Estancia Hotel Tagaytay

As much as I want the old Tagaytay back, I am also a happy to see boutique hotels sprout along its foggy and smoggy street.

Good thing Bryan surprised me with an overnight stay at Estancia last year. It is a Greece inspired resort-hotel.  One of its amenities is an indoor pool which we had a chance to try buy we (more of Bry hehe) were not able to stay because of the cold breeze and water. Fine, who goes swimming in Tagaytay nga naman.  However, the idea was still brilliant.  If your not ginawin, kaya naman...

The room we occupied has a nice view of the space of the resort.  Ang sarap tumitig dito sa kawalan or just people watch.  I remember making tambay here while sharing stories with Bryan.  

We also walked around and went up a certain spot wherein you can view the whole of Estancia. We went there at night so the lights, air and ambiance spelled romance. Twas a warm corner in the middle of Tagaytay.

Our accomodation came in with free breakfast. We chose between their set meals. Their morning menu was not so memorable, however, the view of Taal volcano from our table was rewarding. While waiting for our food, I went through their menu and was weirded out on why they do not have anything Greek.  Kasi diba, they are a Greek inspired hotel, so expected na may Greek food. Oh well.

Anyway, the rest of our stay was really nice. Cozy bed. Very relaxing ambiance. Warm staff.

Out of 5, I will give Estancia 4 stars. I am reccommending it for families with kids because of their wide lawn. Those who also want to have a quiet time or retreat with the Lord will find Estancia perfect. They also have other ammenities such as Jaccuzi, billiard hall and playground.