GicTourist Inns Baguio

Address: 221 Marcos Highway, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 221 Marcos Highway, Baguio, is near Manila Ocean Park, Paco Park, Avilon Zoo, and Pan de Amerikana.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGicTourist Inns Baguio

Reviewed by paowiwi

Cheap money for a Great service

by (1 review) , Philippines Flag of Philippines

The place is the best place to chill. They make sure that the customers that check in, will come back for the reason of great service, well maintained rooms, and a view of huge mountains. Try this hotel, i guarantee you, you will check out with big smile.

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TripAdvisor Reviews GicTourist Inns Baguio

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Travel Blogs from Baguio

Inevitable Smile

A travel blog entry by paowiwi on Jun 03, 2015

It was in the second week of January when me and my family go to Baguio, for my father to have a wonderful vacation during his vacation in his job. When we are planning how we will get there, we came up with the decision of commuting. Why? First because we don't have a car that can be able to travel long, second we doesn't have a driver that drive …

No spitting of Moma

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 30, 2014

... We had been so lucky in Banaue. This was no time to push our luck and besides, the ATM and the NYE conundrums really needed sorting.

So we were first on the van at 7am watching the mountain kids standing around feeding on the local drug of choice. Moma. AKA Betel nut mixed with lime and tobacco. The qat of Banaue, though I suspect qat is many times superior. They were, however, all at it, chewing and spitting it out all day long. Banaue is plastered in notices ...

Birthday Boy!

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Apr 25, 2014

2 comments, 94 photos

... was open air on all four sides. All the meeting areas were open air, too. Our days were basically our own with exception of the one hour class/demo times and massage and of course meals which were always a raw food feast. One day we went out to spend a few hours at their budding Eco Village of which I fell in love with the main building and would love to retire in a place just like it. And then the other half at a secluded beach that was pretty magnificent in and of itself. I met ...

Dream Trip: Part 2 in the country

A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora on Feb 08, 2014

13 photos

... much more rural than the one I had seen in Olongapo. I couldn't help but feel like I should do something, so Mom and I went had Cousin Leo drive the family jeepney to his mother-in-law's stall at the flea market. We bought as many school supplies as we could afford and brought them back to each school. At these schools, some kids don't go because they can't afford the supplies; there were children that were 12 years old attending school for the first time due to ...

Baguio, The City of Pines

A travel blog entry by stu900 on Nov 08, 2013

27 photos

... this city.

I took the jeepney back to The Plaza and walked to the large SM Mall. The Shopping Centre has some outdoor promenades om both sides of the building that boast some very impressive views over the city. There are four floors of shops and plenty of places to eat. Finishing touches were being put to the Christmas trees and displays in the large modern mall. From the top floor there are amazing views of the city centre with ...

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