Set in a private garden in Tagaytay, Moon Garden is a magical place to stay in for a trip to Tagaytay.
Here you’ll be transported to Bali with all the rustic and relaxing vibe this place is giving off. With how commercialized Tagaytay has become in the recent years, finding spots like this in the middle of the city is so refreshing.
Amenities and Features
You can book a casita or a birdhouse at Moon Garden in Tagaytay. Casita Each Casita offers a king sized bed, a private bathroom, a closet, and a table. I loved that the Casita was designed with a see through screen on one wall so you can feel closer to nature and enjoy watching the birds play and dance.
We booked the Moon Garden Casita 4. The best part for me would be the bathroom just behind the bed. On each side of your bed is a curtained entrance to the bathroom. It’s designed so the bedroom and bathroom is somewhat merged together. The only downside to this is that when one of your companions poop, you’ll be smelling it all over the room. Hahaha. But the pros definitely outweigh the cons.
Their bathrooms include a hot and cold shower, a bidet, toilet, two sinks, and a wide mirror.
I don’t know how they do it but the rooms smell so good. I love it!
On the other hand, the birdhouse is a lot bigger than the casitas. This one can accommodate 4 guests and has two beds!
This is a hut with two levels. The upper level is the bedroom while the lower level contains the bathroom and the toilet.
I’d say the whole place is a tropical garden with several casitas all over the place! There’s a lot of plants here so you’ll be seeing a lot of green.
Aside from that, there are a few gazebos where you can chill, relax and watch the fishes and frogs on the ponds. There are even lilies and their flowers are more beautiful in real life. Ahhh just thinking about it makes me feel Zen.
Also, you’ll find a pavilion in the middle of Moon Garden. This is where the free WiFi is. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to check its speed because it wasn’t working when we got there.
At Moon Garden, you get a complimentary breakfast. They’ll let you choose your food. I had adobo flakes, scrambled eggs, fried rice and tea while Ryk had corned beef, poached eggs, fried rice and tea. But that’s not all, we also had fresh fruits. Yum!
Things to Note
- There’s a wide parking area inside the garden.
- Since the casitas are in the garden, you’ll have to deal with insects (especially mosquitoes). We had a lot of bites despite wearing repellents.
- WiFi is only at the pavilion.
- There’s a strong mobile data signal within the garden. Smart has a 4G connection.
- Breakfast can be claimed from 7:30-10:00 AM.
- Check in starts at 1:00 PM and check out is until 11:00 AM.
- There’s no air conditioner inside the rooms but no need to worry. There are fans. Plus, Tagaytay isn’t that hot.
How To Book (And Discount)
I booked our room via Airbnb.You can book via the links below.
- Casita 1: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/36153022
- Casita 2: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/27473618
- Casita 3: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/27473965
- Casita 4: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/27474168
- Casita 5: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/27475590
- Birdhouse: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/27474460
Here’s a P1,600 discount on your first booking when you sign up on Airbnb using this referral link.
How To Get There
- WAZE: Input “Moon Garden Tagaytay”
- Ride a bus heading to Tagaytay and ask the driver to drop you off at Olivarez.
- From here, ride a tricycle going to Moon Garden.
Travel Tip: Check schedules and availability of buses, or taxis to book online with 12Go Asia.
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Johanes is a digital nomad and a web content writer who loves to go on spontaneous travels. She also likes to go camp under the stars and play with her dog and cats.