Hotel Review: Hotel Casiana Tagaytay

I’ve been in awe of hotels since I was young. My parents were nomads and desired to travel the world along with me. Staying in a hotel was always my cup of tea when traveling rather than staying in transient homes, staying with a relative, etc. The hospitality industry and culture is what I’m after for; something new and something worth trying to be in.

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