Piña Colina Resort

Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Rd., Tagaytay, Cavite

Piña Colina Resort
4.0 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 0
  • 4 stars 6
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 7 Reviews
  • 45 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers

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Price Range

₱1,935 - ₱10,400

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Extra Beds for Infant 0-2 years:
Stay in for free.
Extra Beds for Children 3-5 years:
Stay in for free.

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Most Recent Reviews

Denise A.
4.0 Stars

I went here with my boyfriend and his relatives an during a weekend.
It is situated in Tagaytay - Batangas.
It's called Pina Colina because it's beside a Pineapple Field! Cool isn't it?

They really have big cottages here. This place is nice for big family reunions and for team buildings. They even have an area where you can do your team building. They have an obstacle course and a swing and a TRUMPOLINE!

I remembered I kept on jumping pn that even if I was so tired already. It just made me happy! Hahaha!
There's a kiddie pool and a mini slide. The pool's water temp is SO COLD. Freezing cold that even if it was so hot and humid, I just showered in the bathroom. Lol! Their pool is also dirty and they didn't even bother to remove the insects swimming in it.

But during the night, they open their Jacuzzi (Hot Water/Warm) where we stayed and did our small chit chat's! And drank beer.

The rooms are big. Some cottages even have more than 4 bedrooms. They have clean bathrooms. We stayed in a 3-floor cottage. Room temp is okay, they have tv and cable.

It's a good place to spend for a short time. But I wish they would've improve the CLEANLINESS of the resort. Sayang kasi complete sila sa gamit and everything, pero tinatamad na silang linisin yung place 128542

Will I come back? Not sure! I think there are better places around na mas maeenjoy ko pa. Plus walang view deck where you can make muni-muni. Nothing special to see when you look outside the window. Haha!

I forgot, as for the price i'm not sure pero I think a cottage is around P7,000 per night. Not bad if marami kayo.


  • No. of Comments: 6
Paula P.
4.0 Stars

After our trip to Laiya, Batangas during holy week, we decided to stay another night in Tagaytay. Unplanned vacation is always the best! We saw Piña Colina through internet so we called them if they still have rooms for us. Most of the hotels we called were fully booked. The same thing that happened to us in Laiya. Good thing they still have! We went there to check the place and instantly fell in love with it. The place is hidden so we had trouble looking for it.

Their Casita (picture above) is good for 6 people. It costs us P7,150, I think? Worth it though. You can cook inside, they have utensils that can be used for cooking except spoon, fork, plate, etc. Their rooms have aircon & fan. I cannot complain much because I enjoyed my stay there. They have a small pool. Its so cold but heck its really hot that day.

The place is quiet so you can really relax here if you want. I want to go back!

Tip: P6,050 lang pag regular day. Tipid!

  • No. of Comments: 6
Abi T.
4.0 Stars

A perfect place for family or peer gatherings! Affordable and cozy128076

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Erick B.
3.0 Stars

Went here to celebrate my mom's birthday. The place looks nice. They have a small pool, basketball court, playground, and obstacle course. Unfortunately, I didn't take a photo of the place :(

The food was pretty good too. The only dish I disliked was the one on the photo which is the honey garlic spareribs. The coating was okay but the pork was mostly fat and was really hard to eat.

I had a full-body massage here. It actually felt good while they were doing it. Unfortunately, a couple of minutes after it finished, my body started to ache all over and I felt like I was beaten up. And now I have fever. Dunno why but it sucks.

  • No. of Comments: 10
Jae R.
4.0 Stars

This has always been our 'overnight' place whenever we want to spend the weekend in Tagaytay. Their casitas (rooms/houses) are spacious and comes equipped with a kitchen and grill.

-1 star since they stopped lending plates and dining utensils. The rooms/casitas used to come with those. 128542

  • No. of Comments: 6
Gee M.
4.0 Stars

Good for a family weekend out. Has a pool for lounging. You have the option to rent a cabin with kitchen or purely rooms only. Though the area isn't that big, it's great if you're looking for a place to stay.

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Kat O.
4.0 Stars

I was the one in-charge to organize our barkada's summer getaway last year. They wanted me to look for an intimate place where we could enjoy each other's company.

I immediately looked in tagaytay and saw this place. Pina Colina is nestling on top of a hill, furnished with their inns' modern architecture. There is only one pool and a sundeck jacuzzi fit for 10 people. The place is not crowded, so the pool size is not an issue. People are very accommodating and their TINOLANG MANOK is a must-try. Actually, the food here is divine. We also tried their PINAKBET and CALDERETA. Yum! Also, Rooms are spacious and clean. Kudos to the management!

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