Let me take you on a tour around the house:
If you're travelling with elderly, I suggest getting the rooms outside as the staircase is quite steep. I initially requested for a room that has better access for Kong Kong but seeing that his room is separate from all of us, he opted to slowly climb the stairs and occupied the available regular room that's right beside mine and Paul's. Lesson learned, we should make sure to all get the rooms outside to make it easier for Kong Kong next time.
Among all the 4 rooms that we got, I have to say that the one that Paul and I got must have been the worst. First of all, the room has this will bad smell that even after lighting a candle, the odor was still there. To make things worst, the staff offered to spray some deodorizer which made us feel like throwing up because it made the room smell even worst. Secondly, there were ants all over the bathroom and I think I spent the first 5 minutes of my bath time spraying water all over. I ended up cleaning our toilet just to eradicate those ants. Thirdly, since our room's color theme was lemony yellow, our curtains were yellow too. So we were one of the first to wake up as soon as the sun rose as it quickly brightened up the entire room. Needless to say, we were two very grumpy and sleepy guests the following day.
Here are some of the dishes served to us:
Beef Tapa (Steak)
Pork Longganisa (Sausage)
Ensaladang Manga at Kamatis
Tawilis -- which is a Tagaytay specialty!
Chicken Sandwich -- so old school but it was pretty good
I have to say that room-wise, I won't probably return anymore but taking the food and the superb hospitable service that we got from the staff, I'll probably give it another chance. I hope they'll improve on their room standards and cleanliness most of all.
Petite Rooms : Php. 5,000++
Regular Rooms: Php. 5,500++
Family Rooms: Php. 8,500++
Check out Wilson's Place at Maglabe Drive, Tagaytay City. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation.