Just this weekend, I went to Tagaytay with a friend and we stayed at Grand Quartiers Resort Suites in Crosswinds. It was a last minute plan, I was actually thinking about going on this crazy adventure by myself, you know, taking the bus and stuff.... luckily I didn't coz Crosswinds is like this uphill-downhill area and before I reach GQ I might have lost 130 lbs, 20 lbs more than my weight. I really wasn't familiar with the place (aside from the internet research I did) so when I got there I quickly understood why the Things To Do part of the site consisted of things you can do in Tagaytay, and not at GQ or Crosswinds. Crosswinds is like a Swiss themed village of resthouses, and some more develpments were still under construction.
The Studio room was so better than I expected. It consisted of 2 beds, a bathroom and a kitchen area and I wish I knew this beforehand. The first thing in my mind was "I should've brought more friends. AND FOOD TO COOK." The room was very nice.
|CABLE TV!! with my fat foreshortened legs|
|love the bedside lamp|
GQ just opened last December, and their restaurant is still under construction, as well as the gym and chapel. We had to go to Tagaytay proper to have dinner. We ate at LZM.
|bigass badass bangus and kangkong (OH YEAH)|
Just watched TV till we fell asleep! HAHA what a lazy weekend. The next day we had our buffet breakfast at the Clubhouse. They have free shuttle service that can take you around crosswinds. On the way back, we decided to walk and experience the fresh air uphill and downhill! hehe It was a good walk though :)
|light breakfast - corn soup, coffee...|
|eggs, bacon and hashbrown!|
|GQ Resort Suites|
|malakas yung hangin talaga|
|yes! yes to this!|
|adding more trees|
It was a relaxing stay, and if given the chance, I would definitely go back there. Next time, maybe a relaxing stay with my family or crazy night with more friends.
Thank you to the very accommodating staff of GQ Resort Suites Tagaytay :)