Hidden View Mansion - private resort in Tagaytay
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Hidden View Mansion: Gorgeous Private Resort in Tagaytay with Forest View

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There’s a ton of vacation home rentals in Tagaytay, and if you’re having a hard time choosing which one to book for an upcoming group getaway, we’re here to give recommendations!

This month, I visited Hidden View Mansion, a private resort in Tagaytay with an infinity pool with a forest view. Read about our stay!

Our stay at Hidden View Mansion

I stayed here overnight with my boyfriend and other content creators.

Hidden View Mansion is a modern private resort with an open-space layout which includes a living room, a dining area, and a full kitchen. It has four bedrooms (plus an additional driver’s room), three of which have en suite private bathroom with hot & cold shower.

Its main highlight is a gorgeous infinity pool that overlooks the surrounding trees — including pine trees, coconut trees, and other fruiting trees like calamansi. Though it has no separate kiddie section, the pool goes from 3 feet to 5 feet so kids can still swim on one end of the pool.

Hidden View Mansion - private resort in Tagaytay
Hidden View Mansion.

Hali and I stayed in the master’s bedroom, which has direct access to the pool. It was spacious and comfortable, and there’s a nook ideal for placing a laptop for when you need to work at night. It also has floor-to-ceiling glass walls that let in nice light in the morning.

Hidden View Mansion - master's bedroom
Master’s bedroom.

If there is anything I can consistently praise about modern private resorts, it’s that they really know how to design an aesthetically pleasing space that serves as home away from home.

The whole house itself was very comfortable. The couch was soft and the use of wooden furniture gives it a homey feel. There are interesting displays here and there – a colorful painting, unique cat displays, and so on. It gives the house a character.

Hidden View Mansion - decors
Hidden View Mansion - living and dining areas
Living and dining areas.
Hidden View Mansion - kitchen
Kitchen.

There is no airconditioning in the living/dining area, but there are blinds to cover the glass walls to avoid the space getting hot. It’s a great place to eat together, chat, and sing. The TV also doubles as videoke through a smart TV app, though we missed having a songbook to browse.

Since the resort is located in Alfonso, Cavite, it can be a little chilly especially at night. The pool is also cool, and since we visited during the ber-months we decided to postpone the swim until the next morning. It was still cold but more tolerable.

Hali with buko
Fresh buko from the coconut trees at the resort.
Hidden View Mansion - infinity pool
Swimming in the morning.

Oh and don’t forget to take sunset pictures at the poolside!

Hidden View Mansion - sunset
Soaking in the beautiful sunset.
Hidden View Mansion - sunset
Hidden View Mansion - infinity pool

Aside from these, there is also a fishing pond where you can experience fishing for tilapia and hito. You only need to pay for the catch, which is P250 per kilo. We tried fishing but didn’t catch anything haha.

Hidden View Mansion - fishing

Overall, we had a fantastic time at Hidden View Mansion in Tagaytay. Here’s a short summary of my review:

  • Location: Good location, near Fora Mall and Olivares but in a more secluded street.
  • Amenities: Clean, modern, and aesthetically pleasing amenities. The beds were comfortable and we had no issues during our stay. There is also fast WIFI so we were able to stay connected online.
  • Service: Staff was very helpful and approachable. Ms. Divine, the manager, was just a text away.
  • Value for money: Overall, it offers great value for money especially for family reunions and other group gatherings.

Make sure to check this out the next time you’re planning a staycation in Tagaytay!

Group photo at Hidden View Mansion
With other bloggers and content creators.

You can also watch our Tiktok clip here:

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About Hidden View Mansion

The Hidden View Mansion is composed of two vacation homes with pools.

Hidden View Mansion A (where we stayed) is the popular option, a contemporary home with an infinity pool. Hidden View Mansion B is located just below it, and while it feels old, it offers a more secluded ambiance and a more spacious living room. It also has a regular swimming pool.

How to get to Hidden View Mansion

Hidden View Mansion is located in Alfonso, Cavite (in metro Tagaytay), about 2 hours away from Manila. You can follow Google Maps or Waze to get here.

It has a spacious garage that can fit up to 7 cars.

If commuting, it’s best to get off at Alfonso Crossing and charter a tricycle from there.

Amenities

Here are the resort menities:

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3- to 5-feet infinity pool with view
  • Living and dining area
  • Full kitchen
  • Water dispenser with free purified water
  • BBQ grill

Activities include:

  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Sungka
  • Horseback riding (additional fee)
  • Videoke (additional fee)
  • Mini basketball court
  • Pingpong
  • Bonfire at night

Book your stay here

You can contact Hidden View Mansion via their official website. Don’t forget to use our promo code THVM-TaraLetsAnywhere to get a free fruit platter for 15 pax when you book!

Here are the booking details for Hidden View Mansion – A:

  • Rates (Updated as of 2023): P22,000 on weekdays / P26,000 on weekends
  • Capacity: Rate is good for 15 people; additional charge per head in excess (max capacity of 20 people)
  • Hours: Check-in is 2PM / check-out is 12 noon the next day

If you have any questions, comment them down below or email me at taraletsanywhere@gmail.com.

Disclaimer: Our stay was provided for free. As always, thoughts and opinions are my own.

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