1. Hi Vera. We checked in on a Friday so we weren’t imposed the additional charge. That’s also not part of the terms of our Cash Cash Pinoy voucher. From which group buying site did you see the deal? 🙂

  2. My boyfriend and I are going to Lee this weekend. With all the reviews I’m reading, especially the lack of room service and decent food, I’m sorta regretting I bought a 3,999-peso deal for their Deluxe Room. 🙁

  3. Hi Corrine. It really depends on how important food/ room service is for you. We didn’t mind it too much since there are a lot of restaurants in the Tagaytay area & especially since our weekend was planned around our Antonio’s food trip. The room itself was very nice and the location of Lee is superb. I hope that’s enough reason for you to like your stay there 🙂

  4. It’s quite ironic that they’re a “hotel” but they don’t have room service. Plus with such steep rack rates, it’s quite shady. Haha. Anyway, I’m trying to sell my voucher to friends. If nobody wants to buy them, I guess we have to see the hotel for ourselves. 😀

    • It’s quite usual for hotels to require a deposit for incidental charges and they usually do this by getting the hotel guest’s credit card information upon booking and authorizing the hotel to charge for incidentals. I guess since we booked this hotel through our voucher, the only way they can require us to pay the incidental deposit is through cash. And yes, they did return the deposit in full since they didn’t have naman room service and we didn’t destroy anything in the room or steal their towels :)—which are the usual reasons for deducting from the incidental deposit. Think of it as insurance for the hotel.

  5. Sad to know that this ’boutique hotel’ is overrated. Was planning to check it out some time pa naman. Thanks for the heads-up.

    By the way, PTB member here, too. Following you now on GFC. 🙂

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