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michi247

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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #45 on: November 09, 2011, 03:38:38 pm »

natry ko yung hotel veniz last weekend, ok sana yung location niya pero parang di ok ang service nila. here's my review

Hotel Veniz
http://michiphotostory.blogspot.com/2011/11/hotel-veniz.html

pero kung one day lang siguro sa baguio, pwede na rin sa hotel veniz kasi malapit nga sa lahat, walking distance lang halos so tipid sa taxi.
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #46 on: December 26, 2011, 11:30:49 am »

We'll be staying in Mines View Park Hotel... 28 ang akyat namen ng baguio.
Mukhang OK naman yung reviews and kung may palpak, I hope kaya kong pagbigyan.

I'll write a review after pero im really keeping my fingers crossed that this will be a good baguio trip. :)
Ngaragan nga lang sa itinerary. :D
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #47 on: December 26, 2011, 08:29:45 pm »

We always stay in Hotel Supreme, member kc kami dun.. Though this time, baka umakyat kami ng end Jan - 1st/2nd wk Feb (fave weeks ko sa Baguio - ssuppperr lamig!) sa resthouse ng friend namin kami magstay..

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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #48 on: January 03, 2012, 04:07:33 pm »

We stayed at Mines View Park Hotel. Since it's just a walk away from Mines View Park, medyo hassle lang paakyat kasi traffic eh. Mabuti na lang may GPS app na nakuha yung husband ko so nakahanap kami ng pwedeng daanan. Also, yung hotel parking is paakyat so for us na hindi malaking sasakyan at medyo may kalumaan na, medyo nahirapan kami umakyat. Medyo konti lang din yung parking slots nila.
Other than that, OK na OK yung stay namen sa kanila. Simple yung breakfast pero masarap and hearty.
Nag-dinner din kami and masarap yung Sinigang sa strawberry na baboy nila. Hint lang yung strawberry so hindi siya masyadong odd. Mura lang din yung hotel food nila so kahit dun ka na lang mag-dinner, walang problem.

We got the Jr. Executive room for 4500 a night. Although hindi sila coordinated pa masyado, OK naman yung service nila pag pinaliwanag mo yung kailangan mo. We'd probably stay there again pero kahit smaller room lang. Yung rates nila is the same all year.

Hindi nga ganun kalamig sa tanghali at hapon pero sa gabi malamig lalo na nasa mataas kami so sa veranda pa lang may fog na.

Hindi kami masyado pumunta sa may session road area kasi ang daming tao. Mas madalas kami sa may camp john hay. My husband enjoyed the 50's diner. Mas maganda if you start dun sa usually maraming tao ng maaga. We went to wright park early kaya konti pa yung tao pero pagdating ng tanghali nung napadaan kami grabe na.

Day 1
4:00 AM - Departure from South
10:00 AM - Arrival in Baguio
10:30 AM - PMA
12:30 PM - Lunch at Forest House (medyo naligaw pa kami)
2:00 PM - Check in at Mines View Park Hotel
4:00 PM - Tsoklate Batirrol (CHJ)
5:00 PM - Bell House, Bell Amphi, Cemetery of Negativism
7:00 PM - Dinner at Hotel

Day 2
7:00 AM - Breakfast at Hotel
8:00 AM - Wright Park
9:00 AM - The Mansion
9:30 AM - Botanical Garden
10:30 AM - Burnham Park
12:30 PM- Lunch at 50's Diner (medyo matagal ang line)
2:00 PM - CHJ Mile Hi  and Eco Trail, Target Shooting
3:30 PM- Merienda at House of Waffles
4:30 PM - Mines View
5:30 PM - Back to Hotel (Rest before Dinner)
7:00 PM - Dinner at Hotel

Day 3
Breakfast then Check out
Maaga kasi kami umalis ng Baguio since we had to drop by in Bulacan to buy Fireworks.
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #49 on: May 14, 2012, 04:24:29 pm »

We stayed at Bloomfield hotel in 2009. It was good. It's a relatively new hotel at that time so maganda pa. Plus walking distance to SM Baguio, just in case you need some stuff to buy.
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #50 on: May 17, 2012, 04:47:23 am »

^sama tayo sis, bet ko din yang hotel na yan. Diyan kami nagstay before :)
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #51 on: June 13, 2012, 03:02:08 pm »

Planning to bring my bagets here  ;)
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #52 on: July 26, 2012, 10:46:21 am »

We'll be in baguio tomorrow,  we're planning to stay at blue mountain hotel,,thanks sa mga infos sis I txted them already and they we're so accommodating to my queries,,,,,,kahit na im so mkulit na,,,,,sana lang mg improve meat her dun bukas :-)
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #53 on: July 26, 2012, 10:57:51 am »

^subscribing for future reference..(matagal tagal pa..)
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #54 on: July 27, 2012, 07:41:50 pm »

sis my alam ba kang msrap kainan nav
 resto near blue mountain hotel? Many thanks
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #55 on: July 27, 2012, 09:36:37 pm »

We stayed in Hotel Veniz last April. 3days/2nights lang to celebrate my birthday. Dala namin 10y/o and 1.5y/o kids and commute lang kami. Sobrang na-appreciate ko yung location kasi when we went to the strawberry farm hindi namin alam kung pano bumalik sa hotel (nag cab kami papuntang farm, hirap sumakay ng cab pag palabas galing farm) so nag jeep na lang kami then kita na yung hotel from the terminal. Ganun din nangyari nung nagpunta kami sa butterfly sanctuary. Ok din yung housekeeping service and buffet breakfast. I think we got what we paid for naman. ;)
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #56 on: July 30, 2012, 05:42:28 pm »

Hi sis. Try mo le monet baguio. Sa camp john hay din near manor. Malapit sa lahat yun, bago pa. Ganda dun lalo na if may kids na kasama. Safe sila dun
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #57 on: July 31, 2012, 05:12:30 am »

wala ako inaalala pag umaakyat ako ng Baguio cz I am from that place..hihi
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #58 on: July 31, 2012, 10:34:40 am »

Hi sis. Try mo le monet baguio. Sa camp john hay din near manor.

Maganda nga yung location ng Le Monet. Nung pumunta kami Baguio early this year ginagawa pa siya so na-excite din ako nung nalaman kong tapos na pala siya.

Malapit siya sa Manor pero mas maraming mas malapit sa kanya.
In front ng Le Monet yung Eco Trail at may kainan sa gilid niya like Shakeys at may iba pang food court. Medyo malapit siya sa Convergys (tama ba? or kung ano mang call center yun) sa Baguio which is malapit din sa Starbucks.
Pwede mo ngang lakarin papuntang Bell House, Bell Amphi, Cemetery of Negativism.

Next time na punta kami ng Baguio dito na lang kami sa Le Monet kasi Ok na ako sa loob ng CHJ, andun na lahat ng kailangan ko. :D
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Re: Where to stay in Baguio
« Reply #59 on: August 20, 2012, 12:04:49 am »

Try niyo PNKY sa may Leonard Wood, o kaya yung Forest House near sa Camp John Hay
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