"A visit to Baguio is never complete without a stopover in Camp John Hay. Built in 1903, this former R&R station was exclusively for the US Armed Forces in the Philippines. Today, it has become a tourist attraction with fun activities and interesting sites like the Treetop Adventure, Butterfly Sanctuary, the Bell House, and the Cemetery of Negativism."
I love how simple the amenities os even it’s so small they maximize the whole are. I love the food especially it’s raining outside. Nothing beats Baguio breeze. Thank you for the wonderful experience plus the staff are so accommodating!!!
Our view was obstructed by this. The room smelled like paint because of the renovations. The paint fumes caused headache. I was charged again for my son's breakfast when I already declared him booking here on app. The towels were smelly.
The only comment is that there are a lot of mosquitoes in the ceiling every night. Probably because they can pass through the window screen. Considering that room is not air-conditioned. So better to bring mosquito repellant or spray.
As being the mansion of the lord of scents, the house is amazing. The view is mesmerizing! The staff were nice and hospitable. We got the chance to stay for two nights and three days and it is one of the most unforgettable stays I had in Baguio in my lifetime. Keep up the good work!
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