Baguio – 2D/1N & 3D/2N

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It’s always 8 Degrees Cooler in Baguio! Beat the summer heat with a cool get away to the City of Pines (Baguio). Grab your backpack and go on a road trip to Baguio with your family or your Barkada, with only 4-hours travel time from Manila using expressways.

Admire the idyllic view of Baguio landscapes, hop on a horseback ride at Camp John Hay, hike at the nearby mountains and release your stress, get the cheapest Ukays, and nourish your body with healthy fresh vegetables. These activities and more are best experienced only in Baguio.

From an overnight stay or up to 2 nights stay in Baguio, we have various holiday packages that can fit your travel schedules.

AZALEA HOTELS & RESIDENCES BAGUIO

The Hotel is designed as a modern log cabin providing you with a homey yet eclectic feel perfect to group outings and even to romantic getaways. Azalea Hotels & Residences being the first 4-star serviced apartment hotel enriches the Baguio holiday experience with its wide variety of services and amenities including a multi-use serviced-apartment, complete with living, dining, and kitchen facilities in all its suites.

Package Rates

Rates are quoted per person per night and valid until March 31, 2018.

2D/1N PACKAGE

3D/2N PACKAGE

Single Twin Triple Quadruple Sixtuple Single Twin Triple Quadruple Sixtuple
 Room Category 1 Queen Bed 1 Queen Bed + 1 Sofa Bed 1 Queen Bed Sharing & 1 Sofa Bed 1 Queen Bed Sharing + 1 Sofa Bed or 2 Queen Bed Sharing 2 Queen Bed + 1 Sofa Bed Sharing 1 Queen Bed 1 Queen Bed Sharing 1 Queen Bed Sharing & 1 Sofa Bed 1 Queen Bed Sharing + 1 Sofa Bed or 2 Queen Bed Sharing 2 Queen Bed + 1 Sofa Bed Sharing
Room + Breakfast
A. Deluxe (no Balcony) ₱4,500 ₱2,250 ₱1,500 N/A N/A ₱3,750 ₱1,875 ₱1,250 N/A N/A
B. Deluxe (Back) ₱4,900 ₱2,450 ₱1,633 N/A N/A ₱4,150 ₱2,075 ₱1,383 N/A N/A
C. Deluxe (Front) ₱5,800 ₱2,900 ₱1,933 N/A N/A ₱5,050 ₱2,525 ₱1,683 N/A N/A
D. One Bedroom Loft ₱5,600 ₱2,800 ₱1,867 ₱1,400 N/A ₱4,850 ₱2,425 ₱1,617 ₱1,213 N/A
E. One Bedroom ₱6,100 ₱3,050 ₱2,033 ₱1,525 N/A ₱5,350 ₱2,675 ₱1,783 ₱1,338 N/A
F. Two Bedroom (Back) N/A ₱4,950 ₱2,800 ₱2,100 ₱1,400 N/A ₱3,825 ₱2,800 ₱1,913 ₱1,275

Peak dates: Panagbenga Festival February 1 – March 6, 2018, Holy Week, April 8 -16, 2017, Christmas & New Year, December 17, 2017 to January 6, 2018, Holidays & Long Weekends

 

Inclusions

  • Room Accommodation
  • Buffet Breakfast at Tradisyon Restaurant
  • Welcome Drinks
  • Bottled water replenished daily

Terms and Conditions

  • Rates are quoted on per person per night basis inclusive of tax.
  • Kids FREE on accommodations 11 years old and below if sharing bed with parent/guardian
  • 0-4 yrs old. Kids Eats FREE on Breakfast, 50% OFF for children 6-11 yrs. old
  • Additional P1,500 per room per night for Peak Season & Super Peak Season
  • P1,500 extra person surcharge for exceeding number of pax per room
  • Maximum of 9 person and below. Group booking above 5 rooms are available upon request

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OPTIONAL BAGUIO TOURS

3-Hr Van City Tour

Baguio, also known as the City of Pines, has its own beauty. The smell of fresh pine trees, the cold weather, and the scenic spots make you want to pause for a while, step back and admire the beauty of nature especially when spending it with your loved ones. We have mapped out an ideal relaxation treat for your family. Check out this tour within the City with a horse-back ride bonding with your kids.

Itinerary

  • 7:30 Breakfast at the Hotel
  • 8:30 Meet up at the Lobby
  • 9:00 Depart the Hotel
  • Running Tour:    The Mansion, Mines View Park, Ibays Silver Craft, Camp John Hay Historical Core, Baguio Museum, Burnham Park
  • 10:30 Horse Back riding at Camp John Hay (30 minutes)
  • 12:00 Lunch on Pax account
  • 1:30 Back to the Hotel

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Countryside Tour

Fond of fresh sweets? Come at La Trinidad and pick your own strawberries fresh from the fields.

Baguio is also rich in art and culture. Immerse yourself with the local ethnic groups in the Tam-awan village or marvel at the beauty of the La Trinidad painted Houses and the artworks at the Bencab Museum. Who knows, you might meet the artist himself, Ben Cab.

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*Photo credits to Outoftownblog.com