Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay Gets a Facelift; November Launch Eyed

September 20, 2019

As it gears up for a grand launch in November, an all-new hotel in Tagaytay promises a tranquil stay and premium hospitality: Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay.

Envisioned to be a premium vacation getaway, the hotel elevates the usual Tagaytay  experience with nostalgic elements, impeccable design, and unparalleled service. It sits on the same property as the old structure of the same name, and was expanded and rebuilt from the ground up by a team of experts in design and construction.

Spearheaded by engineer Rick Gumabay and architect Robert Ramos, the hotel’s design flawlessly combines sentimental pieces of the old structure with functionality fit for today’s modern travelers. It delights guests with barn-inspired architecture, seamlessly merging steel with warm hues of wood and complemented by cozy cushions and golden lights.

“Guests who will enter Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay will immediately feel the warmth and hospitality of our place.  It is the start of a journey to tranquility, where time stands still and where the stress of life and work are left behind the door,” said Nilda Diaz Serrano, Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay’s Corporate General Manager. A seasoned hotelier, Diaz Serrano leads the team with more than five years of hotel and resort experience in China and the Philippines.

Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay Corporate General Manager Nilda Diaz Serrano


Integrating green practices, the hotel houses a pine tree which is perfect for capturing IG-worthy selfies. Repurposed items, such as metal pipes and corrugated steel, are also used as design elements for guest room, underscoring Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay’s commitment to sustainability.


The hotel boasts 44 well-appointed rooms with high ceiling, each with its own unique design. Wood and steel dominate the space. Rooms are equipped with a balcony that overlooks the pool.

 “We are very proud to present the rooms. We guarantee not only a peaceful stay but also a very restful experience for the entire family. The rooms are spacious and modern, yet there are design elements that make it warm and cozy,” said Nilda.


For leisure, guests can bask in an outdoor Jacuzzi anda a refreshing lap pool, which is spacious enough to accommodate more than a hundred guests.


One need to look far for exceptional fare as the hotel has Dekada, a Filipino restaurant managed by the team behind SumoSam. Dekada specializes in heirloom recipes that date back to the Filipino heroes’ era.


Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay has four function rooms and one main ballroom that can cater to any corporate, government, association, and social event. Situated on the third floor, the ballroom offers panoramic views of the Taal Lake.


What makes the Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay experience more heartfelt and memorable is its staff. Trained and always at the ready to serve, the hotel’s team never fails to render service with a smile and go the extra mile to ensure guests take home unforgettable memories.


Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is ideally located just beside the main highway of Tagaytay, accessible to both private and public transportation, making it easier and economical for families and friends to reach.

To get here, guests can take a Nasugbu-bound bus from Manila.

Royale Parc Hotel Tagaytay is located at Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Silang Junction West, Tagaytay City.  

For inquiries and reservations, call 0923-0889055/ (02) 984-1297 / (046) 402-1980, or email You may also visit their Facebook page here.

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