[Travel] Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay

Heading up to Tagaytay over the weekend for a quick getaway or planning a long one but you've stayed in most of the hotels and Airbnb's already? Well, there's this hotel in Tagaytay that not only is new but also promises to stop time for a moment.

Located just beside the main highway of Tagaytay in Silang Junction West, the place invites you to relax, lie down and do nothing but reminisce and take in all the tranquility. A bit away from the busy place of Tagaytay, Royale Parc Hotel is in the area that is more serene and peaceful.
Car owners can directly park their private vehicles in front. It is also accessible via public transportation like the Nasugbi-bound bus from Manila. Making it easier for families or groups of friends to reach the hotel with ease. 
Upon stepping inside Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay, you'd immediately feel a bit more relaxed. Like you're transported to a tranquil world. The warm tones of the wood really create that warm feeling that is familiar. Some windows that lets the light in, touches of steel in the interiors, comfortable seats and a very relaxing ambiance welcomes you as you step inside the upscale barn-style architecture.
“We guarantee that 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,” said Nilda Diaz Serrano, the hotel’s Corporate General Manager. 
When checking in and even before you reach your rooms, an actual pine tree in the middle of the concrete corner will welcome you giving that ultimate Tagaytay vibe. That's actually an Instagram-worthy backdrop, I'm not sure why I didn't have my photo taken there. Ha ha! 
When you see this, of course, you cannot miss the swimming pool. In the morning, guests are treated to a serene view in the middle of all rooms. Big enough that it can accommodate more than a hundred people. Not sure how or why'd you fit 100 people there but it's good to know that it can accommodate that much. With the maximum depth of 4 feet, you'd be confident enough to let your kids frolic and play in the pool while the adults can relax at the lounge chairs or at the outdoor jacuzzi. At night, the pool is lighted and changes in color.
When you reached the rooms and what you would see in the lobby, echos inside their rooms. They have design elements from wood and metal. Complemented with decorative accessories to remind you of a bit of home. Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay currently has 44 well-appointed rooms. Each one is unique since no two rooms have the same design. 
Delexe Twin Room with  two double-sized beds
Deluxe Family Room Good for 4 with two queen-sized beds.
Deluxe Room
Spacious rooms, modern and always have a space for an extra bed. That's what I liked about the room. They use of recycled designs in the rooms underscores the sustainability commitment of the hotel during its construction. 

One thing I noticed of the rooms are the high ceiling and the sliding 'barn' door of the bathroom which I loved! All rooms have a balcony area and a nice view of the pool area.

“We are very delighted and proud to present the rooms to our guests. We guarantee not only a peaceful stay but also a very restful experience for the entire family. The rooms are spacious and modern yet there are design elements that make it warm and cozy,” said Nilda. 
Every room has a minibar and other items you might need upon requests such as a hair blower or an iron. Having a view in every room isn't bad either right?

Now, if you're looking for something to chow down to, beside the hotel is a Filipino restaurant called Dekada, which is from the group behind SumoSam handled by Marvin Agustin. Dekada specializes in heirloom recipes served with 'history'. They say each dish has a story and it harks back to tales of our heroes’ conquest and bravery. Since this branch will be in Tagaytay, expect dishes that are freshly made and created with a highland twist. 
All of their drinks / juices are bottomless. (As I was told) and I do like the idea of food heritage and having some rice bowls/meal being available in case you are dining for one. I ordered the dalandan juice for my daily dose of vitamin C ( a bit sweet, but maybe they all are) and ordered their Angus Tapa because I am in search for that really good comfort food. The Tapa was a bit too fatty for my preference. Nice that they had kimchi on the side a lot of rice, for those who like a good serving of carbs. 

They have a lot of choices there. Really good ones! I didn't have the chance to try all of them out but they all look really food and well thought of. I will definitely come back to check out more food.
Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is also open to any events for any occasion. May it be a group of 20 to as large as 250 persons, Royale Parc would be able to accommodate you because the hotel has four function rooms and one main ballroom. Located on the third floor, guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the Taal Lake.

“If you want a new – and ultimate comfort – experience in Tagaytay, you do not have to spend too much for a stay at Royale Parc Hotel. Soon, we will have promos and packages to make your vacation less stressful. We guarantee not only a good time but also one that will change your view of Tagaytay to keep you wanting to come back, again and again,” concluded Nilda. 
After going around and seeing what they have to offer, I do appreciate the serenity of the place. Peace & quiet and the vibe that makes me feel so relaxed. I will definitely go back and take my whole family with me to have that complete experience.

For inquiries or reservations, call 0923-0889055/ (02) 984-1297 / (046) 402-1980 or email: sales.royaleparctagaytay@gmail.com or visit Facebook: Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay. Vist the hotel now at Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Silang Junction West, Tagaytay City.

Let me share with you the rates of Royale Parc Tagaytay

I was able to view their Suite 3 or their Presidential suite. Let me show you the photos below.

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