Front Desk: Scandinavian-inspired hotel opens in Tagaytay

As tourist destinations gradually reopen and regain foothold amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a hotel began welcoming guests before 2020 ended to its 10-story building located along Tagaytay-Nasugbu main highway. 

Tagaytay’s newly opened Hotel Casiana features an elegant Scandinavian-inspired design, from the lobby to its 100 deluxe rooms. 
The 100-room Hotel Casiana had a soft opening on Dec. 18.

It features an elegant Scandinavian-inspired design—uncluttered, gracefully simplistic, functional, and harmonious—which can be seen from the lobby to the rooms available for occupancy. 

During the day, natural light comes in through full-height mirror walls, while at night, golden glow envelopes the welcome area courtesy of sleek warm lighting.

In light of the current situation, Hotel Casiana strictly adheres to IATF guidelines and the local government’s strict implementation for both the hotel team and guests, such as wearing face masks and face shields, enforcing physical distancing, imposing age restrictions, monitoring of body temperature, and strategically placing rubbing alcohol in common areas.

The hotel’s soon-to-open leisure and business amenities and services will include a full-service restaurant, a café, and a bar; a fully-equipped gym and spa; and a completely finished ready-to-use heated pool. But due to safety protocols, the pool is not ready to serve guests.

Call (046) 423-7473, 0916-501-6060, or 0968-412-1333 or email [email protected] for inquiries and reservations. 

Topics: COVID-19 , Tagaytay , Hotel Casiana , IATF , Scandinavian-inspired design
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