Good things come in threes. The saying is so true at Camp John Hay hotels – The Manor, The Forest Lodge and BCC. You will be delighted to discover that these hotels which are recognized as ASEAN Green Hotels have more things in store for their special guests.
Just this June 30, 2018, a special gathering was held to launch the 3rd quarter offerings at these hotels. Guests were serenaded by soothing music courtesy of SLU Glee Club and Art of Music. Cocktails were served which were both a feast for the eyes and the palate.
During the 6:00 pm event, GM Ramon C. Cabrera presented what is in store for the two hotels he oversees. At The Forest Lodge and The Manor at Camp John Hay, the rainy season is no big deal. The awesome deals are the attractive rates you can take advantage of to stay at the two cozy hotels. This is because when it rains, the deals pour at The Forest Lodge and The Manor.
The good news is these family-friendly hotels are more affordable to book. From June 13 to October 15, 2018 a Superior Room at The Forest Lodge is now only 2,350. At the adjacent The Manor, a Superior Room is as low as P 3,975. A Baguio vacation need not be expensive after all!
Their service slogan is “Best is the New Better!” You will be pleasantly surprised with the quality of your stay when you choose these hotels. From the moment you are greeted at the door, when you check-in at the lobby counter, when you enter your lovely room, everything is about service excellence. All the staff of the hotel were trained to cater to your discriminating needs.
There is entertainment at the bar and lobby areas. Shuttle service is available should you decide to go to the city for site-seeing or shopping. The hotels have retained their old-world charm while being up to date with the facilities. The restaurants serve sumptuous meals that are worth going back to.
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