Cavite Pride Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite’s Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

In case you are thinking on how to spend your holiday in Tanza’s Oasis Hotel and Resort, I want to make sure to give bits of information.

Tanza’s Oasis Hotel and Resort, which is located in Capipisa at Km. 41, Barangay Capipisa Tanza Cavite opened itself to public last 2011.  Being not that far from Metro Manila, Tanza’s Oasis Hotel and Resort  has been turning into a popular choice not only for people on a vacation but also for business owners, employees on seminar-workshops, and people like to celebrate special occasions.

This 2017 I was given two opportunities staying in Tanza’s Oasis Hotel and Resort in Cavite for a seminar-workshop. I have heard from my fellow colleagues who already spent their seminars in Tanza’s Oasis Hotel and Resort that they had a great time while they were there. In my mind, I thought that it was a great opportunity to see it for myself.

Here are the snapshots I took during my stay in the hotel and resort to give you a glimpse about the Cavite’s pride.

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
The entrance to the hotel and resort

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

The staff of the hotel and resort are approachable and helpful. They always gave a hand without a second thought.

The Lobby

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
Clean, spacious, and comfortable
Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
The elegant and classy interior of the hotel

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
Well-maintained comfort room

The Room

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
We stayed in a deluxe room which  has an excellent air-condition and is perfect for 4 persons.

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
A flat screen television to keep us entertained while lying on our soft bed.
Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
Electric kettle with free tea and coffee

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
Shampoo, Body Soap, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Hair Dryer and Towels are available.

Cavite's Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort

Outside the Hotel

Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort
If you feel like getting some alcoholic drinks, there is a bar outside the hotel.

Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort
The hotel has a swimming pool for kids and adults.
Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort
There are safety precautions to keep everyone away from danger or injury most specially in the swimming pool area.

Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort

Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort
There is also the seaside but its not advisable to swim in there.
Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort
Plenty of cottages perfect for relaxing while watching the sea.
Cavite's Pride: Tanza's Oasis Hotel and Resort
The Hotel also have a small room where you can choose what souvenir would you like to buy before you leave.

There are just few flaws in this hotel like poor internet connection in some parts like in the room where I stayed. In order to get a good connection, I just had to roam around the hotel and a  perfect place where the internet connection is fast.  The room is also not soundproof and only have few outlets for 4 people who will be staying in one room. On the other hand, since I spent most of my time in the seminar-workshop,  those issues didn’t bother much.

 

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Ana Rose Alvaro

Ana Rose was born and raised in the Philippines. A full-time teacher and a part-time student. She loves her simple and yet adventurous life with her wonderful family, great friends, and supportive boyfriend. Roads and Pages serves as her outlet to share what she loves to do the most in her life. Those are spending time with people who matter the most, reading books, and traveling one country at a time.

13 comments

  1. It looks like a clean and comfortable place to stay. I always like when there is a kettle to make tea and coffee in the room. It makes it easier to get ready in the morning. The pool looks like it is gigantic. Why does that sign say no tipping please?

  2. What a gorgeous hotel, just my style and I could see myself spending some time here relaxing I think. Whilst the internet connection is poor, if I travelled to a place like this it would force me to switch off which is no bad thing really!

  3. Tanza Oasis looks perfect for a stay close to the capital. The staircase and interior looks so Instagrammable, I’ll remember this for the next time I visit the Philippines.

  4. I usually prefer hostels, homestays & bungalows during my trips – but occasionally choose to stay at a bit more expensive hotel at the end of the trip to spoil myself a little. This place sounds quite interesting if you’re heading to the Philippines.

  5. A well-balanced review. I think I like Tanza Oasis Resort and Hotel. Besides the poor internet connection, it’s a 5/5. Those cottages at the seaside are just the perfect way to relax after a stressful summit(I find summits/conferences boring and tiring, lazy me)

  6. wait wait-they have cottages but you can’t take a dip in the sea? I don’t get it. so do they have pools as well? and how much would it cost for a room there? arigato! 😀

  7. This hotel/resort looks totally amazing and I could see myself crashing here when I am in the area (hopefully one day soon). Great review, bookmarking the page now 🙂

  8. You definitely get a wide range of accommodation options when travelling through the Philippines. Call me crazy, but I like the larger blingy, Vegas-style hotels in Manila over the smaller, budget hotels.

  9. This place seems like a good one! It would have been nice if you shared the price range of the rates. Nevertheless, I think I’d stay here if this is indeed a budget hotel. 😀 The swimming pool looks inviting enough itself!

  10. Great to have stumbled upon this post. With a long vacation, I am thinking of bringing the kids to somewhere they could have fun. Somewhere there’s no books and notebooks. This place is something I may consider.

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