City Travel Hotel

Address: 15 Kisad Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 15 Kisad Road, Baguio.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Travel Hotel Baguio

      Reviewed by ongjuls

      Last Minute Booking

      Reviewed Apr 13, 2013
      by (1 review) , Philippines Flag of Philippines

      It was a last minute booking...via email thanks to Victory Liner for free wi-fi access and to Mr. Eugene and co. for accommodating my last minute request to reserve a room for my family...they even allow us to an early check-in without charge by 6am and allow us to leave our bags after checking out the next day...again without charge...Two thumbs up for the service....the room is quite ok, with the breaktaking view of burnham park ..

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews City Travel Hotel Baguio

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Baguio

      Visitng Uncle Rafael's Grave and Cock fighting

      A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 20, 2014

      18 photos

      ... of us knew, plus I didn't feel like wasting money. We don't stay for all the matches as cock fighting isn't for me.

      Since we were passing the cemetery that my Uncle Rafael was at, Beverly asked if I wanted to visit the grave. I accepted as this is the last grave that I need to pay my respects to while in the Philippines.

      We head back in time for dinner and a chance to play with the kids before bedtime.

      Busy Baguio.

      A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on May 24, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... then a porter grabbed our bags, asked where we were going and led us to a bus going to Baguio. He stored our bags and showed us to our seats. I tipped him a few US $ ( probably too much but he took any hassle from our trip).

      We had been a little unsure about the buses as there was limited info online, we hadn't been able to find any schedules. We really shouldn't have worried, almost all the buses there were heading to Baguio!

      The bus ( Victory Liner) was modern with ...

      My Life's Greatest Lessons as Taught by Mt. Pulag

      A travel blog entry by carolbm on Feb 09, 2013

      8 comments, 16 photos

      ... his mom has been busy taking care of them for the last 50 years or so. They are from Bulacan and the farthest that she had visited was Laguna.

      That instance, I wanted to make a phone call to my daughters and tell them that I am doing them a favor right at this moment. I am saving them from the burden of carrying me in my wheelchair when I get old just so I can experience travelling because I am already doing it now.

      Kidding aside, that moment, ...

      Foggy Baquio

      A travel blog entry by ulka on Sep 29, 2012

      25 photos

      ... blowing internal design.
      City Mall in the center of the town has plenty of restaurants and cafes.

      Getting there
      From Manila overnight bus – Partas line.
      From Clark Airport – jeepney to downtown Dau (50 peso) and then bus, 4-6 hours (300 peso). $1-about 40 peso.

      As we found out, we could not buy bus tickets in advance. We had to come an hour earlier or just before the bus was leaving and hope that there will be seats available. ...

      On Climbing Mountains...

      A travel blog entry by lilly_annew on Mar 21, 2012

      4 comments, 36 photos

      ... our hot feet. The trail wasn't that steep and it followed the creek we are guessing another 3 miles through narrow cutouts of lahar walls and then finally some vegetation and actually some bushes and trees until we could finally see the crater lake Mapanuepe. From here we hiked down into the crater to the lake and then climbed into a heavy
      wooden boat where another villager rowed us across to the other shore where you could feel the ...