Taal Vista Hotel’s story began in 1936 when then newly elected Philippine Commonwealth president Manuel L. Quezon expressed his desire to develop Tagaytay as a tourism destination. And on Oct. 7, 1939, the Taal Vista Lodge became the first and only deluxe hotel in Tagaytay.
As Taal Vista Hotel celebrate its 80th anniversary this year with a theme “Taal Vista Hotel, Here For Always,” the hotel have events lined up throughout 2019.
Last June 15, Taal Vista Hotel launched their first-ever art show entitled “ART FOR ALWAYS, A Tagaytay Art Locale Exhibit.”
“This is our way of honoring and promoting the region’s great talents. And because good art moves, influences and affects how we feel, we are featuring the art pieces that will make the viewers more engaged and inspired,” said Taal Vista Hotel’s general manager Richard Gamlin.
Situated at the Lake Wing exhibit area of Taal Vista Hotel, the two-month long group show is of free admission open to all guests and art enthusiasts.
The art exhibit features top and upcoming artists from Batangas, Laguna, Cavite and Manila, namely Wilfredo Calderon, Michael Anthony Sagaran, Lawton Ladao, Joemarie Sanclaria, Ronald Castrillo, Camille Chua, Tanya Gaisano-Lee, and Joemike Tejido.