed on the place and even to the admin..it's not so clean and everything looks old a way too far from what's shown on the pictures..what a terrible experienced we had :(..plus a lot of hidden charges..so please guys be beware of photoshop photos..
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Date of stay: July 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Rona C wrote a review May 2015
Quezon City, Philippines11 contributions16 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is an unbiased review. I am not in any way connected to Casa Ibiza or anyone from there. I will try my best to tell you exactly what to expect because all I read online prior to our weekend getaway left me with a lot of unanswered questions.

I've read more bad than good reviews about Casa Ibiza from several blogs and websites. However, when I saw the promo on a deal site about an overnight stay in a Deluxe Villa for 4 persons, I still purchased a couple of vouchers. I went with my family and my best friend’s family, a total of 8 persons, and we stayed in 2 side-by-side villas for the night. Casa Ibiza is just less than an hour away from Cubao, Quezon City. It’s so easy to get there. It’s not really in the middle of nowhere. If you have Waze on your phone, there’s no way you’d get lost.

I’m glad I took advantage of the promo. It was only P3499 for 1 voucher (good for 4 persons) which includes overnight accommodation, set dinner and set breakfast. Casa Ibiza is not exactly giving you what you pay for—they give you just a little bit over that. If I paid the actual price of P7000+ per Villa then maybe I would have regretted it. But with that huge discount, it was good enough.

Yesterday, a few hours prior to check-in time, I received a phone call from Casa Ibiza’s representative. They were offering 1 Grand Villa (3 bigger bedrooms) in exchange for the 2 Deluxe Villas we had. I didn’t take the offer just because I don’t like changing plans on the last minute. Yes, 6 bedrooms in total is a little too much for us, but we liked the fact that we had more than enough bathrooms (there are 2 bathrooms per Villa).

Deluxe Villa – Windows were a little bit difficult to open, some walls have worn off paint, sheets were not the whitest of white, and the air-conditioner on the third bedroom was a bit noisy. They could have centralized the air-conditioner or at least placed a fan in the living area. They could have also placed an extra TV in the master’s bedroom. Rooms were small and the bathrooms were not exactly pretty and didn’t have hot/cold shower. The master’s bedroom had a queen-sized bed, a huge closet, a bathroom and balcony. The 2 other rooms were little and had 1 single bed each. It was tolerable—P3499 for 4 persons with meals is way too cheap if you’re expecting a 5-star type accommodation. I’ve seen worse than this.

Swimming Pool – There were 2 swimming pools, 1 which was just 2 feet deep and kids love it. The second was a deeper pool (4 to 5 feet). These aren’t very big swimming pools but they were big enough. We didn’t have to swim side by side with other guests so that was fine. On our first day, there were a lot of leaves on the pool and we asked the people from the resort to clean up. It took time before they did because there were few staff present that day. These are just leaves though, so it’s really fine. It’s not like you have to swallow those leaves when swimming. There wasn’t much chlorine too which is what I really like. I didn’t have to get out of the water with extra-sticky hair and even though the sun was high, we didn’t get all that dark—we usually get that when there’s too much chlorine in the water.

Cabanas and lounge areas – In photos, these are way prettier. The place could use a little bit more cleaning and the staff could at least place the pillows on the lounge areas in the right places so people could enjoy it more. But then again, guests just go out of their villas to swim. They stay inside where it’s cooler when they just want to hang out. However, the entire look of the resort could be improved if only these areas were maintained more.

Dining area – This area is surrounded by the two swimming pools and it looked lovely. Though there were a few insects at night time, it was fine since these weren’t cockroaches. There wasn’t a staff present at all times at the counter so there were a couple of times when I had to wait a few minutes until I can finally order. There were fabric/cushioned chairs which don’t belong there. I mean, these chairs make the overall look or the dining area more charming but if you consider the fact that a lot of people sit there after getting off the pool and all wet. If you’re dry, you’d hate it if you happen to sit on one of those wet chairs.

Food – So most of the bad reviews I read about the resort was about the food. Here’s what I honestly think—you can’t expect a BigMac when you paid for a “Kanto Burger”. Don’t expect a P1000 plate when you paid for a budget meal. The menu only had a few items available so there’s really not much to order. Everything else was out of stock. When we first ordered, there was no ice yet. They said they’re waiting for it to be delivered. So we opted to wait instead and order later. If I remember it right, they only had iced tea, orange juice and beer available. This is somehow a disappointment because we didn’t bring in anything else other than water because of the corkage fee.
Dinner time, we had lechon kawali with bagoong and grilled chicken set meals for our group. There were only 3 pieces of lechon kawali per plate and the pork was a little hard. The bagoong on top of it was a little too spicy for the kids. The chicken (large portion) wasn’t cooked too well. However, since we were warned by online reviews about the food they serve, we ordered extras in advance. We had pansit, liempo and sisig which weren’t the best, but again, good enough. Even if we didn’t enjoy the food as much, we didn’t go hungry.
Breakfast time, we had ham and longganisa. The ham was good, the longganisa was okay.
Food conclusion – the best part is we didn’t go hungry and since we already expected the worst, we weren’t really disappointed. Hopefully, Casa Ibiza could stock up on food items though. It would have been a more pleasant experience (and more income from them) if they had more choices to offer.
By the way, I read that there’s no corkage for water, biscuits and chips. So we brought enough just to make sure we don’t go hungry. There’s a refrigerator inside each villa so we had enough cold water throughout our stay. Beer was affordable at only around P60 per bottle so it was okay if we didn’t have to bring alcohol in.

Landscape and surroundings – Again, the place could use a little more cleaning and the grass could also be trimmed for a better look. Overall, it was beautiful.

CONCLUSION – Should you go there? If you expect more than what you pay for and you are used to 5-star resorts and hotels, don’t. You won’t enjoy it. Are the photos Photoshopped? Of course, almost all photos you’d see online from any hotel or resort are Photoshopped but Casa Ibiza looks quite the same with what you see on the photos only a little older and dirtier. Don’t be ignorant and expect those photos come to life because this is reality.
Because we had the people we loved the most with us during our trip, we had a great time. The staff were nice to us maybe because we were nice to them. The resort could use a lot of improvement but ultimately, we enjoyed ourselves. The most important part in every trip we have is to make sure we are comfortable. As long as the air-con is working, the water is flowing, the sheets are clean and the staff are kind, we are satisfied. One must not blame the resort for their own miseries—if you’re happy with the people you are with and you make that choice that you will have fun and let go of the little imperfections, then you will have an awesome time.
I believe that the key to a good vacation is preparation—we brought everything we need from towels to soap and shampoo, first aid kit, water, etc. We didn’t have a difficult time at all.
I highly recommend Casa Ibiza for those who are not too demanding and dependent on other people for their own happiness and satisfaction. Ours was quite a hassle-free weekend. ;)

P.S. I am a freelance writer from Manila, Philippines. Of course, I didn’t tell the people from the resort that I will write about them because I wanted to get the real experience so I can share it with all of you. I will write and post more photos about our Casa Ibiza experience in my blog within the week (ronamariecruz.blogspot.com).
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Date of stay: May 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Deluxe Villas are better since they are located closer to the pools and cabanas.
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martinescudero wrote a review Mar 2014
Quezon City, Philippines1 contribution11 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
CONS

1. Crews doesnt care for their guest, i ask for a towel, nothing came, then i asked again, they said i should wait and it will be delivered in our room, still nothing came. I have to go get it my self
2. Mosquitoes
3. They recycle untouched food by other guest
4. Food not delicious and definely not reasonable.
5. They say its "buffet", do they know what BUFFET means?
6. Charge 500 pesos on left over, they do really mean business huh
7. Lots of falling leaves in the pool
8. Security Guard smoking while talking to guest.
9. 1 aircon not working
10. They dont let us bring food and drinks, but they ran out of drinks for sale. Ugok.

PROs

1. A lot of Parking space. (Maybe people don't come back, or have read the reviews)
2. Hmmmm nothing follows.
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Date of stay: March 2014Trip type: Traveled with family
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Yasmin Marie wrote a review Feb 2014
Manila, Philippines132 contributions85 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We got the deal from Ensogo at PHP6,999 for 10 persons. Not bad, eh? At first. Having read the reviews, I expected for the worst and was surprised upon arrival that the place didn't look as terrible as some testified.

Until the upstairs bathroom started leaking all the way to the living room.

Until the living room's curtain rod fell by mere touch of the curtain.

Until you go hungry and actually decide to order at the restaurant even though the prices are unreasonable and spend a ten minutes waiting for the staff to emerge from the kitchen.

Bedrooms: Okay. They were cleaned, at least.

Bathrooms: Not okay. No curtain to separate the bath from the toilet and by the time you take your turn in the shower after someone, it's already flooded.

Living Room: Okay. There's a flat screen TV with cable.

Dining Room: Okay.

Kitchen: Okay. There's a refrigerator.

Pool: Okay, only if you're too drunk to care.

Complimentary Dinner: Okay but not filling. Talong, liempo, sizzling hotdog (that's not even Pure Foods), and fried chicken. No dessert. Iced tea not refillable.

Complimentary Breakfast: Okay. Choose the longganisa. Don't get the fish, ham, or corned beef. The last one looks dubious.

Service: HORRIBLE.

Never going back.
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Date of stay: January 2014Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Jen C wrote a review Feb 2013
Caloocan, Philippines1 contribution11 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We went here for a sort of reunion of friends and our families and were extremely disappointed.
Let's break it down:
1. Accommodation - We were checked in pretty fast because we had a prior reservation. The sleeping rooms were okay, but the AC had small HPs. The Master Bedroom in one of the villas was big but the other rooms were really small. Bathrooms were dirty and it stinks (not to mention the appearance of some creepy crawlers). It does not have good ventilation and the showers don't work. So be ready for a really COLD shower.
2. Food - It's expensive and it's not worth it. Dinner was okay but portions were small. I would have to agree with one of the reviews - no COFFEE included in the breakfast. They do sell coffee - it's Php 40 for a cup of hot water and a 3-in-1 coffee mix. We had to get our coffee fix somewhere else.
3. Pool - If you're looking for a resort with a really nice pool, this place should not be an option. There were 2 pools working, one for the kids (2 feet) and a 5 feet pool. They were not clean and small.
4. Staff - Kitchen staff were okay and they tried their best to serve all the people in the dining area. Admin staff, they're a totally different story.
5. Check-out - Horrible! They were going to charge us Php 500 for a missing towel which was taken by another guest from a different group. My friend explained that they should do a "towel check" on the other villas to see if there were excess towels there because we sure aren't going to pay for a cheap towel nobody would even attempt to steal. My friend and the person in charge of checking us out had a row about this and she did not even get a measly apology. Not cool.

So overall, yeah we sure are not going back. I'm not picky or anything but when you pay for something expensive (we paid full price, not voucher price), you expect good stuff. But we did not get that here.
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Date of stay: February 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Patricia Rodriguez asked a question Oct 2017
Tokyo, Japan3 contributions1 helpful vote
How much per night?
Rona C wrote a tip May 2015
Quezon City, Philippines11 contributions16 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Deluxe Villas are better since they are located closer to the pools and cabanas."
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Mac Centeno wrote a tip Mar 2015
Manila, Philippines160 contributions51 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book early. Check group buying sites..."
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Corzbest wrote a tip Aug 2014
Philippines138 contributions34 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All the rooms are in a quiet place."
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JannaVC wrote a tip Nov 2013
Kodiak Island, Alaska312 contributions89 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Not a good idea to do night swimming, water can be very cold."
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Anna H wrote a tip Jul 2013
Antipolo City, Philippines76 contributions52 helpful votes
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"Have the A/C turned on prior to your arrival and have all the door locks checked before going out as the key might not have all the "keys" to your door. set your expectations lower so you can appreciate the value of your voucher. go there IF and ONLY IF you got a voucher. choose a date where you think there's less likely people to check-in (most likely weekdays). Bring lots of snacks and water and bread as they are free of charge."
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LOCATION
PhilippinesLuzonCalabarzon RegionRizal ProvinceAntipolo City
NUMBER OF ROOMS
50
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place
Which popular attractions are close to Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Nearby attractions include Pinto Art Museum (2.8 km), Antipolo Cathedral (2.3 km), and Parish Of The Immaculate Heart Of Mary (3.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tong Yang, Robinsons Antipolo, Marison's, and Casa Abuela / Abuelita's Cakes and Pastry Products.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Casa Ibiza Resort & Events Place?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Angono Petroglyphs (4.2 km) and Carlos “Botong” Francisco's Ancestral House (6.6 km).
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