• Where to Stay in Tagaytay: 15 Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, and Rentals

    Making Tagaytay a weekend stay has become a tradition for many families.
    by Renzie Baluyut .
Where to Stay in Tagaytay: 15 Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, and Rentals
PHOTO BY Escala Tagaytay and Hotel Kimberly via Instagram
  • Tagaytay has a good number of family-friendly attractions like the SkyRanch, Paradizoo, or the People's Park in the Sky, among others (check out our  list of destinations you may not have visited here). So making it a weekend getaway has become a tradition for many families. As far as accommodations go, you have a lot of options, from hotels and resorts to bed-and-breakfasts and Airbnb. Here are a few recommended places to stay next time you're planning a family vacation in Metro Tagaytay.  

    HOTELS
    It's great to be pampered once in a while, and hotels are the way to go when to comes to just taking it easy. Everything you need to have a good time is on-premises — you have room service, warm and accommodating staff, and they most likely have something fun for the kids in line with the season or some upcoming special holiday.

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    TOP PICK: Hotel Kimberly
    Consistently top-rating on TripAdvisor, Hotel Kimberly has done an outstanding job in repositioning its itself as the most kid-friendly hotel in Metro Tagaytay. It has comfortable rooms, an excellent in-house restaurant cafe, and some of the most courteous and best-trained hotel staff Tagaytay City has to offer.

    And there are a lot of the fun things your kids can do — playgrounds, swimming pools, and a backyard farm with all sorts of animals.

    Your little ones can join in on the daily feeding schedules supervised by the groundskeepers.  On some nights, they even have bonfires for roasting s'mores, and outdoor movies complete with snacks for the kids.

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    Address: Amadeo Road, Barangay Kaybagal North, Crisanto M. De Los Reyes Ave, Tagaytay, 4120 Cavite 
    Call +632 521-1888 / +6346 483-8888

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    Other hotel picks

    View Park Hotel
    It's just right across Picnic Grove. Call +632 584-4090 +63 917-5446396 +63 922-8851516 

    Escala Tagaytay
    One of the newest hotels in Tagaytay. Its claim to fame: that swimming pool of theirs with a stunning view of Taal Lake. Call +632 519-4444 / +632 967-4444 / +63 917-6753806

    Nurture Wellness Village
    It has a new restaurant (Gabriela), options for glamping  (glamorous camping), and lots of other on-ground activities for guests. Call +632 710-9786 / +63 918-888-8772

    Crosswinds Resort Suites
    The family can fly kites, do some bird-watching, and walk the picturesque trails around this Tagaytay hotel. Call +632 856-9601 / +63 917 571-4284

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    BED AND BREAKFAST 
    Bed-and-breakfasts are great if you've already mapped out your activities for your Tagaytay visit since you'll stay to sleep, freshen up, and store your stuff.

    TOP PICK: Potter's Ridge 
    This is good value-for-money, given its price range (for Tagaytay), its accessibility, and the view from atop Tagaytay Ridge. It's not located along the busier stretch of the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, but is instead closer to Batangas, with Twin Lakes, Sonya's Garden, Breakfast at Antonio's, and kid-friendly attractions like Preziosa Botanic Park and Farm Resort, The Puzzle Museum, Reptiland, and The Gingerbread House, among others.

    Address: Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, Alfonso, Cavite
    Call +6346 413-0368

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    Other B&B picks

    The Inn at Cliffhouse
    A little pricey, but we say it's worth it. Aside from The Inn, Cliffhouse itself is home to some of Tagaytay's greatest restaurants, including Fire Lake Grill, Buon Giorno, and Concha's. Call +6346 483-2093

    Sonya's Garden
    Don't forget to tour the gardens for some great pictures, and stop by the shops for some great stuff to bring home. Call +63 917-5335140

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    Balay Indang
    Kids can play in the garden, go swim in the pool, or learn a little bit more about nature. Also nearby are two other sister establishments, Wilson's Place, and Yoki's Farm. Call +63 917-8374261 / +63 917-8665825

    Piña Colina Resort
    This one's located more towards the Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa Road, which brings it close to Rowena's, Good Shepherd/Bahay Pastulan, Mozu at Ming's Garden, and the Tagaytay Public Market. Call +63 927-5765455

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    AIRBNB
    More and more locals have opened the doors to their vacation houses or country homes to welcome guests coming over to stay in Tagaytay for a night or two. Airbnb rentals are rather popular in Tagaytay, a refreshing alternative to the more traditional hotels and resorts.

    TOP PICK: Nana's Farm Tagaytay
    Ideal for a family of four, Nana's Farm Tagaytay has consistently received excellent reviews from guests staying at this one-bedroom country guesthouse. Visitors talk about the good wifi connection, the bathtub, Netflix on a large TV, and fresh Amadeo coffee. You have the option to have homecooked meals if you choose to stay in or arrange for a picnic or some camping on the grounds.

    To book it on Airbnb, click here.

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    Other Airbnb picks:


    The Blue Cottage Tagaytay. Good for 15 guests with three bedrooms. To book it on Airbnb, click here.

    Garden Terrace at Plant Bistro. Good for six guests with one bedroom. To book it on Airbnb, click here.


    Sweet Escape Tagaytay. Good for four guests with one bedroom. To book it on Airbnb, click here.

    Nest Tagaytay. Good for four guests with one bedroom. To book it on Airbnb, click here.

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    Renzie Baluyut creates and manages websites, does digital marketing, and runs a boutique cake shop from his home office in Amadeo, Cavite. By day, he and his wife are in the business of weddings, events, and real estate. By night, they spend as much time as they can with their infant son, singing classic Sesame Street songs, and going through a collection of Dr. Seuss books.

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