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Domicillo Design Hotel

Everything inside Domicillo Design Tagaytay is a work of art—from furniture and accessories by famed Filipino designers such as Budji Layug, Tes Pasola, and Milo Naval, to actual paintings by RM de Leon decorating the walls.

For a chic stay with impeccable interiors, magnificent views of Taal, and excellent service, we recommend Domicillo—you won't regret it.

Contact Info

KM 58 General Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
Maharlika East, Tagaytay

For Inquiries & Reservations:
Emmanuel Abergas
(046) 413 3552
(0922) 884 1532
(0917) 672 8182

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About Domicillo Design Hotel

Who It’s For: When you need a quick break from the busy city, one of the best places to visit is Tagaytay. It’s not too far of a drive, so you don’t have to experience any travel fatigue, but it also has that delicate balance of modernity and tranquility.

There are many hotels in and around Tagaytay City, but for a truly chic, impeccable experience, try the Domicillo Design Hotel. Located along the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, Domicillo is the first of its kind in the city, which is an ultra-exclusive eight-room-only design hotel, The walls are adorned with paintings from RM de Leon, and the furniture and accessories are crafted by Filipino designers Budji Layug, Tes Pasola, and Milo Naval.

Solo Travelers: Those who would like some alone time to reflect and enjoy the beauty of nature, art, and architecture will love their stay in Domicillo. Surrounded by beautiful designs and the tranquil and natural splendor of Tagaytay, one can fully rejuvenate and return to the city with a refreshed mind and body, and perhaps a new perspective on art.

Couples and Families: Spend some quality time with your loved ones in one of the luxuriously furnished and aesthetically engaging suites of Domicillo. Explore Tagaytay to your heart’s content and then retire to your bedroom that overlooks the garden, or the grandeur of the Taal Lake and Taal Volcano. There are also occasional exhibits and art shows that can stimulate your mind and open your eyes to different kinds of art.

Intimate Weddings: Domicillo is the perfect place to prepare yourself for your big day. The tranquil ambiance will help calm your heart and maybe even inspire your vows to your beloved. The scenic vistas are also perfect for pre- and post-wedding photos, no matter if it is held during the day, afternoon, or evening.


Domicillo Design Hotel’s eight rooms are the result of creative collaborations, resulting in truly unique accommodations that blend minimalist principles with modern design, weaving a narrative that is as distinct as it is visually engaging.

The Premier Room: Domicillo’s premier rooms are designed by Budji Layug, boasting of 58.50 square meters of luxurious appointments and synthesis of earthy and contemporary. The minimalist interiors has both cool and warm tones, creating a simple yet elegant backdrop to the majestic view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano, and the surrounding forests. The premier rooms also have their own veranda and mini garden, boosting the tranquility of the space.

The Superior Room: Designed by Milo Naval and furnished with items from the same designer, Domicillo’s superior rooms are a study in contemporary warmth. Sit back and relax at the veranda or simply lay back on the bed, which already affords a wonderful view of the lake and volcano.

The Deluxe Room: Bask in the cutting-edge design of Tes Pasola, featuring mirrors, shells, and recycled newspaper -- a truly unique combination that results in both a chich and zen experience. A tropical garden outside each deluxe room gives a homey and soothing vibe.

Domicillo also has two in-house food and beverage establishments: **La Finca**, a restaurant and cafe, and **Aozora**, a Japanese cafe and bistro.


When you go to Domicillo, the main thing to do is relax and appreciate the beauty of manmade and natural art. Whether it’s through the room’s own designs, the gardens, the view of Taal, or the occasional art show, you can be sure that you’ll be surrounded by lovely views. If you want to explore more of Tagaytay, here are a few suggestions:

Cafe Veranda Cultural Show: Treat yourself to a sumptuous four-course Filipino meal and a talent showcase of traditional Filipino dances.

Museo Orlina: This is an amphitheater, art gallery and exhibition center, and a music center rolled into one -- a must-visit whenever you’re in Tagaytay.

Taal Lake Yacht Club: For a truly unique experience, why not try your hand at sailing? Visit the Taal Lake Yacht Club for sailing classes for students of varying ages and skill levels.

Qiwellness Living: Experience the centuries-old Chinese healing practices of a bathhouse facility, which will surely relax, rejuvenate, and revitalize your mind, body, and spirit.

Eat Bulalo: A trip to Tagaytay is incomplete without eating a serving of piping hot bulalo. Many established restaurants serve this dish, but for a truly Tagaytay experience, take your pick from many roadside eateries that dot the highway.