6 Baguio Accommodations For Less Than Php1,500!

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Baguio is one of my favorite places. I have only been there twice but both are such great experiences, I cannot wait to go back. Even my little one is raving about our adventure and has been asking when we are coming back. You can read about our travel adventure here.

Baguio is a top choice among Filipino travelers because of the cold weather. It is a welcome break from the usually hot and humid city weather, especially in the scorching summer heat! Apart from the cool temperature, you will never run out of awesome things to do, beautiful places to see, and delicious dishes to try while you are up north. Among my top must-try Baguio activities include horseback riding, biking and playing at the park while sampling the local street food, delectable vegetable dishes at Oh My Gulay, strawberry picking at the Strawberry Farm, and a whole lot more!

A trip to Baguio is not just a welcome break from our daily grind, but it is also one great sensory experience, a delight to our senses. The lush greenery at the parks offers a respite for our otherwise overworked eyes, the local cuisine is a feast for any traveler’s palate, the fascinating clouds that hang low a delectable and welcome change.

I have been wanting to go back to Baguio for a while now but haven’t had the chance to do so. While I plot for yet another Baguio itinerary, I tried looking for  Baguio budget accommodations using Traveloka App and here’s what I came up with:

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  1. De Javu Bed and Breakfast on Montinola Kisad Road ~ a standard room good 2 people is available at Php1,831.36, inclusive of breakfast. This place has a charming interior, complete with a bar, cafe, parking, family room, and a beautiful swing in the yard. They even offer set menu for lunch and dinner, as well as a continental breakfast.
  2. Mountain Lodge and Restaurant on Leonard Wood Road ~ situated near Teacher’s Camp, a family room good for 3 people is available here at Php1,379.52 while you can book a Deluxe Quadruple Room starts for only Php2,580.51. Amenities include a restaurant, a family room, and a coffee shop, as well as parking and Wifi connection in public areas.
  3. Hotel Henrico – Kisad on Kisad Road ~ you can book a room here good for 3 pax starting at Php1,883.31. This is inclusive of free breakfast. They also offer 24-hour room service and massage {which is just about the perfect  way to relax after touring around the city all day long}. travel, tips and tricks, apps, mobile apps for the family, travel apps, Baguio
  4. Griffin Lodge on General Vicente Lim Street ~ a Junior Suite here good for a family of 3 is available at Php3,708.44. This might be a bit pricey compared to the other accommodations in the list, but paying extra and getting to enjoy top-notch amenities including a garden, lovely interior, big rooms, as well as a fireplace in the lobby is well worth every cent!
  5. La Brea Inn on Session Road ~ situated within walking distance from most of the famed attractions in the city, this inn is a great choice for only Php1,743.06 per room good for 3 people! travel, tips and tricks, apps, mobile apps for the family, travel apps, Baguio
  6. V Hotel and Apartel on Bukaneg Street ~ you can book a lovely room here good for 3 pax for Php2,838.75. This rate is inclusive of free breakfast. Other features include in-room safe and parking.

Imagine booking a room for less than Php1,500 per head! This sure will give more value for your hard-earned money and will leave you with enough budget to enjoy your Baguio trip to the fullest.

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Traveloka App is a life-saver and a one-stop traveling solution for both noob and seasoned travelers. Not only do they have a wide selection of affordable hotels and accommodations in Baguio, and in other popular cities and key destinations in the country and Southeast Asia, as well as in Italy and Australia, to meet you and your family’s needs and fit your budget, booking a hotel thru Traveloka can also be done in 6 easy steps:

  1. Fill in destination or hotel name and duration of stay to search for hotels
  2. Select preferred hotel on search results page and click See Room for details
  3. Select a room type and number of rooms to book hotel
  4. Fill in guest details and contact information
  5. Choose preferred payment method
  6. Receive hotel voucher thru email within 60 minutes after offline payment confirmation

They also have a number of online and offline payment method to meet every customer’s need, along with a 24/7 local speaking customer service to ensure a traveler’s utmost convenience.

Traveloka App is the one-stop travel booking app for cheap hotels.

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Download Traveloka App, if you haven’t already, to book those affordable hotel and room accommodation for your next travel adventure with the family. Make sure to follow Traveloka on Facebook and subscribe to Traveloka Newsletter to get first dibs on their promos and deals as well as enjoy big discounts on your next hotel booking. Oh, and don’t forget to take advantage of their Mother’s Day Promo where you can get as much as 35% off on your hotel room by using the promo code, MAMA35! 😉

:camera: first image by my sister, Bel, the rest are from Traveloka App

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  1. I am totally going to download the Traveloka app. Such a great thing and those accomodations looked amazing. Thank you for the coupon code too!!

  2. I’ve never used an app like Traveloka, but it seems like a great idea . With its friendly interface, it seems easy to understand and something anyone would be able to use. Can’t wait to check out all of their social media channels to find out more!

  3. I’ve been wanting to visit Baguio soon with my family. My sister just arrived from Dubai amd we wanted to go somewhere. Though we’ve been to Baguio several times already, i dint feel tired of going back. These accommodations are really budget friendly! Will bookmark this for future reference 🙂

    1. You can never get enough of Baguio, there are just too many things to discover and do while there and it is nearly impossible to do them all in one visit. I hope you can book any of these accommodations on your next Baguio visit 🙂

  4. There are so many amazing apps out there for travellers, or for anything for that matter! I’ve never heard of this one but it seems great!

  5. Baguio sounds like a lovely retreat from the city and those accommodations look great. Sounds like there is a lot to do there with all of the parks and restaurants. I would like to visit the Philippines one day.

    1. It sure is! There are loads of things to do whether you are traveling alone, with friends, or with the family. I sure hope you can visit our country soon. Do not forget to say hi for a meet-up when you do! 🙂

    1. You’re welcome sis. I hope you find something here that would fit your budget and your needs. I cannot wait to read about your Baguio adventure! ^_^

  6. I love Baguio! Makes me feel close to nature and the weather is also better than other parts of the country (most of the time). I recall one bed and breakfast (Blue something) and it looked really cool (just like the others listed here). Have to try Traveloka soon. 😀 Have you tried any of the accommodations on the list yet?

  7. I think I need to download Traveloka now to save me some research on where to go and stay in our upcoming trips. I hope I can score more cheaper than 1500 per head. But actually if you will break down the cost in three some are 1k per head only. It’s a good deal already.

  8. When I was in college, we always go to Baguio, I like cold places din kasi. Now, more on Tagaytay na kasi yun na mas malapit sa min. Ang hirap maghanap ng mura accommodations lalo na peak season this summer.

  9. Who doesn’t love Baguio? Right? The place is so full of adventure though I’ve had my fair share of misadventures there. The last time I was there was around 7 years ago and I was with my mom and aunt. Traveloka seems to be a really helpful app for travelers. Hope to try Traveloka soon!

  10. Waaah Baguio. One of my favorite cities! Been hearing a lot about traveloka and it looks like it can rival Agoda. hehe. I haven’t use the app yet but I’ll probably give it a try on my next hotel booking. Its good to know that there are more apps that we can use to book hotels. Traveling is really much accessible now.

    Also, if you’re looking for a nice and cheap place in Baguio where you can stay , you can check out Le Coq Bleu! (https://www.maayalegaspi.com/2016/11/baguio-home-stay-le-coq-bleu.html), that’s where we stayed on our last Baguio trip and it is soooo instagram worthy! 😀

  11. What awesome places to stay at what seems to be really great rates! I love finding a great destination without doing too much damage to my pockets. Thanks so much for sharing!

  12. It seems these hotels are worth the price.Sometimes,staying in a hotel need lot of research.But,such lists and recommendations are really helpful.One of my big problem when planning a holiday is to find accommodation that is near to the attractions.This is the time i really use such lists of blog recommendations.It seems Traveloka is really helpful for sorting the hotels.

    1. Yes, it is very convenient if you can book a room in the heart of the city or where the known attractions are located. It is, hopefully, you can try it out soon. 🙂

  13. So many great places to stay! It’s been so hot lately that we’ve decided to go up for the weekend, very excited! We don’t have a place to stay yet so I’ll def check out these options 😀

  14. Ooh, Griffin Lodge looks promising! I have been looking for a place that has a low price tag for when I go up to Baguio this June. This could be it! We shall see; it depends on whether we go on a weekday or weekend also. Nice post! Thanks!

  15. Very nice post, I have never heard for Baguio before. But it is high on my must-visit list now. Thank you for those recommendations with different price ranges. I am sure everybody can find a proper accommodation especially because they all look decent.

  16. Nice! I’m thinking of going to Baguio this vacation. =) Thanks for the leads. The places look great for the price they offer. Not bad. =)

  17. I have been to Baguio a lot of times but I’ve never heard of these places before! Hey I swear, I love traveloka so much that we’ve been using it for many occasions already. It’s so helpful and easy to access, no problems or hassle anywhere. I’ll be sure to check these accommodations out! Amazing!

  18. We’ve only been to Baguio twice. The first time, we stayed in Teacher’s camp too, transient lang. The 2nd time, we attended a fellowship so the accommodation is free. Wish I could go back there with the family. ?

      1. I know! I hope one day, we can go back there. He loves cold places, just like his papa. I bet he’ll appreciate the place even more now that he’s older.

  19. I haven’t been back to Baguio for the past nine years but I’ve been wanting to go again. These places look really nice and budget-friendly too. Will definitely consider these once we finally decide to go on that trip. The Griffin Lodge looks so cute!

    1. It is! I hope we can book this the next time we go to Baguio. Always a fun experience, especially if you will go there with the kiddos! 🙂

  20. Wow! Thank you for sharing!

    We usually rent a transient house whenever we visit Baguio but if the hotel rates is only P1500+ and walking distance to most attractions? Why not di ba? Mas comfortable pa ? And Oh, we also love using traveloka, Andaming best deals in hotels and flights ?

    1. True, it is more comfortable and convenient to stay in a hotel than in a transient! Yup, they do have a lot of best deals on hotels and flights, giving practical mums more reason to travel with the family! ^_^

  21. Thank you for sharing about Traveloka app! I would definitely download it. I’ve been wanting to go to Baguio for quite some time now, and since our baby is growing quite fast, I think a trip is viable in the near future. I would certainly consider booking Griffin Lodge. It looks great and comfy!

  22. Booking is definitely easier now that we have these different booking websites isn’t it. I’d been wanting to go back to Baguio for a long time now, just looking for the right schedule. Maybe after the summer is over and it isn’t that crowded. 🙂

  23. Been to Baguio only once and it’s been awhile. I’m hoping to go back with the kids soon. These are excellent accommodation recommendations. I like the massage options. Real relaxation and then activities to do in the city.

    1. Yes, it is lovely to experience Baguio with the kids! I hope you can go soon and try one of these accommodations 😉 A massage is a must, especially after a tiring day walking around and experiencing the beautiful and exciting stuff Baguio has to offer! 🙂

  24. Hi this is some nice information. Isn’t Traveloka an Indonesia or South East Asia based travel company? It seems Baguio is a hot destination in the Philippines, so many people are talking about it all the time. How much do PH 1,700 translate into USD? My guess would be 20-25. Right?

    1. I am not entirely sure where they are based, but Traveloka does have hotels in Indonesia and other key cities in South East Asia, as well. Yes, Baguio is one of the top summer destination here in the Philippines. We absolutely love the weather there! Php1,700 is around $35 depending on the current exchange rate.

  25. I haven’t use travel app on booking hotels, this will be good suggestion, and thank-you for sharing different hotels with various of affordable prices. This will be on my list

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