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Where to Stay in Baguio This 2020: 7 Hotels for a Budget-Friendly Stay

Going to the summer capital soon? These Baguio hotels place you at the heart of all the happenings!

By: Viktor Austria | February 14, 2020

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where to stay in baguio 2020

Rooms are rarely air-conditioned since the brisk Baguio breeze is enough to keep you cool and cozy.

Image: Guest Haven Bed and Breakfast official website

With the Panagbenga Festival happening this February, Baguio City anticipates a throng of tourists taking to the Summer Capital to join the festivities. While some of the events have been cancelled due to the recent nCoV (novel coronavirus) scare, you can bet the celebration of the flower festival will still be joyous, so staying for a day wouldn’t be enough.

Hence, it’s a good thing that the Summer Capital is never short of plush hotels that cater perfectly to family and friends. However, with lots of options in the area, choosing where to stay in Baguio this 2020 may be overwhelming! Check out these ideal accommodations in the City of Pines so you can make the most informed decision on where to stay in Baguio this 2020 for your upcoming trip.


1. 3BU Hostel Baguio

Location: 121 Upper Bonifacio Street, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates (nightly rate, all for single occupancy):
Pods - PhP950
Capsule Beds - PhP750
Bunk Beds - PhP550-650
Ipugo membership (three 3 days-2 nights stay valid for three months) - PhP3,000
Kadangyan membership (six 3 days-2 nights stay valid for six months) - PhP5,500
Kabunyan membership (fifteen 3 days-2 nights stay valid for nine months) - PhP13,000


hotel

3BU Hostel gives you your own key card so you’re always secure within common areas.

Image: 3BU Hostel Baguio Facebook Page

If you’re a bunch of backpackers on a budget who aren’t fussy about meeting new friends, 3BU Hostel has the perfect solution. Here, guests sleep on single-sized mattresses inside hut-shaped pods, capsules, or bunk beds that are only fitted with a single light and electrical socket. What makes the hostel a hit is the sense of community it creates—patrons are encouraged to meet fellow guests, have a quick chat, plan itineraries through the bulletin showing Baguio’s upcoming events, or watch Netflix on the common television.



3BU Hostel also has a rooftop café, J’s Liquid Black, that serves breakfast and quick bites. For frequent voyagers, 3BU Hostel also offers membership packages that you can use for up to nine months from your first stay.


2. Hotel Veniz

Location:
Session Road branch: 54 SB Building, Session Road, Baguio City, Benguet
Burnham branch: 1 Abanao Street, Baguio City, Benguet;
Rates:
For Session Road branch:
Superior Solo Room PhP1,395-PhP1,995 for one person
Superior Room PhP1,995-PhP2,995 for two persons
Deluxe Room PhP2,795-PhP3,795 for two persons
Executive Room PhP3,395-PhP4,395 for two persons
Premiere Room PhP3,895-PhP4,995 for three persons
Executive Trio Room PhP3,795-PhP4,895 for three persons
Superior Family Room PhP3,395-PhP4,395 for four persons
Deluxe Family Room PhP4,195-PhP5,195 for four persons*
Executive Family Room PhP4,495-PhP5,595 for four persons
For Burnham branch:
Solo Standard room - PhP1,195-PhP1,895 for one person
Junior Standard room - PhP1,395-PhP1,995 for two persons
Standard Room PhP1,795-PhP2,595 for two persons
Superior Room PhP2,295-PhP3,195 for two persons
Deluxe Room PhP2,895-PhP3,795 for two persons
Executive Room PhP3,095-PhP4,195 for two persons
Junior Suite PhP3,295-PhP4,495 for two persons
Premiere Room PhP4,195-PhP5,295 for two persons
Standard Trio Room PhP2,395-PhP3,295 for three persons
Superior Trio Room PhP2,895-PhP3,895 for three persons
Classic Trio Room PhP3,095-PhP4,295 for three persons
Deluxe Trio Room PhP3,495-PhP4,495 for three persons
Quadruple Standard Room PhP2,995-PhP3,995 for four persons
Quadruple Superior Room PhP3,495-PhP4,595 for four persons
Quadruple Family Room PhP3,795-PhP5,295 for four persons
Classic family Plus Room PhP4,295-PhP5,695 for five persons


accommodation

With Hotel Veniz, friends and small families can fit their plans within the budget.

Image: Hotel Veniz Website

With locations at the busy business district at Session Road and at the nature-embraced Burnham Park, Hotel Veniz ensures that, wherever travelers may opt to stay, they get the best quality of service and amenities. This means that their guests are always at the perfect vantage point to witness the upcoming Panagbenga Festival.

Both branches share the same regal style—their Burnham branch boasts 102 well-appointed rooms while their Session Road branch has 73, perfect for single up to quintuple occupancy, all of which are equipped with Wi-Fi and a private bathroom. Don’t miss out on the Mongolian buffet at Veniz Grill too, which boasts an array of Baguio’s best produce. You can also enjoy breakfast over at Mommy Betty’s Kitchen, or a light late afternoon snack courtesy of Veniz Café.



3. The Podium Boutique Hotel

Location: Kilometer 4, Ben Palispis Highway (formerly Marcos Highway), Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Bronze Room - PhP2,380 for two persons
Silver Room - PhP3,280 for three persons
Bunk Beds - PhP550-650
Gold Suite - PhP4,280 for four persons
Platinum Suite - PhP5,580 for six persons


Baguio

The Podium’s prominent use of pine wood panels reflects its owners’ love for nature.

Image: The Podium Boutique Hotel Facebook Page

One of the more favorable lodging options for backpackers with budget constraints is The Podium Boutique Hotel. It only has three room types, but all of them show off an exquisite take on the most basic necessities. Their Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum rooms all come with cable TV, lightning-speed Internet connection, and jet-powered hot and cold shower, as well as complimentary breakfast for all guests. Guests can also choose between rooms with a sunset or a sunrise view.

Speaking of breakfast, The Podium Boutique Hotel also has Hōka Brew, their in-house restaurant, café, and grill, where meals are complemented by musical acts and a stunning balcony view. Here, they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet featuring their Hoka Rice, Baguio’s version of brown rice. This is also where they house their Beer Bank and Tap List, a collection of handpicked craft beers.


4. Bloomfield Hotel

Location: 3 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Deluxe Queen Room - PhP2,250-PhP2,655 for two persons
Deluxe Twin Room - PhP2,250-PhP2,655 for two persons
Deluxe Room with Balcony - PhP2,500-PhP3,050 for two persons
Superior Deluxe Queen Room - PhP2,450-PhP2,895 for two persons
Superior Deluxe Twin Room - PhP2,450-PhP2,895 for two persons
Suite A - PhP3,500-PhP4,270 for two persons
Suite B - PhP3,990-PhP4,710 for four persons
Junior Executive Suite - PhP4,320-PhP5,100 for four persons
Executive Suite - PhP6,040-PhP7,130 for six persons


where to stay in baguio

Come and go as you please because the Bloomfield Hotel stands near the best tourist spots.

Image: Bloomfield Hotel Website

Whether you’re just staying for the weekend or you’re experiencing the entire Panagbenga Festival, Bloomfield Hotel’s ideal location is worth checking out. Their deluxe rooms and suites all provide a picturesque view of the streets below, which is ideal when watching the flower festival’s many street parades and pageantries. All of their thirty guest rooms are fully air-conditioned, have private baths, and can also include mini-bars and refrigerators, hairdryers, and wide closet spaces.



This hotel in Leonard Wood Road also brings you nearer to Baguio’s renowned tourist spots such as Session Road, Baguio Market, Burnham Park, or Maharlika Building. But if you prefer to enjoy your time indoors, head to Bloomfield Hotel’s Patch Café. The diner serves everything from all-day breakfast to your favorite café fares and desserts.


5. Guest Haven Baguio Bed and Breakfast

Locations:
Guest Haven Baguio - 9 Justice Village Road, Baguio City, Benguet;
Guest Haven House - 47B Interior A, Balacbac-Santo Tomas, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates (All bookings for a minimum of two nights):
For Guest Haven Baguio
Aleph Room - PhP3,700 for two persons
Beth Room - PhP4,100 for two persons
Dalet Room - PhP3,400 for two persons
Gimmel Room - PhP3,400 for two persons
For Guest Haven House
Vav, Zayin, and Chet rooms - PhP11,500 for up to eight persons


hotel

Experience true country living inside Guest Haven Bed and Breakfast’s Cordillera-inspired abode.

Image: Guest Haven Baguio Bed and Breakfast Website

Formerly owned by a famous celebrity, Guest Haven Bed and Breakfast replicates country living like no other accommodation. Paneled with air-dried pine wood and adorned with native Cordilleran textiles, both Guest Haven branches reflect the quaint, rustic lifestyle that is a Baguio exclusive.

All their rooms are meticulously designed and maintained, from the canopy beds to the study nooks, and present a wide-open view of nature outside their windows. Rooms can also have en suite private bathrooms and walk-in closets. Within the manor, keep cozy with the focal fireplace at the heart of the common area, or take time to reflect over a cup of coffee made by Guest Haven Coffee House using the finest beans from Benguet. Soak in the homely atmosphere at their dining area while enjoying your complimentary home-cooked breakfast.



6. Cedar Peak Condominium

Location: Upper Mabini Street corner General Luna Road, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Apartment - PhP4,890-PhP5,490 for up to four persons
Deluxe Apartment - PhP4,290-PhP4,990 for up to four persons
Superior Apartment - PhP5,100-PhP5,900 for up to four persons
Apartment with Balcony - PhP6,440-PhP7,490 for up to six persons
Studio Apartment - PhP6,800-PhP7,700 for up to six persons
One-Bedroom Apartment - PhP7,300-PhP8,500 for up to seven persons
Two-bedroom Apartment - PhP11,290-PhP14,490 for up to 12 persons


accommodation

Nothing comes as complete as Cedar Peak Condominium’s well-equipped apartment accommodations.

Image: Cedar Peak Condominium Website

Contemporary style meets country sensibilities inside the Cedar Peak Condominium. With superb apartment rooms right at the center of Baguio’s sprawling scene, guests will never be too far from the festivities. Each of their rooms feels entirely like your own tiny home, as each one has a private bathroom with heating, kitchenware, a refrigerator, a stovetop with a toaster, electric kettle, and microwave oven, a flat-screen TV with activated satellite and cable channels, a dining table, and of course, a majestic courtyard or city view.

They also have an in-house restaurant that can attend to all your cravings at any time of the day via dining or room service. If these aren’t enough, various shops and boutiques also hold business in the same building, so all of your needs are just one elevator ride away!


7. C Boutique Hotel

Location: 5 Arellano Street corner Moran Street, Barangay Gibraltar, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Studio suite - from PhP3,900 for up to three persons
Premiere studio - from Php4,400 for up to three persons
Deluxe Suite - from PhP4,900 for up to four persons
Executive Suite - from PhP5,900 for up to five persons
Family Suite - from PhP6,900 for up to six persons


Baguio

Tucked inside a quiet residential nook, C Boutique Hotel ensures peace and quiet for its few guests.

Image: C Boutique Hotel Baguio Official Facebook Page

With just 17 rooms, C Boutique Hotels may be the humblest hotel on this list, but that only ensures that their lodging and service are top-notch and are always kept that way. Inside, every amenity of this three-story hillside hotel reflects homely comfort and respite so well that you could mistake it for one of the residences in the area.



Every room has its own en suite private bath, flat-screen TV with cable access, a mini-bar and fridge, coffee maker, and telephone unit, as well as a small veranda overlooking a vertical garden view. Enjoy breakfast served by their in-house restaurant, Charley’s Bar, either beneath the hotel’s high ceilings or outside, in the alfresco dining area beside the bonfire facility.


Make sure to visit Yoorekka to see more accommodation and hotel options in Baguio this 2020!


Make sure you’re settled nicely in the hotel of your choice in the City of Pines so you can get the most memorable festival experience possible!




where to stay in baguio 2020

Rooms are rarely air-conditioned since the brisk Baguio breeze is enough to keep you cool and cozy.

Image: Guest Haven Bed and Breakfast official website

With the Panagbenga Festival happening this February, Baguio City anticipates a throng of tourists taking to the Summer Capital to join the festivities. While some of the events have been cancelled due to the recent nCoV (novel coronavirus) scare, you can bet the celebration of the flower festival will still be joyous, so staying for a day wouldn’t be enough.

Hence, it’s a good thing that the Summer Capital is never short of plush hotels that cater perfectly to family and friends. However, with lots of options in the area, choosing where to stay in Baguio this 2020 may be overwhelming! Check out these ideal accommodations in the City of Pines so you can make the most informed decision on where to stay in Baguio this 2020 for your upcoming trip.


1. 3BU Hostel Baguio

Location: 121 Upper Bonifacio Street, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates (nightly rate, all for single occupancy):
Pods - PhP950
Capsule Beds - PhP750
Bunk Beds - PhP550-650
Ipugo membership (three 3 days-2 nights stay valid for three months) - PhP3,000
Kadangyan membership (six 3 days-2 nights stay valid for six months) - PhP5,500
Kabunyan membership (fifteen 3 days-2 nights stay valid for nine months) - PhP13,000


hotel

3BU Hostel gives you your own key card so you’re always secure within common areas.

Image: 3BU Hostel Baguio Facebook Page

If you’re a bunch of backpackers on a budget who aren’t fussy about meeting new friends, 3BU Hostel has the perfect solution. Here, guests sleep on single-sized mattresses inside hut-shaped pods, capsules, or bunk beds that are only fitted with a single light and electrical socket. What makes the hostel a hit is the sense of community it creates—patrons are encouraged to meet fellow guests, have a quick chat, plan itineraries through the bulletin showing Baguio’s upcoming events, or watch Netflix on the common television.



3BU Hostel also has a rooftop café, J’s Liquid Black, that serves breakfast and quick bites. For frequent voyagers, 3BU Hostel also offers membership packages that you can use for up to nine months from your first stay.


2. Hotel Veniz

Location:
Session Road branch: 54 SB Building, Session Road, Baguio City, Benguet
Burnham branch: 1 Abanao Street, Baguio City, Benguet;
Rates:
For Session Road branch:
Superior Solo Room PhP1,395-PhP1,995 for one person
Superior Room PhP1,995-PhP2,995 for two persons
Deluxe Room PhP2,795-PhP3,795 for two persons
Executive Room PhP3,395-PhP4,395 for two persons
Premiere Room PhP3,895-PhP4,995 for three persons
Executive Trio Room PhP3,795-PhP4,895 for three persons
Superior Family Room PhP3,395-PhP4,395 for four persons
Deluxe Family Room PhP4,195-PhP5,195 for four persons*
Executive Family Room PhP4,495-PhP5,595 for four persons
For Burnham branch:
Solo Standard room - PhP1,195-PhP1,895 for one person
Junior Standard room - PhP1,395-PhP1,995 for two persons
Standard Room PhP1,795-PhP2,595 for two persons
Superior Room PhP2,295-PhP3,195 for two persons
Deluxe Room PhP2,895-PhP3,795 for two persons
Executive Room PhP3,095-PhP4,195 for two persons
Junior Suite PhP3,295-PhP4,495 for two persons
Premiere Room PhP4,195-PhP5,295 for two persons
Standard Trio Room PhP2,395-PhP3,295 for three persons
Superior Trio Room PhP2,895-PhP3,895 for three persons
Classic Trio Room PhP3,095-PhP4,295 for three persons
Deluxe Trio Room PhP3,495-PhP4,495 for three persons
Quadruple Standard Room PhP2,995-PhP3,995 for four persons
Quadruple Superior Room PhP3,495-PhP4,595 for four persons
Quadruple Family Room PhP3,795-PhP5,295 for four persons
Classic family Plus Room PhP4,295-PhP5,695 for five persons


accommodation

With Hotel Veniz, friends and small families can fit their plans within the budget.

Image: Hotel Veniz Website

With locations at the busy business district at Session Road and at the nature-embraced Burnham Park, Hotel Veniz ensures that, wherever travelers may opt to stay, they get the best quality of service and amenities. This means that their guests are always at the perfect vantage point to witness the upcoming Panagbenga Festival.

Both branches share the same regal style—their Burnham branch boasts 102 well-appointed rooms while their Session Road branch has 73, perfect for single up to quintuple occupancy, all of which are equipped with Wi-Fi and a private bathroom. Don’t miss out on the Mongolian buffet at Veniz Grill too, which boasts an array of Baguio’s best produce. You can also enjoy breakfast over at Mommy Betty’s Kitchen, or a light late afternoon snack courtesy of Veniz Café.



3. The Podium Boutique Hotel

Location: Kilometer 4, Ben Palispis Highway (formerly Marcos Highway), Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Bronze Room - PhP2,380 for two persons
Silver Room - PhP3,280 for three persons
Bunk Beds - PhP550-650
Gold Suite - PhP4,280 for four persons
Platinum Suite - PhP5,580 for six persons


Baguio

The Podium’s prominent use of pine wood panels reflects its owners’ love for nature.

Image: The Podium Boutique Hotel Facebook Page

One of the more favorable lodging options for backpackers with budget constraints is The Podium Boutique Hotel. It only has three room types, but all of them show off an exquisite take on the most basic necessities. Their Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum rooms all come with cable TV, lightning-speed Internet connection, and jet-powered hot and cold shower, as well as complimentary breakfast for all guests. Guests can also choose between rooms with a sunset or a sunrise view.

Speaking of breakfast, The Podium Boutique Hotel also has Hōka Brew, their in-house restaurant, café, and grill, where meals are complemented by musical acts and a stunning balcony view. Here, they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet featuring their Hoka Rice, Baguio’s version of brown rice. This is also where they house their Beer Bank and Tap List, a collection of handpicked craft beers.


4. Bloomfield Hotel

Location: 3 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Deluxe Queen Room - PhP2,250-PhP2,655 for two persons
Deluxe Twin Room - PhP2,250-PhP2,655 for two persons
Deluxe Room with Balcony - PhP2,500-PhP3,050 for two persons
Superior Deluxe Queen Room - PhP2,450-PhP2,895 for two persons
Superior Deluxe Twin Room - PhP2,450-PhP2,895 for two persons
Suite A - PhP3,500-PhP4,270 for two persons
Suite B - PhP3,990-PhP4,710 for four persons
Junior Executive Suite - PhP4,320-PhP5,100 for four persons
Executive Suite - PhP6,040-PhP7,130 for six persons


where to stay in baguio

Come and go as you please because the Bloomfield Hotel stands near the best tourist spots.

Image: Bloomfield Hotel Website

Whether you’re just staying for the weekend or you’re experiencing the entire Panagbenga Festival, Bloomfield Hotel’s ideal location is worth checking out. Their deluxe rooms and suites all provide a picturesque view of the streets below, which is ideal when watching the flower festival’s many street parades and pageantries. All of their thirty guest rooms are fully air-conditioned, have private baths, and can also include mini-bars and refrigerators, hairdryers, and wide closet spaces.



This hotel in Leonard Wood Road also brings you nearer to Baguio’s renowned tourist spots such as Session Road, Baguio Market, Burnham Park, or Maharlika Building. But if you prefer to enjoy your time indoors, head to Bloomfield Hotel’s Patch Café. The diner serves everything from all-day breakfast to your favorite café fares and desserts.


5. Guest Haven Baguio Bed and Breakfast

Locations:
Guest Haven Baguio - 9 Justice Village Road, Baguio City, Benguet;
Guest Haven House - 47B Interior A, Balacbac-Santo Tomas, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates (All bookings for a minimum of two nights):
For Guest Haven Baguio
Aleph Room - PhP3,700 for two persons
Beth Room - PhP4,100 for two persons
Dalet Room - PhP3,400 for two persons
Gimmel Room - PhP3,400 for two persons
For Guest Haven House
Vav, Zayin, and Chet rooms - PhP11,500 for up to eight persons


hotel

Experience true country living inside Guest Haven Bed and Breakfast’s Cordillera-inspired abode.

Image: Guest Haven Baguio Bed and Breakfast Website

Formerly owned by a famous celebrity, Guest Haven Bed and Breakfast replicates country living like no other accommodation. Paneled with air-dried pine wood and adorned with native Cordilleran textiles, both Guest Haven branches reflect the quaint, rustic lifestyle that is a Baguio exclusive.

All their rooms are meticulously designed and maintained, from the canopy beds to the study nooks, and present a wide-open view of nature outside their windows. Rooms can also have en suite private bathrooms and walk-in closets. Within the manor, keep cozy with the focal fireplace at the heart of the common area, or take time to reflect over a cup of coffee made by Guest Haven Coffee House using the finest beans from Benguet. Soak in the homely atmosphere at their dining area while enjoying your complimentary home-cooked breakfast.



6. Cedar Peak Condominium

Location: Upper Mabini Street corner General Luna Road, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Apartment - PhP4,890-PhP5,490 for up to four persons
Deluxe Apartment - PhP4,290-PhP4,990 for up to four persons
Superior Apartment - PhP5,100-PhP5,900 for up to four persons
Apartment with Balcony - PhP6,440-PhP7,490 for up to six persons
Studio Apartment - PhP6,800-PhP7,700 for up to six persons
One-Bedroom Apartment - PhP7,300-PhP8,500 for up to seven persons
Two-bedroom Apartment - PhP11,290-PhP14,490 for up to 12 persons


accommodation

Nothing comes as complete as Cedar Peak Condominium’s well-equipped apartment accommodations.

Image: Cedar Peak Condominium Website

Contemporary style meets country sensibilities inside the Cedar Peak Condominium. With superb apartment rooms right at the center of Baguio’s sprawling scene, guests will never be too far from the festivities. Each of their rooms feels entirely like your own tiny home, as each one has a private bathroom with heating, kitchenware, a refrigerator, a stovetop with a toaster, electric kettle, and microwave oven, a flat-screen TV with activated satellite and cable channels, a dining table, and of course, a majestic courtyard or city view.

They also have an in-house restaurant that can attend to all your cravings at any time of the day via dining or room service. If these aren’t enough, various shops and boutiques also hold business in the same building, so all of your needs are just one elevator ride away!


7. C Boutique Hotel

Location: 5 Arellano Street corner Moran Street, Barangay Gibraltar, Baguio City, Benguet
Rates:
Studio suite - from PhP3,900 for up to three persons
Premiere studio - from Php4,400 for up to three persons
Deluxe Suite - from PhP4,900 for up to four persons
Executive Suite - from PhP5,900 for up to five persons
Family Suite - from PhP6,900 for up to six persons


Baguio

Tucked inside a quiet residential nook, C Boutique Hotel ensures peace and quiet for its few guests.

Image: C Boutique Hotel Baguio Official Facebook Page

With just 17 rooms, C Boutique Hotels may be the humblest hotel on this list, but that only ensures that their lodging and service are top-notch and are always kept that way. Inside, every amenity of this three-story hillside hotel reflects homely comfort and respite so well that you could mistake it for one of the residences in the area.



Every room has its own en suite private bath, flat-screen TV with cable access, a mini-bar and fridge, coffee maker, and telephone unit, as well as a small veranda overlooking a vertical garden view. Enjoy breakfast served by their in-house restaurant, Charley’s Bar, either beneath the hotel’s high ceilings or outside, in the alfresco dining area beside the bonfire facility.


Make sure to visit Yoorekka to see more accommodation and hotel options in Baguio this 2020!


Make sure you’re settled nicely in the hotel of your choice in the City of Pines so you can get the most memorable festival experience possible!




author

Viktor would love to receive an extra hour a day as a Christmas gift. That way, he won’t have to struggle over splitting his 24 hours among making brand copies and campaigns, writing children’s stories, going to the gym, commuting around Taguig, and feeding his two overweight cats. He hates the hustle culture, that’s why he’s thankful for friends who have time to spare on weekends, preferably over spicy ramen and cold bottles of beer.

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