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The Manor is not only distinguished by its impressive architecture and cozy interiors, but also blessed with an environment that truly sets it apart from other hotels in Baguio City.
Cordillera Autonomous Region. Located in the heart of Baguio City, 250 kms North of Manila and 5,000 feet above sea level. A perfect gateway to the Banaue Rice Terraces, considered as one of the 8th Wonders of the World, an hour drive to the beaches of La Union and 4-hours drive to the Ilocos Region.
- Daily air-conditioned buses to and from Manila
- Scheduled commercial flight from Manila
- Kennon Road, open to light vehicles
- Marcos Highway and Naguilian Roads are open to all types of vehicles.
Baguio has a number of attractions but aside from these numerous sightseeing "musts" such as Camp John Hay, Burnham Park, Tam-a-wan Village, Lourdes Grotto, Botanical Garden, Mines View Park, etc., it is also a great shopping place. Delight on the freshest vegetables and strawberries, fruit preserves, souvenir items, knitted wears and export overruns.
the hotel was excellent. it was very clean...the staff was very hospitable and gracious. even the gardener greeted us. the weather note reminder with 2 kisses candies was a nice touch. we also had an excellent view. we bought their raisin bread but it was not as good as bcc's. but try heating it in the oven with butter and it was perfect which didn't do it for bcc's when i tried it as they recommended. minor glitch was their mini bar prices bec they did not include taxes as required by bir. i had to pay additional 12% tax and another 10% local tax to the stuff i got.
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Andres , Grace
My husband, daughter and me enjoyed our stay at The Manor, Camp John Hay... we had a good one and we intend to book there again whenever we plan going up Baguio City...
Late check in. The room was available at 2:40pm instead of 2:00 pm
Navarro, Alma Jocelyn
The place in itself is so relaxing. The ambience is great.
This hotel was a lot better than I'd thought it would be. It has 'country house' style in spades (i.e. a lot).
The room was big and comfortable; outside was 'Mr Snowman' (illuminated at night) and dressed for Christmas.
The doormen were very pleasant. I loved the setting among the pine trees.
The rooms are not heated or airconditioned which perhaps would be useful.
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