AMENITIES

Each guest room has all the modern conveniences, i.e.

Free breakfast

24-hour direct dial telephone

Satellite TV with more than 21 channels

All rooms en suite (your own private comfort room,) which is the local lingo for "rest or bath room."

Each comfort room comes with a shower, toilet and sink with very impressive tiles and strong hot and cold running water.

Queen size and twin beds available.

Bunk beds for your children in our family rooms...they'll love them

Each room has air cond, as the locals call it (better known as air conditioning,) but you'll rarely if ever need it with Tagaytay's cool climate.

The large windows and doors, all screened, offers a breeze during the night, which at times requires a blanket to keep you warm.

Each room has its own private balcony with sitting area offering magnificent overlooking views of Taal volcano and lake.

The superior rooms offer extra large windows with superior views of Taal volcano and lake and are end of unit rooms offering greater privacy.

Roof Top Lounge area

Roof Top breakfast area

Extra sleeping beds available (additional cost per adult.)

FREE wi-fi (wireless) broadband internet for our customers in our business/office center. To the best of our knowledge we are the ONLY hotel in Tagaytay offering such service.

DVD and VCD's available (additional cost.)

Public transportation stops right in front of the Royal Taal Inn.

Spectacular views of Taal volcano and lake from all rooms

Pick-up and return to airport available (additional cost,) for our international visitors.

24-hour security guards

Secure parking for your automobile

Back up generator for 24/7 power.

Snacks and soft drinks available (additional cost) until late evening time.

Sight seeing and travel agency bookings available to help you enjoy your stay.

Just minutes to restaurants, parks and major attractions, i.e. golf courses, Tagaytay Highlands, casino, horse back riding, picnic area, plus much more

The surprisingly large family rooms sleeps two adults and two children, a rare event in today's holiday industry, though there are only a few rooms suitable for a family of four and they do book up fast.

Though the Royal Taal doesn't have a restaurant, you can enjoy morning breakfast on the inn's rooftop area, and order snacks and sandwich's until evening time. Soda's, long distance telephone calling cards, a DVD player and DVD/VCD movies are also available for rent along with other miscellaneous but at times essential necessities. These include, but are not limited to tooth brushes, tooth paste, razors, local mobile phone sim chips, top up and long distance calling cards are all available. Everything is well thought out and planned for both visiting Filipino's and especially overseas guests.