El Cielito Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

804 Arnaiz Street (Pasay Road), Manila, Philippines
El Cielito Inn
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Satisfaction Terrible
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 23% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples14
  • Solo44
  • Business0

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chalet tepeyac

by cutiekyle

can anyone tell me if chalet tepeyac a good one to have a stay in baguio? much better than el cielito inn?

RE: chalet tepeyac

by info8888

hi, this is gina from chalet tepeyac..have you seen our website? its www.chaletepeyac.com, from there you can have a look of what we offer, ours is one of those great old baguio houses (on a hilltop amidst pine tress, cool and quite surroundings) turned into inns,thus, our tagline "return to Baguio the way it was," i can boast of our good service and good food, its really like being in your own vacation home in the Philippines. for more info you can email me at : info@chaletepeyac.com thanks for the inquiry

Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by drev911

Looking for a nice place to stay in Baguio for a couple of days--maximum one week for a family of six

El Cielito Inn, Baguio

by KastleKonfusion


We stayed at El Cielito Inn, Baguio last June and coincidentally, they had a promotion 50% off on 2nd night stay. It's Php4,283 for an Apartelle A which has 2 bedrooms. It was comfortable for our group of 6 adults and 2 children. We had extra mattress brought in for the other 2 adults at Php1000.

Do check out the website http://www.elcielitoinn.com for other promotions too.

After checking out the website and if you like to stay there, I'd suggest that you write to Vangie soon at stay@elcielitoinn.com as they have only an Apartelle A.

I highly recommend the El Cielito Inn as it's conveniently located (Tom and I had a pretty nice stroll to the SM Mall). I doubt it's difficult to get good food from there as there's a popular eatery just opposite the Inn (name of which slipped my mind! sorry) Anyway, inn's restaurant is opened till midnight.

God Bless,

PS. Loads of stuff to write about our 2 weeks holiday in Philippines, do check it out in time. *wink*

Re: Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by asianbelle

check the following:

microtel inn & suites (contact no. +63 74 619 3333, fax no. +63 74 619 3344; you may also contact their manila office +63 2 810 9526; e-mail microtelbgo@viacomm.com.ph, http://www.microtelphilippines.com)

city travel hotel - inns, hotel, suites (contact no. +63 74 445 0456, fax no. +63 74 445 0457)

there are several inns and condotels in baguio and since this is off season, you won't have a hard time looking for a place to stay.

Re: Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by arni_ph075

Manor inside Club John Hay just launch a promo, ~2,000 pesos per room per night. (Requirement is minimum 2 nights stay).
Its a really good deal as its regular rates is almost at 4000 per room per night..

Manor is currently the best hotel to stay in Baguio, really charming place.

Afternoon in Baguio right now is almost always raining, and at night it is cold due to the drop on temperature..

Re: Re: Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by sweet_sentiments

oooh! manor has a promo?

that camp john hay manor is really a good place (my favorite!)....... i love their buffet breakfast....... the only drawback is it's quite far from baguio's center...... but hey what are those taxis for..... plus that 2,000 rate is a good deal!

Re: Re: Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by arni_ph075

yes, manor got a promo, they usually launch this on off peak season like this month ...

Re: Re: Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by drev911

Hey guys, thanks for all yur suggestions.....I will definitely consider those places......

BTW, how's the climate in Baguio from Dec to January?????

Re: Re: Temporary accomodation in Baguio

by Jay_Lui

does manor hotel in camp john hay offer reduce prices on their room during the last week of may next year?

Which hotels dose the Manila Clark airport shuttle bus' services covered

by 3k-travel

As I will fly to Phillipines by Tiger Airways on Jan. 06. It lands the Manila Clark Airport. I would like to book those hotel which I can be accessed by the airport shuttle bus so that I don't need to transfer to the hotel at downtown by taxi. Would someone give me some information? THX...

RE: Which hotels dose the Manila Clark airport shuttle bus' services covered

by asianbelle

As far as I know, the airport bus shuttles between Clark and SM Megamall only, no other drop off points. As mentioned above, EDSA Shangri-la is the closest to Megamall. Between 5-10 minutes walking distance are: Holiday Inn Galleria, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Discovery Suites. You may also take a cab to Richmonde Hotel or Astoria Plaza, both less than 10 minutes drive.

RE: RE: Which hotels dose the Manila Clark airport shuttle bus' services covered

by 3k-travel

Thanks for replies, Please tell me which hotel is easy to access when I get off the drop off point of the airport shuttle bus:-
1. Century Citadel Inn Makati.
2. EL Cielito Inn Hotel.
3. New Solanil Hotel.

RE: RE: Which hotels dose the Manila Clark airport shuttle bus' services covered

by asianbelle

I am not familiar with New Solainil. Both El Cielito and Century Citadel are in Makati which is around 15-20 minutes by cab from SM Megamall (drop off point). Both are accessible by cab, hence your choice would depend on your activities during your stay in Manila. Manila is (in)famous for its traffic so it will save you time if you will stay within/near your "purpose".

Century Citadel is bigger than El Cielito Inn. It is located in Burgos/Makati Avenue which is 3 long blocks away from Glorietta/Greenbelt (or around 10 minutes cab ride), the shopping, entertainment and business hub. Meanwhile, El Cielito is along Pasay Road which is probably 5-10 minutes walking distance to G/G.

Travel Tips for Manila

I will stroll them at the...

by arcielle

I will stroll them at the Nayong Pilipino a place where the tourist spots of the country are being featured. By stopping at this place it's like you've been to the other places such as Baguio, Mayon Volcano, Chocolate hills of Bohol and more... I will suggest that they will dine in Kamayan Restaurant, Max Fired Chicken and enjoy eating using their bare hands without spoon and fork and chopsticks. The malls... museums...

Makati skyline

by knox

Manila has all kinds of areas.Makati with its business and skylines. Malate with bars and cafees and also known as the tourist area.Chinatown is just what the name says-great place for shopping ! Quiapo is the muslim part of Manila and is also a great shopping place-but take care as there is some outlaws here.

Getting ready for trouble

by GenuinelyCurious

The police presence was very heavy – I stopped counting at about 200 officers and there were plenty more from the National Police, City, SWAT, army and other venues. A multi-strand barbed wire barrier ensured that the protesters couldn’t take the bridge without significant injury – instead, they massed in at the corner of Lagarda Street and Recto Avenue, their thousands clogging the street.

Pastillas De Leche!

by machomikemd

PASTILLAS DE LECHE originated from San Miguel and Bulacan. Its manufacture spread to Cagayan and Masbate provinces. In the beginning, it was home made by farmers rearing carabaos using carabao's milk. Then, a small-scale industry developed in the area to produce PASTILLAS DE LECHE. PASTILLAS DE LECHE is a sweet delicacy. Pastillas is a milk-based pastry. It can be made with just milk and sugar. The milk and sugar are boiled together until thickened, then cooled and formed by hand into little mini-logs that are often rolled in more granulated sugar before they are individually packed in cellophane and paper. If the mixture is allowed to boil to the point that it starts to get darker in color, almost moccha like, this is known as “tostado.It has the shape of a cylinder (1/2-1 cm diameter and 4 cm long). Its body is yellowish and has a sweet and fruity taste.

Packing List

by slaybelle

This place is always overcrowded everywhere you go-

Avoid this place, unless you are looking for extra frustrations, pollution, scams, military control...
just connect to the next plane out of here to your next destination.


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 El Cielito Inn

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Address: 804 Arnaiz Street (Pasay Road), Manila, Philippines