If I were to retire in the future, and if circumstances would permit, I’d like my wife and I to settle in Tagaytay.
Just like Baguio, Tagaytay is a place that has always been close to my heart. And since Baguio is too far from the metro, it doesn’t seem to fit into my criteria of ideal retirement places.
Tagaytay on the other hand is likewise located away from the metropolis but still conveniently close to it in case heading back there is required.
And though retirement is still far from my mind, that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy the wonderful attractions, delicious delicacies and pleasant climate that Tagaytay is known for.
Whenever my family and I want to get away and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, Tagaytay is always top of mind. It’s the perfect place to temporarily disconnect from the daily grind and recharge.
One of the best places to stay at to fully immerse yourselves with everything beautiful and breathtaking about Tagaytay is none other than “Taal Vista Hotel”.
My family, together with a few of my balikbayan in-laws had the wonderful opportunity to spend a couple of days at Taal Vista Hotel. And since some of my in-laws have been away from the Philippines for more than 10 years, it was all the more fitting that we stayed at a place in Tagaytay that was familiar to them and easily recognizable.
True enough, the moment we arrived at Taal Vista Hotel, it immediately made my in-laws feel at home… perhaps in part because the place is very homey and also due to the fact that its distinguishable facade hasn’t changed throughout the years, offering older folks a hint of nostalgia.