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Baguio City, Islands Philippines
El Cielito Inn Baguio
50 North Drive, Baguio City, Philippines
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El Cielito Inn Baguio is a hotel that the city is proud to call one of its own. Considered as the Philippines' summer capital, Baguio is bathed in refreshing mountain breeze and has been acclaimed on several occasions as the cleanest city in the country. It boasts of breathtaking hilltop panoramas dotted with pine trees and coated with the region's naturally majestic flora.
These enchanting views together with exciting finds, popular attractions, and subtle entertainment spots are literally footsteps away from the El Cielito Inn Baguio. Out the hotel's entrance and you can find yourself in Camp John Hay, SM City Baguio, the Convention Center, Session Road, and Burnham Park in a matter of minutes. El Cielito Inn Baguio is also in very convenient proximity to the city's domestic airport and bus terminals.
Any lodging set-up presented by other Baguio City Hotels can be answered by El Cielito Inn. Guest rooms range from Standard, Deluxe, Superior, to Apartelle-type spaces.
Apartelles A and B are the ultimate in style and convenience; these units can have 1 or 2 bedrooms with a maximum of 3 full-sized beds ideal for families, friends, and co-workers wanting to stay in groups to lower their Baguio City hotel expenses further. The Standard and Deluxe rooms each include either a double or queen-sized bed perfect for couples - these rooms come with coffee/tea-making facilities, pay-per-view movies for the Standard and cable television for the Deluxe Rooms, and so much more. Finally, the Superior Rooms at the El Cielito Inn - Baguio City hotel elevate value to a new level with balconies and verandas that look out onto fantastic mountain views.
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