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It was the best nature experience ever, the flowing hot spring pools are the best and you will feel the stress being washed away... The money spent is all worth it specially when you're with your loved ones. Rooms are clean and staff are friendly....More
A bit surprised that the management maintained the place over the years. Aside from swimming and a little hike to hidden falls, we're able to play golf and table tennis :) Maybe next time your billiards will also be open for free.
The rooms are...More
I liked the forest ambiance of the place. The warm pools are also nice and they are not filthy as reviewed by a certain princess a. The bottom were also not muddy, they're filled with dark gravel stones. The hidden falls is also a sight...More
It took us about three hours to drive to Hidden Valley from Quezon City but the drive is worth it. Like the name, it is well hidden but worth looking for. My family visited this place probably more than 20 years ago but the place...More
Pleasantly surprised that the owners maintained this place well over the years. The last time we were here was in 2003. My friends and I stayed overnight in a Casita with a loft. It was clean and nice. The 6 pools with warm water were...More
I only did the day pass so I don't know about the rooms. It was around $35-40 (equivalent in pesos). Access to the grounds and pools was included, as well as lunch. I would guess that if you stay there you wouldn't incur a... More
I only did the day pass so I don't know about the rooms. It was around $35-40 (equivalent in pesos). Access to the grounds and pools was included, as well as lunch. I would guess that if you stay there you wouldn't incur a secondary entrance fee but I could be wrong.
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"Overnight stay is expensive - go for the day tour instead"