Hotel Veniz is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Baguio, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Hotel Veniz, visitors can check out Bell Church (1.3 mi) and Philippine Military Academy (1.6 mi), some of Baguio's top attractions.
Rooms at Veniz Hotel Baguio provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free internet access.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Veniz guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Veniz Hotel Baguio.
While in Baguio, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Veniz Hotel Baguio, including Good Taste Cafe & Restaurant (0.2 mi), 50's Diner (0.6 mi), and Kung Jeon Korean Palace (1.1 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Burnham Park (0.3 mi), Diplomat Hotel (0.8 mi), or Tam-Awan Village (1.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Baguio!
I've been to this hotel several times before and it was never a problem. We love the location because its just beside and across Burnham Park so when I stayed here last Tuesday night, June 21, 2022, for a business trip, I was co fident that my stay would be superb. But, I was wrong! It was the worst experience I ever had staying at a hotel! I drove from the office and arrived late to the hotel so I was tired and rested for the night. When I woke up the following day, I found out that there were no towels and other things needed by a guest in a hotel (slippers, soap, toothbrush and tooth paste, shampoo and other stuff) so I was not able to take a bath that morning and just washed my face before going out to the market to do the survey. I used the blanket to wipe my face. I told the front desk about it and after the market survey, I went back to the hotel to freshen up and leave for pangasinan. I got the things I need from the front desk and went up to my room. I opened the comfort room and there was a poop in my toilet bowl! That person even left the tissue he/she used to wipe his/her ass! I never use tissue when I fo that so that certainly was not me! It was so grossed that I flushed it at sight and called reception to ask for a manager. They didn't even emphatize about what happened! I am never going back to this hotel!…
Perhaps one of the most selling point of this hotel is its location and affordable rate, and probably also the reason we choose it. Booking this hotel was a breeze and even got confirmation email, got assisted with making sure the tourist pass dates are same as with our check in and out date. We opted for a standard triple room located on the 4th floor but upon checking the room, it has no windows and the AC is not working well, one of my companion asked for a different room and they were able to get us a deluxe room on the 6th floor for an additional fee facing Maharlika Center. The room has a Queen bed and a Single bed with all your standard room amenities. Take note though as this room is facing a busy area tent to be a little noisy. The room comes with a free plated buffet breakfast with limited options from scrambled egg, tocino, tapa, and fish. Breakfast is not to be proud of; nothing fancy or even inviting. If you want just to fill your tummy then their breakfast is to go. By the way, if you opt to have your breakfast delivered to your room pay P30. There was a time when the remote control of the tv was not working a helpful man came in to have a new remote delivered. As for my friend who dealt with front then with the overall stay, he has no problem dealing with them as all his queries was attended. Overall, a no frills hotel, nothing fancy. If you just need a room to sleep and roam in the daytime, go here. Close to almost everything, Burnham, Night Market, Baguio Market to name a few has helpful people to deal with.…
Excellent especially service. Thank you..“Great location close to park and bus/jeep .The whole facility is clear: you feel like you are home. I loved the warm hospitality of the staff. beautifully decorated and the location was incredible. made our whole trip easier would highly recommend.”
A visit to Baguio must be strategically planned to accommodate all your preferred activities especially if you are travelling as a family or as a group. The location of Hotel Veniz is still its best come-on - right beside the Abanao Market, one only needs to cross over to shop for your usual pasalubongs of fresh vegetables, Cordillera coffee, and other knick-knacks. At the back of the hotel, just a stone's throw away is Burnham Park, where you can do all your standard photo-ops and fun activities with the kids. Come night-time, the road closes in time for the "ukay-ukays" where you can get the best-buys for various apparels, shoes, bags, and other accessories.
Having stayed 4th or 5th times in this hotel, Hotel VENIZ in Burnham Baguio is now my most convenient hotel visiting this summer capital city of the Philippines. This time, it was a remarkable one, although, we happened to experience mishaps when my car was bumped in the city proper. I highly appreciate Mr. del Rosario, the owner of the hotel who has extended his help by referring me to his lawyer to make documents to retrieve my driver’s license which was confiscated by the police, many thanks and highly appreciate to him for his humble assistance. I would also like to commend their 3 team members at Front desk namely Daisy (Manager) for my early checked-in, Daniela and Dale for my late extended checked-out at 12:45 pm, though it seems that they are not communicating each other if their collegue (Dale) allowed me to extend for 45 mins. I received several calls from my cellphone and also to our guestroom phone advising me that my check-out time is 12 noon, nonetheless it’s not a big issue for me which they could internally talk about it with their General Manager. The family suites is so spacious for 4 guests, and the suites is so clean and tidy. Thanks to Room Attendant Irene and Mr. Bernabe, the basement security officer who also deserves to be commended for being so helpful to extend their kind assistance. Over-all my stay in this hotel this time creates memorable experiences unlike a flawed arrival experience that I reviewed on trip advisor on my 3rd stay last Nov 2017…
In my perspective, the tone of the front desk officer is condescending specifically in advising me that the check in time is 2pm. I feel that the front desk officers should have a positive aura and be couteous at all times. The management May need to remind and organize a refresher to the front officers on the importance of being courteous which may affect the image of the hotel. With that said, the staff who receives luggage storage is very helpful and has a positive vibe.
We booked three rooms. My friends stayed at their superior room, while me, my husband and 1 year old kid stayed at their Executive family room last May 20,2019. Upon arriving at the hotel we were not greeted by the staff.Room was not in good condition with chipped paints. We heard drilling noise. Its not a good experience.
i booked online but we arrived early morning, check in is at 2pm .. I ask the front desk if it is possible for me, my mom who is a senior citizen and my siblings to just pay whatever cost to avail a room.. but unfortunately they said its not possible. other that the incovinience of checking in.. the rest was great.. clean room.. good food..
the hotel is in convenient location. They have eateries downstairs like mcdo, chowking and some other food stall. It is also connected to a small grocery stall where you can buy short list of groceries. The hotel looks or maybe feels different. With the amount of money we payed during our stay which is aug 24-26 i think you can pay that amount of money to a different hotel that is higher end. Their lobby is small. Checking in process is okay (they asked for 500 pesos for deposit). No help from the stuff for the luggage. They have this guy standing next to the reception/check in counter and did not offer any help. When we are about to go to the 6th floor, the doorman offers help, we declined since it should be done the minute we walked in if you really want to help. This hotel have 6 floors only. It is kinda musty, old scented. We have king size bed, mini living room and balcony. The room overall is outdated. Shower has mold in the tub. The room service is slow. I requested for an item the day we arrived, they didnt make it to the room. Cleaning service is good (they are nice). Breakfast is adequate i must say. Nothing special. Don't look forward to breakfast meals here you will be disappointed. Haha! Since the location is near the major highway, expect the noise from the horns of jeepney and private cars can be heard in the room. The bed is comfy enough and since our room is located in the corner, it has more space. You can open your window and balcony door as well. PS: my partner accidentally got all the coca cola from the fridge, he thought it was the coke (2 or 3) - that we bought from the groceries. (Sigh) I apologize for that.…
The best location by far for any hotel due to its proximity to the Baguio market just in Abanao Square, the Burnham Park just a stroll away, and the nighttime Ukay-Ukay street market. The staff are very polite and accommodating especially when one requests for possible early check-in during the wee hours of the morning. They are also amenable to last minute changes in arrangements during office seminars/conferences which makes them a favorite venue for government activities.