1. Faulty hot shower. 2. Overpriced food. 3. Malangaw sa room at sa lahat ng kainan. 4. It’s not peaceful to stay sa hotel room. Especially if there is/are another guest/s occupying hotel rooms above your room. Maingay at kalabog ng kalabog dahil kahoy ang floor. Housekeeping pa yata yun nagtatakbuhan dahil 6am pa lang at nag aayos sila. 5. Maamoy luma masyado yun rooms. So yun design na parang old/spanish theme sa loob, nakakatakot na lalo dahil sa matching amoy luma. 6. Malamok sa hotel room kasi may estero / canal sa likod I guess. 7. Kapag directly tumawag ka sa housekeeping, sasabihin lang nila na pupuntahan ka for your concern. Tapos puputi mata mo kakahintay. 8. Hindi ko lang sure if malangaw during spanish time, pero sobrang langaw lalo na sa mga kainan nila. SOBRANG DUMI. Sanitation problem indeed. Okay siya to go visit in a day tour. Never ever go for an overnight stay. Not worth it for the money and effort. Lalo if gusto mong overnight/vacation is peace and rest. This it no the place for you.…
Day tour is Php2,000 per person. A bit expensive but worth it. The only bad experience is the hundreds of flies in the dining hall (at the Hotel Oriente). Flies scattered on tables, utensils, glasses. Kindly improve this. Most of the staff are helpful and accomodating. Some are timid and snobbish.
What a beautiful place. All the beautiful buildings brought in from all over The Philippines. The craftsmen working on site are so skilled doing beautiful restorations on the buildings. I watched one of the carvers making a door in the church. What skill. He showed me one he had recently finished, it took him 6 months. The grounds are so beautiful and precisely manicured. It is rather a cross between old Manila and Venice with canals passing between many of the beautiful heritage buildings. Breakfast and dinner were very good and we definitely felt we had traveled back to pre WWII Philippines. The staff is friendly and helpful but I did notice a number of places that need attention, such as water leaking from a second floor down through the beams and floors and a few interior places needing a bit of cleaning and attention. It's a place worth visiting and one of the most interesting we've been to. It seems to me that a lot of people are expecting a brand new property, we'll this isn't that nor is it supposed to be. It's truly a one of a kind must see. We are so happy we visited.…
Place was excellent, food as well. Construction is a bit sore in the eyes. The meeting room was not good, aircon and noise on the first day. On the 2nd day, none has been prepared despite the venue knew our schedule. Matters that really need improvements.
Las casas is a nice place with old houses relocated from their former sites. It is still under development and the activities are very very basic. A little water tour, a horse drawn carriage tour and a a couple of more places to be visited by foot. Restaurants are just Ok, nothing excellent. It is extremely hot and walking around is not recommended due to the heat as very little shade is available and the rain as no covered walkways are really available. I do not think it is worth more than a day tour.
We stayed overnight for an event. It was my 3rd visit. I was aghast at the room facilities. The room reeked with a dusty moldy smell. The bathroom fixtures were old and falling apart. Overall the room was very dirty. Breakfast was the WORST. I can't think of a harsher word. The only positive: The garden, landscape, and exterior of the houses look great.
The place is indeed nostalgic, giving you good vibes of the past. The service crew are very accommodating and excellent service indeed. The place is pet friendly too. My only concern are the restaurant, we depend on their online menu, but most were not available and not updated too.
In my opinion, this place is a must-visit for culturally and historically savvy people seeking solitude and peace of mind. Truly, two days of staying is definitely not enough. Be it with friends or going at it solo, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar will definitely mark an impression within your soul.
One of the famous tourist destination in Bataan is Las Casas, a historical place that will give you a nostalgic feeling for its traditional infrastructures. Aside from the picturesque areas of the place, you will have more knowledge about the past. A must go in Bataan!
We had a very terrible stay! We already coordinated EVERYTHING before-hand and made a full payment. We had an event in Bataan and booked for 18 rooms. We had an advance party to check in our luggages before 3pm BUT they they dont have any consideration for us, imagine we had many VIPs and we need their luggages check in their rooms before they arrived but the keys were only given 30 mins after 3pm, only to find, their staff have an access to all the rooms. Imagine what we had been through. Staff told us that they need to ensure the cleanliness of the rooms before they hand us over the keys, only to find out there were used tissues in our closet. The hotel is definitely not worth the price. Moreover, during the buffet dinner, we already coordinated the food restrictions of the VIPs, however, they still served dishes with shrimps and seafoods, we requested the kitchen staff to replace the whole platter, but the chef walked out on me saying he cannot cook but eventually when he realized we will pay for the replacement, he agreed to cook. Finally, we settled the additional fees incurred during our stay so that our VIPs will not be held at the exit, they insisted someone had to stay behind for any left items in the rooms. So we had 1 team stayed for 1 hour for las casas to finish checking the room. Then we arrived to Manila, two of our VIPs left an item in their rooms. It means they didnt checked the rooms and we found out that there were guests staying in the rooms, they called us the following day 11:20am saying they found the missing item, we suspect they didnt really check and clean the rooms! We dont recommend Las Casas ever again!…