Newly opened Royale Parc Hotel in breezy Tagaytay has proven that it’s a “destination worth the time and travel” after its successful hosting of SEA Games athletes recently. Previous guests also attest to it.
Guests who came from all over Southeast Asia were provided with tranquility as soon as they stepped inside the lobby of the hotel, which was formally launched in November 2019.
The hotel, which was rebuilt from an old structure, became the athlete’s respite after the grueling competition for the gold medal.
“We are very delighted with the response of the guests to Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay. We are proud of our 44 rooms, our world-class amenities, and our hospitable service,” enthused Nilda Diaz-Serrano, the hotel’s corporate general manager. “What they noted is the fact that our hotel is already complete in itself.”
Aside from the comfortable rooms furnished with plush bed and modern amenities, guests are afforded dining option at the in-house restaurant Dekada. Operated by the same group which handles SumoSam, Dekada offers heirloom Filipino dishes with a story.
During the hotel’s formal launch, Tagaytay Mayor Agnes Tolentino lauded the hotel’s owners, management, and team members, claiming Royale Parc will be “another sought-after hotel” in Tagaytay which will “complement the various tourism attractions of the highlands.”
Tolentino expects that tourists will be visiting and revisiting Tagaytay because of the added attraction of staying in Royale Parc Hotel.
Aside from Mayor Tolentino, city councilors also attended the event together with members of the Tagaytay City Tourism Office led by Jellane Mendoza.
Call 0923-0889055 or (02) 984-1297 or (046) 402-1980, or email [email protected] for inquiries and reservations.
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