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Taal Vista Hotel marks 81st anniversary with special offers

Taal Vista Hotel has rolled out its 81st anniversary promos for the entire month of October as a way of thanking its loyal patrons.

The hotel, a landmark in Tagaytay, has come a long way since it first opened its doors as Taal Vista Lodge on October 7, 1939. And in the middle of today's health crisis, it is relentlessly striving to reach new heights in redefining guest experience and service.

Guests can avail an overnight stay with breakfast for two promo that starts at P5,281. It also includes a Filipino afternoon tea set for two and a complimentary safety kit consisting of facial mask, hand sanitizer and wipes.

Guests can enjoy quiet relaxation and the impressive beauty of Taal Lake with the assurance of a safe haven with the hotel’s SustainablySafe program.

For the safety of its dining guests, Taal Vista Hotel has repurposed its buffet setting and has introduced the Food Hall, a medley of food stations that offer fresh local and international dishes. It is available on Saturdays for lunch and dinner, and on Sundays for lunch only at P999 per person.

Taal Vista Hotel guests who simply want to have some fun and drive a short distance to shake off the blues and quarantine fatigue can enjoy their favorite cocktail drinks with the two-for-one Bacardi cocktails promo for only P220 for Mojito and P200 for Cuba Libre.

The hotel’s “Here, For Always” tagline continues to live on. Taal Vista Hotel looks forward to welcoming guests with Filipino hospitality at heart, stunning views, and authentic food and beverage offerings for many years to come.

Topics: Taal Vista Hotel , SustainablySafe , Tagaytay , Food Hall
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