Why Megaworld’s Twin Lakes Hotel in Batangas Should Be Your Next Staycation Venue
One need not look further for the next family destination. Just a two hour drive from the metro and a peek from the car window would reveal a majestic façade reminiscent of Europe’s old castles. This architectural beauty is Megaworld’s Php1.5 billion offering to the hotel and tourism industry: the Twin Lakes Hotel.
Thanks to the hard work of Megaworld’s subsidiary, Global-Estate Resorts, Inc (GERI), Twin Lakes Hotel came into fruition this month. Located in a 1,200 hectare tourism estate development, the hotel takes pride in its own grape-growing vineyard—the first ever hotel in the Philippines to have one. Once the 10-hectare vineyard is in full bloom, General Manager Jun Jimenez envisions it to be the hotel’s primary source for wines, jams, grapes, and the like.
“People want something new. We worked around that concept to compete with other competitive hotels within the area,” Jimenez says. Since Batangas is a prime spot for people who want to relax and enjoy a view, Twin Lakes Hotel offers rooms with its own balconies where guests can enjoy a breath of fresh air while gazing at the beautiful Taal Lake and volcano. The hotel has 122 rooms in total, 35 of which opened this month, and would be in full swing on February next year. Divided into five categories—Superior, Deluxe, Executive, Family, and Presidential Suite—Twin Lakes Hotel offers a varied selection of accommodations with a wide price range perfect for convention attendees, couples, friends, and families.
It is also not hard to imagine a destination wedding or a special celebration taking place in its halls. Guests can easily be drawn to the opulent interiors, calming Batangas air, the relaxing silence, and the romantic view—all that the experts behind Twin Lakes Hotel made sure to cover.
To provide the total guest experience for different kinds of occasions, Twin Lakes Hotel also has a game room, pool deck, kiddie pool, an outdoor lounge, a business center, a boardroom, and meeting rooms. It also boasts an in-house wellness spa, a heated infinity pool, and a grand ballroom that can accommodate 500 people.
Twin Lakes Café, an all-day dining restaurant, is in operation for casual dining. Guests can choose from a varied selection of dishes: a Spaghetti Vongole and a Lengua Financiera to a Batangas speciality, the bulalo. More dining options are available at the Twin Lakes Shopping Village which is a leisure walk away from the hotel’s main building. An exclusive membership privilege card, Club Access, is up for grabs wherein cardholders can enjoy exciting perks and discounts from local hotels nationwide.
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