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Baguio Country Club opened in 1905 to serve Americans vacationing in cool Baguio. Today, it's open to non-members on vacation or who are attending meetings or conferences.
There's no question about the place's homey ambience amid the green fairways and pine trees. It's always a...More
We stayed here for 3 days and 2 nights at this hotel for a birthday event at their convention hall. The rooms are old but still well maintained. Natural cooling without air conditioning just the ceiling fans but it was so cold at that time...More
Baguio Country Club is an oasis in the now busy, messy and traffic-ful city. It is green, with the pine trees still in tact. My one bedroom suite is spacious , comfortable , cool and had a good view. Complete with 2 TV sets, personal...More
After many years of absence, a short visit to BCC is always a very refreshing event. BCC remains to be the BCC of years ago, well maintained and always gives you that homey feeling. They have added a coffee shop at the bakeshop and it's...More
Country club offers reasonable stay for entire family: pictures golf course, bowling, great buffet & ala carte dishes, fireplace in a lobby and one of the best Bakery (coffeeshop) in town. Country club itself outdates but ok, housekeeping trying their best, among amenities they have...More
Response from Mang_Fisher | Reviewed this property |
I don't think your concern will be attended to in this site. I'd suggest you call them up directly for your booking concern. BCC is also an exclusive club thus the need for membership or a referral from a club member.
Ask the club front desk if you can speak with either Larry Sorento, or Jan (pronounced Yan) Maas. You might also ask about playing with the eclectic group at 8am in the morning. You don't need to be a member to do so, and... More
Ask the club front desk if you can speak with either Larry Sorento, or Jan (pronounced Yan) Maas. You might also ask about playing with the eclectic group at 8am in the morning. You don't need to be a member to do so, and the cost is about $1000 pesos. Larry and Jan play with them regularly, though they both travel in and out of the Philippines a few times a year. Good luck!