Kisad Hotel

24 Kisad Road, Baguio, Philippines
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Satisfaction Very Good
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  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Where to stay...

by kimonski

Our office is planning to go to Baguio this april 29 - may 1 for some recreation..can you tip me off where we could stay..the most convenient and affordable one...16pax...
well maybe we could use a house consist of 3 bedrooms, 2-3 toilet and bath, living, dining, fireplace or a place we could do bonfire and garage for 3 cars...

and hopefully in the Burnharm Park vicinity...

thanks and hope you can help me...

RE: Where to stay...

by JaneCajuguiran


RE: Where to stay...

by JaneCajuguiran

If you're adventurous enough, perhaps an overnight stay at tam-awan village will be a good team building activity. But then again they don't have luxury there. Check out my Baguio pages.

RE: Where to stay...

by buddymigs

Hotel Veniz is just beside burnham park and situated at the bottom of session road. Actually.. its in the center of everywhere you wana go. fair pricing and has available function rooms. also offers corporate discount

You could also try Inn Rocio.. walking distance from burnham and session.

Kisad Hotel (know known as West Inn) is also a good place... big rooms. also walking distance from burnham and session road.

Just dont stay at Paladin hotel.. HAd bad experience there.. Check my Blog (

Travel Tips for Baguio


by Travel2write

Tipping: Add a small tip for good restaurant service, even though a service charge has already been tacked on the bill; reward excellent service with an extra 5%. Taxi fares should be rounded up, and bellboys tipped 2 to 5 pesos.


by Travel2write

Do keep cool by wearing the sensible clothing and fabrics the Filipinos have developed to deal with the heat and humidity. For men, the barong tagalog, or long-sleeved shirt, worn untucked, will get you through even the most formal occasions. The short-sleeved style, the polo barong, is even cooler...Do expect to be engaged in conversation in social situations—silence may be interpreted as discomfort or dislike

Old Kennon Road

by whvcebu

Always an occasion to drive to Baguio City which is also called the secret summer capital of the Philippines, when relatives came for a visit from Europe. Many Manileños who can afford to have their second house in the mountains are there every week end during the hot season, but also to enjoy the much cooler climate during Christmas time.

To access Baguio most people go via Kennon Road. Kennon Road is one of the three major access roads that lead up to Baguio City from Manila and the provinces in the central and western parts of Luzon.

During the Baguio earthquake in 1990, Kennon Road was severely damaged and is continuously undergoing repairs. It usually takes an experienced driver an average of 45 minutes by car to negotiate the steep and winding climb up to Baguio. Be careful when driving up due to unexpected landslides and slippery roads particularly during rainy weather or quickly incoming fog.

From Vigan to Baguio

by myspices

We boarded the Partas bus at Vigan's Partas Station at 1.45pm. Journey to Baguio takes about 5hours. We arrived at Baguio's bus terminal at 7.15pm - it was pretty dark then. Fare is 299pesos. The bus is A/C and quite comfortable.

When going to Partas station in Vigan, make sure you tell correctly to the driver which station you want to go as there are many bus stations in Vigan - all at different places.

See picture upon arrival at Baguio at night..

More than just freshly-baked pastries!

by f8stop about Cafe by the Ruins

I had the shredded tapa (beef) with rice for breakfast. The tapa was very tasty. I consumed only half of it with my 1 serving of rice. We took the remaining tapa with us and ate it on the bus on the way back to Manila. This was already several hours after we left the cafe and the tapa was still as crunchy and as flavorful as when it was first served to us in the restaurant -- yummy!!


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