Towering at 10 stories high, the imposing edifice of Hotel Casiana is now part of the Tagaytay skyline, with the hotel offering a peaceful and relaxing home for leisure and business travelers.
The new hotel has 100 serene and cozy rooms of different comfortable and functional arrangements, whether it be a two-single bed, king couple bed, small to big family suites, all of which are deluxe with the finest amenities and upscale finishing, and features rooms with smart toilets. All these and more will surely please guests, whether they are with family, friends, or business associates.
The pandemic has affected Tagaytay, a haven for tourism. But amid the challenges, Hotel Casiana is very optimistic in the business climate of the city. Thus, the opening Hotel Casiana is not only a proof of the trust and commitment to Tagaytay’s tourism opportunities and potentials, but is also the hotel’s “citizenship commitment” to provide employment to members of the sector affected by this health crisis.
During the hotel’s socially distanced soft opening on December 18, Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Harry Roque lauded the hotel’s management for providing opportunities and employment to Filipino workers. “Tourism is very important as it provides jobs and income to our fellowmen. For me, what Hotel Casiana is doing is very commendable as it helps Tagaytay on its way to recovery,” Roque said.
Roque also led the ribbon-cutting ceremony, together with Representative Dr. Janette Garin, Hotel Casiana president Jerry T. Sy, business partner Anthony Li, and general manager Aileen Lin.
Hotel Casiana’s opening is also at its most opportune time with the holiday season. Your Christmas becomes merrier with an across-the-board half the room rate price.
While it is the hotel’s utmost wish to welcome everyone, current health and safe protocols limit its capacity. The hotel will strictly adhere to the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) guidelines and the local government’s strict implementation for both the hotel team and guests, such as wearing of face masks and face shields, enforcing physical distancing, imposing age restrictions, monitoring of body temperature, and the use of alcohol placed strategically in common areas.
Hotel Casiana’s soon-to-open leisure and business amenities and services will include a full-service restaurant, a pleasant café, and a vibrant bar for night caps; a fully-equipped gym and spa and a completely finished ready-to-use heated pool. But due to safety protocols, the pool is not ready to serve guests.
Guests will appreciate the hotel’s elegant Scandinavian-inspired design–uncluttered, gracefully simplistic, functional, fully harmonious–which could already be previewed from its lobby up to its rooms. During the day, natural light comes in through full-height mirror walls, while at night, golden glow envelopes the welcome area courtesy of sleek warm lighting.
All these features and amenities of the hotel are naught without guests remembering that during their stay, they were comfortably and securely served by the “benchmark of excellent service”–the Hotel Casiana’s brand of service.
Hotel Casiana is along the Tagaytay–Nasugbu main highway, near the Mahogany Market and Taal Lake.
For inquiries or reservations, you may call (+63) 916-5016060 (Globe), (+63) 968-4121333 (Smart), or (+63) 46-4237473. You could also email: [email protected] or visit the official Facebook page: Hotel Casiana.