Welcome to Green Valley Baguio Hotel and Resort, your Baguio “home away from home.” Green Valley Baguio Hotel and Resort aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Green Valley Baguio Hotel and Resort, visitors can check out Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto (1.6 mi) and Diplomat Hotel (1.8 mi), some of Baguio's top attractions.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, and you can go online as Green Valley Baguio Hotel and Resort offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant.
Baguio has plenty of Asian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Good Taste Cafe & Restaurant, Cafe in the Sky, and Kung Jeon Korean Palace, which are serving up some great dishes.
Baguio is also home to Museo Kordilyera, a popular history museum that is not too far from Green Valley Baguio Hotel and Resort.
Green Valley Baguio Hotel and Resort puts the best of Baguio at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Baguio City is such a nice place to visit especially for the nature lovers, perfect place to get away from busy metro life. Fresh air, cool air, sweet pine scent and magnificent view of the mountains which is very relaxing. Baguio City is blessed with the most amazing and breathtaking spots to be found in the country. When visiting Baguio City, be sure to include historical sites and plenty of things to do that everyone will truly enjoy.
Slept for one (1) night for our office's family day. Upon entrance you can smell something I can't describe. Pool is not maintained. Water heater is difficult to operate. No wifi. Food are not good. No elevator. Quiet dark in the reception area. Far from the city.
The room was overpriced. What you pay for is the name of the hotel since it is a country club. The TV remote was broken and they did not even fix it. They told us to manually press the TV! I watch television during night time and I had to get up every time I wanted to watch something else. The bathroom was unmaintained and small. There were crawling bugs. The water heater was difficult to operate and the temperature of the water was not consistent. Toiletries were not well-provided. There was no toothbrush and toothpaste. The room was only nice because of the softness of the bed but the sheets were not that clean and there were some stains. The pillow had a stuffy smell. The scenery was nice, and I just made that my consolation for booking here. There is even no free wifi in the rooms, nor in the lobby. The table games came with a handsome fee. What did they expect the people to do? There was no free breakfast the following morning, but the hotel is quite far from the town centre. I would not want to spend a single cent more there because the food might be as bad as the service/room. It was difficult to get a taxi since it is quite far from the main road. Upon check out, they asked for a 5 peso hotel tax. Is there even such a tax? I did not get a receipt for that if it is a tax. I resented paying because of the poor quality ushered, but I just wanted to leave as soon as possible. I booked at another hotel and it was much better. The price was more affordable and the quality was impeccable.…
Green Valley Clubhouse was once the place to go for a dining, fun and games for the family in a quiet, rustic, colder part of Baguio. It is now a dark dilapidated abandoned shell of its former self. It’s run down facilities is full of dust, peeling paint, mice droppings, chairs and tables askew. Still the place to go to view the clouds and fog and feel cold but nothing else. You can still play table tennis, tennis, badminton, bowling. Too much cement and apartments greet you as you enter the compound. Nothing more than a row of houses and apartments to let. Too much cement for my taste. Very hesitant to recommend the food as the place is too dirty.
Traveling with family. Booked two rooms for three nights at this facility site unseen, because most of Baguio was full and arrived after dark. Both rooms smelled bad, the ceilings were moldy, bathrooms had bare wiring, live and dead roaches and roach traps everywhere, outlets falling out of the walls, yellowed sheets that didn't look washed, filthiest carpet I've seen in a tourist facility, totally grubby place even by budget standards. Very creepy place at night. It seemed like we were the only ones there except for staffers who hung around in the dark after the lobby lights were turned out at 10pm. Bailed out after the first night, intentionally forfeiting the balance of the non-refundable reservations. (The facility did agree several days later to a refund after we sent the attached photos to the booking agency.) The facility has great potential as a sports/resort destination with hilltop views, if the owners would put some serious money into it. As it is, it is grungy and run down. Don't go by the photos on their web site. There are far nicer places to stay in Baguio for just a small amount per night more. Finally, be aware that the location is far removed from the popular tourism sites on the eastern side of Baguio, and because it's up a very long very steep road behind a guarded gate, there is no accessible public transporation. Going anywhere requires calling for a cab.…