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The main structures are
- three dormitories with 20 rooms per dorm and a sleeping capacity of six persons per room
- two dormitories with 10 rooms per dorm and a sleeping capacity of four persons per room
- a multi-purpose building that includes an assembly hall which can seat up to 1000 persons at a time, a dining hall with a 600-person seating capacity, and a covered paseo in between
- the Pabilyon building with snack bar and game room
- administration building
|The multipurpose building as seen from the road|
Future developments will include a prayer site at its second highest point, an amphitheater, and a zipline. A large portion of the grounds will be devoted to a pastoral environment for prayer, meditation, and relaxation.
Unique Feature. While other event facilities in the Philippines have separate buildings for meetings, dining, and sleeping, a unique feature of the Tagaytay Retreat and Training Center is that each of the five dormitories has a session room or meeting room at ground level. Groups of sixty or less have the option of booking one dormitory building and holding all indoor activities there. All of the function rooms are wi-fi enabled and equipped with sound system and LCD projector. Large groups may book two or more buildings and use the multipurpose hall as well.
Grass-roofed bamboo huts for additional meeting space are now available.
|The plenary hall section of the multipurpose building can seat 1,000.|
For instructions on getting to the Tagaytay Retreat and Training Center, click on: http://ccttagaytay.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-get-to-cct-tagaytay-retreat-and.html
For rates and booking information, please get in touche with Eva Lope, CCT partners development officer / CCT servant at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, 09192933157, 09232497605, 806-6912, and 654-0536. For information on CCT, please visit its website at www.cct.org.ph.
For the story behind the building of the retreat center, please visit: http://ccttagaytay.blogspot.com/2012/04/tagaytay-retreat-and-training-center.html