LOOK: These Tropical Villas Are Right in the Heart of Tagaytay City

Up to 17 guests can stay here.
by | August 11, 2022

Missed the sun during the summer? It’s never too late to go on a tropical getaway and you don’t have to book tickets to fly to other local destinations to have one. Perfect for weekend stays to indulge in a short breather, VYU Private Villa offers an exclusive tropical stay right in the heart of Tagaytay City:


VYU Private Villa

Here’s to the plans made with your barkada or family members – it’s finally time to make them happen. If you don’t have the time to spare on the road, go for the short drive to Tagaytay City and spend a night at these stylish and exclusive villas. They’re close to where the popular establishments are, so exploring the city after your staycation sounds ideal for a fun weekend trip.

Surrounded by trees, a garden, and lush plants, VYU offers a scenic tropical getaway for a maximum of 17 guests. And you don’t have to worry about being crammed into one space for your group – there are three rooms in the villa, all of which have a garden view.

Boasting floor-to-ceiling glass doors, the common spaces at VYU private villa are bright, clean, and inviting. Spend a lazy afternoon in the living area or sing your heart out at the karaoke-equipped entertainment area.

These villas will also feel like a home away from home, with their full kitchen and dining area.


Outdoor amenities

While the indoor dining area is perfect for an intimate mealtime, you might want to have your meals in a more picturesque setting during your stay. VYU also has an outdoor dining area, which is perfect for merienda in between swimming during the daytime and late-night drinking while enjoying the cool weather at night.

No relaxing staycation is complete without some pool time, which you can also enjoy exclusively.

VYU also has an outdoor grilling station near the pool area.

Rates at VYU Private Villa start at P18,000 for an overnight weekday stay.


For booking inquiries and more information, send a message on Facebook.

When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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