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Microtel Inn & Suites Hotel, Baguio: 175 reviews and 9 photos

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We had a comfortable room which gave us a good night's rest. Hot and cold water is available 24/7. The best restaurants (Mario's and Forest House) are just around the corner while the camp John Hay and SM are walking distance (about 15 minutes) from the hotel although these two are in opposite directions.

We stayed here the night we got to Baguio from Sagada because we didn't want to be on the road for another 6 hours (Baguio to Manila) after having been on the road for that 6 hours already. It is good that the hotel is a few minutes walk from the Dangwa bus station because we had to walk. There were no available taxis in sight that time. The ones that we did see were either occupied or didn't want to take in any client.

Unique Qualities: The rate comes with breakfast for 2. There's free flowing coffee available at the lobby and during breakfast. The hotel is right at the upper session road, about 300 meters away from Mario's. It is right beside the Victory Liner terminal making it a convenient place to stay in Baguio.

According to my mother in law, this is a good place to stay during the Panagbenga as it is a few steps away from the area where the parade passes. Thus, if you need to go back to the hotel for any purpose, you can just walk to escape the crowd.

Address: Upper Session Road, Baguio, PH
Comparison: about average
Directions: From SM, go up towards Camp John Hay along session road. The Victory Bus Terminal is right beside it.
Price: US$20-40
Theme: Hotel

Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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