I booked the Yellow Suite for a group of three, for a 2-night stay (paid Php500/night for the 3rd person). I attended a wedding in the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and Callospa was very near the reception venue (La Huerta Estate).
We primarily used Grab or tricycles to go around town, but for those who have cars, their parking lot is not adjacent to the resort itself, but it's in the same street (Marigman Road Extension). There are absolutely no street lamps in that area, so walking along the street at night is dangerous.
The suite is small, but there's enough walking room for three people. The ceiling is low, so this is not ideal for tall folks (about 5'3" and up). We suspect that room was simply crammed in to create more "suites" in the resort. The extra bed was just a mattress placed on the floor beside the queen-sized bed. There's a TV with cable channels and the cable reception was okay.
The bathroom is a walk-in type with no door or actual enclosure. The wall separating the bath area from the rest of the room has a glass panel covered with a thin curtain - if the bathroom lights are turned on, you can definitely see whoever's in the tub/shower or on the toilet. We're not keen on the aquarium-esque bathroom, but hey, if you like watching your loved one take a dump, then go ahead.
The bath area has no exhaust fan or any of that sort, so the entire room basically smells musty and damp, and of course it could get worse if someone does take a dump.
The air conditioning unit is old and not well-maintained. It doesn't get very cold, but the room temp is slightly cooler than outdoors.
The karaoke/entertainment porch near the bigger suites is right above the room, and there's also a small swimming pool a short walk from the room. I'm not sure if there's a curfew for using the karaoke or the pool, but on our second night, the karaoke and pool party people were still very loud and annoying past 11 pm. The next morning we woke up to the sound of someone at the karaoke again.
The suite comes with a Japanese bento-style breakfast. The food tasted fine, but for both mornings, we were served a small piece of pork rib, scrambled eggs and rice, and only the side dishes varied. The drink that came with our meal was either a bottled water or hot chocolate/coffee from a vending machine.
There is no in-house restaurant, so you'll need to drive or take a tricycle to the nearest fast food or restaurant/cafe for lunch, dinner or snacks. There's a McDonald's, Chowking and a couple other restos in the intersection of Marigman Road and L. Sumulong Memorial Circle.
Alternatively, the front desk does have delivery menus for nearby restos like Max's and KFC, and you can use their phone to order your food. We ordered from Max's for lunch and the food was delivered directly to our suite. We ate inside the room, but you can eat outdoors near the pool or koi pond.
The room was advertised as having in-suite WiFi, but we only managed to connect successfully when we were inside their lobby/office and spa building. Their WiFi was free, but their router was most likely a residential one. The room itself is a dead spot.
Their spa services were thankfully better, and the time we spent having a full body massage or foot spa was definitely relaxing. The therapists were good and they can be asked to be a bit gentler if needed. Payments for spa services are billed separately and are paid when you're done (not upon checking out).
Some of the staff were more nonchalant and they were not exactly the formal, warm and welcoming type that you'd expect in a hotel/resort establishment, but they were generally helpful with giving tips or directions if you need help with getting around town.