In my previous post, I already have toured you in our spacious suite. Now, I will tell you about our second and last day in The Manor @ Camp John Hay. After getting disappointed because I wasn’t able to use the jacuzzi at the Health Club, we decided to go back to the room and take a shower.
We had a problem with the toilet because the one that we have in the bedroom is clogged. Unfortunately, the water basin didn’t flush so we had to go to the smaller toilet in the living room and we have to wait for our turn if needed. That was uncomfortable on our part.
After packing our stuff and getting dressed up, we headed to the restaurant. Oh yes, everytime we have a staycation or in a press trip, I always look forward to the buffet breakfast. Before we entered Le Chef, we were able to clear things out with the additional charges with the staff and I already have asked the hotel about it prior to our arrival and everything was settled. There were plenty of tables inside but we opted to sit outside where we can see the beauty of God’s work.
It’s a good thing that they had corned beef, hashbrowns and chicken sausages at that time. I was quite pleased with what I have chosen. The hot congee and sweets made it perfect. I didn’t go for coffee that morning; instead, I settled for pineapple juice.
My youngest just tried the sweets but my other kids had taho– this is a breakfast ritual for them eveytime they are in Baguio.
Hubby picked fruits as usual.
Out of 5 stars, I would give 4 to their buffet breakfast.
After we filled out our tummies, we went for a walk around the area. We decided to spend the rest of the hours there because we will be checking out in a while. The kids were amazed of the animal statues, park and mini playground.
We were enjoying our walk outside and we didn’t want to go back to the room yet but we had to because we had to get ready for check out 😦 I got a letter when we got back to the room, reminding me that we had to leave before 12nn.
I had no issue with the check-out. Kudos to the hotel staff!
So, another sad part is this: we had to walk with our suitcases and other luggages from the hotel entrance to Ayala Technohub where we looked for a place to eat, but unfortunately, the restaurants were jampacked with people. Luckily, there was a vacant table @ Pizza Volante.
Here’s my rating for The Manor:
Should I come back? Not sure.
Would I recommend it? See and experience for yourself, haha! If ever you would, bring your own car.
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