In the last few years, glamping—a portmanteau of the words "glamour" and "camping" has become a chic alternative to camping out. The tents have mattresses, the surroundings have swimming pools and well-manicured lawns, and distilled water and electricity are easily available. What's not to love? 8 Suites, a stylish boutique hotel that opened in Tagaytay in 2008, takes this form of camping to another level.

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The hotel, known for its excellent views of the Taal Lake, has launched Bohemian-inspired glamping tents in July.

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8 Suites' glamping tents are Instagram-worthy.

Each suite-like tent has comfortable mattresses and white satin sheets with 500-thread count, fluffy pillows, and a stylish mosquito net. You can avail of the glamping package (for two to four people), which comes with breakfast, welcome drink, a board game of your choice, and S'mores by the garden come nighttime.

8 Suites Tagaytay is at Lot 7, Ridge View Subdivision, Barangay Iruhin, Tagaytay City, Cavite. For more information, visit 8 Suites' website.

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