If you frequently visit Tagaytay, you probably have a go-to hotel in mind. But, it doesn’t hurt to try new options for accommodations when you’re in the area. Thankfully, these accommodations are beautiful and packed with amenities that will make your trips memorable. Aside from visiting new spots, you can get more experiences by staying in new places. Read on to know more about the cozy staycations in Tagaytay!
Location:Kaybagal South Tagaytay, Cavite, Tagaytay City
Rates:Start at PhP4,350 depending on room type and booking date
Hotel Casiana was opened to the public in December 2020.
Image: Hotel Casiana Facebook page
Located at the heart of Tagaytay City, Hotel Casiana is your go-to hotel if you want to stay near the popular spots in the city like Sky Ranch and Picnic Grove. With over 100 cozy Scandinavian-themed rooms, you will be relaxing in a comfy and stylish hotel.
Amenities include a full-equipment gym, bar, cafe, restaurant, heated pool, and spa. All rooms also have balconies to see the picturesque view of Taal Lake. Air purifiers are also placed in all rooms, giving you fresher and cleaner air. For guest safety, Hotel Casiana also offers care kits with face masks, disinfecting wipes, alcohol, and disposable gloves in all rooms.
Location:Crisanto Delos Reyes-Formerly Amadeo Rd. Tagaytay City
Rates:Start at PhP7,700 depending on room type and booking date
The warm furniture and wooden accent give The Villa a cozy cottage vibe.
Image: Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay Facebook page
Where to go in Tagaytay for a relaxing staycation? See The Villa—Hotel Kimberly’s latest addition to their array of accommodations. Located next to the central hotel, The Villa is suitable for big families looking for more private cozy accommodations. Aside from the usual amenities, The Villa is different from the main hotel in that you can enjoy bonfires and relaxing massages. Apart from staycations, The Villa is ideal for intimate weddings, retreats, and private gatherings.
Location:Purok 156, B-2 L-9, Tagaytay-Talisay Road, San Jose, Tagaytay City
Rates:PhP2,700 per night
Chill Chill House was opened to the public in September 2020.
Image: chill.chill.house Facebook page
If you’re a minimalist looking for Instagram-worthy accommodation, you will love Chill Chill House. As its name suggests, Chill Chill House lets you chill out and relax in their comfy rooms. The Japanese-owned accommodation offers a great view of Taal Lake, where you can enjoy a complimentary breakfast on the rooftop. Its proximity to Ayala Malls Serin is also an advantage if you want to do quick shopping. Aside from these features, guests also love the “Stairway to Heaven” installation, where you can take breathtaking pictures perfect for the ‘Gram.
Location:Tagaytay - Nasugbu Hwy 4120 Tagaytay City, Philippines
Rates (suitable for 8 pax):
Weekdays and Sunday, PhP13k per night
Weekend and Holidays, PhP15k per night
The American Villa has Boho-inspired interiors.
Image: Wind Suites Tagaytay
This 750 sqm-property is Wind Suites Tagaytay’s latest offering. Like the Chill Chill House, the American Villa also features minimalist interiors. It is also conveniently close to restaurants and malls in the city. The basic amenities included are a fully furnished living room, kitchen, and dining areas. Amenities include a main bedroom and two guest rooms. You can specify the number of beds needed per room for bigger groups. Recreational activities like arcades, billiards, and swimming are also accessible at The American Villa. Small breed dogs are also allowed as long as they are wearing diapers.
Start your Tagaytay trips at these latest accommodations! VisitYoorekka Magazinefor more travel stories and tourist spots in Tagaytay and Southern Luzon!
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This article was initially published in Yoorekka on July 06, 2021.
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