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"Bordering Pasig City and a short drive from Metro Manila proper, Taytay is home to Club Manila East that features a lagoon built in the shape of Laguna de Bay and wave pools with waves big enough to surf on. Also found here is that St. John the Baptist Church which was built in 1579."

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BEDROOM Meaco Royal Hotel - Taytay

Meaco Royal Hotel - Taytay

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Taytay, Rizal
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Mariposa Budget Hotel - Taytay
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Meaco Royal Hotel - Taytay, Mariposa Budget Hotel - Taytay

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Rodrigo Allain A Lacsamana
28 Nov 2021
Probably the worst “hotel” I've stayed in. I'm certain that they don't disinfect their rooms properly. There's even a used lubri***ing thing in one of the drawers! The ac in our room iced obviously needs to be cleaned. When we reported it to the front desk, the maintenance went to our room just to give us a dirty rug and advised us to turn the ac off. Moreover, my other relatives stayed in another room just to encounter and use a clogged toilet. They addressed their concern pero wala parin. They didn't even try to fix it. Told them to compensate for the issues but obviously, their staff are unprofessional as they weren't trained or advised by their manager or supervisor with certain issues like what I've mentioned above. Anyway, we had to extend the room and I asked for the breakdown of fees and they weren't able to provide one! I don't know. We aren't looking for a five star hotel feel but we had no other choice since this is the closest hotel we found, not to mention there are only two hotels in Taytay, that is closest to Loyola. To sum it all up, yes it's cheap but the rooms are filthy. Staff are friendly but aren't well-trained. Poor management.

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Most commonly asked questions in Taytay

Where are the best cities to visit in Taytay?

The best cities to visit in Taytay are Antipolo, Tanay, San Mateo, Binangonan, Morong, Angono, Cainta, Baras

What are the best hotels and most popular in Taytay?

The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Meaco Royal Hotel - Taytay, Mariposa Budget Hotel - Taytay

How many hotels are listed in Taytay?

Currently, there are around 2 hotels that you can book in Taytay

About

Taytay in the province of Rizal is well-known for being a mecca for cheap shopping thrills through the Taytay Tiangge (bazaar). Many thrifty fashionistas flock to this part of the Philippines to visit and buy from locally-made dressmakers in an effort to support the local fashion industry.

Taytay

Taytay is bordered by Cainta in the north, the cities of Pasig and Taguig in the West, Antipolo in the east, and Angono in the south. It’s also quite near to Laguna de Bay, so some resorts within the city offer breathtaking views.


How to Go

By land transportation

From Metro Manila, take the C-6 Road if you’re coming from the south of the metropolis, or Ortigas Avenue from Pasig City if you’re coming from Makati and further up north.


Getting Around

There are jeepneys, buses, tricycles, and other modes of transportation that can get you to any attraction in Taytay.


Tourist Attractions

The number one attraction is the Taytay Tiangge, where people can buy affordable local clothing. These fashion finds are made by the dressmakers of Taytay, who used to set up shop in Manila’s shopping cheaper shopping areas like Divisoria, Greenhills, and Baclaran.

Taytay Tiangge

After a day of shopping, you may take a dip at Club Manila East, a water park with a fun wave pool for kids and the kids-at-heart to enjoy. However, if you want to take a walk on the wild side, go to Tres Escalon Falls located in Barangay Dolores, for a stunning view of fresh water cascading through a narrow gorge beneath it. It’s also a good place for intimate events like wedding receptions.


Top Things to Do

Shop till you drop at Taytay Tiangge. You can spend PHP1,000 and you’ll already have a haul going home. For those who don’t like shopping at all, you can take a ride to other cities nearby Taytay or Angono to visit cultural sites.


Where to Eat

Bininyabasan sa Bangus

Casual dining is often the best way to nourish yourself around Taytay. The Bang Café offers some Taytay local viands on certain days, such as Bininyabasan sa Bangus—or sour soup with milkfish, similar to Manila’s sinigang—on Thursdays. It’s also worth trying DonnAppetit Garden Grill’s highly recommended pork sisig (sizzling deep fried pork parts), sizzling tofu, and sizzling chicken.


Nightlife

There are many bars open until the early morning. For laughs and a good night out with the guys (or gals), get a table at Emgrande Comedy Bar and Restaurant. For chill nights, get a pint of beer at East District Bar and Grill. Finally, Night Shift Club is also good for large groups.


Where to Stay

Privato Hotel

Because of its proximity to Manila, many travelers tend to find hotels there instead. However, if you want to be closer to the “Garment Capital of the Philippines”, you have several choices for budget hotels. For less than PHP2,000/night, sleep at Mariposa Budget Hotel, Privato Hotel, and The Exchange Regency Hotel.

For those who would like more amenities in their hotel accommodations, it’s worth staying at LeBlanc Hotel and Restaurant for around PHP 4,000/night or Loreland Farm Resort.


Travel Tips

  • When shopping, bring your own eco bag (better to bring several if you’re planning to do some major retail therapy).
  • Bring cash as much as possible, and keep a close eye on your valuables.
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  • Best to start your trip early in the morning to get the most of your day.
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