Getting Through The Night at Tagaytay Econo-Inn

September 15, 2012

in hotel, Rooms, Tagaytay

We just spent hours at battling the heavy traffic at the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway on a long weekend. We tried waiting it out at the Bag of Beans but we were just so tired. So we just decided to look for an affordable accommodation in Tagaytay. The firts hotel we checked out is the Lee Boutique Hotel but there were no standard rooms left, the cheapest they could offer costs P9,000 and we couldn’t afford that for an overnight stay.

A little more traveling ahead and we chanced upon Tagaytay Econo-Inn. A room with a double bed, an extra matress, cushions and pillows, and breakfast for two the next day costs us P3,300. Not bad for somewhere comfortable to spend the night.

Toiletries the bathroom has: two pieces of toothbrush, toothpaste, soap and shampoo. Our room even opens up into a small veranda where their wifi signal is the strongest.

We kept the tv on most of the night….

The lounge/lobby area

The next day, we were given a stub for breakfast. We were told that we could claim it at Kaye Ryan, small restaurant beside the hotel {which I think has the same owner}.  Since there were only two, we had one additional for P160.

Breakfast has unlimited drinks: juice and brewed coffee. I don’t know if it was just me or the weather or the morning but their brewed coffee tastes really good. As a matter of fact, I had two cups of it.

Sis had the Pandesal, Ham & Egg Set, Rome had the Chicken Adobo Set while Ykaie and I shared a Chicken Adobo Set, as well.

A Few Souvenir Shots From Tagaytay Econo-Inn

Taken from the rooftop of Kaye Ryan Restaurant

We immediately left for Manila after breakfast. Weird as it may sound, I had a nice stay at this small inn and I will keep this in mind should a similar situation happen again.

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Kero September 20, 2012 at 11:36 pm

wow! the view is breathtaking! I’d love to dine here al fresco. cheers to more travels for your family, Peach!

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Ria Coleto- Cervantes September 22, 2012 at 1:38 am

Oh my, that’s not a bad place at all! For 3K plus a night, it’s a good rate actually for a place with a good view like that of Taal Lake and volcano. I hope we can visit Tagaytay this December for a short vacay :)

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