Nothing says relaxing better than a serene, laid-back ambience, cool air, and warm service complemented by upscale amenities.
A new hotel in Tagaytay City has got those elements covered, offering weekend warriors a quiet respite not too far away from the metro.
The whole tranquil experience begins once guest steps into Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay.
The hotel’s lobby effortlessly merges the warm tones of wood with the fine lines of steel. There are comfortable seats and sofas to lounge in while one basks under the glow of golden lights and surrounded by the design of an upscale barn-style architecture.
“Guests who will enter Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay will immediately feel the warmth and hospitality of our place. It is the start of a journey to tranquility, where time stands still and where the stress of life and work are left behind the door,” shared Nilda Diaz Serrano, the hotel’s corporate general manager.
Standing in contrast to the wood and steel elements—as in repurposed metal pipes and corrugated steel that serve as design fixtures—is a pine tree in the middle of the concrete corner in one of the hotel’s area, a symbol of the distinct vibe of Tagaytay and the property’s commitment to green practices and sustainability.
Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay currently has 44 well-appointed rooms, each one is unique since no two have the same design. The highlights of the rooms are the high ceilings and the bathroom’s sliding doors. Rooms also have a balcony with a view of the pool.
“We are very proud to present the rooms. The rooms are spacious and modern, yet there are design elements that make it warm and cozy,” enthused Serrano.
Speaking of the pool, the Tagaytay hotel has an outdoor pool and Jacuzzi area which can accommodate more than 100 people.
For events best held indoors, Royale Parc has four function rooms and one main ballroom. Aside from a spacious venue, the ballroom, situated on the third floor, offers a panoramic view of Taal Lake.
Serrano, who has over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry here in the country and in China, brings to Tagaytay a wealth of experience by training the staff to equip them with the right skills and know-how in providing a personal and excellent service to guests.
According to the hotel, the owner envisioned Royale Parc to be a premium vacation getaway, similar to the original hotel structure that stood there decades ago. They rebuilt the hotel, transforming it into an enhanced barn-style concept but still retaining a bit of the nostalgic elements of the old structure.
Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is strategically located along Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Silang Junction West, Tagaytay City. It is accessible by private vehicles and public transportation such as the Nasugbu-bound bus from Manila. Call (02) 984-1297 / (046) 402-1980 / 0923-0889055 or email [email protected] for inquiries and reservations.
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