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Tagaytay: Royale Parc Hotel Grand Launching


A hotel that promises to make time stop for a moment have officially just launched and have opened their doors to the public last Nov. 7, 2019. A promising place to vanish or at least ease the noise of the hustling busy metro world and allow guests to take their time to relax, forget the world for a moment, rest their head, cherish privacy at their well designed rooms and  wake up to a cozy cold weather of Tagaytay.



Royale Parc Hotel : Where time stands still

A stay here is an experience that calls for guests to just sit, chat and take a moment to appreciate the slow steady days, take their time while enjoying the cold breeze and lush views surrounding the property.

Royale Parc Tagaytay


This hotel in Tagaytay has an ideal location given that it is just beside the main highway of Tagaytay, it is not hard to find. It is very much accessible not only by private vehicles, but also via public transportation such as the Nasugbu-bound bus from Manila. Very easy for families or group of friends to reach the hotel even during a DIY trip , a group tour or to commute [bus fare is budget-friendly].  

The Hotel Lobby


As the digital era audience may ask, yes the place is indeed instagram worthy. The Hotel Lobby merges earth tones, with plants and wood interiors plus the fine lines of steel, visitors are easily transported to a much relaxed state of mind.  Not to mention their promising upscale barn-style architecture, it will totally captivate any traveler’s heart.



Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay

Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay currently has 44 well-appointed rooms. Each one is unique since no two rooms have the same design. The rooms are welcoming guests as if they haven’t even left their own home. Design elements are made of wood and metal which makes everything else simple, minimal but really elegant.

Royale Parc Hotel Rooms

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One may also notice the recycled designs in the room(s) which showcases the sustainability commitment of the hotel during its construction an amazing treat!

Rooms have high ceiling and a sliding wood door of the bathroom. Each rooms also have a balcony with a view of the pool area and outdoor Jacuzzi, which glows as the sky turns darker at night.  Mornings are cozier too.

Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay


The hotel has an in-house Filipino restaurant called Dekada which is from the group behind SumoSam.  Dekada specializes in presenting heirloom recipes served with ‘history’ – 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.  


Dekada has their unique set of must try decadent rice bowls that will surely be a hit with its sumptuous servings and delectable Asian-inspired flavors: Angus Beef Tapa, Chicken Inasal Satay, Gourmet Spicy Tuyo, Muscovado Beef Pares, and more! 


For dessert

You may choose from ‘Sweet Nostalgia’, a medley of chocolate cake, vanilla ice cream, and banana Q.  There’s also the creative ‘Suman at Mangga Pandan Crepe Rolls’, ‘Choknut Turon ala Mode’ and the ‘Taho at Kesong Puti Cheesecake’ – truly divine and Filipino! 

For drinks

Dekada offers its ‘Thirst for Freedom’ lineup: fresh juice and shake flavors like dalandan, calamansi, and watermelon as well as dessert drinks like Ube Shake and Mango Sago.  

All-day merienda fares like Pancit Palabok, Pancit Bihon, tokwa’t baboy, okoy, and palitaw are also available. 


The Recreation area

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A thriving pine tree caught my attention as I approach the recreation area. Stunning way of reminding guests that urban and nature does go well together. A powerful way of showcasing sustainability and promoting a responsible lifestyle.


So if you are looking for a place in Tagaytay to escape the noise of the bustling city, I suggest you book your next staycation at this an upscale barn-style architecture themed hotel!


What I’m wearing?

Look for the launching was a mixture of Marks and spencer ‘Animal print’ long sleeves dress, a F21 pair of city open boots , Charles and Keith Bag.

Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay



Levy Amosin

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