Baguio City, Islands Philippines
There are at least a thousand and one choices: from
luxury city hotels, homey apartelles and pension houses to quaint
little country inns, for all travelers. First-time visitors are
advised to make reservations before going up. During the summer,
the number of tourists can go as high as 200,000. The peso is the
medium of exchange - although the dollar is also widely accepted.
Major credit cards are recognized in most establishments. And if
you're a little short of cash, there's always the friendly ATM machine.
AIM Conference Center, Igorot Lodge, Club John Hay, Baguio City
A ully refurbished to house conference participants, corporate guest and visitors. The twenty-seven (27) twin-bedded rooms are equipped with toilet and bath, study table, mini-bar, refrigerator and cable television.
Ambassador Hotel, Abano Street, Baguio City
Baguio Country Club, Country Club Road, Baguio City
The most famous historical establishments in the Summer Capital City, and certainly one of the most revered exclusive membership clubs in the Philippines. In its century of existence, the Baguio Country Club has catered to many of the most prestigious names in the Philippine society and played host to numerous noteworthy gatherings.
Baguio Highlands Resort Hotel & Spa, Green Valley Village, Sto. Tomas Rd, Dontogan, Baguio City
Nestled on half hectar property located at secured and peaceful residential community of Green Valley Village, dubbed as the coldest place in Baguio and about 5 minutes drive from the city proper.
Baguio Palace Hotel, Legarda Road, Baguio City
Belfrant Hotel, Gen. Luna Road, Baguio City
Benguet Prime Hotel, Session Road, corner Calderon St., Baguio City
The only tourist accommodation facility of its kind located at the very center of Baguio City.
Bloomfield Hotel, No. 3 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
Offers thirty fully air-conditioned rooms and showcases the most modern amenities.
Chalet Tepeyac Hotel, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
An original 1940’s vacation house, owned by a prominent family that has witnessed the changing seasons of Baguio over the years. In 1990, construction of the hotel wing began but was interrupted by a devastating earthquake which hit the city.
City Light Hotel, Upper Gen. Luna, Baguio City
Concorde Hotel, Europa Center, Legarda Road, Baguio City
Rooms and suites at Concorde Hotel were designed with ingenuity and superb quality.
EGI Albergo Hotel, No. 1 Villamor Drive, Brgy. Lualhati, Baguio City
Boasts 33 spacious rooms and suites at an affordable price. The hotel's rooms are suitable for individuals, friends, family, and company trips.
Gilberto's Hotel, Gen. Luna, Baguio City
Golden Pine Hotel, Corner of Carino Sreet and Yandoc Street, Baguio City
Nestled 5,000 ft. above sea level atop the Grand Cordillera Mountain Range is Baguio City, the highest city in the Philippines.
Green Valley Hotel & Resort, Santo Tomas Road, Baguio City
Located on a 5 hectare land within a private subdivision on a plateau just across Mt. Sto. Tomas. It can be reached in 5 minutes by car from Marcos Highway-Sto. Tomas junction and about 10-15 minutes from the heart of the city of Baguio.
Hotel Monticello, Kennon Road, Baguio City
Hotel Salome, Loakan Road, Baguio City
Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza, Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City
Offers a mix of multi-faceted conference facilities and fun leisure diversions to cater for all your needs.
Hotel Veniz, One Abanao St., Baguio City
Sits in the very heart of Baguio. Famous parks, churches, gardens, shopping centers, landmarks and the ever popular "Wagwagan" shops for the bargain hunters are just a leisurely stroll away.
Microtel Inn & Suites Baguio, Upper Session Road, Baguio City
Another value-added feature of this 60-room hotel is its highly convenient location - right at the heart of the city and beside the modern Victory Liner Passenger Center.
Mt. Crest Hotel, Legarda Road, Baguio City
Prince Plaza Hotel, 17 Legarda Rd., Baguio City
Strikes a distinctive appeal with the mixture of its modern architecture and laid back interior design and furnishings. De Luxe Suite Superior Room with Balcony.
Rajah Soliman Hotel, Bokawkan Road, Baguio City
Ridgewood Residence Hotel, #29 J. Felipe St., Baguio City
With rooms that overlook a relaxing manicured garden and cascading waterfalls or yet The Mansion.
Sicat Hotel, Marcos Highway, Baguio City
Skyrise Hotel, Dominican Road, Baguio City
Summer Place Hotel, 288 Marcos Highway, Baguio City
A perfect place to experience luxury and sophistication at the Summer-Capital of the Philippines, the gateway to Baguio City is a unique hotel experience at Summer Place Hotel, "the first fine boutique hotel in Baguio City" just opened April 2003.
The Manor Hotel, Loakan Road, Baguio City
A 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.
Vacation Hotel, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
Venus Parkview Hotel, Kisad Road, Baguio City
A very nice hotel that tirelessly offers first-class accommodations and outstanding services to numerous tourists and guests from the different parts of the world.
Villa Josedino Hotel, Military Cut-off, Baguio City
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Philippines Cuisine Characteristics
Filipino cuisine is distinguished by its bold combination of sweet (tamis), sour (asim), and salty (alat) flavors. While other Asian cuisines may be known for a more subtle delivery and presentation, Filipino cuisine is often delivered all at once in a single presentation. More details at
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Main Dishes Philippine Cuisine
Adobo is one of the most popular Filipino dishes and is considered unofficially by many as the national dish. It usually consists of pork or chicken, sometimes both, stewed or braised in a sauce usually made from vinegar, cooking oil, garlic, bay leaf, peppercorns, and soy sauce. It can also be prepared "dry" by cooking out the liquid and concentrating the flavor. Bistek, also known as "Filipino beef steak," consists of thinly sliced beef marinated in soy sauce and calamansi and then fried in a skillet that is typically served with onions.
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