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The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay
Camp John Hay,Baguio - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Bicycle rental
  3. Valet parking
  4. Shuttle service
  5. Hot tub
  6. Kids club
  7. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  8. Front desk [24-hour]
"It was my second time to stay at Forest Lodge. Though it's not the newest hotel in Baguio, it still boasts of its location and the comfort it gives to their guests. The bedsheets, pillows and towels are still excellent. It's still one of the hotels i prefer to stay at."
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8.9

Excellent

5839 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 143
Paladin Hotel
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Cash withdrawal
  6. Check-in/out [private]
  7. Breakfast [free]
  8. Room service
"Without batting an eyelash, Paladin tries and succeeds in approximating the hospitality enjoyed by Baguio visitors decades ago, long before the city deteriorated into a crass and congested destination. Being treated courteously and well by hotel staff in Baguio is now seldom heard about, except if one pays big money in five star accommodations. If only for the genuinely warm treatment, the price one pays for lodging at Paladin suddenly becomes reasonable. The thougtful amenities are also worth raving about. For a hotel of this modest stature, one gets complimentary bottled water, slippers, bathroom supplies and use of a personal in-room vault. The long ascent by steep stairs to the receiving area is a challenge to PWDs and certainly, to elderly guests. There is no other recourse for the receiving staff but to make sure they are polite and ready with smiles if only to soothe tired legs and frayed nerves brought about by that huff and puff climb. If only they could hasten check in procedures and not subject guests to an interminable wait as so many things had to be written down. Surely there is a more efficient, even automated way to give out breakfast coupons and get data from registering guests without making them wait in line too long. They need to rest from the long trip, or that staircase challenge."
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8.1

Excellent

5325 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 67
The Plaza Lodge Baguio
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Fitness center
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Check-in/out [private]
"I’ll be recommending this place to my family and friends. :)"
8.5

Excellent

1155 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 87
Azalea Hotels & Residences Baguio
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Breakfast [free]
  6. Contactless check-in/out
  7. Shops
  8. Coffee shop
"This is a brand new hotel opened it's door since September 2011, so it's just a year plus old during my stay with my Fiancee. Compair with other hotels in Baguio, this hotel looks much grand at it's entrance, when you enter the room, everything is new, it has all the facilities which a five star hotel has! In terms of hotel rooms it is consider the best value hotel I have ever stay in the Philippines(Midas, Heritage, Copacabana, Remington and so on)! It's much better then all these hotels I have had stayed. However, if you stay in a lower floor the view is bad, you could only see a wall when you open your curtain, besides, the Wifi in the hotel was terrible, because it's still new, more upgrading works are undergoing; secondly, F&B of this hotel also should improve, totally no choice from the menu that's why no hotel guest would like to dine in their restaurant, if they could improve the menu I believe most of the hotel guest will love to dine in the hotel because outside is expensive too and not much great food you can find in town! Overall, I really enjoyed my stay here, I rest very well in the hotel because it's a very quiet location! I will definately come back to this hotel during my next trip!"
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8.4

Excellent

4163 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 140
Microtel by Wyndham Baguio
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Cash withdrawal
  7. Room service [24-hour]
  8. Coffee shop
"I traveled solo for the first time and tried to search for a hotel that would be very convenient for me. I put my trust to all the reviewers and just hoped for the best. I booked Wyndham because according to trip adviser it was the number one hotel in Baguio and the reviewers mentioned that it is very convenient and the staff is very friendly. I came there last May, a peak season so I arrived along with many other guests. I was so tired from my 4 hour plane journey from Singapore and the 8hours trip from manila (straight with no sleep at all). But the staff in this hotel are all very efficient and friendly. They did all check in's very swiftly regarded all my queries patiently and i get to rest immediately because of them. I thought i'd still wait for long time due to high volume of guests. My room as big enough for me. It was very comfortable and the bed was not too soft and not too stiff so it gave my body the rest it needed. After my nap I went to the front desk to ask where SM Baguio and session road were. The staff gave me vivid description and I had no trouble finding the places. The bus terminal, eating places, sm baguio were all just a walk away from the hotel. I regret that i forgot to ask the names of the staff that helped me so i can commend them as well but i feel that wyndham trained all their staff well and that they are all equally efficient. Thank you Wyndham! definitely will be staying with you if I go back. "
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8.6

Excellent

3040 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 70
Ion Hotel
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Luggage storage
  7. Cash withdrawal
  8. Check-in/out [private]
"Exceptional service from front desk to housekeeper"
8.3

Excellent

267 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 63
The Manor at Camp John Hay
Camp John Hay,Baguio - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Hot tub
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Contactless check-in/out
"The Manor remains to be one of the best hotels in Baguio. The staff are accommodating and the food is well-prepared at Le Chef. The breads and pastries are also a nice present for loved ones. "
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8.8

Excellent

3214 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 218
Citylight Hotel
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Breakfast [free]
  5. Coffee shop
  6. Bar
  7. Restaurants
  8. Safety deposit boxes
"This is one of the few good hotels I found in Baguio that is within the city proper. The hotel location is just a few steps away from Session Road. The room looks modern, large, and clean, especially the bathroom. We got the Deluxe room, which has a 32 inch LCD tv. The room is not air conditioned though, like many hotels in Baguio. We were able to request an electric fan, although we hardly used it as the weather was cold during our stay. There is no refrigerator in the room, and the included toiletries consisted of two small soaps, a small shampoo, and a small conditioner. The bed is stiff but was not a big deal to us. The included buffet is great. Pros: - Reasonably priced - Great location, just a few steps away from Session road, Baguio Cathedral, and SM City Baguio - Large, clean, modern looking room with an LCD tv - Great breakfast buffet included with the room price - Spacious carpark - Friendly staff Cons: - Other than the tv, a side table, and a chair, the room is bare (not so much an issue for us) - The bed is stiff (not so much an issue for us though) - There is a bar at the penthouse that plays loud music until 12 midnight We still enjoyed the stay despite the cons as the pros were really important to us during the trip."
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7.9

Very good

3919 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 68
Le Monet Hotel
Camp John Hay,Baguio - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Cash withdrawal
"i would consider my stay at this hotel was the best of all my baguio city retreats, the hotel staff from the front desk to concierge and restaurant are very friendly and accomodating, the hotel ambiance is excellent. they are the only hotel in baguio with nice heated pool. the rooms and baths are clean with soft clean comfortable beds and good room ventilation the allows mountain breeze."
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8.5

Excellent

3796 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 136
G1 Lodge Design Hotel
Baguio City Proper,Baguio - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Restaurants
  8. Room service
"Booked a room a week before. While on my way to Baguio, hotel associates called to ask if I'd want my room downgraded due to water leakage caused by continuous rainfall. When asked if it's okay, I was hesitant at first. Who wants a room downgrade anyway? But they left me with no option. There were no other rooms available. It was a long weekend and most hotels are already fully booked so I agreed. They offered a free dinner of choice to make up for it. It's just sad I wanted a room with balcony. *sigh* Anyway, check-in and check-out transactions went fast and smooth. Stayed there for 2 nights. Beautiful facade and interior design. PROS: -Good breakfast options. Love their breakfast buffet. -Convenient location -Clean Room -Very Friendly and accommodating staff CONS -Limited Room Space (Swan room) -Restaurant/Café closes early -Sound proof is weak"
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9

Exceptional

3345 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 95

Fast facts about Baguio, Philippines

Accommodations1,944 properties
Popular hotelPaladin Hotel
Popular areaBaguio City Proper
Nightly rates from$8
AirportLoakan Airport
Reasons to visitNature, Sightseeing

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Frequently asked questions

What's the typical price of a resort in Baguio this weekend?

The typical price for a 3-star property in Baguio this weekend is USD 54. The typical price for a 4-star hotel in Baguio this Friday and Saturday is USD 76. The typical price for a 5-star resort in Baguio this Friday and Saturday is USD 35.

What resorts in Baguio have the best views?

Verified vacationers to Baguio have given amazing evaluations for the views at NYC Manhattan Suites, Grand Sierra Pines Hotel and Outlook Ridge Residences.

What are the top accommodations around Baguio for individual vacationers?

Hotels in Baguio that are very highly rated by solo tourists are Travelite Hotel Legarda, The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay and Paladin Hotel.

What properties located in Baguio are very highly rated regarding facilities?

Resortslocated in Baguio that is exceptionally rated with respect to facilities include Courtyards Peak-Corner Pinestay - at Goshenland Baguio, Baguio Central Apartment by Goshenland and The White Pine at No 7 Pucay Village.

What hotels in Baguio are very highly rated for service?

Propertiesin Baguio which is very highly rated regarding service include Affordable Baguio APT, 88 Gibraltar (Mines View) and JCGA Apartments at Megatower Residences IV - Near SM & Session Rd.

What are the preferred accommodations around Baguio with bars?

Resorts that have bars in Baguio which are very highly rated include The CloudBaguio Bristle Ridge 2 Bed Room Condo, The CloudBaguio Bristle Ridge 2 Bed Room Condo and BRISTLE RIDGE (516) 1209 Condo Unit Rental.

What are the ideal wheelchair accessible resorts in Baguio?

Wheelchair-accessible hotels found in Baguio which are very highly rated include Bang-kito Bristle Ridge Condo Top Floor (S605) and Queen's chamber.

What are the most appropriate hotels in Baguio with fitness center?

Properties that has a fitness center in Baguio which are exceptionally rated include Brand New 2 BR Unit (Marga Rm) with Stunning view and UGF18 VISTABRENT CONDO RENTAL 1BEDROOM W/ BALCONY.

What's the best neighborhood with nature getaway in Baguio?

The finest nature getaway neighborhood in Baguio is Camp John Hay.

Is quarantine expected for unvaccinated visitors to enter Baguio?

Quarantine may be required for unvaccinated foreigners to enter Baguio from outside the country. For up-to-date and in depth information on travel restrictons, please head over to the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

Is pre-departure covid test necessary for unvaccinated visitors to enter Baguio?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is required to enter Baguio. For updated and in depth information on travel restrictons, please stop by the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to visit, or go to here.

What vaccines are accepted in Baguio?

Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Sinovac, Sinopharm/BIBP, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Gamaleya, Sputnik V, Bharat Biotech, Covaxin, CoronaVac , Gamaleya Sputnik V, Novavax/Covovax, Medigen are currently recognized and accepted by the national health authority of the country that includes Baguio.

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More about Baguio

Discover the Charm of Baguio: Fun Facts and Reasons to Visit

Baguio is a city located in the northern part of the Philippines, and it is known for its cool climate, scenic views, and rich cultural heritage. It is also called the "City of Pines" because of the abundance of pine trees in the area. Baguio is a popular destination for both local and foreign tourists because of its unique attractions and activities. One of the fun facts about Baguio is that it was designed by American architect Daniel Burnham in the early 1900s. Burnham was also responsible for the design of the city of Chicago, and his influence can be seen in the wide streets and parks of Baguio. Another interesting fact is that the city is home to the Philippine Military Academy, the premier military school in the country. Baguio is a great destination for travelers who want to experience the beauty of nature. The city is surrounded by mountains, and there are several parks and gardens where visitors can enjoy a relaxing stroll. One of the most popular attractions is Burnham Park, which features a man-made lake, a skating rink, and a playground. Another must-visit spot is the Botanical Garden, which showcases a wide variety of plants and flowers.

How to Get to Baguio: A Quick Guide for Travelers

Baguio is located approximately 250 kilometers north of Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. The most convenient way to get to Baguio is by taking a bus from Manila. Several bus companies operate daily trips to Baguio, and the travel time is around 6 hours. For those who prefer to travel by air, there are flights from Manila to Baguio. However, these flights are limited and are usually more expensive than taking a bus. The nearest airport to Baguio is the Loakan Airport, which is located within the city limits.

Top Fun Things to Do in Baguio: A Traveler's Guide

There are plenty of fun things to do in Baguio, and visitors will never run out of activities to enjoy. One of the most popular attractions is the Tam-Awan Village, which showcases the traditional houses of the Cordillera people. Visitors can also watch cultural performances and buy handmade crafts and souvenirs. Another must-visit spot is the Baguio Night Market, which is open every night from 9 pm to 2 am. The market offers a wide variety of goods, including clothes, accessories, and food. Visitors can also try the local delicacies, such as strawberry taho and ube jam. For those who want to experience the outdoors, there are several parks and gardens to explore. The Mines View Park offers a stunning view of the surrounding mountains, while the Wright Park features a beautiful horseback riding trail. Visitors can also go on a trek to the Mount Pulag National Park, which is known for its breathtaking views of the sunrise and sunset.

Book Your Stay in Baguio with Agoda.com: Enjoy Hassle-Free Booking

Agoda.com is the perfect website for travelers who want to book a hotel in Baguio. The website offers a wide range of accommodations, from budget-friendly hostels to luxurious hotels. Visitors can easily search for the best deals and compare prices to find the perfect hotel for their needs. One of the advantages of booking with Agoda.com is the hassle-free booking process. Visitors can easily make a reservation online and receive instant confirmation. The website also offers 24/7 customer support, so travelers can rest assured that their concerns will be addressed promptly.

The Best Time to Visit Baguio: A Seasonal Guide

The best time to visit Baguio is from November to February, which is the city's cool season. During this time, the weather is cool and dry, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 23 degrees Celsius. This is the perfect time to enjoy outdoor activities and explore the city's attractions. Another great time to visit Baguio is from March to May, which is the summer season. The weather is still cool, with temperatures ranging from 18 to 25 degrees Celsius. This is the perfect time to enjoy the city's parks and gardens, as well as the local festivals and events.

Expert Tips for Travelers Visiting Baguio for the First Time

For travelers visiting Baguio for the first time, it is important to pack warm clothing, especially during the cool season. Visitors should also bring comfortable shoes for walking, as the city's attractions are best explored on foot. Another tip is to try the local delicacies, such as strawberry taho and ube jam. These treats are unique to Baguio and are a must-try for foodies. Visitors should also bring cash, as some establishments do not accept credit cards.

Where to Stay in Baguio: A Guide to the Best Accommodations

There are plenty of accommodations to choose from in Baguio, ranging from budget-friendly hostels to luxurious hotels. One of the best places to stay is The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay, which offers comfortable rooms and stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Another great option is the Travelite Express Hotel, which is located in the heart of the city and offers easy access to the city's attractions. For those who want to stay in a historic hotel, the Paladin Hotel is a great choice. The hotel was built in the 1930s and features a unique blend of Spanish and American colonial architecture. Another luxurious option is the Le Monet Hotel, which offers spacious rooms and a relaxing spa. For budget-conscious travelers, the NYC Manhattan Suites is a great choice. The hotel offers affordable rooms and easy access to the city's attractions.

What to Eat in Baguio: A Foodie's Guide to the City's Delights

Baguio is known for its unique cuisine, which is a blend of traditional Cordillera dishes and modern Filipino flavors. One of the must-try dishes is the Pinikpikan, which is a traditional Cordillera dish made from chicken. Another popular dish is the strawberry sinigang, which is a sour soup made with fresh strawberries. Visitors should also try the local delicacies, such as the strawberry taho and ube jam. These treats are unique to Baguio and are a must-try for foodies. Another must-visit spot is the Baguio Night Market, which offers a wide variety of street food and local delicacies.

How to Travel Around Baguio: A Transportation Guide for Tourists

The best way to explore Baguio is on foot, as the city's attractions are located within walking distance of each other. Visitors can also take a taxi or jeepney to get around the city. Taxis are readily available and are a convenient option for those who want to visit the outskirts of the city. Another popular mode of transportation is the horse-drawn carriage, which is known as the kalesa. This is a unique way to explore the city's attractions and is a must-try for tourists. Visitors should also be aware of the traffic in Baguio, especially during peak hours.