[I Love World Pyro Olympics ] I Lust for Boutique!


The Boutique rooms seems to have a life on its own. The moment that you remove your shoes, the entire room conspires to never let you out of its door. The bed with its lotsa and lotsa pillows seduce you with its relaxing embrace; while the bathroom dares you to use it with its naughty glass walls and arousing spa shampoo, conditioner and soap. Unfortunately, we made the mistake to stay in the “I Lust” room which is the Queen of The Boutique rooms; it is the only room with a bath tub beside its bed. The seduction never ends; the flat screen TV together with the amplified speakers brings to life the DVD experience that will make you forget that you are in Tagaytay.

Perhaps, the only time that you will realize that you are in Tagaytay is when you wake up in the morning and you’ll be greeted by the cool breeze and a stunning view of the Tagaytay Lake. Before you get the urge to exercise outside your room, breakfast in bed is served; I can assure you the only time you will walk out of your room is when you are about to check out. At this point, you’ll suddenly wake up from your temporary amnesia on how expensive the room is. In the end, you’ll justify it to yourself that it was a truly unique and memorable seduction experience.

This is the The Boutique Experience.

This is not a door. This is a portal passage to The Boutique experience. I’ll let you in and give you a sneak peek of the I Lust room.

This King size Bed of the I Lust room with the glass walled bathroom teasing you to take a wild shower.

Who can resist this bed and all its pillows?

Flat screen TV, DVD with amplified speakers — a fatal combination.

Before sleeping, they serve you with a cup of hot chocolate; an aphrodisiac perhaps? This is included in their room package.

Most of the rooms have a sunrise view to wake you up for your breakfast in bed.

You wake up to the priceless view of Taal Lake.

Bath tub anyone?

Finally, the Breakfast in Bed that you will never forget. They have the usual choice from Filipino to American to Continental breakfast.

The Boutique
45 Aguinaldo Hi-way
Silang Crossing East, Tagaytay City
Cavite (Just near the Rotonda)
Tel: (+63 46) 413-1885, (+63 46) 413-1795, (+63 46) 413-1698

Modes of payment: All major credit cards, Cash
Room rates per day:
$140 – $220

Check in/Check out:
2:00:PM / 12:00 PM

Services and facilities:
gift shop, business center
room service, laundry service, cable tv, Selections of body essentials from the home made “pamper me” line, selections of pillows (goose down. microfiber, etc…), Wi-fi /Wireless Internet access, wall mounted LCD tv’s in all rooms, iPod ready speakers/docks and King size beds w/ soft feather co
1 restaurant serving International, Seafood and Grill
Baby Back Ribs cuisines

Another word of advice:
If you happen to get the rooms on the ground floor, please lock your doors. This is to avoid other people mistaking it for their room or the restrooms. This has happened to us twice when we decided to change our room the second time. Good thing, we were all in our proper attire already or they will have the shock of their lives!


14 thoughts on “[I Love World Pyro Olympics ] I Lust for Boutique!

  1. Wow, what a nice place! Very good for couples. 😉
    Anton, you should post more details on this, especially regarding rates and other expenses. Can be very helpful for local web 2.0 bachelors. 😉

  2. Hi Anton,
    I enjoyed reading your blog its like a personal emergency link already whenever i’m looking for new restaurants, new place to discover and just anything to update me of your new discoveries. I’ve been wanting to write a post and congratulate you for a job well done and thank you for sharing to us. Its always been a pleasure reading your blogs. I’m interested now about this exciting and mysterious boutique sounds cool and inviting. Hope you could inform us more. Oh yes the rate is bit pricey but i guess its worth it.

  3. Hi Anton,
    I really like your blog, i read it regularly and it never ceases to amaze and amuse me. I’m really getting very jealous of all these things that you get to do, hope i have as much time as you do so I can also go to places like The Boutique. How do you have all this time? Anyways, really enjoy your blog.

  4. hi anton,
    thanks for sharing your family’s adventures …
    i always visit your blog to check out for the new places u’ve been and get some tips too. God Bless!

  5. hi. were you able to view all the rooms inside? do all the rooms come with the complimentary hot chocolate? which is the cheapest and most expensive room?
    did u bring aidan along? i read in click the city that this is exclusively for couples only?
    thanks always..i do love your posts..i look forward to reading a new one every morning at work. hehehe.

  6. Thank you for sharing your experience. Nice place indeed! We’ll definitely book a room when we go to the Philippines this year. Is this place accessible by public transport?

  7. Good to know this i.m very much interested and wants to book on our next holiday in phils.
    what do you think is the best room?How should i reserve the room?Thank you so much.I.m interested in th I LUST room how much u think will cost us for 2days?GOD BLESS

  8. Hi anton,
    i have read your blogs. would u pls send me all ur pix of the boutique bed and breakfast for my documentation on our research study… & pls do help me for the surveys… inform others as well.. thank u very much! im hoping for your cooperation.. thank u!

  9. Hello! we’ve been reading your blogs as guide to our travels =p just want to ask though is the boutique accessible via commute? if yes, how do we commute there? thank you…we would really appreciate any help. good day!

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