5 Reasons Why Royale Parc Hotel is Your Picture-Perfect Home in Tagaytay

The Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay promises a time-stopping tranquil experience for anyone who needs to take a break from the bustling life of the city.

Sitting on a mountain ridge just above the beautiful Taal Lake, Tagaytay City in Cavite is one of the go-to destinations for city dwellers seeking a quick respite from their busy city lives. Being just about two hours away from Manila by car, travelers can already get their dose of cool climate, fresh breeze, lush greeneries, and mesmerizing views from the town, making it the more alluring for anyone who just wants to lie down, relax, and take their time to enjoy some peace of mind.

The newly-launched Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay escalates what this town can offer, promising a time-stopping tranquil experience for its guests through a very home-like atmosphere and amiable servicing from the staff.

“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,” this is according to Nilda Diaz Serrano, the hotel’s Corporate General Manager.

So if you’re planning to head south and spend some time to loosen up in Tagaytay, we’re giving you five reasons why the Royale Parc Hotel is your ideal home within the town.

A convenient location for both the outdoor traveler and staycation seeker.

First off, the Royale Parc Hotel is quite easy to locate even for commuters. It stands just beside Tagaytay’s main highway, making it highly-accessible to both private and public vehicles, including the Nasugbu-bound bus from Manila. So if you’re considering a budget-friendly trip, this hotel is just a bus away.

While the place is too comfy to resist a full staycation, outgoing travelers with a packed Tagaytay itinerary will also find the hotel to be a convenient jump-off point as it is located at the center of Tagaytay’s most popular destinations. The famed amusement park, Sky Ranch is just 10 minutes away from the hotel by car; Puzzle Mansion is just 15 minutes away; while other famed spots like the People’s Park in the Sky, Picnic Grove, Tierra de Maria, and Museo Orlina will each consume just about 20 to 30 minutes of travel time from the hotel.

So if you want to save time and avoid hassles on your trip from Manila to Tagaytay, and from your hotel to these spots, we highly recommend Royale Parc Hotel as your stay-place.

Chic interior and ‘Gram-worthy corners.

Once you enter the hotel, you’ll be greeted by their spacious lobby with a very homey setting. Posh sofas are matched with small living room tables that are topped with familial home decors, while at one corner stands a mock-up fireplace made with bricks and packed with wood, keeping up with the lobby’s cozy cabin vibe.

This kind of ambience is kept all throughout the hotel, and besides their rooms and in-house pool which will be tackled later on in this feature, there are also a number of picture-perfect spots within the hotel’s premises to help you bring home the best memories of your Royale Parc Hotel stay.


Large and luxurious rooms for a comfy staycation.

The rooms are pretty large here at the Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay and you’d probably struggle getting up from their soft and comfortable beds. They have 44 luxurious rooms divided into four types: the Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Deluxe Family Room, and Suites.

Like the whole ambience of the hotel, each room gives off a calming vibe with its off-white walls complemented by wooden accents and muted blue hues; a riveting representation of nature and how it can put to ease one’s weary soul. There’s also the balcony for each room, perfect for one’s morning coffee or for sharing an evening glass with somebody while enjoying the cool Tagaytay breeze.

Deluxe Family Room

As for the prices, the Superior Room which can accommodate two people has a published rate of P5,500; The Deluxe Room which can also accommodate two people but with a larger room space is priced at P7,500; the Deluxe Family Room that can accommodate up to four occupants has a published rate of P8,500; and the Suites, which can offer the most comfort for two occupants each, have published rates ranging from P8,500 to P10,000. Each room also avails its occupants a free breakfast at the hotel’s in-house restaurant. Additional fees include an extra person which costs P1,000, and an extra mattress with breakfast which costs P1,300. A maximum of 2 children aged 12 years old and below are free of charge.

Suite Number 3

A pool that turns ambient in the evening.

Perhaps the most eye-catching among its amenities, Royale Parc’s huge and sparkling pool and jacuzzi is placed at the wide open space in the middle of the hotel’s lodgings. But wait until it turns dark because the pool begets a more relaxing vibe with ambient lights and some chill music in the background, freeing your tired mind and letting it just sway with the pool’s little ripples.

That decadent Filipino fare at Dekada.

A hotel isn’t the ‘full package’ without having an upscale in-house restaurant to go with its deluxe amenities. Here at Royale Parc Hotel, you can indulge in the historic Filipino cuisine of Dekada.

The restaurant’s interior contains Filipino classic elements like carved wood and capiz, given a modern touch with pop artworks featuring our local heroes like Jose Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo, and Gen. Antonio Luna. The dishes that they serve here also take its names from Filipino and foreign figures that had big contributions to our country's rich history, like Goyong (Kare-Kareng Bagnet with Chocnut), Malvar (Garlic Pata), Gomburza (Ox-tail tripe Kare-Kare), Rizal (Sizzling Bulalo Steak), and Melchora (Chicken Binakol) to name a few. The dishes' opulent taste does not disappoint either and each lives up to the reputable name that it has been given. Know more about Dekada's dishes here.

Goyong (P368)
Kare-Kareng bagnet with chocnut.
McKinley (P168/100g)
Deep fried Lapu-Lapu with mango sweet and sour.
Lumpiang Palabok (P228)
Inihaw na Mahi Mahi with patis-mansi.

In conclusion, the Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is definitely a staycation haven for anyone who needs a piece of peace. While the town’s most visited destinations are just a few minutes drive away, the moments of calm and serenity that the hotel can offer are hard to contest. But hey, why not have the best of both worlds? Take some time to relax and once you’re recharged spend some time outdoors. After all, Tagaytay is rich with beautiful landscapes and fun activities for an all-in vacation.

The check in time at the Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is 4PM while check out time is on or before 12PM. For inquiries and reservations, you may contact them through this email: sales.royaleparctagaytay@gmail.com or through these numbers:0923-0889055/ (02) 984-1297 / (046) 402-1980. You may also check out their Facebook page for more details.

Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is located at Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Silang Junction West, Tagaytay City, Cavite.


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