Stayed overnight last weekend at Crosswinds hotel. The room was big, with living, dining and kitchen areas, the bedroom was ok with connecting door to the bathroom. The TV in the room had no cable so we watched TV in the living room with Cignal HD cable. We didnt bring any food except our pizza and pasta leftovers from our dinner in Amoroma so we heated the pizza in the microwave. The dining table was already set up for 4, with plates, glass wine. In the morning we drove around and found the pool, small but good enough for kids, beside it was a play area. There was also a Christmas village which was nothing much except a convenience store and a small Christmas house but was locked when we got there. Nothing much to do here except sleep.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Crosswinds Resort Suites is the ideal place to unwind and to recharge. Located inside the leisure community of Crosswinds Tagaytay and nestled on the hillside of this 100 Hectare development, the crisp scent of 20,000 pine trees perfuming the air and the view of rolling hills with sweeping vistas, offer a welcome repose for nerves frayed and tattered by the stresses of work and urban life. Each of the Crosswinds Resort Suites units are beautifully furnished, open for daily, weekly or monthly stays, and are now available at very reasonable rates. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Crosswinds Hotel Tagaytay