Baguio Expenses And Where To Stay
It’s nice to be back in the City of Pines and this time I traveled with my college friends. It’s funny that after a decade we all get to bond in spite of being in a different group of friends back in college. It was a very relaxing 3-day trip with them.
It will always depend on where you will stay, where you will eat and what activities you will do during your stay. We stayed in a 3-star hotel, we paid 2,000 pesos per night with FREE plated Filipino breakfast for 4 pax.
We got a nice deal from TRAVELOKA with a discount of 800 Pesos/hotel/night. That is actually a VERY GOOD DEAL, we only paid 500 pesos per night/pax and we get to stay in a nice hotel, with comfy bed, en-suite bathroom, and FREE breakfast.
Hotel Henrico Legarda
With a nightly rate of 2,000 to 3,000 pesos (rates are higher during Peak season).
We loved our hotel room so much – who wouldn’t? With a view like this every day? Fresh air and cold breeze – perfect!!!
With 2 queen size bed, tv, en-suite bathroom, spacious room, and no aircon. Common was in Baguio, it’s always cold or chilly weather here even on summer days. No comforter which I don’t like much about and the bed is not that comfy.