Hotel on Spotlight: Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay

Tagaytay is one of those places that continue to attract tourists from all walks of life, and the Taal Volcano eruption and COVID-19 did little to quell such thirst. With plenty to see, taste, and experience – and highly accessible roads that bring people from Manila and Tagaytay and back in 2 hours tops – Cavite’s own little Baguio is an excellent day tour and overnight destination.

A wide range of accommodations can be found in Tagaytay and many continue to rise.

One of the most recent hotels to open its doors is Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay, which was refurbished to exude a more contemporary, cozier, and true-to-home ambiance that’s truly worth staying in for a night or two. Launched in November, the updated property has already proven to be a crowd pleaser with its stylish and homey offerings. 


Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay features homey, spacious, and well-furnished rooms that are tastefully designed with wood and stone. Each room has been uniquely designed – no two rooms are the same – with recycled materials, which serve as a testament to the hotel’s sustainability efforts. 

Rooms come with complimentary WiFi, breakfast for two, en suite bathroom, and a work desk. Room rates are inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges.

  • Superior Room – good for 2; P5,500 per night
  • Deluxe Room – good for 3; P7,500
  • Deluxe Family Room – good for 4; P8,500
  • Suite 1 & 2 – good for 2; P8,500
  • Suite 3 – good for 2; P10,000

Other optional room charges: 

  • Extra person (sharing bed) – P1,000
  • Extra bed (with free breakfast) – P1,300
  • Additional breakfast – P250 per person

Check in at 2:00m pm. Check out at 12 noon. Early check in may be requested during reservation/ booking. 

Maximum of two kids ages 12 and below are allowed free of charge per room. 


Pool and jacuzzi 

The main highlight of Royale Parc Hotel is its landscaped pool and jacuzzi, which rests at the center of the property, surrounded by the rooms and suites. Complete with lounge chairs, it’s perfect for getting a tan or enjoying Tagaytay’s cool breeze. 


Dekada, the resto’s on-site restaurant, is open to both non-staying guests and booked guests alike. Led by the same group behind SumoSam, Dekada pays homage to Filipino heroes with its festive local dishes and hero- and native-themed interiors. The restaurant merges both classic and modern themes, making generous use of capiz, wood, and pop artwork.

Guests will enjoy their fresh take on Lumpiang Palabok, which was inspired by Antonio PIgafetta’s account of the Filipinos’ roasted mahi-mahi during Spanish period.

Buffet breakfast served at Dekada

You will also encounter hero-inspired dishes such as Del Pilar (chicken inasal), Aguinaldo (twice-cooked adobo), and Ponce (oven-roasted chicken). Other specialties like Duweto ng Kinilaw, Ensaladas de Alianza, and Homenajes Arroz are on offer.

Don’t miss taking home their special Buko crumble Pie, a heartwarming delicacy of soft coconut meat wrapped in warm pie crust.

Ballroom/ events space 

Hotel reception

For those who are looking for a venue for special occasions like weddings, conferences, and other gatherings, Royale Parc offers a spacious events space that can accommodate about 100 people or more. 

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