If you’re looking for a family-friendly small hotel in Baguio, look no further than Casa Vallejo.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto (1.3 mi) and Tam-Awan Village (1.5 mi), guests of Casa Vallejo can easily experience some of Baguio's most well known attractions.
Casa Vallejo is a family-friendly small hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy yoga classes and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Baguio. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you like Chinese restaurants, Casa Vallejo is conveniently located near Good Taste Cafe & Restaurant, Tea House Restaurant and Bakeshop, and Fortune Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Philippine Military Academy (1.1 mi), Burnham Park (0.4 mi), and Diplomat Hotel (1.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the small hotel.
The staff at Casa Vallejo looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Check-in and out excellent and fast. Breakfast is continental, omelette was ok, coffee fine. Wifi is unstable to non-existent, even in lobby area. The entrance is amazing and I thought this was a great hotel. But then, I was allocated to room 103! (no aircon, facing the main busy road); stuffy and hot, no fresh air. So I asked for another room and was reluctantly allocated to room 212 - excellent, Big window that opens over the carpark, fresh air (but still no aircon). Happier, so ask for these rooms. The restaurant has great views and is peaceful and relaxing. Casa Vallejo is located within walking distance to Victory Liners (bus) so consider it for a late night arrival or an early departure.
Pluses The location (near Session, SM and bus stations is the best The room is comfy and nice The staff are warm and helpful Could help if improved WIFI is weak Tip Choose rooms farthest from the street to lessen the noise There is a restaurant at the vicinity so smell of food being cooked can be experienced They can keep an eye on your bags if you happen to arrive too early for check-in
The hotel is okay and clean but I hate the strong smell of fabric conditioner when we entered the room. It gave me a headache! The room given to us is located downstairs and I hate how we can hear the footsteps of a running child on one of the rooms located on the main floor. It’s annoying!
A lovely old house uphill, it was a dormitory for American soldiers at the beginning of 1900s. The common areas, in particular the restaurant, are beautiful. The area is fairly quiet but it would be better not to have a room on the road. The centre is walking distance even if the sights are scattered around and you may need transportation especially because the area is far from flat. The rooms are small and somewhat outdated but the bed was comfortable with the best pillows ever. Some rooms have air conditioning but it’s not essential (the town is at 1500m). The bathroom is small and basic but the shower was hot. In my room fridge and tv were out of order. There is free supply of drinkable water from a dispenser. The staff is very kind; I arrived at 1am after booking a room at…
I've been here thrice. Still the best among the hotels we've been in. Friendly staff, accessible to almost all places like SM Baguio (in front) & Session Road restaurants (3 mins. walk away), cozy Honeymoon rooms (except Standard rooms). Just downstairs, where Hill Station is, you'll definitely enjoy the sumptuous dishes that Baguio boasts! I hope they can maintain the antique style of the ambience. It adds homi-ness and relaxing feel to the cool temperatue, esp at night. The outside appearance is where the genuine excitement starts. Taking selfies would be irresistable bcoz of it's post-hispanic colonization design and welcoming facade! You'll come in with a smile and leave with a nostalgic feeling of coming back again! *Cons: (Standard Rooms) hot inside and too much noise…
I had booked two rooms for myself and 3 guests for the last two nights of our northern Luzon loop RoadTrip. Then the super typhoon was coming so we could not go to Baguio. Clearly, hello. They then call me the next day, when the storm is hitting, and asking when I would like to rebook. But then have the audacity to tell me I can only rebook my rooms for September. Why on earth would I go up to Baguio for two nights when a) the roads are a mess and b) the city is a mess? Bad form, Casa Vallejo. Bad form. I will never recommend you.
Stayed at hotel 4th to the 6th September.One of our main reasons for booking was the good restaurant reviews but on arriving we were very disappointed to find that it had closed for a refurb.All restaurants have to have maintenance at some time of course but we could of least been informed on the Website before booking.Outside it was pouring with rain and not sure of our bearings decided to stay in little knowing that if you turn left out of the hotel away from the town first building on the left is a very good two storey restaurant. Rooms smelt a bit stale and on the small side even though we supposidly got an upgrade.On the plus side the staff were friendly and courteous and it is a great location once you do get your bearings.
the steep driveway towards the parking lot was scary. it has almost a 45 deg slope. the room intended for two people was too small. the bed could barely fit a couple. to gain space, you both need to lie simultaneously on your side. the telephone could not reach the front desk. there’s a dial tone alright, but pressing zero for help was all for naught. you need to approach the receptionist by foot if you need anything. a bummer if you were assigned to a room at the lower level. the shower curtain did not serve its purpose. it was placed too high, it could not block the water from dripping to the other side. a tiny pool of water gathers on the toilet floor. i hate a hotel without offering a stationery and a pen/pencil. casa vallejo is largely made of wood. so expect the…
Very cozy rooms but the beds need a bit of an update. The location is great if you want the convenience of Session road and SM mall with all the restaurants and not have to walk. I like the Woodstock feel of the place
Me and My husband and my son went to Baguio unplanned on aug 7 to 8 we were walking around looking for hotel that is worth to stay because I want if I spend money it’s worth it not some kind of crap place so we didn’t know where to go so I search in google a hotel that’s 24 hours then this hotel popped in I book right away to get drop off in the hotel when I saw it at first time it was like the hotel in the shining lol then the guy that’s is in the counter was kind I ask him if I can see the room then he show the standard room I didnt like it I’m looking fo a bigger one so i ask him is there a bigger one then he showed me the bigger one then I got for our first night the second day I got the standard room and it was okay actually I regret that I got the big one cause i want to…