Zone II, Brgy. San Jose (Show on map)
Tiny Taal Volcano and the namesake lake surrounding it draws, at the very least, a quick admiring glance even from jaded Tagaytay visitors.
Travelers on the Tagaytay – Calamba Road and Aguinaldo Highway only catch fleeting glimpses of this unique attraction. Marvel at the handy work of mighty geologic forces from Estancia Resort Hotel’s lakeview rooms, an amenity few Tagaytay hotel’s can offer frequent guests will appreciate that their quite, private retreat has maintained the same generous open spaces between rooms, a luxury fast disappearing in many other properties.
Sightseeing tours to Taal and other nearby attractions can be arranged by the Front Desk. Guests can also while away the time in the indoor, outdoor pools and recreation room. The hotel’s function rooms are also popular and are often booked for corporate events and social gatherings.
• Check In : 14:00
• Check Out : 12:00
• GMT Time : +08:00 - Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi
Estancia Resort Hotel is about 60 kilometers or one and half hours drive from Makati. It is located in Bgy. San Jose, less than a kilometer from the Tagaytay rotunda or one and half kilometers from the city market coming from Sta. Rosa Laguna.
Tagaytay Picnic Grove
Tagaytay's playground is the popular Picnic Grove. Huts line the gentle slopes. It is a prime location, providing the finest view of the volcano far below.
People's Park In The Sky
A blending of natural and man-made attractions, poised on the highest point of Tagaytay City. It stands on a 4,516 sq, meters solid ground and overlooks four bodies of water – Taal Lake, Balayan Bay, Laguna de Bay and Manila Bay.
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de Leon, Ana. Estrellita
Very polite staffs. Beautiful and quite place. We really enjoyed our stay there especially the kids. With the pool overlooking the Taal lake, the game room, the jacuzzi, sauna and waking up with such a nice view...really felt so close to nature. What a wonderful and serene place. ; )
Genuine Asiatravel.com guest review
Booked a double bed got two singles. First room had a nasty sewage smell. Shower screen leaked and flooded whole bathroom. Reported missing remote control but was not addressed. No complementary water in bathroom. Water kettle was available but no coffee/ tea sachets...out of stock, but had to be paid for anyway. We wanted orange juice at breakfast , had to pay extra for that but was out of stock, just as mango juice. We were woken up at nine in the morning with a question whether it was ok to clean the room at five pm. But on returning in the evening at ten nothing was cleaned. We also had lots of ants crawling around.
If you drive through the city during holiday breaks you can end up in traffic for up to three hours on a stretch that normally takes 15 minutes at most. You will miss your restaurant booking!!
The hotel location is beautiful with nice views but it has serious management problems.
Santorini rooms is quite small compare to other hotel that we visited like in comparable to camayan beach resort in terms of value of accommodation.
Everything was A ok until check out where they said they couldn't see the face towels. I personally used and placed the towel in the sink but when we checked the room, it was placed behind the toilet bowl. How it went there, i don't know but I found out that it was P100 a piece. The one in the counter before us was having the same problem. Not sure if the issue are the same though. I'll leave that up to you. To add, the towels have a little odor which is the same as when clothes aren't completely dry before keeping them.
Duldulao, Eugene Lloyd
Room is located overlooking taal volcano.
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