Saturday, July 03, 2010

One Tagaytay Place Hotel

We were wondering where to stay in Tagaytay and we tried out ONE TAGAYTAY PLACE HOTEL.

Guests were treated to a cold dalandan juice at the reception.

Treats were easily accessible at One Tagaytay Place Hotel.
Rowena's Tarts has a branch here and 7 Eleven was just around the corner.

Complimentary breakfast buffet was available across the hotel. 

It was the worst hotel buffet breakfast I've tried :(
Service was okay though.

Fried rice tasted weird and old. Tocino was too fatty and sweet. 
and the bangus... oh my! Their bangus was so soggy with oil!!! Unbelievable!
Luckily, they also provided bread, butter and jam. However, it really takes a long time to toast the breads and you only get to toast a couple at a time :)

Function rooms were available for business meetings and team planning.

Kids will also love the infinity pool. Just make sure swimming activity is scheduled in the morning so they won't get too cold because it's located on top of the building :)

The room was small yet cozy.
but it needs more lighting fixtures because even the lamps cannot provide good lighting if you want to read a book on the bed, which was a bit stiff by the way. A soft cottony mattress protector would definitely help.

Dresser and closet were small but it's okay since you can use the couch to put your extra luggage bags.
There was free wi-fi but the connection was real slow. Anyway, we used the dresser as a working desk since it is the only table available in the room where you can still watch tv while working.
Dining table for two.
which is across the comfort room

Overall, it was a pleasant stay, sans the food :)

Barrio Sungay, Tagaytay City
(632) 584-4111
(632) 818-8318
ROOM RATES range from Php 3,190++ to Php 3,850++

From Sta. Rosa route, turn left upon reaching Tagaytay City going towards Picnic Grove.
One Tagaytay Place Hotel is behind the building shown above (with 7-eleven store not in picture). 
Once you see 7-eleven to your left, turn left on the small entrance where the One Tagaytay Place Hotel tarp is placed.

TIP:  Better park your car at the outside parking if you're bringing a big car because the basement parking is really hard to drive thru. It's very steep and the pathway is very narrow.

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