Moon Garden

SVD Rd., Tagaytay, Cavite

Moon Garden
4.7
4.5 Stars

11 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 8
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 11 Reviews
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  • 11 Reviewers
Category:
Hotel
Business Hours
Reopens Sun: 7:00a - 5:00p
Phone
+639399139100

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p
  • Monday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p
  • Thursday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p
  • Friday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p
  • Saturday
    • 7:00a - 5:00p

Payment Options

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Facilities

Hotel Star Rating:
2

Most Recent Reviews

Cheska G.
5.0 Stars

Celebrated my birthday here and had a very relaxing stay. 128522

The place is surrounded by different trees, and flowers. There's only a few rooms (I think around 4) so you'll feel that the place is all yours. Room is not air-conditioned but hey, it was too cold!! Hehe! Time to e joy the Tagaytay weather. Room was spacious too. There's a King-sized bed, dining table overlooking the garden/parking lot. The bathroom is unique with its open-type setup. It would be good, though, if there are additional lights on the bathroom
As it only had 2 small lights.

Breakfast is included on the rate. I requested it to be served on one of the kubos. We ordered in advance - mine was longganisa and forgot what the hubby ordered.

Ideal for couples who just want to lay down, enjoy each other's company, read a book and enjoy the fresh air of Tagaytay. It may not be best for children as there is no space for them to actually run around. Most of the flooring are rocks and the path to the garden is a bit high.

Oh, don't forget to bring mosquito patch/spray/lotion to avoid any insect bites. We haven't seen any mosquito flying around but better be safe, right?

For around 3000+ a night, I think the price is quite affordable compared to the other hotels and B&Bs within the area.

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Ralph Waldo L.
5.0 Stars

One of my favorite places to go when i want to escape the busy life in manila. Just a couple of hours away and so close to the SVD seminary where we used to record songs a few years back. This place is so quite and so relaxing that you will want not to go back home. The place also offers good food, just look at the picture. All for 2999.

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Mhie B.
5.0 Stars

I have always been curious about the place but my impression is that it is quite far from the main road and may be difficult to find. I finally got the chance to book for an overnight stay to try and surprisingly, the place is really accessible. I love the serene ambiance and I felt so close to nature during my stay here. The room is simple yet I admire the style. The rooms are non-airconditioned but cool inside. It was actually chilly at night. The rooms look like hobbit houses or mushrooms sprouting from little hills. The breakfast they serve are sumptuous plus the fact that you get to eat in the middle of the garden. Oh, and for coffee addicts like me, Starbucks is just a block away from the place :)

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Sous V.
5.0 Stars

The place is a hidden gem within busy Tagaytay. The place is very picturesque and perfect for nature lovers and to those who want a quiet time.

There is no reception or front desk, no security guards or whatever. Prior reservation is a must for an overnight stay at their villas.

Upon entering this secret garden, you will be greeted by the beautiful greeneries and koi pond with water lilies. Nice wooden pieces of furniture are all over the place for you to enjoy while listening to good music or reading magazines. Try to stay the huts/gazebos near the pond for a more relaxing vibe. Roam around the garden to discover more interesting spots for photos.

Enjoy nature and appreciate it.

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Jaevonne P.
5.0 Stars

Moon Garden was the witness of my 48-hour birthday escape and it was just an enchanting experience. It is a haven that guards a collection of disturbingly beautiful art pieces randomly situated in the most unexpected corners. A harbor that dissolves the concept of time from the tireless tics and tocs of the clock to just the rising and setting of the sun. A place away from the brilliant lights of the metro yet close to the sparkling glow of the stars. It's an aisle of an unending trail with solitude guided with most charming vines in a cadence that only nature understands. And the moon, i told her my secrets...and with her eerie silence, the solace I found.

And maybe it was a dream. Or was it not? Maybe this place exists? Or maybe not? You'll have to check it out...

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Steffhanie S.
5.0 Stars

Why go further when you can find a piece of Bali here?

What was once a private and secret garden was turned into a bed and breakfast garden that you wouldn't want to leave.

Moon Garden in Tagaytay is one perfect place wherein you can find peace and serenity, where you can just reflect and enjoy the blessing of life.

Upon entering the garden's area, luscious greens from the trees and grasses will welcome you. From there, you'll be led to the welcome area that's really made of wooden structure, paired with white cloths, accentuated with various decors made of rattan, bamboo, etc.

There are 2 villas (one villa shown is in my photo) wherein you can enjoy hanging out or where you can have your breakfast served. As you go along exploring the place, you'll see the bigness of the lot was really turned into a beautiful looking secret garden.

The rooms were so nice and comforting too. For 1500php/pax (breakfast include), you'll be staying in hobbit-like cottages made of marble floors, bamboo roof with Balinese inspired interiors.

Aaah! This place is really worth coming back for. If only I could share all my photos here for all of you to see!

Moon Garden is really a piece of Bali that you wouldn't want to miss to experience! 10084128155128156

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Ivy T.
4.0 Stars

My favorite b and b. Although the food is just so sad! 128513

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Beatrize S.
4.0 Stars

This is one of my favorite B&Bs in Tagaytay. Went here for Valentine's weekend 2013 (late but still relevant).

No A/C in the rooms which makes you appreciate the Tagaytay weather more. Rooms have big windows that let air in but private enough since its covered by lots of plants.

Rates include 2 breakfast sets with really good, all-organic food. You have the option to eat in the well-decorated dining room or in one of the gazebos in the garden (as seen in the photo).

Would recommend this for couples on a weekend getaway.

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Chichi T.
5.0 Stars

Something near the city but can give you a relaxing weekend? One of the secret places in Tagaytay 128077

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Andy M.
5.0 Stars

My girlfriend and I went here and what we didn't expect is how awesome and great this place is. The room looks like those cabin cottages in the states. One round room that has a queen size bed, a rectangular shape dining, a TV and the comfort room that was created beautifully. The overnight stay has a free breakfast and the staff was accommodating. Too bad we didn't go around the place since it was raining so hard. But I will definitely go back here again! 128077

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Beatriz A.
4.0 Stars

This was a different experience from the other boutique hotels I've visited in the past. If you want a serene and quiet get away from the metro, this is the place for you. The staff is friendly, efficient and very professional, they made sure you got what you needed. The rooms do not have air conditioning, but the cool Tagaytay breeze makes up for it. The bathroom inside the rooms is interesting because only a wall separates it from the actual bed area, which means you can smell and hear everything haha. I must note though that since it is a nature loving hotel, any food you leave on the bed or table will be attacked by ants before you know it. Also, the frogs come out at night, they're pretty harmless though, so do not be scared, just walk by and they won't mind you.

The hut in the photo is my favorite spot, its great to relax and just enjoy the view while you read a book, drink coffee or even surf the net since wifi is available.

Overall, it was a good experience, I'd recommend it to those who are adventurous in trying out different hotels, because this one is not your average b&b.

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