Crosswinds Tagaytay – A Switzerland Inspired Haven

Crosswinds Tagaytay – A Switzerland Inspired Haven

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The Philippines is widely recognized as a tropical country. Having said that, the country is most commonly associated with hot weather, resorts, and beaches. But what about places with cooler temperatures and clear blue skies? Of course, the first places that come to mind for Filipinos are Baguio and Tagaytay City. Because of their high altitude, the temperatures in both cities typically range from 11 to 25 degrees Celsius. They have breathtaking overlooking views and unique food establishments that people flock to. Indeed, both places are such great escapes to take a break from Metro Manila heat. Tagaytay City offers a lot of unique places scenic places to go to. You will indeed never ran out of options. One of the most popular destination and tourist spot here is the Crosswinds Swiss Luxury Resort. Moreover, It has an overlooking view and a lot of restaurants to check out.

Tagaytay City

Tagaytay City is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Luzon. It has beautiful scenery and a colder climate. Filipinos and tourists from all over the world come here to escape the hotter temperatures of Metro Manila. Furthermore, Tagaytay is only about 59 kilometers away from Manila, making it easily accessible to nearby cities. Tagaytay gets its name from the words “taga,” which means “to cut,” and “itay,” which means “father,” according to local legend. A father and son were on a wild boar hunt when the animal they were attempting to pursue turned on them and attacked them, according to rumor. “Itay, taga!” ” yelled the son. ” was repeated several times and echoed through the alleyways of the ridge. His cries were heard by the locals and became a topic of discussion for several days in the countryside. Isn’t it a little gruesome?

Crosswinds Swiss Luxury Resort

The Crosswinds Swiss Luxury Resort also known as ‘The Switzerland of the Philippines’ is an expansive 100-hectare landscape in Tagaytay. In here you’ll see a lush green carpet amid a backdrop of 20,000 pine trees all over the place. This haven offers residences, hotels, resorts, and restaurants altogether with an overlooking vantage point. Panoramic view of the mountains and the swiss-architecture residences thus adds up to the Switzerland vibes. You can just stop over, look around the place, and get a coffee at one of the cafes around. Furthermore, they offer rooms that have plenty of amenities and everything you’d need for a comfortable stay. You have the freedom to choose whether you want daily, weekly, or month-long stays. Enjoy your time here and snuggle in cold climate and breezy air. Also prepare your OOTD and Instagrammable poses because you will for sure indulge yourselves in photos at Crosswinds.


  • Corporate Function Rooms
  • Banquet Hall
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool with Kiddie Pool
  • Playground
  • Christmas Village
  • Coffee shop

NAPA at Crosswinds

While Crosswinds Tagaytay’s known for its Swiss-inspired residences, a recently opened spot in the community transports you to another world. Napa at Crosswinds is a cafe inspired by the rustic houses in Napa Valley, California. It has a wooden rustic interior and exterior that will make you feel the relaxing ambiance of an orchard ranch. Moreover, they have plenty of open seats to accommodate large groups. You can choose to sit and relax inside while taking in the scenery and ambiance outside. You can also choose to sit outside and enjoy the fresh air and greenery of nature all to yourself. When the fairy lights are turned on at night, the ambiance becomes more romantic. Very ideal for lovers looking for a date night. Nothing beats delectable food in an alfresco setting, accompanied by Tagaytay’s chilly nighttime weather and glasses of wine.


Here are some of the foods you can find at NAPA:

  • Downtown Chicken BBQ
  • Chicken Truffle Melt
  • Flounder and Chips
  • Truffle Burger
  • Chili Burger
  • Corned Beef Burger
  • Black Smoke Pasta
  • Seafood Paella
  • Chicken Paella
  • Sausage Duo
  • Maple Glazed Brisket
  • Southern Pork Belly
  • Fried Chicken Alfredo
  • Seafood Linguini
  • Param Truffle Pasta
  • Smokey BBC Cheese
  • Red Pepper and Chorizo
  • Chicken Bruschetta
  • Long Dive Breakfast
  • Smokey Ben
  • Waffle & Fruits
  • Pancetta & Eggs
  • Quiche of your choice
  • Chorizo Florentine
  • Clam Chowder
  • Pumpkin Soup
  • Prosciutto & Arrugula

If you’re looking for more experiences, foods, and places in Tagaytay City, Check out these articles:

Why should you visit these places?

  • It has a cozy and relaxing ambiance
  • The climate is colder and the pine trees are perfuming the breezy air
  • Pet Friendly! You can also bring your furry babies here
  • Foods has great value for the price
  • Has huge parking area
  • A lot of shops offer free Wi-Fi
  • Also near other tourists spots
  • Spacious area

How to get there?

Via Public Transportation

  • Take a bus bound for Nasugbu or Tagaytay from Pasay. Then alight at Olivarez College Terminal, where you can catch a jeepney or tricycle to Peoples Park. Tell the the driver to drop you off at Crosswinds.
  • Take a DTLB bus from their Buendia terminal to Nasugbu. Then alight at Tagaytay. Next, ride aeither a tricycle or a jeep from the terminal to People’s Park. Inform the driver that you want to be dropped off at Crosswinds.

Via Private Vehicle

  • Take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) to Sta. Eton or Rosa. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway. When you arrive in Olivarez, take a left at the rotunda. Then you’ll be at Crosswinds Tagaytay in 10 minutes.
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4 thoughts on “Crosswinds Tagaytay – A Switzerland Inspired Haven

  1. Sayang the place is ok sana but the maintenance is just so bad..rooms are dated and mukhang walang budget to replace rotten door jams broken plugs and cracked tiles. The cleanliness is very poor. Lots of removable soap scrum, dust and food crumbs on the chairs. I regret spending our long weekend here. We didn’t have a choice because I booked thru agoda and couldn’t get my money back

    1. You right. We owner one of the unit here I have lots of complains still not yet answer. Ung nagbayad kme ng association ng 3,400 tapos wala nman kaming nakita good mantinace. They had lot of money to develop and open new restaurant but walang budget para sa mantinace ng mga buildings. Im starting to hold my associations tell had the owners meeting. I have a lot to say and I want to meet the stupid person order close the road ginawang parking for Napa! To make us use small road pg may malaking 🚒 we need to stop muna kasi masikip ung road. And saan nila nilagay mga associations why is no and very poor mantinace.

  2. May bayad pa ngayon pag pumasok kansa crosswind para kumain dun P500. 00 tapos consumabke yung 400..09so 100.00 ang parking grabe mas mahal pa mga mall eh dun sa ayala district eh FREE ang parking

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