Feel Amihan in this Balinese & Moroccan-Themed Oasis in Tagaytay

Photo by Hidden Pines Suites

The Amihan season is in full swing, with Pinoys enjoying cooler breeze this time of year. Many flock to cooler destinations like Baguio and Tagaytay to take advantage of the trade winds. If you’re one of them, we found one place in Tagaytay worth checking out: Hidden Pines Suites!

This lovely private resort offers beautiful Balinese and Moroccan-inspired wooden cabins and amenities, surrounded by pines and greenery. With rooms starting at P2,500 on weekdays, it’s an ideal destination for city dwellers looking for a quick escape from the Metro.

There is no WiFi in the resort, making it the perfect destination for digital detox and bonding and with the family (or your friends).


Hidden Pines Suites is located in the quiet town of Alfonso, Cavite, which enjoys balmy weather. It’s easily accessible via SLEX and is located only 1-2 hours from Manila.

Photo by Hidden Pines Suites. This intricately designed wooden panel comes straight from Thailand!


Hidden Pines Suites offers a suite of on-site amenities for utmost relaxation:

  • Restaurant. The restaurant offers a well-curated selection of international dishes. Both overnight guests and non-in house guests can dine in. The latter need to book reservations via FB messenger or via mobile number +639458121401. Guests may also request in-room dining.
  • Outdoor pool. Enjoy a dip in the Moroccan-inspired pool, while surrounded by a lush backyard garden.
  • Pool bar. Available for in-house guests, the pool bar is an excellent spot for enjoying cocktails and pica-pica, especially after or in between laps. Enjoy Latin music by the poolside during cocktail hour (from 3 to 5 pm).
  • Horseback riding. The resort has its own pony, which is popular with kids!
  • Complimentary parking space

Activities/ nearby attractions

Aside from in-house activities, Hidden Pines Suites is strategically located close to popular Tagaytay attractions. 

  • Twin Lakes. Enjoy a panoramic view of Taal Volcano from one of Tagaytay’s most popular destinations
  • Kampo Trexo. Situated next to the Hidden Pines, Kampo Trexo is ideal for outdoor lovers, with its host of nature-based activities and sites, including trekking, bonfire setup, and a hanging bridge.
  • Splendido. For golfers, Splendido Golf Course offers both beginner and advanced-level courses for leisurely plays. Guests can rent golf clubs from Hidden Pines Suites too.
  • Gingerbread House.


Hidden Pines Suites features 11 accommodations, ranging from Balinese-themed wooden “glamping” rooms to well-furnished luxe suites.

All rooms can accommodate a maximum of 2 persons, while suites sleeps a maximum of 3 persons.

Garden Cabin Glamping

Surrounded by lush greenery and pine trees, this Balinese-themed glamping cabin features a private balcony and dining area.

  • Rate: Starts at P2272.72 
  • Number of rooms: 5

Poolside Cabin Glamping

This Balinese-themed wooden cabin affords guests direct access to the outdoor pool, plus a private balcony and dining area.

  • Rate: Starts at P2363.63
  • Number of rooms: 3

Pool-facing Cabin Glamping

Like the poolside cabin, this Balinese-inspired cabin comes with a private balcony and dining area and has direct access to the pool. 

  • Rate: Starts at P2545.45
  • Number of rooms: 1

Deluxe Room Suite

This artsy room is equipped with its own private bathroom and dining area. It sleeps a maximum of 3 people.

  • Rate: Starts at P2727.27 
  • Number of rooms: 1

Superior Room Suite

This classy room comes with its own private bathroom and dining area. It sleeps a maximum of 3 people.

  • Rate: Starts at P3636.36
  • Number of rooms: 1

Reminders & tips

Photo by Hidden Pines Suites
  • Kids are allowed, but please make sure to check with the LGU for the latest travel protocols.
  • There is no WiFi.
  • 1 room per checkout. If booking more than 1 room, book via Facebook messenger.
  • All rooms have a maximum of 2 guests (3 for suites).

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