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Baguio Hotels and Accommodations: Baguio City, Islands Philippines

Inn Rocio - Baguio City Island Philippines
Inn Rocio
No.68 Kisad Road, Baguio City, Philippines

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Nestled atop a hill overlooking Burnham Park, Inn Rocio was the summer home of the late Martial Law hero Don Joaquin “Chino” Roces and his wife Pacita. Today it is an award-winning tourism establishment in Baguio City.

A product of Baguio City’s rich history, the Inn exudes a variety of influences--the interior boasts of Spanish-themed accents and antiques, owing to the lineage of its owner. Yet it also radiates the warmth and coziness of America’s old-south with its large stone fireplaces, and gleaming pine walls and floors.

Inn Rocio has eleven spacious, airy and well-ventilated rooms with hot and cold shower. The parking area is expansive. It also has a conference room with a 100-person capacity situated amid the peace and quiet of the Inn’s hillside garden.

Inn Rocio has been recognized as the Best Inn in the city after consistently winning First Place in the Panagbenga competition over the years under the pension/tourist inn category.


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