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10 Best Places to Stay in Baguio for Vacation (AirBnB)

I heard it’s still a bit cold there despite the global warming. Stay strong, Baguio, you’re still the prime summer destination when in the Philippines! Here are our 10 best Baguio vacation places to stay in from Airbnb.

L.A. Townhouse 

Entire Home/Apartment – 16+ Guests

P7991/night

Help your family or barkada get together for the summer and book this cozy cottage house for everyone. At P7991 for 16+ guests, this is perfect for big families looking for a large home to stay in in the area. If you’re going there with your barkada or blockmates, it’ll only amount to P500 each if 16 or more of your join in.

Wanderlust’s Haven 

Entire Home/Apartment – 7 Guests

P1809/night

It’s a simple condo with a modern look great for friend groups who don’t mind sleeping beside each other. This unit has a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area with couches to chill on while enjoying your simple dinner.

Olive’s Nice and Clean Room 

Private Room – 2 Guests

P1508/night

Olive’s modern minimalist house sits in a quiet subdivision 10-12 minutes away from SM Baguio. The house is clean and simple even on the outside, but is as cozy as can be in the inside.

Wharton Condo

Entire Home/Apartment – 4 Guests

P1407/night

This is the place for you if you’re looking for just a small space to stay in for the weekend. It’s a condo with complete amenities, including a kitchen and Wi-Fi, and is also near cafes and convenience stores. At a low price point, you’d likely get a really cramped place for 2 people. But Wharton Condo gives you everything you can get in your own home only at P1407 AND it can house up to 4 people too.

Justin’s Forest Cabin 

Entire Home/Apartment – 6 Guests

P4976/night

Camp John Hay is like Baguio’s Forbes Park, known for their grand homes and hotels. Justin’s Cabin is a sight even from the outside with its oddly satisfying symmetrical architecture and wooden exterior. The place is a cozy haven for all bakasyonistas. And it’s even Instagrammable!

Le Coq Bleu 

Private Room – 3 Guests

P2211/night

Really loving this cottage and artsy place that reminds me a lot of the Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo. You’ll be staying Le Coq Bleu serves breakfast in the morning too so you’ll start your day just right. Having trouble booking this room? The owner has 5 other suites like this!

Baguio Downtown Twin Room 

Private Room – 2 Guests

P905/night

This is the sulit choice for the weekend traveller on a budget! If you’re only 2 and will be out most of the time exploring, this place might just be your pick. It’s also difficult to find a cozy homey place if you have less than P1000 to spend, so this is really your best bet. This room also has a kitchen and Wi-Fi for your needs, and is quiet because it’s in a building for Korean students.

Studio at the Tower 

Entire Home/Apartment – 2 Guests

P1960/night

This studio looks almost like a room in a 5-star hotel. It comes complete with a cozy bed and couch, and a flatscreen LED TV. The building is even situated near the Baguio Cathedral at the center of the city. This beautiful place is owned by Superhost Eliza, so you’re definitely in the right hands.

Balai B&B 

Private Room – 6 Guests

P3518/night

Balai B&B is one of the most beautiful and sulit Airbnbs we found on the site. It has been featured in major local television network GMA and bestselling magazine Real Living. The place is the mansion you’ve always been dreaming of, with that stone fireplace and a nice view by the bedroom window.

The Loft at Easter 

Entire Home/Apartment – 6 Guests

*P3820/night

The Loft at Easter is almost like something out of a movie. It’s like those houses you see in American neighborhoods with the pine trees and that homey cabin feel you’ve been looking for in Baguio.


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