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CWC Clubhouse, CWC Villa del Rey Cabana, and Biggs

Thursday, February 24, 2011
The CWC Clubhouse is huge, with high ceilings and wooden folding doors which literally make up the 3 walls. It's open-air, bright and has ample number of seats and table for guests.
From the Clubhouse restaurant, the view consists of the pool, massage huts, and although it faces the lake, trees and tents will block the view of wakeboarders. It is best to eat lake-side under the tents if you plan to watch the riders.
The place is open-air, so watch out for flies landing on your things or food. Staff may give out mini-candles to ward flies off, but it never really works:
Clubhouse at night:
A flatscreen TV on the wall, along with interesting framed photos of wakeboarders.
Chinese Adobo: Php150
Grilled Tanigue: Php170
Beef Villanueva: Php220
Pork Sinigang: Php160
Tinolang Manok: Php170
CWC Bibingka: Php56
Filipino Breakfast: Php150 (no egg available)
Bicolano Pizza: Php230
Pizza Alla Diavo: Php260
Their dishes were priced accordingly. Taste was okay, more of a hit and miss. Some were flavorful while others were bit dry. Still, there's no other option but to eat at the Clubhouse or take a hike outside the compound to buy your own food.

CWC Menu

CWC Room Rates:

CWC Villa del Rey Cabana: Php1700/room/night
The Cabana we got was nice. It's like the usual modern hotel room with en-suite bathroom, closet, hangers, AC unit, hot shower, and cable TV.
There are no phones, no room service. If you really need something like extra towels or sheet, you can use the phone in the Clubhouse to call the Reception desk. Or walk a few hundred meters to make a personal request. Don't worry because the staff act fast. Instantly they will come knocking at your room to deliver what you asked for.
The doors are sliding and can be opened wide. There are electric sockets you can use for phone charging or hairdryer.
A separate sink with mirror is convenient and does not cramp the toilet/bath. Next to it is the closet with a couple of hangers, and more bottom shelves.
Their shower is great. The hot water stays in a certain temperature and doesn't need to be mixed or adjusted like most heaters.
Towels are provided. You can request for an extra roll or two of toilet paper (free). Shampoo, soap:
Ceiling and some wall paint are chipping. But it's cool. It's harmless. The place is maintained, floor is clean as well as the beddings. Housekeeping will knock around 8am. You can decline or accept it.
CWC provides daily free shuttle ride to and from SM Naga. You can make a reservation by calling the frontdesk from the Clubhouse, and the shuttle will pick you up at the Clubhouse as well.
We missed the CWC to SM Naga shuttle ride, which leaves around 2PM at the Clubhouse.
We took a motor or habal-habal up to the Main Road, which cost around Php40 I think, and then we took a jeep to SM Naga. But we got to the 4PM bus from SM Naga to CWC.


Provincial Capitol Complex
Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur
Tel:(054)4773344/(054)4773349

Provincial Capitol Complex
Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur
Tel:(054)475-0689/(054)477-3347

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