Cheap Hotels in Baguio

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Amidst the cool Baguio weather, you are sure to find warm and cozy accommodations only at Lucky Darayonan Homes - Baguio.

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Tips on Getting Cheaper Bookings

It isn’t hard to find a cheap hotel in Baguio. With the right planning and the right budgeting, you can easily book a great hotel at a fraction of the cost of a high end one and still be left with a comfortable room, hot shower, and scrumptious breakfast. Make sure to use TravelBook.ph’s best features like using the mobile app to get bigger discounts, calling our 24-hour call center where our travel consultants are ready to help you with your bookings and questions, and signing up as a member on TravelBook.ph to get exclusive access to Insider Deals and newsletters that will keep you updated with all your cheap hotel needs.

TravelBook.ph also has year-round promos that help make higher priced hotels cheaper and thus making it convenient when you are on a tight budget. If you book cheap hotels throughout the year, you can earn reward points, which are good as money (one point is equivalent to PHP 1.00) that you can use to pay for your Baguio lodgings. You just need to plan them right and you’ll be able to save lots and still have a great vacation in the “Summer Capital of the Philippines.“

The best time to book a hotel in Baguio is months in advance to make sure you can get a room reservation. You can still find available cheap hotels in Baguio if you decide to book at the last minute but it is best if you book in advance just so you can get the best possible deal and additional savings that you can use for your trip.

Remember that rates could also surge in Baguio during its busiest season: summer. It is when tourists flock to this city to get away from the hot weather. Take note of Holy Week as well every March or April.

Another busy season is during the “ber” months, especially November and December as the temperature drops and Baguio is at its coldest. But the biggest event in Baguio is the month-long Panagbenga Festival that begins in February 1; it’s a festival that celebrates the lush blooming of flowers in the region as well as a symbol of the people’s resilience in rising up in the face of calamity. Hotels are almost always fully booked during these times of the year, and finding a cheap hotel can be a real challenge.


Recommended Hotels in Baguio with Cheap Rates

Spontaneous trips to Baguio are now easier, thanks to the improved highways of NLEX, SCTEX, and TPLEX. Because of this, there has been an increase in the number of tourists who visit Baguio not just during the summer and Holiday seasons. With this influx, hotels are always jam-packed, and if you are planning to make a last minute trip to Baguio, worry not because there is an array of affordable hotels you can choose from, offering various amenities and services.
A cheap hotel is not hard to find in Baguio. They can range anywhere from PHP 1,000.00 to PHP 1,500.00 for a simple overnight stay for two. Most of them come with complimentary breakfast. Some of the recommended hotels to check out for their affordable rates are Colione Bed and Breakfast, Hotel Cosmopolitan, Paladin Hotel, and Bloomfield Hotel. These establishments are not within the popular areas of Baguio like Session Road or Camp John Hay but they are very accessible.


Affordable Activities in Baguio

You don’t even have to spend a lot in order to enjoy Baguio City as there are numerous places that you can enjoy for free. Burnham Park is at the heart of the city where you can sit around, have a picnic, sightsee, or take a stroll. You can also try their version of taho with strawberry syrup (around PHP 20.00). There are also vendors and stalls around that sell various cheap souvenirs that you can personalize for you or your loved ones like keychains, accessories, and handicrafts.

Another popular tourist area in Baguio is Mines View Park, which features a cliff where you can gaze on the surrounding mountains of the province of Benguet. The park is also popular for numerous spots where you can take pictures: you can have a gorgeous mountainous background while donning a traditional outfit of Baguio’s Igorot tribe or with the gentle and friendly St. Bernard dog named Douglas.


Affordable Shopping in Baguio

Speaking of shopping, Baguio is known for its cheap and affordable finds because of the dozens of shops that sell export overruns and outlet stores that give huge discounts. If you need a jacket, a pair of boots, or an additional bag to use, you can definitely buy it cheaper in the thrift stores or ukay-ukay around. Go through tons of clothes and knickknacks to your heart’s content and you won’t feel bad because you won’t end up burning out holes in your pocket.

Baguio is also known for their high quality vegetables and fruits that you can purchase at extremely low prices compared to buying them in Manila. Because of the cool weather, a lot of vegetables and fruits grow in Baguio and the rest of the province of Benguet. It’s simply a must to head to the market and buy carrots, broccoli, cabbages, oranges, and many more. But the most popular among them will have to be strawberries, one of the most sought-after pasalubong items from Baguio. Feel free to haggle in order to get the best deals possible on strawberries and other market finds.


Affordable Dining in Baguio

Even Baguio City has joined the food park craze for dining. The Ketchup Food Community is where you can dine on some cheap but really good grub. Situated along Romulo Drive, it features dining options like Canto, Green Pepper, Happy Tummy, Rancho Norte and Rumah Sate. If you are looking for a new dining experience and something new to eat, you should check out Rancho Norte as they serve the Filipino classic, tapa, but with a twist. They have two variations: tapang kabayo (made from horse meat) and tapang usa (made from deer meat). After a satisfying meal, you can have dessert at Happy Tummy for a sweet way to end the dining experience. The food park also serves various cuisines like American, Malaysian, and Indonesian flavors. Best of all, you can expect everything to be affordable.