The city of Tagaytay is a favorite destination for locals looking to escape from Metro Manila and for foreigners looking for a cooler destination to hang out. There are many activities to do and sights to see.
If you’re planning to stay overnight or for a couple of days, consider booking your from these 10 best hotels in Tagaytay City.
“We love Taal Vista Hotel. Indeed you’ll discover another chapter of Tagaytay City when you booked here. The staff even prepared a surprise birthday cake for our son (so thoughtful!)” – Mary G. M.
With its distinct country lodge facade, Taal Vista Hotel stands out along the busy street of Aguinaldo Highway. It enjoys a central location and is within walking distance of one of the major tourist spots in Tagaytay – SkyRanch.
Each of its well-appointed and spacious room is an epitome of classic grandeur. Depending on which suite type you’ll book, you can either have a view of the hotel courtyard, SkyRanch, or the panoramic Taal Lake and Volcano.
Within the hotel, there are already many things you can do with your loved ones and friends. Watch live traditional dance performance while you’re having lunch at their Veranda restaurant, relax in their outdoor swimming pool, or wonder at the beautiful Tagaytay scenery.
Off the main road, but still centrally located, Escala Tagaytay has already become the latest favorite hotel in Tagaytay. Boasting a stunning vista of the Taal Lake and Volcano, you can take photos with it as your background either in their sky deck, in their infinity pool, or in the comfort of your private suite.
Want to de-stress fully? Take advantage of their in-room massage service or burn off some calories in their fully-equipped fitness center.
“Good ambiance. Quiet and clean hotel. Love the view. Courteous staffs. Thumbs up!” – Ana D. L.
Summit Ridge Tagaytay is highly recommended for travelers who want to be in a very accessible location. From the hotel, you can easily catch a jeepney going to Tagaytay’s popular tourist destinations and public facilities. The Summit Ridge Promenade is an attraction itself in the city.
The spectacular view from the rooms, big suites, and friendly staff are also more than enough incentives to book a room in this four-star property.
“A happy stay and good food” – Anthony A. O.
One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites is one of the best places to stay in Tagaytay City. The rooms are spacious and comfortable for everyone in the family. From its friendly staff welcoming you from the door, the quick check-in service, to the basket of fruits and bottled water they’ll leave in your room, to its well-equipped gym and infinity swimming pool, you’d feel as if you’re living like a king.
WiFi connection is available all over the property, so you can post your vacation photos on Facebook or Instagram.
If you’ve enjoyed the complimentary breakfast, wait until you have tried having lunch or dinner at the hotel’s all-day restaurant, Amacena Restaurant. The restaurant, headlined by celebrity chef Luigi Muhlach, serves a mean array of fusion to comfort dishes. Try their Dinakdakang Chicharon and Crispy US Beef Kare-Kare.
“Best stay ever! Nice place, friendly staff, best location. What more could you asked for! Days hotel has it all!” – Rosalie Q.
Treat yourself to a fantastic view of the Taal Lake and Taal Volcano when you stay in Days Hotel Tagaytay. Many guests commend the hotel for its comfortable rooms, deluxe amenities, helpful staff, and the garden.
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city as it’s one of the few hotels in Tagaytay that offers an affordable place to stay in the quieter side of Tagaytay.
And if you’re looking for a great food place, there are restaurants nearby. There’s Fire Lake Grill, where you can get some steak and barbecues; Seferino’s Shabu-Shabu Restaurant for night entertainment and classic grilled dinner specials; and Chinese food restaurant Mandarin Express.
For foreign visitors who need some extra Philippine pesos, there’s a currency exchange service in the hotel.
“Our stay our great! The staff are good. And thanks for keeping my card.” – Jean M. G.
Looking for a hotel that’s good value for money? You’ve come at the right place when you stay in Tagaytay Country Hotel. Whether you’re a traveling duo or a group of five, they offer comfortable rooms at a great price.
They’ve also anticipated all your needs! Their amenities goes beyond the usual pool, restaurant, and function room. You can take advantage of their in-house bar, salon, casino, tennis courts and more.
“It was a good place for rest and relaxation. All the staff were very friendly and polite.” – Abigail D. A.
Warm and welcoming service and rooms await you when you book your stay in Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay. Their hospitable staff will make you feel at home, making it a great place to unwind and relax. Each room feature chic and modern amenities.
“Great experience. Will definitely go back.” – Janna C. T.
Created with you and your family’s utmost convenience, The Lake Hotel Tagaytay is a great choice for a getaway in the city. Planning a staycation? You can relax in the pool, have a massage, or sing your heart out in their KTV lounges. And if you’re coming back after a fun-filled day of exploring, expect a comfy stay in your fully-equipped rooms.
“Staffs are smiling face all the time and the ambiance is so relaxing. The spot that we like the most is the “Love Language” area. Pretty sure to recommend this hotel to our friends and relatives!” – Samantha J.
View Park Hotel first opened its doors to guests on 2007. And since then, they have been giving top-notch services that are very much appreciated by their visitors. Its suites and amenities provide couples, friends, and families a comfortable yet affordable time to relax and chill in Tagaytay.
You should definitely stay in for the hotel’s acoustic night every Saturday or their excellent spa facilities. Their friendly staff will welcome you with free drinks and a souvenir, and will bid goodbye after checking out with a thank you SMS.
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