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 a comfy bed, en-suite bathroom, and FREE breakfast.
Hotel Henrico Legarda is located along the main road of Baguio. You won’t have any problem commuting any time of the day as jeepneys and taxis will pass by the hotel. During our stay in Baguio, we opt to always take a cab because we are 4 in our group and we are all sharing expenses when commuting.
There are a few small convenience stores nearby the hotel. It’s not 24/7 open so I suggest to buy all your snacks and knick-knacks before it closes at 9 in the evening.
All rooms are non-smoking so if you really want to puff a cigarette you have to go downstairs/outside the hotel.
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. In Baguio, it’s always cold or chilly weather here even on summer days. I still prefer to have a duvet whenever I book a 3-star hotel. Having no comfort and just a think sheet gives a motel-feel on this hotel which is a downside for me.
The room is clean, tiled-flooring, a bit spacious and I love that outside our window is a nice view of pine trees.