We reserved the Ylang-Ylang Suite with Loft. The price for one night is P7,392 inclusive of breakfast. There’s a charge of P825/person in excess of 3 persons and room’s maximum capacity is six.
There’s a kitchenette equipped with microwave and fridge. You can bring some snacks to keep in the fridge and reheat later.
Bathroom has a tub…
The bed on the lower level where Ykaie and I had our forty winks…
stairs going to the loft…..
kakay and sis in one bed and Roman in the other..
Currently, Balai Isabel has three swimming pools….
This small pool…
Their “Infinity pool”….you have to be in the correct position for it to become an infinity pool…
and the Mobideep. This is not the original Mobideep, they said that the typhoon Ondoy tore down the original Mobideep so they rebuilt another one. What’s disappointing and frustrating about it is that they are charging P250 per person if you want to go for a swim here and it’s not even that pretty, I mean, the view is spectacular but that’s about it.
Balai Isabel is not a place I would go back to for a vacay. The restaurant staff gives very slow service. They are not very consistent, when we were checking out, the receptionists gave the guests that were checking in welcome drinks but we didn’t get any when we checked-in. The staff were courteous, though, from the guards to the waiters.
Club Balai Isabel