Tubod Flowing Waters Resort: Room for Improvement, but a Nice Place to Stay
We spent three nights at this resort. The employees are friendly and helpful. The facilities are modern but basic. For 1200 pesos per night, we had a room with a double bed, electric hot water shower, cable TV, screened windows and aircon. On the down side, the room was rather small. The CR was very small as well, and there was no curtain for the shower. So when you took a shower, you soaked the entire room. There was no place to hang anything--no hangers in the wardrobe, no towel rack in the CR, etc. For a resort with four swimming pools, it's almost unforgivable not to have at least a towel rack. We ate most of our meals at the resort. Breakfasts were 60 pesos including coffee, and dinners were 90 pesos including a soft drink. The office sells lots of snacks and rents various items. They have a computer in the office; if you buy an internet card, you can use dial-up from there, although it's very slow.
There are four swimming pools. One is for adults only and has two large water slides. One is a children's pool with a showering umbrella. Another is fed directly from the spring and has a small slide. There is a butterfly sanctuary, but I'm not sure if it's operational. There are also basketball courts and fish ponds. You can play billiards for 75 pesos an hour, rent a videoke machine or rent a grill for cooking out. Pinoy Dream Academy was staying there during our visit, so things were a little more hectic than usual.