The Manor Camp John Hay Baguio

We stayed at The Manor last March 2011. I have been procrastinating the write-up for this hotel because I can't seem to find time to publish this entry. I want my readers to have a photo tour of The Manor and making this entry requires me to devote a lot of time. I promised myself I need to let people know how wonderful it is to stay here. Me and my husband had the most pleasant four-day stay and it is but appropriate to share our experience.

I booked via South Travels because I can't seem to find if online booking is available at Camp John Hay's website. It was a bit expensive with South Travels but the efficient customer service made up for the extra cost. Very prompt response to all my queries. 

I am very much pleased with almost everything about The Manor. But what made this stay extra remarkable is the people working here. I did not have any problems especially with my travel arrangements. The receptionists, room service staff and the car rental driver were so efficient.

We arrived 11 in the morning. We are way too early for check in. They took our luggage for safe keeping while we look for a place to have lunch at the Mile Hi Center. 

I'm always awed by The Manor's architecture. We walk here every morning after breakfast and just marvel at the sight.

I love the sound of the water. Very calming.

Picture perfect. But nothing compares to actually experiencing it. If only I could paint...

The Philippine American Friendship Garden

My husband having a leisurely morning walk.

This area is my personal favorite.

For a moment it feels like I'm somewhere else.

Relaxing at the lobby.

These paintings along the hall are works of the local painters and are for sale.

Would you believe this is the common restroom at the ground floor!

Fresh flower arrangement at the lobby.

A glimpse of our room. I was kinda wary that The Manor does not have airconditioning system. But no worries, the cold fresh air is way better.

Comfy bed and soft pillows  (The neck pillow is mine)

LCD television and DVD Player

The food at the mini bar are reasonably priced.

Oh I love this! The vanity dresser strategically located. The bathroom is at the left and the closet at the right.

Very spacious closet on the right side.

The toiletries. No toothbrush included. Not a problem for me though. I always bring my own stuff. (see the black bag, the pouch and all those stuff on the vanity dresser ^_^)

There's a magazine on the bedside table.

The right amount of light to give me a good night sleep.


For inquiries:

The Manor at Camp John Hay
Loakan Road, Baguio City