Best private resorts in Tagaytay
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7 Private Resorts in Tagaytay for Amazing Weekends

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Tagaytay is a popular spot for quick vacations — it’s close to the city, it has a cool climate, and it offers lots of fun activities. Here we’ve compiled the best private resorts in Tagaytay that you can book for great weekend experiences!

1. Cedara Thermal Pool

Private resorts in Tagaytay - Cedara Thermal Pool
Photo by Cedara Thermal Pool.

One of the reasons that Tagaytay is popular as a weekend destination is its cool weather. But don’t you wish you can also enjoy a staycation without freezing outdoors?

Cedara Thermal Pool is the only resort in Tagaytay City with a heated pool. Here you can enjoy a nice swim without a chill — and did we mention that the pool area is totally IG-worthy too?

The house features 4 bedrooms and 2 lofts. Take note that access to the rooms depends on your package and number of guests. It also has a modern living room, indoor & outdoor kitchen for your cooking necessities, and billiards table and videoke for entertainment. It has everything you need for a casual get-together.

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2. Raffi’s Way

Raffi's Way Private Resort
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Raffi’s Way is a designer villa that’s perfect for a luxurious, laid-back vacation at the heart of Tagaytay. It’s one of the best resorts you can find in Tagaytay City.

The villa features 4 bedrooms, each with their own private bath. A clean, spacious living room faces floor-to-ceiling glass walls that offer natural light and a nice view of the outside. It also has a well-equipped kitchen and dining area where you can prepare and enjoy your meals.

Outside, you can find an outdoor pool perfect for swimming. From there, you can also see the rolling hills of Tagaytay City and its ever-famous Taal Lake.

Raffi’s Way can be booked exclusively for your group. You can also book the rooms individually.

This place is also open for small events and a great location for a pre-nup shoot!

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3. Diana Garden Villa

Diana Garden Villa
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Diana Garden Villa is a great place to hold simple yet memorable get-togethers.

The villa utilizes semi-open spaces, with beautiful wooden accents and furniture. It has three bedrooms, a living room with 55-inch TV and XBox, and a dining room. It also has a garden, a large cabana where you can hang out in the afternoons, and an elongated swimming pool.

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4. John Hammock’s Vacation House

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This private resort in Tagaytay is a perfect choice for a remote & relaxing stay.

John Hammock’s Vacation House is located in a farm, so you’re guaranteed privacy and quiet. This beautiful house features 4 bedrooms, a spacious living room, and kitchen. It also has a wide garden where you can spend the afternoon communing with nature and of course a private swimming pool.

Aside from get-togethers, John Hammock’s is also open for small events.

Contact: Facebook | Book via Agoda

5. Ruby’s Place Amadeo

Private resorts in Tagaytay - Ruby's Place Amadeo
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Ruby’s Place Amadeo (formerly called Casa del Sol) is a Bohemian-styled accommodation that is popular among millennials and those who simply love uniquely designed staycations. It’s also a good choice for family get-togethers and even special events.

The house has spacious indoors. it features 3 bedrooms and several futons where you can lay down in style, living room, and lots of Instagrammable corner. A private pool is available — because no outing is complete without pool time!

Ruby’s Place is located only 15 minutes away from the city proper of Tagaytay City.

You can book individual rooms or book the whole house for exclusive use.

6. Althea’s Orchard

Private resorts in Tagaytay - Althea's Orchard
Photo by Althea’s Orchard.
Private resorts in Tagaytay - Althea's Orchard
Photo by Althea’s Orchard.

Althea’s Orchard is just the perfect mix of an IG-worthy and nature-inspired resort. It’s nestled between Tagaytay and Batangas, with a 360 view of Taal Lake on the front and Balayan Bay on the backside.

The resort’s best features is its infinity pool, which offers an amazing view of the surrounding hills. It can be heated for an additional fee. The interior features floor-to-ceiling windows, with 4 bedrooms a complete kitchen. The resort also has a vast garden and organic farm, where you can stroll around or relax.

If these aren’t enough to convince you, the resort also has kawa baths! You don’t need to go to Tibiao to have this local experience.

The resort can also be rented as an events venue.

P.S. If you’re looking for a similar place with an infinity pool and amazing views, we recommend Narra Hill in Tagaytay!

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7. Enchante Farm

Private resorts in Tagaytay - Enchante Farm
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Enchante Farm is a family-friendly private resort in Tagaytay. It’s ideal for those who want a relaxing stay or those who want to spend a wholesome time with their kids doing farm activities.

Here you can choose to enjoy a nice staycation, go fishing in the ponds, or cuddle together around bonfire at night.

Enchante Farm features a grandeur house with 1 large bedroom and common spaces for additional guests. There is KTV, mini-billiards, fishing area, and an infinity pool. The outdoors is spacious enough for group activities and even events.

For similar resorts in Tagaytay, you may also check out Yoki’s Farm.

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Has this list of private resorts in Tagaytay been helpful to you? If you have other recommendations, let us know in the comments section below!

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2 Comments

    • Katherine Cortes

      Hi Liza, I checked and it’s now listed as permanently closed. 🙁 I check the listings occasionally, but this pandemic there’s a lot more businesses closing down unfortunately…

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