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Set 2 km from Burnham Park and Baguio Cathedral, this elegant, sculpture-fronted apartment hotel is 11 km from the BenCab Museum. Polished apartments offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players, as well as kitchenettes, dining tables, and sitting areas with sofabeds; some feature balconies. Upgraded apartments add separate living areas; some have extra bedrooms and bathrooms. Room service is available. Freebies include breakfast and parking. Other amenities consist of a casual coffee shop, a chic lounge bar and a kids’ play area. Spa treatments are available.

Superior Php 5,600
Deluxe Php 6,600
Premier  (no balcony) Php 6,300
Premier (front) Php 7,300
One-bedroom (no balcony) Php 7,900
One-bedroom Php 8,400
Two-bedroom Php 9,600


  • Overnight room accommodation for single and double occupancy.
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Government taxes and service


  • Hotel rooms are subject to space availability
  • Rates are  valid on Lean Season only
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice
  • Rates valid until March 31, 2019


  • Business center
  • Coffee shop
  • Elevator
  • Facilities for disabled guests
  • Laundry service
  • Meeting facilities
  • Room service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Tours

Sports and Recreation

Garden, Massage


Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas


Car park, Valet parking

Baguio City

Baguio City

Baguio is one of the most famous cities in the Philippines and has been celebrated as the Summer Capital of the country for the past 99 years.

It was the playground of the Americans who built this city as their vacation spot in the 1900’s. It has since expanded, and now has a population of 30,000.

Today, Baguio offers a world of adventures.

Stroll down Session Road and shop in an ukay-ukay (thrift shop). Vintage is king in these places, so look out for branded items at bargain prices.

Looking for local crafts? The people of the Cordillera are known for their carving and weaving skills. The downtown market sells all sorts of carved bulul (rice gods) and the infamous Barrel Man. Woven rattan products such as pasiking (native backpacks) and baskets come in all varieties.  You can also see the carvers in action. Just take a taxi ride down Asin Road by Green Valley.

For some inspiration, go a little further and visit the Bencab Gallery and Museum. Built on the edge of a hill with an incredible view of a rainforest and garden, the museum is owned by the National Artist Ben Cabrera. Ethnographic masterpieces in the form of spoons, pipes and bowls are showcased along with paintings and sculpture.

For a deeper look into the Cordillera life without leaving the city,Tam-Awan Village is the spot to visit.  Here you’ll find replicas of native cogon-thatched homes, and get a chance to meet local artists.

Burnham Park, Camp John Hay and Mines View Park are places to hang out.  Hotels and homestays are aplenty such as log cabin look-alike The Manor and serviced apartment Gardenville in Green Valley. PNKYHome is a bed and breakfast you can call home.

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