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The Manor Hotel
Loakan Road, Baguio City, Philippines
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The Manor Hotel is not only distinguished by its impressive architecture and cozy interiors, but also blessed with an environment that truly sets it apart from other hotels in Baguio City. This four-storey structure, designed to blend neatly with towering pine trees, provides a magnificent view of the Cordillera mountain range. Here, one can literally open windows to cool, fresh air.
The interiors emulate the atmosphere, the history and the fond memories of the real Baguio. Paneled walls and wooden furniture evoke a Filipino-Colonial feel. Wooden shuttered doors open to outdoor patios with a breathtaking view.
With 175 rooms to accommodate guests, The Manor promises five-star services through highly trained staff and world-class facilities. It consists of studio-type, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, catering to the different needs of individuals, groups and families. Each room offers a breathtaking view of the mountain range and pine forests.
Units are also equipped with a refrigerator, hot and cold shower, in-room safe, and a phone system with IDD/NDD. At or near the main lobby area, the hotel features a café and restaurant, a lounge adorned by a large fireplace, and other amenities one may find only in deluxe hotels.
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