Domicillo Design Hotel: boutique hotel in Tagaytay

A lovely boutique hotel in Tagaytay nestled at a hillside area with sweeping views of the famous Taal Volcano and the lake. This greeted me when I arrived at Domicillo Design Hotel that is a league of its own. It champions Philippine design and crafts, done by well known designers and an organic architecture that blends well with nature. Personally, it’s the perfect place to cocoon, to get away from the urban rush and just enjoy the scenery of volcano, lake and the cool Tagaytay…Continue Reading “Domicillo, a gem of a boutique hotel in Tagaytay”

Comfort. Design. Service. Three words that I love about Sheraton Bandung Hotel & Towers. After a long day’s tour and going around Bandung, enjoying the sites, the food and architecture, nothing beats the cozy comfort that the hotel’s suites offer. Foremost is its Sheraton Bed that makes all the difference to one’s stay with its high quality cushioning foam and quilted fabrics, the wondrous feel of the sheets as you touch it as well as the feather and down pillows. Whether you have the Garden…Continue Reading “You will definitely love Sheraton Bandung”

I just miss traveling when I stay longer than usual here in Makati for work. I miss the beach, interesting food, great places and staycations that my mind drifted to Palawan and now reminiscing my two night stay at Club Paradise in Dimakya Island off Coron. The resort is remote and gives you that feeling of a real staycation, a real vacation away from the trivialities of life, where the breaking waves wake you up in the morning, good food, cozy suites and restful sleep….Continue Reading “10 things I miss in Club Paradise Coron”

If you’re a frequent traveler, hotel accommodation expenses really eat up much of the budget. For a traveler like me, I really don’t want to stay in dorm type rooms in hostels. I prefer the solitude I can have of staying alone in the room. That’s why when I travel especially abroad, I have a host of apps in my smartphone to check the cheapest rate. One time, during transit travel in Kuala Lumpur, where I just need to stay for a few hours and…Continue Reading “My HotelQuickly experience in Kuala Lumpur”

I didn’t book any hotels in Tokyo before I left Manila. It was only when I was in the Keisei Skyliner, a high speed train from Narita International Airport did I bother to check for accommodations because I actually had no plans on what to do in this Japanese capital other than to visit a grand architecture, the St. Mary’s Cathedral by Pritzker Prize winner, Architect Kenzo Tange. I didn’t know what area of Tokyo I will be staying but just decided to find an…Continue Reading “My first time experience sleeping at a capsule hotel”