Our 1st day was just inside the premises of the condo resort hotel, but on our 2nd day of stay, we tried the outdoors and felt the cold summer breeze in the morning, also I love the smell of pine trees around the Quadrilles of Cross Winds Resort Suite here in Tagaytay.
Everything is greeny and living with nature is just 1 hour away from our home in Cavite. I thought at first that living in Cavite is already okay and pollution free, but as time goes by..the polluted air now reaches our area and I think Tagaytay is the best way to escape from a air polluted city.
I'm glad that we still have trees here in Tagaytay, and here in Cross Winds, they planted 20,000 pine tress and continues to preserve and grow more trees.
There are lots of hotels, BnB and resort here in Tagaytay. Cross Winds is now one of the key players in providing luxury living in the mountainside with Swiss style inspired Quadrilles.
We just stayed in our hotel room in our 1st day and we make sure we enjoyed the cooled aircon rooms and also we love the fast wifi connection.
At night was our play time with our son Ashton, here we build the tallest blocks hahaahaha.
During this photo op, Ashton bumps the tall blocks with his butt, the blocks fell to the floor with a major toy blocks tidal wave hahaha.
The next morning, this is our 2nd day, we ask for the FREE car service, we went around Cross Winds and our agenda is to check out the play ground and the swimming pool. There's a schedule for the FREE car service, and it is needed whenever someone ask for lift. The car went back for us when we stayed for a snack at the Christmas Village area.
Here's the pool area, located on the other side of the hill at Cross Winds. You're looking at the kid's pool.
Here's the adult pool and the cabana shelter for everyone. You can have a picnic here, there's a flat land nearby the cabana. Also CR and shower room are available nearby.
The playground area, me and Ashton play ball here and I tried the big slide hhhahaha.
Heli-pad area, the three of us went for a little hike up to another hill. There they have the heli-pad for guest and also for the owner of the whole resort. The heli-pad also serves as venue for weddings, mass and reception or parties!.
Here's my camera, my wife's camera and my son's ball.
Last Holy Week, the heli-pad is converted to a stations of the cross and also mass was held here.
Looking below from the top of this hill is were you can view the construction of the Alpine Village, its a retail and cafe area for walk ins, hotel guest and unit owners.
More pine tress can be spotted here at the heli-pad area. It was hot that day but the cold breeze easily beats the heat of the sun, we continued our hike and did some cool photo ops on top of the hill.
Here's the giant signboard of Cross Winds, you can view the Tagaytay road from the other side of the mountain hhahaha.
Ashton loves to try the jump shot, so here's his attempt jumping in little steps...so cute!
I first introduced to my son Ashton ....the makahiya plant and also the dandelion flower, he's amazed on the makahiya plant and also he enjoys blowing the dandelion flower. I told him to make a wish when he blew the dandelions.
Its a Sunny day Sunday.... clouds are high and the skies are super blue
Here's my levitation photo.....zoom like a dandelion hahahah.
And a hadouken photo trial...oh looks so real... My wife did a great job in acting.
After stroll, we stop by here at the Christmas Store, they have a cafe here that serves cold and hot drinks and also some home made baked muffins.
The cafe staff here assisted us very well. I appreciated the chit chat and also tips going to our next destination here in Cross Winds.
The Christmas Store is an all year round store for Christmas ornaments and displays, its like the home of Santa Claus here in the Philippines. I bet in the future, this will be the spot for a pinoy Santa to live in.
In the other side of the Christmas Store, I spotted this mountain slope and its greeny trees and field and it reminds me of that wall paper of Windows XP.
We also met Lhodie of Cross Winds, she works here for Hospitality International, Inc, (HII). She tour us around and also showed to us this showroom of their house unit valued at a 7-9 million pesos.
Here's the living room, you thought that you are at the 1st floor, but the main door is at the 2nd floor...whoaa!
Me inside the bedroom located at the first floor.
We also checked out the function room of Cross Wind Suites. This is rented mainly for weddings and parties. It can house up to 200 people.
The function room also have its own big balcony
After our stroll and tour around Cross Winds, we want back to the hotel and change our clothes for the day swim dip. I'm glad that the weather is perfectly fine for summer here in Tagaytay. Not too hot or cold, just the right weather.
I brought my water proof casing for iPhone4s and iPod Touch, here Im using Ashton's iPod Touch encased in a water proof housing, so that we can take photo and videos while we are in the pool.
lubloban na!!! sarap!!!!
A view from the kids pool...
here's my son Ashton trying to use the googles ahahahah
Ashton plays with other kids in the kiddie pool, we also met a kid named Lace... and its funny..we got two Lace inside the kiddie pool
Our basketball that was filled up with water hahahah. Its fun to see Ashton enjoys the 2-3 feet pool. Its our first time to see our son walks in the pool by himself. Last pool trips couple months ago, Ashton is so afraid to go in the water. Here at Cross Winds, it will be memorable because we saw lots of Ashton's first.
We're still amaze on the set up of Cross Winds, me and my wife are planning our next visit here and we just plan it right there when we stay in Cross Winds and haven't got the time to travel back to our home. We want to go back because of the nature tripping and awesome view. It feels like that we are located in a far away place, but the truth is that we live an hour away from home. Tagaytay City is just a common place for us who lives here in Cavite, but our concept was changed and it belongs to Cross Winds now, not just the Taal, but also the Swiss-inspired living and new community.
Cross Winds Resort Suite is not your 5 star hotel or mega resort, its like glam camping with a luxury twist, instead of living in camping tent, you'll live in a weather coated quadrilles that is built for cold and hot weather in the mountains.
Don't forget your back packs, food and money when you stay here, bec. if you don't have food or some playthings... or creative ideas on how to enjoy the outdoors....your stay will be boring.
Thanks for reading my feature and see you soon Cross Winds!
Thanks to Pia, Pam and Lhodie for assisting us here at Cross Winds.
CROSSWINDS RESORT SUITE TAGAYTAY
Crosswinds, Brgy. Iruhin Central Calamba Road Tagaytay City 4120
Tel # (02) 856 9601
Things to do in Tagaytay - http://crosswindsresortsuites.com/things-to-do
How to go to Crosswinds Resort Suite Tagaytay
Crosswinds Resort Suite Tagaytay is located right after the Picnic Grove, if you have your own vehicle service, it will take around 5 min going to Crosswinds if you passed by Picnic Grove, you'll see on the leftside the green hills and the Crosswinds giant letters on top of the hill.
If you are going there via public transport, coming from Olivares, Tagaytay City, just rent a tricycle and they will take you there up to the gate only. Tricycle fare will be around P150-P200. The resorts private car or coaster will transport you to the front desk. If you are leaving the resort after check out, you can request for a transpo service going back to front gate or to Olivares.