The boyfie and I both love the relaxing ambiance of Tagaytay, hence we returned for a few days of cold weather and quiet. We booked our accommodations at Crosswinds Resorts Suites, located inside Crosswinds Tagaytay.
Crosswinds Tagaytay is a 100-hectare Swiss inspired property located on the hillside of Tagaytay.
All rooms are complete with kitchen and dining equipment and the hotel, so you can bring your own food or have your meals delivered with no corkage fee.
We booked a Studio Queen (Published Rate: Php 6000) for our stay.
Our room includes a queen-size bed, a work desk, LCD TV, and DVD player. It also has an electronic safety box, dining amenities, kitchen (with stove, microwave and cooking equipment), and refrigerator.
Bottled drinking water and the local newspaper are provided daily.
Our bathroom has a hot and cold shower and is complete with hygienic needs, towels, and hairdryer.
Our room also has internet access, though the connection can get unstable for some time.
The best part of our stay? Having this beautiful view from our balcony.
Parking is along the streets, in front of the hotel, and the outdoor pool is free of use (though we weren't able to try it because it's too cold).
Food delivery numbers were provided by the front desk during check-in. The choices were limited because of the distance of the area from the city center but good enough if you're too hungry. Only two restaurants (Cafe Voila and Coffee Bean) are located at the gate if you feel like driving a bit.
Overall, we had a wonderful stay at Crosswinds Tagaytay. We were highly impressed with the service: everyone was ready to help or assist us whenever needed, our room was always well maintained and our supplies were always restocked.
I would love to stay here again when we return to Tagaytay.
Crosswinds Resort Suites
Central Calamba Road,