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"This highland province is where you can find Mt. Pulag, the second highest mountain in the Philippines. Tourists also go to La Trinidad, the province’s capital, to have sweet strawberries from the Strawberry Farm. A good spot for hiking or having picnics is the Longlong Communal Forest, which also doubles as a watershed."

Popular Benguet Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Manor at Camp John Hay

The Manor at Camp John Hay

Camp John Hay, Baguio City
(49 Reviews)
We had an awesome stay at The Manor. We enjoyed the music at the lobby especially so that they entertain guests who wants to Jam and sing with the band. I will surely recommend this to my friends....
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Le Monet Hotel

Camp John Hay, Baguio City
(119 Reviews)
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!!!
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Lafaayette Luxury Suites Baguio

Lafaayette Luxury Suites Baguio

Greenwater Village, Baguio City Proper
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Azalea Hotels & Residences Baguio City

Azalea Hotels & Residences Baguio City

Manuel A. Roxas, Baguio City Proper
(85 Reviews)
had a 2 night stay with my kids. rooms were spacious enough and well maintained. hotel staff were accommodating, friendly and very easy to talk to. had an awesome stay. thank you, azalea.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Grand Sierra Pines Hotel

Grand Sierra Pines Hotel

Pucsusan, Mines View Park
(50 Reviews)
We stayed at Grand sierra from December 31 2017 to January 2,2018. Service is great. They were very attentive to our every request. Ambiance is great. Very modern. All in all, thumbs up for Grand sierra pines hotel.
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LOBBY The Orchard Hotel Baguio

The Orchard Hotel Baguio

Legarda-Burnham-Kisad, Baguio City Proper
(26 Reviews)
Thank you Orchard Baguio team for an awesome stay! Room is super comfy with all the basic things I need: - spacious bathroom - mini refrigerator - huge smart TV - USB wall outlet - fast internet connection
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel

Baguio Burnham Suites Hotel

Legarda-Burnham-Kisad, Baguio City Proper
(43 Reviews)
Highly recommended! Great location. Check in and check out was a breeze. Rooms were very spacious. Courteous staffs. Delicious breakfast! This will be our staple hotel every time we'll go to Baguio.
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LOBBY Hotel Urban - Khotel Kurban Hotel

Hotel Urban - Khotel Kurban Hotel

Kayang Extension, Baguio City East
(243 Reviews)
Nice room. The staffs are very accommodating and helpful to every guest. We had a very satisfying stay. The Hotel is situated very near the Burnham Park and is accessible to most jeepney terminals. I highly recommend to most couple who wants to stay in Baguio for a couple of days.
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Albergo Hotel

Lualhati, Baguio City
(22 Reviews)
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LOBBY Eurotel Baguio

Eurotel Baguio

Rizal Monument Area, Baguio City Proper
(455 Reviews)
Budget friendly hotel, near Jeepney stations, markets, restaurants and parks.
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One V Hotel Apartel

General Emilio F. Aguinaldo (Quirino-Magsaysay, Lower), Baguio City Proper
(180 Reviews)
Staff are friendly and approachable. Tends to your need as soon as they can
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Hotel Veniz Burnham

Abanao-Zandueta-Kayong-Chugum-Otek (AZKCO), Baguio City Proper
(156 Reviews)
Location: Perfect. Because it's near Burnham Park, Good Taste restaurant, Foam Coffee, Harrison Street, Baguio Night Market, Session Road, Vizco's, Baguio Cathedral, sm baguio. Also, beside it, is a grocery store.💯. Food: Perfect. Because you can get as much as what you can consume. They served garlic rice, steamed rice, scrambled eggs, dried fish, hotdogs, pork steak, breads and jams, coffee, juice, salad and fruits.💯. Room: Good. Because I'm not sure if other parts of the room is clean. But definitely the bathroom needs to be scrubbed. The AC unit was loud from time to time. And, there's no room slippers provided. Also, they need to change their old towels, and their busted lights as well. Good thing their bed linens and comforters are clean. Staffs: Perfect. (Even if my request was not followed.) Front desk ladies were kind and accommodating. Every staff we see greets us politely.💯. Thank you, Hotel Veniz Burnham!
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Newtown Plaza Hotel

Saint Joseph Village, Baguio City Proper
(98 Reviews)
Good location. Will definitely go back again.
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456 Hotel Le Grande

Legarda-Burnham-Kisad, Baguio City Proper
(36 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Giraffe Boutique Hotel

Giraffe Boutique Hotel

Bakakeng Norte, Bakakeng
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Travelite Hotel Legarda

Travelite Hotel Legarda

Legarda-Burnham-Kisad, Baguio City Proper
(142 Reviews)
I had an urgent matter to attend to overnight in Baguio so I looked for an affordable hotel and Travelite Hotel Legarda is the perfect one. I had a hassle-free stay in the hotel, the room is simple yet comfy and the staffs are very accommodating. I love the cafe too, since I'm a coffee lover and the staffs there are all nice and accommodating. I'll surely book again for future stay. Thank you.
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LOBBY South Terminal Inn

South Terminal Inn

Session Road Area, Baguio City Proper
(13 Reviews)
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BEDROOM La Brea Inn Session

La Brea Inn Session

Malcolm Square-Perfecto (Jose Abad Santos), Session Road Area
(311 Reviews)
If you need a place to stay that is in the city proper but on a budget price, La Brea is a great choice. The staff allow us to leave our baggage before the check-in time.
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LOBBY Olive Town Center and Hotel

Olive Town Center and Hotel

Kabayanihan, Session Road Area
(5 Reviews)
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Benguet Prime Hotel

Session Road Area, Baguio City Proper
(130 Reviews)
We have a good stay in this hotel the location is great because everything is just walking distance like burnham park, the Cathedral and the market even the bus terminals are within walking distance also so you will not need to hire a taxi or grab car and save additional money. The hotel staffs also are very accommodating and friendly also the guards and they have also a free breakfast to add additional comfort because most hotels nearby don't offer free breakfast. The hotel facilities are not that good but it's just a very minor issue since it's not that pricey (so don't expect a 4 * or 5 * hotel facilities) after all it's not the hotel that you come to visit Baguio but still, this hotel is recommendable. Overall we had a nice experience in this hotel and if we come back to Baguio we will still stay here.
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Facts about Benguet

Total Accommodation
234 Properties
Popular City
Popular Hotel
The Manor at Camp John Hay, Le Monet Hotel
Popular Landmark
Burnham Park, Camp John Hay

Guest reviews in Benguet

12,083 reviews from hotels in Benguet with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Benguet will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Charisse A.
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24 Nov 2022
The staffs are nice but rhe bathroom is kind of dirty there are a lot of black fungus in it.
Leona P. B.
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8 Dec 2022
Thank you Traveloka for booking Hotel Henrico and consideration for amended my date of arrival 😊. Hotel Henrico is nice and also cheap hotel in addition very nice and accommodating staff specifically Jessa and the other f. O staff guy I forgot the name thank you 🙏. Will recommend this hotel 😊.
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7 May 2023
1St 1st room they provided smells bad. There was a cockroach in the wash basin. The shower drain was clogged. The carpet with too much stain & old. The towel smells bad. We complained & then transferred to other room which is little better. There was a road construction in front of the hotel 7pm to 6AM the next day. We barely have a sleep cause The dredging & drilling noise is too much. The breakfast is pre-prepared with sausage, egg & a cup of rice + coffee. The Jollibee breakfast is better & cheap. I will not recommend this hotel at all.
Federico A.
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5 Jun 2023
The noise level beside my room is the only point of concern as it happens to be the staff break room.
Queenie M. M.
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11 Mar 2020
Great food and location. Will definitely come back here! 👌🏻💯
Genevie O. P.
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28 Mar 2023
The place is near to all attractions in the city center. Checking in and waiting for the elevator takes a long time though so you would need patience on that. The breakfast buffet is good, there 's a variety of food.
Josephine S.
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10 Jun 2023
The bathroom is a bit filthy. There were flies in the bathroom! I wonder if they change the linens. I woke up in the middle of the night coughing so hard. Looks like my allergy was triggered.
Marie G. P.
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29 Feb 2020
Staff were friendly especially the reception folks. We arrived early and allowed to have an early check in. Hotel and room interior needs renovation badly though. Location is quite far from usual tourist spots.
Judy A. S.
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21 Aug 2023
As I enter the room I smell the c. Are and it doesn't smell nice looks like the employee didn't clean it well, the blanket is itchy, I don't know what is that but it looks like small black pebbles or it came from the blanket itself, that 's why I didn't sleep well beacause it 's not comfortable, hope the hotel would improve that.
Mercedes Pidlaoan
12 Nov 2019
Location is great near burnham park. Standard room was so small. Breakfast is okay. Staying again? Maybe I'll try other hotel.

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Most commonly asked questions in Benguet

What are the best areas to visit near Benguet?

If you are in Benguet, you can also visit Bokod, Bakun, Kapangan, Kabayan, Mankayan, Atok, Kibungan, Buguias, Baguio

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Benguet?

You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Batangas, Laguna, Cebu, Bulacan, La Union, Bataan, Cavite, Bohol, Pampanga, Iloilo.

How many hotels are listed in Benguet?

Currently, there are around 234 hotels that you can book in Benguet


Known for its proud indigenous culture and cool weather, Benguet is a province to behold. It is teeming with a variety of cultural and natural attractions making it a truly remarkable place that you shouldn’t miss.


At A Glance

Today, Benguet is one of the leading tourist destinations in the Philippines, abuzz with activity and progress. Known for the rich, colorful culture and traditions of its indigenous people, it has caught the attention of many travelers around the world. In addition, the province also earned the moniker “Salad Bowl of the Philippines” because of the large amount of vegetables and other crops that it produces every year.


How to Go

By plane

The Loakan Airport in nearby Baguio City accepts flights from Manila. There is usually one Manila-Baguio flight scheduled daily, a journey that lasts anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour.

By land transportation

One of the most popular ways of traveling to the landlocked province of Benguet is by bus. Many bus lines offer trips to Benguet every hour. For bus trips, passengers have the option to of choosing between a one-way ticket and a two-way ticket. After purchasing a ticket, one need only sit back and take the ride, which lasts between 6 to7 hours.


Getting Around

It is fairly easy to move from one point to another in Benguet. Visitors can ride any public transportation they prefer. Jeepneys, tricycles (auto rickshaws), pedicabs (bicycle rickshaws), taxis, vans or buses can be found throughout the province, varying in availability depending on the area. If using a private vehicle, locals can be asked for directions, and road signs are usually very accurate and dependable.


Tourist Attractions

Home to some of the country’s most iconic farms as well as popular natural and man-made attractions, the province offers a plethora of things to see for all visitors.

Those entering Benguet province from Manila by bus will pass through Baguio City, so why not stay in this city for little while? Baguio is a highly urbanized city within the province, although it is independent from Benguet. Baguio City is known as the Summer Capital of Philippines because of its cool weather all year round and for the festivities held in the summer months. Visitors can go see the largest church in Baguio, the Baguio Catholic Cathedral, as well as the breathtaking views of Benguet's mines and mountains at the Mines View Park.

Travelers who love taking magnificent shots will find delight in visiting the four lakes of Kabayan town. The beautiful views of Lake Tabeo, Lake Ambulalacao, Lake Letepngepos, and Lake Incolos are sure to make visitors feel like they’re in a fairy tale land. Beautiful photographs are guaranteed!

Those who know of the beautiful roses of Bahong Flower Farm in La Trinidad will be glad to know that farm is still very much in business. Touted as the Rose Capital of the Philippines, Bahong is nestled in a valley surrounded by mountain peaks. This farm is one of the main sources of fresh blossoms for Baguio's Panagbenga Festival. Visit the farm during harvest season (February to March) to enjoy the view of a sea of roses.

Lastly, the sight of the ancestral burial sites at the Tinongchol Cave, where the mummified dead of the Ibaloi people were laid to rest, will also leave visitors amazed. Coffins can be seen inside holes bored on the rock from decades ago.


Top Things to Do

From relaxing boat rides to adventurous treks up the mountain, there's something for everyone in the province of Benguet. Aside from stopping by bustling Baguio, travelers can also challenge themselves to climb Mount Pulag in Kabayan, Benguet. Mount Pulag is famed for being the highest mountain in Luzon, and for its mesmerizing view of a sea of clouds at the peak. Climbers can choose to take the Akiki Trail (longer trail) climbing up or the Ambangeg Trail (shorter trail) going down, and they can also do it in reverse.

Climbers also have the option of hiking up Mount Kalugong in La Trinidad. This mountain has various rock formations and traditionally-built houses that can be rented. It is also a good stop for picnics with family and friends.

There are a handful of large farms one can visit in Benguet, especially in La Trinidad, which is famous for its vegetable and strawberry farms. It is because of the abundance of strawberry crops in the city that it has become known as the Strawberry Capital of the Philippines. Visitors can actually pick strawberries from these farms and purchase them afterwards.


Where to Eat

One can expect a wonderful dining experience in Benguet because of all the fresh produce that restaurants use in their cooking.

Hill Station Restaurant in Casa Vallejo, Baguio City, offers one the finest dining experiences anyone could have in this region. Found at the oldest hotel in the Philippines, the Hill Station Restaurant serves Spanish delicacies and slow-cooked meals. Chocolate lovers will also surely love their famous dessert option, Death by Chocolate, which is a decadent chocolate lava cake with ice cream.

La Trinidad's Calajo Restaurant, on the other hand, also satisfies appetites with their Filipino and Chinese dishes. The restaurant’s very affordable meal sets and generous servings makes it a favourite among big families. Make sure to try their delicious yogurt and bestselling polpog (pork bits soaked in vinegar and spices).



As a bustling city, Baguio City offers some of the best bars and pubs. The Tasting Room at Baguio Craft Brewery is one of them. This brewery has an extensive selection of craft beer.

Visitors can also have a lively night out at the Purple Lounge at Upper Session Road. One of the hippest party places, this club has a huge dance floor, nice lighting, and a good selection of cocktails and beers.

For those seeking a quiet evening, visitors can cap their week off at the Manor Hotel Bar. Here, one can from a variety of wines, beers and non-alcoholic drinks.


Where to Stay

Baguio is home to the iconic Baguio Country Club, which was founded in 1905 by William Cameron Forbes, the American Governor General of the Philippines. In this city, other top-rated hotels like Baguio Holiday Villas, Azalea Residences Baguio, The Manor at Camp John Hay, and The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay can also be found.

For adventurous travelers who want to explore mountains and caves in Benguet, homestays are the go-to lodging option. Homestays are similar to dorm rooms and are very popular in La Trinidad and Kabayan, as hotels are harder to come by outside of Baguio City. Hikers and trekkers of Mt. Pulag or other mountains often choose to rent comfortable homestays. One such homestay is Buban’s Homestay, a cozy and affordable haven away from home.  


Travel Tips

  • Buy vegetables and fruits directly from La Trinidad. Purchasing the vegetables from La Trinidad is much cheaper and usually more fresh.

  • Dress warmly, and layer up when necessary. Benguet province is about 1,500 meters above sea level, as a result, this province experiences cool temperatures even in the summer.

  • Summer is considered the best season to visit Benguet, particularly from the months of March to May. It is not too cold or hot, and most crops are harvestable.

  • Respect the mountain. Mt. Pulag is a sacred burial site for the Ibaloi people. Kabayan residents pay utmost respect to this mountain and its surrounding grounds. Minimize noise while climbing and camping, and do not mark trees, stones or paths. Also, do not leave behind any trash or garbage.




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