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Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Accommodation in BAGUIO - Old Orangewood Bed & Breakfast

Old Orangewood Bed & Breakfast

We only stayed here for a few hours just to rest. Since we traveled to Baguio right after our working hours.

This is located at 20 Gomez St. Lower P. Burgos, Baguio City 2600 near Santo Niño De Jesus Medical Center.

How to go to Old Orangewood?
- It's a few minutes walk from Victory Liner Terminal but we decided to ride a Taxi. Just tell the driver to drop you off in Old Orangewood at Gomez St. near Santo Niño De Jesus Medical Center. Our fare that time is around 40 to 50 pesos. (Not bad.)

Cable TV
Hot & Cold Shower
Free WiFi

Room Rates:
  • Good for 1 pax - Php 1,000/night ($ 19/night)

1 Single Bed
  • Good for 2 pax - Php 1,500/night/room ($ 29/2pax/night/room) "3 rooms available"

2 Single Beds

1 Double Bed
  • Good for 3 pax - Php 2,200/night/room ($ 42/3pax/night/room) "2 rooms available"

1 Double Bed and 1 Single Bed
  • Good for 4 pax - Php 2,600/night/room ($ 50/4pax/night/room) "2 rooms available"

2 Double Beds
  • Good for 5 pax - Php 3,500/night ($ 68/5pax/night/room)
3 Single Beds & 1 Double Bed
  • Good for 6 pax - Php 3,800/night/room ($ 73/6pax/night/room) "2 rooms available"
3 Double Beds

1 Double Bunk Bed & 2 Single Beds
  • Good for 8pax - Php 5,200/night ($ 100/8pax/night)

4 Single Bunk Beds

Note: Price are subject change without prior notice

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