The Boutique Bed & Breakfast

The Boutique Bed & Breakfast

45 Aguinaldo Hi-way Silang Crossing East, Tagaytay, Luzon Philippines
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3.5
#3 of 20 B&Bs in Tagaytay
4.3 of 5 bubbles
Location
3.7 of 5 bubbles
Cleanliness
3.9 of 5 bubbles
Service
3.2 of 5 bubbles
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The Boutique Bed & Breakfast is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Tagaytay, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

While staying at The Boutique Hotel, visitors can check out Paradizoo (2.6 mi), which is a popular Tagaytay attraction.

Rooms at The Boutique Bed & Breakfast offer air conditioning and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

Room service, a coffee shop, and shops are some of the conveniences offered at this bed and breakfast. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to The Boutique Hotel, free parking is available.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Fire Lake Grill, The Highlander Steakhouse, and Famous Eli's Delicious Bar-B-Que, which are some steakhouses that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like The Pink Sisters Chapel & Convent (1.0 mi), Peoples Park In The Sky (0.7 mi), and Our Lady of Lourdes Parish tagaytay (0.4 mi), which are all within walking distance of the bed and breakfast.

Enjoy your stay in Tagaytay!

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Non-smoking hotel
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Modern
Lake View
Languages Spoken
English, Filipino

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45 Aguinaldo Hi-way Silang Crossing East, Tagaytay, Luzon Philippines
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Somewhat walkable
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Arvin Y wrote a review May 2013
Luzon, Philippines
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in the Boutique B&B on a Saturday night after attending a wedding and reception in Tagaytay. This is our second time staying in Boutique--the first time was 3 years ago when the place was relatively new.

Immediate observations:

1. My wife was still happy with the toiletries, etc. that she got to pick upon checking in. Ditto the foot massage or scalp massage that comes free with the stay.

2. The "morning after" breakfast is still okay--not as exceptional as I remember the first time we stayed, but good enough.

3. While the accommodations and amenities were top-notch 3 years ago, they need to do some updating and even basic up-keep. We stayed in a ground floor room this time around (we had stayed in the top-line suite during our first visit but the amenities are largely the same excluding a bath-tub), but a number of things have suffered:

- The bathroom fixtures, particularly the shower head (rainfall type) needs to be fixed. It maybe a water pressure thing but I doubt it--the rainfall was more like a hesitant series of spurts. I suspect a pipe cleaning is needed.

- The flatscreen TV's and "iPod-ready" systems need some updating--they were already dated 3 years ago, and much more dated now.

- The airconditioning unit (window-type) was essentially useless on a warm, humid Tagaytay night. Outside temp @3AM? 28 degrees Celsius. Inside temp@3AM? 28 degrees Celsius except for that narrow sliver in the room where the air flow from the A/C hit. And oh, that sliver was about a foot away from our bed. Thankfully, the security guard manning the lobby loaned us the electric fan he was using and we got in a few hours of comfortable sleep before the sun came up.

4. My wife wasn't so happy with the front desk attitude--not very warm nor welcoming (as several other people have noted). On the other hand, everybody else, from the security guards to the kitchen and restaurant staff made up for them.

5. Wi-FI speeds were excellent compared to the first time we were there. To the point that I got caught up on my YouTube subscriptions and iOS updates while we stayed--because again, I couldn't sleep too well in the warm room.

Overall, I would hesitate recommending this place at this point. Most of the service staff try to make the stay pleasant. There are the nifty amenities. But a lot of little things that should add up to a good experience end up on the other side and end up taking away points from the overall experience.
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Date of stay: May 2013
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Splurge if you would like the bath tub in their top suite--but do check whether they have enough...
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bel3ms wrote a review Jun 2012
Luzon, Philippines
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Made reservations for June 15-17, 2012. weather was fabulous despite supposed typhoon. First, the hotel claimed that they HAVE NOT blocked reservation on my credit card. However, every person I talked to who worked with a bank said, blocking only occurs from a merchant. I only gave them my credit card details no one else. Here's the diss, the accommodation blocking was four times for 31k when my full cost for the 2N/3D stay was only 22K!! To protect myself, when I checked in I used a debit card instead of my credit card. They wrote an email disclaiming they blocked any amount but sorry that just does not convince me!!

On to the hotel, got I Lust and expected a PRESIDENTIAL room but this is like a corner room with approx 10x7 mtr dimensions. The much touted bath tub is OUTSIDE the bathroom and in what would have been balcony space if they were serious about a decent sized balcony. Very awkward to take a dip in a tub that is inside the same space as the bed with the zircon turned on.

Closet space is good only for three days stay max, room was very moist, like there was precipitation suspended in the air, they should have moisture eaters coz I could just dee moulds forming on the bed sheets with all the moisture in the room. Shower head was supposed to be rainfall effect but it's spewing all over the walls instead of cascading down.

View!! what view?? it's obstructed by the plants and you can barely sit on what was supposed to be a balcony. They placed two seats and a round aluminum table but if you sit on these, you can't pivot the chairs without hitting the railing or sliding doors.

Personnel are nice and solicitous but I guess they should focus on getting the basics right like clean the floors ( I was wearing socks and slippers when it would have been nice to walk barefoot but the wooden floor was dusty), sort out the moisture in the room, install a better aircon (it never got cool even when set at 18 degrees!) tv size was good and remote worked.

Generally, my feedback is it's too expensive for the size and general hotel experience, if iwas going back to Tagaytay for the weekend, it would probably in Discovery Suites or even Taal Vista. I guess just coming back from a week in Discovery Shores Boracay set the bar too high for me but I believed the reviews so here's an unadulterated purely honest one - this place is simply too expensive, overrated and under delivers the basics like room quality, linens, cleanliness, balcony size, view, bathroom shower, really basic hotel housekeeping and design stuff. Suggest they focus on getting the basics right.

One other thing, while choosing the scents for bath gels, shampoo, lotion, etc was nice. When it came to using the stuff we completely chucked it...too many too confusing since the bottles looked identical.

Message me for more details if you want photos bel3ms@yahoo.com
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Date of stay: June 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: get I dream, might have a better view than I lust!
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theflyingfairy wrote a review Oct 2011
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I was very happy seeing the place and looks like BABY and I will really enjoy our stay. I have seen this hotel a lot of times but we do not any clue what is in stored for us. From outside it could pass as modern residential home. With all excitement later on turned into my disappointed because of the nasty receptionist. However, the great service rendered by the rest of the staff later on changed my impression of this hotel.

After checking in, guests get to choose from huge blocks of organic soaps, lotions, shampoo, scent for the room and the likes for their stay. It’s like a shopping booth! Minutes after we entered our “I ESCAPE” room, our welcome drinks arrived together with a quick bite. We had a lot of fun taking lots of photos over looking the Taal Lake and the hotel itself. Our lunch was served outdoors and it was such a very relaxing way to ease our minds from city life. After, I took the time to check out the kiosk right behind the reception area. I feasted my eyes on several cutie stuff and seeing some of the movies I like.

While we were relaxing for the afternoon, our snacks? Churros topped with confectioner sugar and hot chocolate. That wraps up our afternoon. Time passed by so quickly that it's almost 10pm and the resto's last order would be before that time. The hotel receptionist was kind enough to confirm if we will have dinner at the hotel. Also, reminded us not to forget to hang our breakfast choices for the morning. ZzZZzz.. it was a good sleep? Indeed!

As early as 8am our breakfast was served (just like what we instructed them) We chose to have some of the classic Filipino breakfast. A tower of bread selection, hot beverages and fruits were served as well.
Upon check out, we received this Frequency Card and a small box filled with chocolates. The entire staff bid us goodbye and wish to see us again. Even before checking out my partner and I had already decided that indeed WE WILL VISIT THEM AGAIN really soon!
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Date of stay: October 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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MYC wrote a review Jun 2015
Manila, Philippines
1.0 of 5 bubbles
There are only 2 things good about this hotel, the view from the room and the location along the highway.

I was very excited to take my family here due to the reviews from Tripadvisor. I wasn't sure if we were not that lucky but that wasn't an excuse to have a bad experience here. They charge bigger compared to other hotels and boutique inns in Tagaytay that's why I was expecting to have a great experience.

We booked 2 rooms... I desire and I dare.... both rooms are not spotless at all. They need more time to clean these rooms up. They take pride in their Pamper Me line (toiletries) included in the room rate but they don't even have all scents. The I desire room smells like dirty laundry and it was awful, I had to ask for scent candles and spray to eliminate the odor. We were asked to answer the breakfast list and we asked to have our breakfast spread in their restaurant instead but by 7AM someone is already knocking to deliver our food. Not paying attention at all! The worst thing.... the water! Their heater wasn't working at all! we have asked them to give us a pale and dipper and just boil water for us since their maintenance or engineer couldn't fix it or even check it! It was awful! They didn't fix it and didn't even gave us the pale and dipper and the hot water. So yeah, December in Tagaytay, cold weather with no hot water, my dad was furious and it hurt his back bathing in cold water. What a waste of money.

I kept on complaining to the manager and there was nothing she couldn't do but say her sorry. Didn't even told us that they have tried everything, but really, they didn't try anything. I paid half of the rate for the 2 rooms and I didn't pay for the balance. They wanted me to pay for the entire amount and that's too much! If I didn't have a deposit, I will not pay at all.

So if you plan on booking, be cautious, you can check other big and better hotels anyways but I WILL NEVER GO BACK TO THIS! The WORST in Tagaytay!
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Date of stay: December 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Do not book! Look for better and bigger hotels with good service and amenities.
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Ghia Karla C wrote a review Aug 2015
Quezon City, Philippines
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I was disappointed in my stay in this hotel. I think the rooms are overpriced, I was willing to pay 8k a night thinking that it was all worth it, but NO. The pictures in the site were deceiving, the room was small, the furnitures, well, the room itself was outdated. The aircon was leaking, the towels were filthy and the dvd selection was soooo old school.
In the good side, all the staff were nice and friendly. But I paid Php8,000 for a nice hotel room and not just for a friendly hotel staff.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Traveled with friends
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PinayExplorer wrote a review Aug 2015
Manila, Philippines
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We paid 9k++ for iLOVE and there is nothing about that room that I loved!
1. The decorative pillows STUNK like they haven't been washed in a very long time
2. The bedding and the pillows smelled like it was washed but not properly dried so net net it still STUNK!
3. The SHOWER was malfunctioning because it kept spewing the water everywhere but where it was supposed to go so the bath was just all messy after an attempt to shower
4. We ordered coffee and (this is minor) but for a hotel claiming luxury I think the way they presented the cream and sugar was just too tacky
5. AIRCON noise made it impossible to sleep!

To be fair:
1. STAFF was as nice and helpful as they can be but in this case it can't make up for how lousy this hotel is
2. I wasn't able to taste the food because we were already turned off by the coffee
3. There were several niceties they tried to offer like the PAMPER ME line, sweets for turn down and extra nice furniture in the room ...

ALL good for effort but PLEASE GET THE BASICS RIGHT first!
It is overpriced and I will never go back.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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djonce wrote a review Apr 2012
Fort Collins, Colorado
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a small hotel with less than a dozen rooms. However, it offers amenities and service not often found in hotels 10 times its size. Staying at the Boutique Bed & Breakfast is truly a unique experience.

The Boutique is perched right on the edge of a volcano and the views of the Taal volcano and lake are outstanding. These views can be enjoyed from the common dining area, from each room’s bedroom, from the private porch outside the bedroom [where we enjoyed morning breakfast], and from each room’s bathroom shower. It is somewhat unusual to step into a shower with a floor to ceiling window facing a volcano caldera. But once over the initial shock you quickly realize that the nearest people in the window’s direction are miles away.

Checking in was also a unique experience. There is lots of staff to handle the usual procedure. And there are porters to take your bags to your room. Before leaving the lobby however, you are obligated to choose your soap, shampoo, and room fragrance from at least a half dozen choices. Once in your room you get the usual explanations plus instructions on how to fill out your breakfast order. Five minutes later a welcome drink arrives. In our case, it took 4 people to check us in.

Our room had a comfortable king bed accented by at least a dozen pillows [note: we had trouble figuring where to put them when we were ready to go to sleep]. One whole side of the room was floor to ceiling windows with views over the volcano and lake. There was a flat screen TV, Ipod-MP3 stereo system, light sticks driven by the sound system, and a library of on-demand movies. The room was elegant with dark hardwood floors, dark accents, and all the pillows. Needless to say it was air conditioned and clean. We had a little trouble closing the front door and the rear screens had to be put on back on the track, otherwise the maintenance was excellent.

The key bathroom feature was the shower. In addition to the view mentioned above, the shower included a 12 inch diameter rain style shower head. The bathroom was very clean with no sign of mold anywhere. The soap and shampoo was of each guest’s individual choosing and the towels were soft.

The property has wireless internet with excellent quality. The codes are available from the front desk. There is a small parking lot for guests who arrive by private or rental car. There is a loyalty card program with 5th night free. When we departed, we were given a ‘goodbye’ gift.

Breakfast is cooked to order according to a check-the-box menu you attach to your door before 9PM. There is a wide range of choices including omelets, fresh squeezed juice, coffee & cocoa, breads, fruits in yogurt, sausage and more. You specify the time [note: earliest time is 8AM]. You also specify the location: bedroom room, balcony, dining room; we chose the balcony and were warmed by the morning sun. Breakfast was delivered right on time and exactly as ordered.

We stayed just one night at the Boutique and found ourselves wanting to enjoy the hotel room more than the time we had available.
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Date of stay: February 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Nicolette U wrote a review May 2015
Manila, Philippines
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I rarely write reviews about the places I go to, it's either because I'm busy or too lazy to think of anything to say. But this one is definitely an exception! ♥

Birthday Package : We stayed at this hotel to celebrate my partner's birthday. I requested for them to arrange the room and put balloons, rose petals, candles and a birthday cake as part of my surprise. When I first saw the room, I was blown away with what they did for it went beyond my expectations. ♥

Rooms of Emotions : The iDREAM room is all white and it has a quote on the wall by Oscar Wilde, "Illusion is the first of all pleasures". It has a small balcony with a "Cleopatra like" sofa, a small table with 2 chairs, and it has the most beautiful view of Taal. The bed is huge and so comfortable. Felt like we're swimming in pillows because of the amount of pillows we had in our room. The bathroom was a bit small, but clean. You can also view the Taal Volcano from the shower area. It was so cool. ♥ It also has a personalized letter from the owners of the hotel, which I think every hotel should have.

Hotel Staff : They have the kindest and sweetest hotel employees (specially Ms. Jonah), they always wear the smile on their faces and never failed to greet us every time.

Personalized Touch : Who ever thought of their "PAMPER ME" line, where you get to choose your own toiletries is a genius. We got to choose the scent we wanted for our room. It was so relaxing! ♥

Food and drinks : The welcome drinks given to us was so refreshing. The food at The Original Hawaiian BBQ was so damn good and worth the price. We had jasmine tea and oatmeal cookies with a drizzle of chocolate before bedtime. They have lots of breakfast sets to choose from, but of course, the Filipino breakfast is still the best.

Relaxation : We also had a 15-minute complimentary cold stone facial massage, which was done in our room. It was our first time to experience that kind of facial and we really enjoyed it.

WIFI : The hotel also has free wifi. However, during our stay, it wasn't working 24/7. It only worked late at night and during the morning. If you're a globe user and has data plan, don't even bother trying. The signal in Tagaytay is really weak, unless you're a sun cellular subscriber, or so I was told. But who cares? You paid for the hotel to relax and be with the one you love, not to be with your phone. Right? ;)

Additional : There is also a newly opened mall just across the hotel. However, some of the boutiques and restaurants are still closed. But Timezone is open though!

We were given a gift certificate and a free gift before we left the hotel. So sweet! ♥

Thank you for giving us the most relaxing and amazing weekend ever! I would highly recommend this hotel to everyone I know.
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Date of stay: April 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Rooms of Emotions : iEscape. iDare. iDesire. iDream. iLove. iSurrender. iLust.
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thebloggess wrote a review Feb 2009
Manila
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the I DARE room, and for the equivalent of approximately US$150.00, we expected at least equal quality of rooms and service to that of Country Suites or even Taal Vista.

Instead what we got was a room with a distinctly bordello-ish feel to it , a lot of slip-ups, and service bordering on apathy.

The much raved about view from the room's miniscule balcony was obstructed by a tree. The balconies all overlook the deck just outside the Hawaiian Barbecue restaurant and anyone hanging out on the deck could see the people hanging out in their balconies. Minus points for privacy.

They market the place for families and barkadas, yet I felt distinctly uncomfortable when we were led to choose from a library of videos and there, right beside G rated Ella Enchanted, were numerous porn movies. And my three-year old was was with me!

Even worse, when we entered our room, we opened the wardrobe to find a selection of 'costumes' ranging from garter belts to lace teddies and bustiers. There were also...um, beads...that were definitely neither for praying nor for stringing. This was something I expected to adorn a suite at Victoria Court, but not a place that is supposedly as high-end as Boutique.

The bathroom was incredibly small. So narrow that when my husband (who is just barely 5'10") stood up from the toilet seat, he banged his head on the wall in front of him. The view that people rave about from the shower stall is not all that great when you consider that the glass is not one way and you have to cover it with a curtain so that your head is the only one that rises above the covers to appreciate the view of distant Taal volcano.

The sheets smelled like cheap detergent.

The walls of the room were water stained from a split type air con that leaked.

The hot chocolate that they bring you at bedtime? It wasn't even real hot chocolate, it was a pre-mix powder. And they didn't have the finesse to even mix it properly. Ours came half mixed with swirly bits of powder floating at the top. It may have been Nesquik instant chocolate drink. The churros that come with it were dotted with live ants. When I pointed this out to the housekeeping attendant that picked up our cups, she merely smiled and did not offer an apology or a replacement.

The next day, my husband woke up with a high fever. I called the front desk to request for an extended check out say at 1pm or 2pm instead of noon. Instead of concern or offers to bring up medicine, I got silence from the other end of the line. She then proceeded to tell me that there were people coming in at 2pm. Forget that we had to wait over an hour to check in when we arrived the previous afternoon.

All those other things that people rave about - the breakfast in bed, hot chocolate and churros before bedtime, selection of personal soaps and shampoos...you can get those down the road at Country Suites or even Taal Vista. For a similar price and for much bigger room space.

And the service is way better.

I don't know what the hype is about Boutique. Anyone who's gone to a real boutique hotel outside this country will be able to tell that it's a bad knock off. The concept was probably good enough, but the execution and follow through is terrible.

Totally not worth the money you pay. And definitely NOT a place for a family with young kids.
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Date of stay: November 2008
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with family
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siomao wrote a review Oct 2008
Manila
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The Boutique in Tagaytay does not reflect the advertised luxurious experience that was promised. Expecting pampering and 5 star service (for the more than 5 star price, about 200 usd a night), my husband and I experienced a stay comparable to a 2 star inn.

The basic prerequisites for a Luxurious experience were missing : Basic cleanliness of the room (ants were plenty on the tables, walls and mirrors, and the floors, moldy smelling pillows and to cap it all up, a spider on our bed). Hot water was not available, only lukewarm water at low pressure (the tub was close to useless as the "lukewarm water" was already cold by the time it was filled up). The staff was curt, not as personalized and pampering as the welcome letter claimed. To see how the details of a premium concept was poorly translated, check out the keychain of their room keys (it was like a huge wooden key that I remember to have used in another provincial 2 star resort). The resort also doubled as a restaurant and the noise from the various people that walked in for their meals didn't aid to the personalized and luxurious experience that the owners tried to create. The free 10 minute facial massage was terrible. The experience was not only uncomfortable, the therapist's technique aimed to rip out all my hair from their roots.

I liked though the basic concept of the place. Breakfast in bed, hot chocolate in the evening (if executed well). 42in plasma tv paired with generic dvd player. I liked the options of soap as well as the view that i had from my room. (we booked the I-Lust room, the supposed best from the lot, to celebrate our wedding anniversary).

The owners still have a long way to go to actually be able to live up to their claims that they aim to have for the Boutique. The details still do not justify the asking price for the place. The review would have been different if the claim and the asking price was for a 2 or even 3 star offering... but with their rates, the expectations should be set high. I would just move over to the Taal Vista or even to the Holiday Inn next time.
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Date of stay: October 2008
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesCheck in / front desk
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Lily L asked a question Dec 2017
Luzon, Philippines12 contributions6 helpful votes
Which room/s has bathtub?
Answer from leslieelcocinera
Sydney, Australia30 contributions6 helpful votes
Downstairs rooms...
Aimee Elsbeth R asked a question Oct 2017
Makati, Philippines8 contributions1 helpful vote
Are pets allowed? We have an 18month old shih tzu.
Answer from leslieelcocinera
Sydney, Australia30 contributions6 helpful votes
Send them an email which available on their webpage. It's best to book ahead...
Answer from Loren P
Manila, Philippines609 contributions132 helpful votes
Standard check out time of hotels is 12noon and unless the rate says inclusive (meaning full board), rate is only for accommodation. Details should also tell if you the rate includes breakfast.
Lembot D wrote a tip Sep 2016
Makati, Philippines27 contributions4 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"I Dream has the best vew and balcony."
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Richard A wrote a tip Jul 2016
Tehran, Iran9 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Upper level room has beautiful views across the bay."
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janna_braindoc wrote a tip Jul 2016
Taguig City, Philippines20 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I Dream has the best view of the lake"
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urlywurly wrote a tip Jul 2016
Taguig City, Philippines84 contributions76 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choose 2nd floor rooms and the one at the end would probably be better"
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Empress_Kurenai21 wrote a tip Apr 2016
Dasmarinas City, Philippines43 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"idream the one by the staircase"
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Which popular attractions are close to The Boutique Bed & Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Ayala Malls Serin (0.05 km), Our Lady of Lourdes Parish tagaytay (0.6 km), and Cafe Veranda Cultural Show (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Boutique Bed & Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Boutique Bed & Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at The Boutique Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Boutique Bed & Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pamana Restaurant, Starbucks, and LZM Restaurant.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Boutique Bed & Breakfast?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.
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