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HOTELS IN TAAL, BATANGAS: Casa Punzalan, A Blast from the Past!

Casa Punzalan

If you're looking for an authentic feel of a house during the Spanish colonial times, Casa Punzalan is the perfect place to spend a night in Taal, Batangas.

Font desk

Casa Punzalan is the first tourist inn in the centuries-old town of Taal. It is an 18th-century house converted into a small hotel under the auspices of the Taal Heritage Foundation. It has 3-fan rooms and 2 air-conditioned rooms, named after the children of the owners of the house.

Grand Staircase

Lobby

Reception Area


Budget travellers like us were delighted as Casa Punzalan offers very low tariff rates of their rooms. For only 600 pesos (non-aircon room) and 1,000-1,200 pesos (aircon room) per night, you'll get to experience how to live in an 18th century house.




Located in the town proper, it is near the market, the town hall, commercial establishments, and offers a great view of the Taal Basilica.

A view of Taal Basilica from the room

Huge capiz shell windows

Contact Information:
Tel. No.: (043)408-0084
Look for Ms. Lucy De Villa
Mobile No.: 0921-7600527

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This trip to Taal Batangas happened last January 17-18, 2011. Here is a series of posts on our trip to one of the most well-preserved Spanish colonial town in our country. Discover the places we've been to, the people we met, the food we tasted and the experience we gained as we unravel the magnificence of this old town.

The Well-preserved Spanish Colonial Town of Taal | The Heritage Houses of Taal | Casa Punzalan, A Blast from the Past! | The Our Lady of Caysasay Shrine and Sacred Well of Sta. Lucia in Taal





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22 comments :

  1. ang ganda.. ang sarap mag-reminiscence sa mga ganyang mga bahay.. :D

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  2. honga! mejo affordable xa. ang lapit lng nyan pero d ako matuloy tuloy. kaasar!

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  3. Good to know na nakapasyal po kayo sa Bayan namin sa Taal

    Dexter | techathand.net

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  4. Nakatikim po ba kayo ng Tapa from Taal Batangas.. it is one of the best food @ Taal

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  5. @Axl - yeah, mafi-feel mo talaga how it was to live in huge house during that time...

    @lakwatsera - this is highly recommended for budget travelers... thanks po... =D

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  6. @pinaysolobackpacker - try mo, kahit overnight lang...

    @dexter - Taal is such a beautiful place, very friendly at accommodating pa ng mga tao dyan... thanks!!! naku, di namin na try... yung kalamay lang natikman namin... hehehe!!!

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  7. I got charged a hundred pesos more than you did. But yes, i did have a lot of fun at this very photogenic inn and whether its 600 or 700 a it's looot cheaper and better than some hotels or inns i've been to.

    :)

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  8. This is great! Exactly what I needed. I am planning to go to Taal within the week (as of this writing) and I am looking for a cheap place to stay so this is perfect! I just hope they're not changing rates. :)

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  9. do you have an itinerary or list of any other places to visit within Taal? we're planning to visit the town and other nearby towns....thanks...

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  10. KAGAGALING LANG NAMIN LAST MONDAY SA TAAL. ANG GANDA NG LUGAR. KAYA LANG SARADO PALA ANG MGA MUSEUM EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY.

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  11. tama mas madami pang magandang lugar dito sa amin sa taal..bukod sa heritage town po ito..madmi din libreng beaches na pwedeng puntahan..sobrang mageenjoy po kayo dito!

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  12. we're planning to go to taal this december.how about for 15 persons? how much will it cost?

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  13. how about for 15 persons? magkno aabutin especially for 3 days?thnx

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  14. nice:) thanks for the helpful
    post.

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  15. may contact number sila ? fully book kya every weekends?

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  16. thanks for this post! we'll stay here one weekend.

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  17. the hotel washroom sucks,,,,,,hope the owner find ways...

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  18. perfect heritage place, not properly maintained,,,wash room and water closet not working, see all the leakage,,,you cannot find tapsilog as early breakfast in that town.

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