If you’ve been to the Philippines. You know hotels can be a bit too generic at times. But Baguio Hotels are unique in their own way, for one, the top three priciest Hotels in Baguio are without aircon. Why you say? Well, you can’t enjoy Baguio’s awesome view of the mountains, the cool climate, clear skies and greenery everywhere by being boxed in in a tight air conditioned room.
The natural air-cooled environment and temperate weather in Baguio allows you to open your hotel window enjoy your view of the towering pine trees and taker a deep breath of fresh air.
Take a look at our list of the Cheapest Hotels in Baguio page. It might surprise you.
Some Fun Facts on Baguio Hotels
Based on statistics, Baguio has 38 hotels, 6 resorts, plus 75 other lodging and retreat houses. These numbers do not include those private homes that let out rooms to supply the great demand for rooms in during peak months.
• A hotel, according to the Philippines’ Department of Tourism, is a “building that is used for the reception, lodging or accommodation of a traveler or tourist.” There are many accredited standard and economy hotels here with rooms that meet the requirement of at least ’18 sqm in size.’ The rate for a standard room is about $90
• A resort is a place that offers “lodging, dining and recreational facilities, and is conducive to healthful relaxation.” Exclusive Baguio Country Club and Camp John Hay Manor are examples of resort hotels in Baguio. The rate for resorts ranges from $50 to $120. Cottages (7 persons) go for about $280.
• A tourist inn is one that “does not meet the (infrastructural) standards” (e.g. room size is less than 18 sqm) or provide the wide range of services of a hotel. Twin share rooms would cost about $35 to $55
• A pension house is one with independent rooms, common facilities such as showers, cooking and dining. Usually $10 to $20 per person
• Also very popular are those private vacation homes or “transient houses” that are let out as a whole or on a per room/person basis. The new buzzword for this is “homestay.” The rate per person is anywhere from $8 to $15, depending on the location, neighborhood and condition of the property.
(Fun facts source: GoBaguio.com)
So why wait? Book Now and get to enjoy Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines. You won’t regret this unique experience.