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Las Casas is more than a resort, it’s a unique and endlessly fascinating living museum of Filipino and Spanish colonial architecture dating back to 1740. The tours and activities were most informative. The food at the restaurant was top notch, some of the best Filipino food I’ve had in the Philippines. If you can afford the hefty price tag, it’s worth it to stay in one of the elegant refurbished villas. One caveat, the cobbled streets can be difficult for seniors and many of the facilities are not accessible for persons with disabilities.