- Reviews: 1
Camp John Hay Manor Hotel: Baguio City's Best place to stay
Every time we visit Baguio City, we make it a point to stay in Manor Hotel. The hotel has promo rates during low season. As soon as you arrive the hotel, you will be greeted by guards and bell boys who will help you with your luggages. The receptionist are always ready to serve no matter how busy they are. The hotel's restaurant serves a variety of cuisine which are very good at a reasonable price. The cake shop offers a variety of freshly baked goodies. The rooms are spacious enough and if you get a grden side room, it's truly a sight to enjoy. The garden is a very relaxing sight. You can stay under the gazebo, or just walk around to appreciate the flora and fauna and the well manicured lawn. I would recommend this hotel. Staying in this hotel makes you feel what Baguio City reaaly is...cool weather, lots of Pine trees, beautiful flowers, fresh air, truly one with nature.
The pine wood used to construct the hotel emits a peculiar smell that makes you think of Baguio City. The Restaurant and cake shop offers delectable cuisine and freshly baked cakes and breads. The garden makes Manor Hotel popular. Well manicured lawn, colorful flowers, man made falls in the middle artistically crafted, the overlooking view of the baguio mountain range, frsh air...ahhh what a sight!
- Reviews: 4
Pine Breeze Cottages: Baguio City's Best Affordable Accommodation.
The staff are very accommodating and friendly. The cottages are spacious and clean. The compound itself is a park.
FOOD AND ALL:
There are several picnic tables around the area and if you want to grill some barbecues just request and a staff will bring a grill right in from of your doorstep.
Most rooms are also equipped with gas stoves and basic utensils such as spoons and forks, plated, mugs, knife cooking pots, etc.
The bathrooms are clean and offers hot and cold showers. The water supply is generous.
Free WiFi access along the Administration Building. ;)
You must try and stay at least a night in one of their authentic Igorot Huts. It's a one of a kind experience.
- Reviews: 1
Hotel 45: Baguio affordable hotel
Arriving late at night, i roamed around baguio city to look for a comfortable stay and affordable. I found Hotel 45 very near SM City Baguio. The price is around $20 per night with free breakfast. Most especially the hotel is new, clean and perfect for a good night rest.
With hot water, Cable TV, great view of the pine trees, affordable, clean and new.
- Reviews: 428
Sta. Theresa Inn: Inn for Budget Back packers
The place is standard inn with comfortable beds,hot and cold shower and small cable TV. It is okay for me as long as I have the basics of an accommodation and clean. the Taxi fare is around P40.00 if you will go to downtown Baguio.
P225.00/pax for group of 5
P250.00/pax for group of 4
P350.00/pax for twin sharing
P700.00 single occupancy
You can contact Mr. Leoncio Lee the owner of the Inn at +639162847055. He's very helpful just don't hesitate to approach him.
- Reviews: 619
#17 Upper Brookside: Family Townhouse
The townhouse was a last minute find in the net. It's a 2-story fully furnished unit with an attic that can house 10 pax. On the ground floor is the kitchen (with ref, oven top, rice cooker, cooking equipment & utensils) and 1 T/B, while on the 2nd floor are the living room (with cable TV), balcony 1 T/B and a bedroom with double bed. In the attic are the other 2 bedrooms, (1) with 3 single beds and (1) with 2 sets of double deck beds.
The townhouse is located in a residential area, about 5-10 mins. drive from Session Road. The main road is easily accessible by jeepney (Trancoville route) and cabs are easy to hail. There is also a general merchandise store across the townhouse and for other needs, there's a 7-11 convenience store within 5 mins. walking distance.
Unfotunately, it was supposed to have hot-cold shower, but the water heater was having problems hence suply of hot water was not continuous. Likewise, water supply was a problem on the upper floor when faucets were opened simultaneously.
Being in a residential area, the place is quiet at night and the streets are well-lighted. It is safe to take a walk/stroll even beyond 10pm.
The balcony affords a view of both the hilly and low-lying parts of the city.
- Reviews: 8
Ina Mansion: Ina Mansion
Stayed at Ina Mansion last May 2009. Paid around 1500 per night. Got a loft type room. The design of the room is nice, however, the place is kinda old na. Its a pity, maganda pa naman sana ung location and design ng room, sana na maintain lang.
The place is just at the back of Burnham park at Kisad Road (at the opposite side of session Road part).
- Reviews: 7
standard: Hotel Veniz best location
Friendly staffs and front desk officers,very accommodating.Average price for a comfortable stay Php 1,595 with inclusion of buffet breakfast.they have a spacious standard room.and its located in the heart of baguio,near session road,just across Burnham Park and few distance away from Baguio Cathedral and SM.
- Reviews: 41
Transient Houses: Cheaper Alternative
When we visit Baguio, we usually checked in transient houses (actually, house w/o “s” coz we’ve always stayed in the same transient house ever since..hehe). It’s cheaper compared to hotels; has clean and comfortable beds, sofa and kitchen complete with utensils so we sometimes cook our food whenever we don’t feel like going out or just want to save some pennies.
- Reviews: 128
Hotel Supreme: For the no-fuss travelers
Rooms were a bit musty-smelling since I don't think they dust regularly, but otherwise beds were comfortable. If you want a better view, opt for the rooms facing the streets although I can't really comment on the noise levels. Oh, and be sure to ask the front desk if you're booked in the new or old building. The new building is better, and there's a Gloria Jean's Coffee outlet at their lobby area.. you would need it since their food isn't exactly delicious.
Hotel has a pool, but its not like you'll be wanting to use it in the cool Baguio weather. Redeeming grace is the Gloria Jean's Coffee outlet at their lobby.
- Reviews: 163
Microtel Inn: Good Location Hotel
we checked in here for the Panagbenga 2009 festivites. walking distance from SM Baguio and Session Rd. the ideal hote for the Panagbenga street dancing parade because the assembly point of the parade is just outside the hotel. also just very near Victory Liner bus station.
wifi i every room but your have to buy card to access, 100/hour. great location, enough parking space. free flowing coffee at the lobby. friendly staffs.
- Reviews: 194
Pines View: Best value hotel in Baguio
We booked 3D 2N in Pines View Hotel along Legarda Road. The rates were PHP3600+ @ night for a Twin Double beds that includes breakfast. Already good for 2 adults and 2 kids. Breakfast consisted of a set of Tocino (cured pork) with eggs and a choice of juice or coffee or a set of bacon, egg and a few slices of bread. Number to call is 074-4469287. Their website remains down.
Room configuration: Economy, Single Standard, Twin Standard, Single Deluxe with Veranda, Double Deluxe with Veranda, Junior Deluxe, and Family Deluxe suites. Families can request for adjoining rooms although they cant guarantee a veranda view for both rooms.
A caveat though, do not expect 5star service since it takes a bit of patience to exact service from this hotel. Housekeeping is superb but other perks like in-house massage, restaurant service, porters are truly slow and lack luster. Hot shower and toiletries were ample. Look for waiters JR or Dante to get satisfactory service since others act like zombies waiting for daylight.
Oustanding location. Look out from the veranda and you'll see Baguio's Cathedral. Away from the bar noise of Legarda road but near enough to major sites.
Hospital is 2 major corners away.
Parking slot limited but available.
Chinese food room service was very good value for money.
- Reviews: 74
Golden Pine Hotel: Very nice place
We resorted to walking-in since we didn't like the exterior of Burnham Hotel. So we chanced on Golden Pine Hotel, P2,000 for an overnight stay, no breakfast though. But the room is clean, spacious and all. I'm the kind who needs to have her hair blow dried, and who doesn't bring a hair dryer during travels. :-) So it is important for me to have a room with a hair dryer. Baguio Vista Inn doesn't have a hair dryer (but the receptionist lent me their electric fan hehehe). Am glad the Golden Pine hotel has one in our room. :-)
Very near Burnham Park, and near Sizzling Plate Restaurant (which we instantly became fans of). The hotel is also situated along Legarda Road, where you can also check on other hotels. :-)
- Reviews: 74
Baguio Vista Inn: Good inn
We stayed there for a night. Accommodation is good, room is clean. Rate is ok for those who are in a budget travel.
The place is owned by a Korean, and was being taken care of by receptionists on two shifts. The place looks more like a big house, with huge living room that serves as the receiving area.
- Reviews: 2
Microtel Inn & Suites: A new place to stay
Guests will truly have a pleasant stay in Microtel’s clean, comfortable rooms with the much talked about Microtel chiropractic “healthy for the back” beds. And with Microtel Inns & Suites, a stay in Baguio is equal to a stay in any of the Microtels in the Philippines or in USA, Honduras, Mexico, Argentina or Canada as this hotel adheres to the chain’s international standards of quality while ensuring affordability.
At Microtel Inn and Suites Baguio, you can begin your day with our complimentary breakfast and fresh cup of coffee and end your day relaxing in our comfortable rooms.
Sleep well in our Chiropractic approved healthy-for-the-back beds and dream well in our contemporary bedding.
Enjoy the comfort of a plush-top mattress pad and fitted bed skirt, high quality 200-thread count white linens with triple sheeting, down-like blanket, decorative top sheet and bed scarf, and high quality pillows.
Choose from among our single, double or suite rooms that guarantee a good night’s sleep and consistency in cleanliness, comfort, security and value.
Rooms have: Complimentary breakfast, Chiropractic-approved mattresses, Cable television, Individually-controlled air-conditioning, Multi-function telephone with IDD & NDD, Internet-ready data port, Toilet and shower with hot and cold water, Electronic-key card entry system, Radio clock, Fully-automated fire safety system, Window-seating for relaxation
It’s the same great hotel everywhere you go with Microtel’s consistency in cleanliness, comfort, safety and value. Of course, Microtel Baguio’s service is further enhanced by the Filipinos’ warm sense of hospitality.
Another value-added feature of this 60-room hotel is its highly convenient location – right at the heart of the city and beside the modern Victory Liner Passenger Center. Victory Liner services various bus routes in Northern Philippines. A bridgeway connects the hotel to the bus terminal, thus ensuring greater accessibility for guests.
- Reviews: 55
Transient House: Affordable Place to Stay
The place was huge. Knowing how much we paid for it, we didn't expect this place to be this nice. It has a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, living room with TV, one T&B with hot shower and its furnished.
Clean, nice, furnished, spacious, and cheap.
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