Decent hotel w great courteous people and relatively good food that can cater to all diets. Simple hotel but very CLEAN. I'm glad they are back after the pandemic w the usual excellent service. Try their baked breads and pastries too for pasalubong.
Walking distance to SM Baguio and Session Road area. The hotel is also near Agara Ramen. If you want to roam around Baguio, you can hail a taxi anytime. The rooms show their age, but still, our stay is comfortable and the hotel staff is friendly and helpful. Buffet breakfast is included. The Voyager restaurant also serves reasonably-priced meals. Will definitely come back next time we visit Baguio :)
Neither Agoda nor the hotel informed us of the requirements for travel to Baguio. As a result, we were stuck at a checkpoint for 1 ½ hour trying to hastily arrange the needed paperwork. This time sucking inconvenience and hassle would have been avoided had the hotel let us know before travel that we needed to visit a website and upload copies of licenses etc. (there had been various personal emails between us). The Covid requirements were very proforma, all easily provided and accomplished but not when you are stuck on a mountain road at a checkpoint with barely an internet signal. I was furious. This was a screw-up. When I arrived at the hotel. The manager came to speak to me. She took responsibility. We worked out a reasonable settlement. She did her job in spades. I was so impressed. And I let her know. So, yes – stay in this hotel. The staff care, make adjustments and take responsibility when they screw up. The room was fine. TV worked very well – had premium channels and good reception. This hotel is run by someone who cares about their service and their customers. It shows.…
We were stuck in Baguio after a quarantine due to Corona virus, and were not sure how we would get to Manila, as the government banned all public transport. They tried to get an agency to pick us up, but none would take us because of the check points (one of them being horrendous). So they got in touch with the Ministry of Tourism who sent out a Government vehicle to come and get us. That really was a life saviour. The government vehicle had flashing lights and took us high speed past the massive checkpoint jam to the airport in plenty of time for our flight. We would have been screwed otherwise. Massive thanks to all the staff that helped us with this and were so nice to us. Breakfast and room was really good too. Highly recommend
My stay at El Cielito Inn was horrid. First, check in were too slow. And when I passed by the front desk before I checked in, there was this one front desk clerk who was too busy with her video chat while her co-worker attended to the guest. I dont care if she is the front office manager or not but that is not how a professional staff should act! What kind of management does this hotel have?
After reading-through many of the hotel’s reviews, we finally settled on this lodging and true enough, the place did not disappoint. The Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral or better known as The Baguio Cathedral and so with other famous landmarks of Baguio are all of walking distance. The rooms are sized comfortably, complete with fresh linens and towels; toiletries were replenished each day. Hot-and-cold water dispensers are stationed near the rooms where one can refill the glass pitcher provided. Buffet breakfast that is being served at the Voyager Bar & Restaurant, offers a mixture of both Asian and English fare. At all times, we chose to eat at the outlet’s veranda for a much better view of its surroundings. Given that each day was used up visiting all of Baguio City’s attractions, the hotel served as a respite to cool down and energize for the next activity especially if a lot of walking has transpired. My only disappointment was the breakfast charge for seniors, it was not the same. The first charge was for P253 (or so) however, the next day it was for P230 something. I believe that since the price is fixed, the senior’s cost should not change.…
Staff: all smiles, courteous and quick to respond Room: lots of nook and cranny for your personal stuff; the warm and daylight bulbs are very nice; beddings are clean and comfy Location: strategic coz it’s somewhere in between Session Road (where most touristy sites are) and Teachers Camp (a bit more laid back) Personal favorites include the comprehensive tourist primer in the room (loads of info), the carrot loaf, and the talented blind pianist in their in-house resto Addendum on booking: our experience was smooth. I sent a PM to their FB page about a month prior to our stay. I was redirected to transact via email. I followed the instruction to settle a 50% DP in advance to secure the room. The balance was settled on-site.
Nagpareserve kami tpos may confirmation. pag dating namin walang nakareserve. Ano yan lokohan para lang kumita ang business It's so frustrating na ang layo pa ng pinanggalingan namin and pagdating dun sa El Cielito Inn-Baguio wala daw reservation under my name and fully booked na. Nahirapan na kaming maghanap ng ibang hotels sa oras na yun.
El Cielito Hotel Baguio is very accessible and near everything from convienience store to coffee shops. Near Victory Liner Terminal, Session Road and SM Baguio. The room is fine. I think room with out airconditioning is normal here in Baguio City I love the breakfast and coffee by the way. Thanks El Cielito Hotel for wonderful stay in Baguio City.
My initial room had to a lot to be desired but I requested for an upgrade and the staff were very accommodating to my request. The location is excellent as it is just a stone's throw away from a mall. The hotel lobby has a real cool vibe. Their restaurant bakes and sells real fine breads. I like their raisin bread better than the more famous place in Baguio, as theirs doesn't have too much raisins in it that, at times, can make the bread soggy. Breakfast options were quite good but not stellar. Tasty, though. Coffee was quite good as I think it was Sagada coffee.