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Baguio Hotels and Accommodations: Baguio City, Islands Philippines

Baguio Highlands Hotel Resort - Baguio City Island Philippines
Baguio Highlands Hotel Resort
Green Valley Village, Sto. Tomas Rd, Dontogan, Baguio City, Philippines

Baguio Highlands Hotel Resort Bookings

Baguio City Reservations
Contact Booking Agent: Ms Angie
Rates Available Upon Request

Baguio Highlands Hotel Resort nestled on half hectar property located at secured and peaceful residential community of Green Valley Village, dubbed as the coldest place in Baguio and about 5 minutes drive from the city proper. The Baguio Highlands is not only differentiated by its American architecture and coy interiors, but also blessed with an environment filled with pine trees and lovely flowers. A few meters away is a trek up to one of Baguio City' hot spots, the Mount Santo Tomas, is a hiker's delight.

The peak is 7,500 feet high and all the 16 Villas of the resort provide a perfect view of the mountain range. Each villa has its own fireplace, fully furnished with all the dinnerware and cookware you need and comes in 3 or 4 spacious bedrooms. There is much to say about our Villas but it can be simply described as a home away from home.Witness the clouds kiss the earth from the Condotel, with 20 rooms to accommodate our guests. It consists of studio type, 2, 3 or 4 bedroom units, catering to the varied needs of individual, families and group.


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Breads and Pastries Philippines Cuisine

In a typical Filipino bakery, pandesal, monay and ensaymada are often sold. Pandesal comes from the Spanish pan de sal (literally, bread of salt), and is a ubiquitous breakfast fare, normally eaten with (and sometimes even dipped in) coffee.

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