If you’ve been around Tagaytay City often, I’m sure the town has become so closely familiar that it feels like home away from home. Most experiences in Tagaytay speak of fond memories that date back from childhood, memories such as the sweet smell of the buko pie store, the foggy picnic spot uphill, and the restaurant with the best tasting Bulalo make trips to Tagaytay hard to forget.
Have you recently visited the cool mountain ridge of Tagaytay? Take one quick drive along the main road and a drastic change shall greet you. One of the town’s landmark establishments, Royale Parc Hotel, underwent a major transformation.
Once remembered for its iconic facade that features a grand gold-and-black staircase, Royale Parc Hotel today sports a fresher look with a brand new facelift. It showcases warm tones derived from the harmony of gold and blue pastel hues, stone wall accents, log cabin elements, and sleek glass design that make the overall atmosphere feel homey and relaxing. It sure is impossible to ignore!
Only 2 hours away from Manila by car – or 3 hours or so via commute – you may now take a little breather from the bustling city life and savor the tranquility in a quaint cabin-chic corner that Royale Parc Hotel offers. Feel the chilly temperature or enjoy a lovely dip at the pool or outdoor jacuzzi. The hotel has its in-house restaurant called Dekada which specializes in Filipino cuisine!
You know staycations have been extra remarkable when it’s hard to leave the bedroom. Royale Parc Hotel’s King Deluxe Suite stars a king-sized bed, smart television with cable, a mini-fridge, closet, bathroom equipped with a hot-and-cold shower and toilet. Every room also comes with its own balcony!
While Royale Parc Hotel invites you to stay indoors the whole time, the hotel is a favorable spot if you’re visiting Tagaytay’s favorite destinations. Just a few minutes away, you may access the following tourist attractions: Paradizoo, Our Lady of Manaoag at Tierra de Maria, Sky Ranch, People’s Park in the Sky, Picnic Grove, Museo Orlina, and Puzzle Mansion.
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