Older hotel but still good to stay nice location great staff
Great place for a getaway. Rooms are comfortable and like a home away from home.
Great! Love the view, staff was great, location perfect!
First time to stay at hotel montecillo but had an unpleasant stay! We arrived past 12 midnight in the hotel and went to our room almost 2am- my best friend booked for that night july 20 and charge double on her debit card to make the story short it doesnt fix right away until at this moment they ...
The view of taal lake was great. I will come back here.
Next to restaurants & grocery. Nice view of Taal volcano from the veranda of the room.
Lobby and public places beautiful but rooms are very small and plan ahead- no wifi, no hair dryer. Only restaurant for breakfast 10 min late in opening
Very heartfelt service,friendly staff and nice place to stay.i would definetly come back
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