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Brgy. 4120 Tagaytay - Sta. Rosa Road, Tagaytay, Luzon 4120 Philippines
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DanYang14 wrote a review May 2022
Quezon City, Philippines6 contributions1 helpful vote
The place is nice for relaxing. Room is clean and the bathroom is huge. Plus, all the staff is very accommodating, from the front desk to the room service, and the food serving are generous. Overall, our stay was excellent!
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Loren P wrote a review Feb 2021
Manila, Philippines596 contributions127 helpful votes
I don’t remember the last time I left a bad review. Whenever I travel with my family and there is something we dislike at a property, we always raise our concerns during our stay to give them the chance to correct them right away. With Asian Village, I doubt there was anything they could have done to give us a better experience. For the record, I wrote this while we were inside our room at Asian Village but I am publishing this only a week after our stay. I slept on it. Waiting to change my mind and let it go. But if I can write praises and raves for places that offer good and excellent service, then I should not be afraid to call out properties that need to do a better job in giving their clients a better experience. While we did appreciate the wait staff, receptionists and even the efforts of the Manager to be accommodating, my review is for the general experience at this property and I hope this would help them improve. First- I have to say that I have stayed at a lot of places in Tagaytay. Narra Hill, Taal Vista, Discovery, Cliffhouse Inn, Qiwellness, Nurture Spa, The Boutique B&B, Tagaytay Highlands, etc. Because we only paid Php5,200 for 2 adults and 1 child, I did not expect much- but I also didn’t expect a lousy experience either. For Php5,200, you could get a room in Taal Vista with a nice courtyard view, a decent-sized room plus a good hotel-quality buffet breakfast OR pay a bit more for Narra Hill and you get a quaint modern Bahay Kubo experience, fantastic views everywhere with a sumptuous breakfast. Here, for Php5,200, we got a tiny room with a tiny TV, extremely poor WiFi connection, a view of the other room’s roof and ongoing construction, a serving of pork tocino, and hotdog. I asked why tapsilog and bacon were not included in the choices and I was told to pay extra to get those for breakfast. 😳 Brewed coffee was bad! I don’t understand how can you a brewed coffee taste that awful and hot chocolate also meant Milo. 😱 Yes, as in Milo the instant powdered chocolate drink. How expensive is tablea or Swiss Miss? Upon check-in, I was also told that I had to pay for buffet dinner as they stop serving ala carte at 6pm. When I checked what was for the buffet, they were going to serve bistek, Pinoy carbona (which meant the creamy kind! 😫) mixed veggies, soup, and fried fish. Hmmm no! I was glad the lady at the reception, PM allowed us to order ala carte. Why would I pay php699 to eat bistek and rice? I also need to point out that the look of their restaurant posted online is so different from the actual appearance. Online, it looked ok. It had Tiffany chairs or something similar- but when we got there, the dining tables and chairs were all flimsy plastic- the monobloc kind but only in brown! Parang canteen/carinderia vibe. If you’re a couple wanting to stay a night or two in Tagaytay, spending Php5,000 here is not worth it. For that budget, you can check Nurture Spa, Taal Vista, or add a bit more for Narra Hill. While I understand that businesses have to recoup their losses from this pandemic, they also have to consider if they are offering good value to gain loyal clients. With my experience, am I going to come back here? Will I dare recommend them? Sorry Asian Village but you have to consider changing your rate, or try to give your clients a better experience and not just a room to stay for the night.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Room Tip: The rooms towards the end of the property might be quieter as they are away from the pool but...
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Tartie wrote a review Aug 2019
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Asian Village is your home away from home. We all need a quick get away from the busy city every once in a while. I felt like I needed a break from the traffic, the fast paced lifestyle and the demands left and right. I started looking for a place to have a staycation over the weekend which was also right in time my fiancé’s birthday. Filtered destinations which are near the metro, pet friendly and affordable. Asian Village is just an hour and fifteen minutes away from Metro Manila. We got the stilt rooms (one for 3 pax and the other for 2 pax). There was a pet service charge and security deposit which is refundable upon check out. The room accommodation includes free breakfast and drinks. Their amenities were a delight to my fur babies as they were able to roam around, run and play! Above the restaurant/ dining area was a hall where you can play board games, read a book and even watch a movie via their projector. The food in their restaurant was good but nothing extra special in the menu. However, you know for sure that they cook with fresh ingredients and not reheated packed meals like others. You just have to be patient during the cooking time. In case you feel to eat out, you can easily do so as they are near Tagaytay proper (roughly 5-10mins drive). I cannot express how much delighted I am with Asian Village’s staff. I have never experienced such genuine hospitality in my mini vacations and their courteousness made this place extra special. Overall, I give Asian Village 4.8 out of 5. Give them a try for a quick getaway you deserve!
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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PhilippinesLuzonCalabarzon RegionCavite ProvinceTagaytay
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Frequently Asked Questions about Asian Village Tagaytay
What are some of the property amenities at Asian Village Tagaytay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Asian Village Tagaytay?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Asian Village Tagaytay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Asian Village Tagaytay?
Conveniently located restaurants include Morielli's Inn & Diner, Rowena's Cafe, and Cecilia's Buco Pie and Pasalubong.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Asian Village Tagaytay?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Asian Village Tagaytay?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.