"There was no option for soap bars and in the middle of the night, I can hear vibrating alarms from the other room. Also, you can clearly hear all outside noise (cars passing through, etc). We didn't have much rest as we thought we could have"
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If you’re having a hard time finding motels in Lipa, let us help you find a motel or similar property from more than 565 lodging options in the area. Simply filter using our search tools by price per night or cost-effective amenities such as free breakfast and free airport transportation.
At many motels, you’ll often find an outdoor pool and free parking. When you stay at a motel property, you’ll usually access your room directly from the parking lot. The first motels popped up in the 1920s as a convenient place to stay for the tired traveler taking a road trip along America’s major roadways.
This is one of the motels you’ll find in the larger area. RedDoorz @ Tagaytay Road is located 18.2 mi (29.3 km) from the heart of Lipa. Enjoy access to the free WiFi and 24-hour front desk, as well as room amenities like air conditioning.
Some outdoorsy places nearby include Taal lake, Taal Volcano, and People’s Park in the Sky. You’ll find these family-friendly attractions in the area: Nestle Philippines Lipa Factory and Sky Ranch. During your trip, here are some other places to visit: SM City Lipa, The Outlets at Lipa, and San Sebastian Cathedral.
Weather can make or break a roadtrip, so we’ve gathered some data about year-round temperatures in Lipa to help you plan yours. The hottest months are usually April and May with an average temp of 82°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 79°F. The rainiest months in Lipa are July, August, September, and June, with each month seeing an average of 14 inches of rainfall.
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"The rooms are not well-maintained. I got a two bedroom suite for roughly 150$ a night (with taxes) which I thought was a good deal. As they say, you get what you’ve paid for, and I certainly did. Let’s start with the positives, the rooms (especially the higher floors) have a nice view of Taal lake. There are lots of restaurants nearby that are walking distance. There’s a strip mall right next to the hotel and owned by the same company that has restaurants, groceries, and merchandise kiosks. Skyranch is a walking distance. The staff is very helpful and friendly. Breakfast buffet was cost efficient. The lobby looks like it can be a luxury hotel. But there’s where it ended for me. The room I got was ok, not great. The room was outdated. Dressers and cabinets definitely had their share of wear and tear. The stove definitely needs an update. The fridge served it’s purpose. Bathroom is ok. Something about their balcony that water puddles in certain spots after it rains. The upholstery on the loveseat was stained. I just wish they would update/renovate their rooms. "
A verified traveler stayed at Summit Ridge Tagaytay
"I beg to disagree with people saying negative reviews about this place. Though some are right, but their regular rooms (which is the oldest rooms they have) is totally different to their deluxe rooms (the newer ones at the 2nd floor). Therefore, I suggest get the deluxe room just have to add a couple of hundreds which is still cheap. Shower room is clean, aircon is cold, bed is enough for 2 pax, tv with cignal cable. I was not able to ask if they have wifi. There are also chairs and tables outside to hangout or eat. Smoking is allowed. Area is cleaned everyday. Btw, there is a parking area.
Near to everything. There is a Fil-Jap restaurant beside it. They have live band during Fridays and Saturdays. They aslo have excellent food and drinks for affordable prices. Very cozy set-up.
There is also Morgano Restaurant which is walking distance from the accomodation that caters Italian food. It is a must try!
Very convenient with 2 sari-sari stores in front of the hotel that sells everything including ice tubes.
From a distance, there is a shop of different varieties of woodcraft.
It is also very near from Tagaytay round-about.
Employees are very approachable, helpful and friendly.
Overall, it was nice stay in a cheap way."
A verified traveler stayed at OYO 741 Sierra Travellers Inns