Baguio City had been a favorite destination of mine ever since I was allowed to go out of town with friends. I have been going here every year since I was in college. The fact that we were still students then, we could only afford to stay at 3-star hotels, inns and apartelles. So you can just imagine my excitement when I finally got to book at the best hotel in Baguio -- The Manor at Camp John Hay.
|The fireplace at the lobby -- The only place in the Philippines where a fireplace is not just a decoration.|
|Checking - in was a breeze!|
|The Piano Bar -- Live entertainment every night|
Le Chef Delicatessen -- Where you can buy CJH's famous raisin bread, walnut bread (my new favorite!)
and other freshly baked goodies, cakes and homemade specialties.
|Aside from the raisin bread, I also bought Chocolate and Orange loaves which are so yummy!|
|You can buy lots of pasalubong here aside from the usual peanut brittle and lengua.|
Here are some of the photos we took around The Manor. The place is really beautiful!
We can just stay in and our vacation would still be as perfect. But then again, my feet is itching to go out and visit some familiar places. More on that later.
nice place! we'd usually check in Baguio Country Club kasi :DReplyDelete
hi! are they strict when it comes to the number of guest with the room you booked? thanks.ReplyDelete