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Camp John Hay Manor Hotel

Loakan Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines
#1 of 57 hotels in Baguio
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 9 reviews
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Fresh Air and Cool Wind? It's Camp John Hay.

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 11, 2015

Looking for a peaceful place away from pollution within the city or near the city center? Well Camp John Hay is the perfect place for you. Baguio is the Summer Capital of the Philippines due to its cold weather that makes local and foreign tourists visit during the hot hot season and even cooooold season. My friend and I decided to have some walk with cool wind and experience fresh air away from the air and noise pollution of the central business district. We first have our coffee break in J.Co Donuts and Coffee in Baguio-Ayala Land Technohub Camp John Hay. We ordered Avocado Frappe Uno size, Cappuccino Frappe Uno size, Blueberry donut and Cheesy Rich donut. It was very delicious, J.Co is one of my favorite cafe and it's affordable or has average price comparing with the quality of taste. After that, we decided to take a walk to have some fresh air. We walk from Technohub until we reach the front of Manor Hotel one of the most luxurious hotel in Baguio. We took some pictures and talk while walking exploring where the roads of Camp John Hay will take us. We reach the small version of Statue of Liberty in New York. Yes, it has a version in Camp John Hay. While walking we realize how refreshing the air, perfect for morning or afternoon jog. hmmmm, My friend joked that she'll visit Camp John Hay everyday for a morning jug. Sounds clever, good luck to her. Camp John Hay is perfect for picnic with family and friends, for just chillin', and jogging. If you are fun of nature I strongly recommend this place for you. Come visit Camp John Hay for relaxation, fun, bonding and experience mother nature.

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Beautiful Gardens and Rooms/Suites

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 13, 2012

If you want to go stay at a classy place in Baguio, then The Manor is where you should stay. It may not have high ceilings or elaborate chandeliers, but it is classy enough.

Dining, golf, shopping, live lounge music, et cetera, can be enjoyed there. There are also tons of guest activities and the concierge will be happy to serve you if you need anything in particular.

The place is clean and there are hotel shuttles to bring you to places in Baguio. It may be a little more expensive than a taxi, but... :)

Unique Quality:


Garden View:
Superior Room 1 - 2 persons Php 5,500.00
Deluxe Room 1 - 2 persons Php 5,700.00
1 Bedroom Suite 1 - 3 persons Php 8,000.00
2 Bedroom Suite 2 - 5 persons Php 12,600.00

Forest View:
Superior Room 1 - 2 persons Php 5,200.00
Deluxe Room 1 - 2 persons Php 5,500.00
1 Bedroom Suite 1 - 3 persons Php 7,700.00
2 Bedroom Suite 2 - 5 persons Php 12,300.00

Check for promos/bonuses(seasonal) and availability:

For reservations and inquiries:

Telephone : (+63)(74) 424-0931 to 43
(+63)(74) 424-0945 to 47
(+63)(74) 424-0950 to 53 local 1003/1004
Hotlines :

Fax No. : (+632)
(+63)(74) 584-4911
Email Address:

Manila Sales and Marketing Office Unit 1107-A, 11/F West Tower
Philippline Stock Exchange Centre Bldg.,
Exchange Rd., Ortigas Center Pasig City
Philippines 1605
Telephone : (+632) 687-6710
(+632) 687-6524
(+632) 687-0351
Fax No. : (+632) 687-6607
Email Address:


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Christmas at the Manor

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 19, 2010

We stayed at The Manor 2 weeks before Christmas and you can already feel the spirit of the season. The decors are well-crafted. Even the garden has a Christmas-theme and adorned with 2 live/giant Christmas trees. The rooms are very spacious (a room for two could accomodate 4 and still have enough space to dance), the beddings crisp and fresh, the hot water works (yes!), toiletries are unlimited (you can ask for extra supplies) as well as the coffee. Oh, and they offer free welcome drinks and spa/massage. And a basket of goodies when you check out. I don't know if that's year-round or just during the holidays.

The staff are friendly but not much to really make me remember it. I noticed that bellhops were friendlier to their regular clients (they know their names). Hmmm, discrimination? Or they just know that these clients TIP big? That's ok, I don't need the extra attention.

Still, i highly recommend The Manor, though it's a bit pricey. Hey, watch out for their promos. We got our room at 50% off.

Unique Quality: The beds are really comfortable. The place is peaceful. And clean. We haven't tried the food so I couldn't tell you about that.

Great view! The rear garden/park is good to while away the time. Take pictures. Play games. Have fun with the kids.

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Baguio's Best

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 13, 2007

A wonderful place to stay, great views, peaceful, has driving range, golf course, hiking trails... the rooms are comfortable and clean... try to stay on upper floors as you get more breeze into hotel room... food at hotel restaurant is delicious, servers are properly trained, pleasant and attentive... they have a good bar with bartenders who know how to make drinks..

The front desk people are quite stuffy, they hardly smile which is a shame since they are the first people that you see.

But all in all a great experience.

Unique Quality: starbucks on premises and also the waffle house for good and cheap breakfast

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Baguio's Best Accommodation

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 28, 2005

The hotel is located inside Camp John Hay. The theme of the hotel is country. The hotel lobby gives you a feeling of being inside this huge log cabin. The people are very helpful and are always ready with a smile.
Best time to go is June to Sept if you would like to enjoy the really cool weather (Filipino standards---15-21C), fog, best bargain price of 50% off---inquire about this. We paid just about US$40 per night/room, breakfast not included.
Although their buffet breakfast is not so spectacular, the price per perrson is not so bad at US$6-7 per person.
On weekends they have performances at the hotel lounge, free of cover charge.
There are coffee shops and restaurants within the vicinity. Just across the hotel is Mile High Centre where you can also do a little bit of shopping.
They also have golf and spa packages.

Unique Quality: They won the award for energy efficiency. I guess it is because they do not have airconditioning system in the hotel (you will not need it anyway as the weather is really cold specially during rainy season).
My husband and I enjoyed their breakfast because of the ambiance. You will have your breakfast facing the landscaped garden and the mountains.

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Best place to stay

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 12, 2005

i like it here....the bed's nice........ i like their buffet breakfast........ i like the view....

Unique Quality: golf course

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Baguio's best Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 2, 2005

I had a 5 week stay at Camp John Hay Manor. The accomadations were really good. The room was a suite, so there was more than enough room with a nice patio and 2 bathrooms. Everything was great, from the staff, to the restaurant and bar, to the Golf Course. I was in Baguio to work, but I must say, that I have had worse vacations, haha!
I recommend Camp John Hay Manor and also the Baguio Country Club, which I stayed at for 3 weeks back in 1997. Gusto kung Philippinas!

Unique Quality: The restaurant had a great buffet in the morning, outside! and the area behind the hotel was nice for a morning walk with beautiiful views of the valley below. Golf Course was challenging. During 5 weeks in Baguio, I did so many things, from going to the beach, to the wood carving village, dining, night clubing, golf, it was great. Truely the expierience of a life time. I would go back again in a minute, if I had the chance !!!!

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Where I'll stay next time I go to Baguio

by written on October 26, 2003

I didn't get to stay here, but I did stop by twice, once for cocktails and a couple days later for brunch. The interior is beautiful with its large fir logs and tall ceiling. I was tempted to leave my hotel and move to this one. It was so much nicer than anything else you'll find in Baguio.

Unique Quality: Interior architecture is very nicely done. The hotel opens in the rear to a nice garden. Walk accross the garden to the gazebo opposite the hotel and you get nice vantage of a valley below.

For golfers, I'm not one so I can't comment, there's a Jack Nicklaus designed course owned by the same company that runs the hotel.

Directions: It's in Camp John Hay. Your cabbie will know where it is.

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Stay And Play At Camp John Hay

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 23, 2003

Stay at Camp John Hay. This American-camp-turned-resort is latest among the developments in Baguio.

You can stay in a hotel, a lodge, or buy yourself a condo unit.

Unique Quality: A golf course. A hiking trail. A convention center.

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Address: Loakan Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines

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Amenities at Camp John Hay Manor Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Beverage Selection
  • Spa
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Kids Activities
  • Kitchenette
  • Suites
  • Shuttle Service
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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