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Baguio Tepeyac Hotel - Baguio City Island Philippines
Baguio Tepeyac Hotel
Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City, Philippines

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Chalet Tepeyac Hotel is an original 1940’s vacation house, owned by a prominent family that has witnessed the changing seasons of Baguio over the years. In 1990, construction of the hotel wing began but was interrupted by a devastating earthquake which hit the city. The foundations were found to be very stable, and after 9 months, construction resumed. By 1992, doors opened to receive local and foreign guests looking for a cozy home away from home.

Today, Chalet Tepeyac Hotel remains a private enclave in Baguio, nestled amid a well-preserved pine-clad hill. It is conveniently located midway between exclusive Baguio landmarks and teeming downtown area accessible by public transport or by foot .

Chalet Tepeyac Hotel has twenty spanking clean and cozy rooms, each with cable TV, telephone, private toilet & bath with 24-hour hot shower, and room service.


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