With its cool climate, myriad of activities and relaxing environment, it’s no surprise as to why people often flock to Baguio for a break.
If you want to head over to the city of Pines, and want a comfortable stay after a day of exploring – then check out our Baguio Hotels with pool:
Perfect for business travelers who are looking for a more relaxing environment to work in, the Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza offers several business facilities, functions rooms and well-appointed rooms.
If one needs a break though, guests can head out to the nearby Tam-awan Village or Burnham Park where you can go boating, biking and more.
Nestled in the heart of Baguio City, Newton Plaza Hotel is a three-star hotel that has easy access to several business centers, retail hubs, and tourist spots.
On the property though, there is a garden for guests to relax in and an outdoor pool they can jump into. The rooms can cater to solo travelers or families, with each room carrying a LCD television, complimentary instant coffee, linens, mirror, and a sofa.
When heading over to the Summer Capital of the Philippines, this four-star property treats guests to chic rooms, world-class service and facilities and breathtaking views.
With regards to food and beverage, guests can dine at The Lobby which serves French and Filipino dishes, or you can grab a drink or two at the in-house bar, The Malt Room.
Guests can also make use of the hotel’s fitness gym, take a dip at the indoor heated pool and get some “me-time” at the Va Verde Spa.
Located in Sto. Tomas mountains, the second highest peak of the Cordilleras, Green Valley offers guests a myriad of activities to keep busy while enjoying the summer capital of the Philippines.
There’s an indoor pool, volleyball court, a bowling alley, basketball court, tennis court and more. Though a bit aged, the rustic and charming vibe that guests get from Green Valley is enough to keep them coming back.
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