Tagaytay has been a go-to destination for quick getaways for decades. Hence, the bevy of lodging options that pop up year after year.
Run-of-the-mill hotels and inns are aplenty while boutique hotels that boast exclusivity and tranquility are either super expensive, far from where the action is, or both.
But just a few minutes from Tagaytay City Market, one will reach Kasa Luntian.
Alveo Land, a subsidiary of Ayala Land, developed Kasa Luntian as its first foray into leisure developments. In collaboration with Hospitality Innovators Inc. (HII)–the same property management that manages Azumi Boutique Hotel, Parque España, Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences et al–the units of The Serviced Residences at Kasa Luntian promise cool stays with warm service.
The community doesn’t look much from the Tagaytay-Calamba road level, but you’ll be surprised how expansive its premises are. I’m amazed that the location is very accessible yet it feels pretty secluded once you’re inside.
Front Desk is located at The Lanai – a strip of restaurants and commercial establishments.
While we enjoyed our time in Atlantis, we needed a vacation from vacation before going back home, and Rixos The Palm fit the bill. It’s probably the most ‘affordable’ of all hotels in Palm Jumeirah, too.
Arriving at Rixos was like stepping in an airport. But seriously, we’re digging the industrial interiors.
With the rising temperature, I’m sure everyone’s itching for a summer getaway. And if you’re like me who loves lounging by the pool, then here’s my personal list of Instagram-worthy swimming pools you should check out.
Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens & Spa
You’ve probably seen it on TV a lot lately, and I totally get why it’s often featured.
This infinity pool within Loreland Resort boasts of sweeping views of Laguna de Bay and Metro Manila
Bring your girl friends or your partner and avail of their spa services for the ultimate R&R.