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It has 48 Standard, 12 Superior and 8 Deluxe rooms. Each room has its own balcony overlooking a spectacular view of the Taal lake and the volcano
The hotel has a roof deck restaurant and bar.
Situated along Aguinaldo Highway towardsTagaytay City. The hotel provides a commanding view of the Famous Taal Lake Volcano. It is nestled on the mountainside, forming a magnificent enclave in the Tagaytay Ridge. Days Hotel Tagaytay is barely an hour and half drive from Manila and about 50 meters from the City of Rotonda. It's an easy drive down the famous beaches of Anilao, Matabungkay and Nasugbu.
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