After such a filling lunch at Bagoong Club in Twin Lakes, off we were to Canyon Woods. Along with the deal sis found for Canyon Cove, she also found a deal for Canyon Woods and so those became our back to back staycation for April.
After putting our luggages inside our room, we immediately went to check out the area where you can do sports and recreational activities. According to the front desk that’s the place where we would find the tennis court, mini- golf, and do fishing among other things. We got there through a shuttle from the clubhouse.
The place was kinda deserted when we got there. We found an empty events place and an old tennis court. I don’t think we can play tennis even if we wanted to because there was no one to ask around. There was a sort of pond in which two ducks live. I doubt if there was fish in there judging by its color.
This is one of the outdoor pools. Someone was there sweeping the leaves which has fallen down from the trees around it. The playground beside it was really old. It’s Summer and should be peak season for the resort but the place was dead.
What we did after taking some photos was call the shuttle and go back to our rooms at The Peak.
The Peak is a condotel in two towers situated inside the Canyon Woods Residential Resort. Tower 1 condominium offers the exclusivity of residential living while tower 2 condotels guarantees an investment opportunity for its unit owners.
We had two rooms with two double beds each at the 7th floor. It has a really nice bathroom with modern amenities and complete toiletries.
Not one hour after resting inside the rooms, sis came out with the kids to swim at the outdoor pool right below our terrace…located on the 1st floor.
Twinkle fell asleep so peanutbutter♥ and I ended up “resting” with her….
It was a cold day but the kids didn’t mind…
Early the next day found us at the indoor pool. The indoor pool was supposed to be heated but it wasn’t until 9am that they turn on the heater.
The indoor pool and the jacuzzi are located inside the Club House where the restaurant and mini-theater are also located.
At around 9am, Twinkle has fallen asleep. It was time for her morning nap so we had to go back to our room. I packed while she was asleep.
It was time for check out when she woke up. Lunch was a quick stopover at Lime and Basil Thai Restaurant.
Marina Rosie says
This looks like such an awesome trip! Your kids are so precious! The pool experience looks amazing; things like this really expose my inner child haha! x
lots of love,
Marina Rosie xx
Chelsea Elizabeth says
It looks like a great trip! Some fab photographs and lots of smiles. It looks like a very nice place to visit
Elena Zahir says
Your family is beautiful, I really enjoyed this post! Looks like you had a great time.
It looks like you all had a great time. I love the look of the swimming pools, it must have been good that no one else was around and you could enjoy them all to yourselves.
Ana De- Jesus says
It is a shame that there not many people around but at least you had the facilities available to yourselves which is pretty cool right? I do like to go swimming x
Ali Rost says
What a lovely resort .. especially for a family! I remember when I was a kid and my parents would take us to places like this. I could have lived in the swimming pool our whole vacation!
Omg your girls are the cutest! This looks like you had so much fun. Love the pool!
Ivelisse | CarnationDreams.com
This is a pretty awesome trip! The views are beautiful and the pools are freaking amazing!