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AIM Igorot Lodge

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Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

The best place and low cost price to stay at camp john hay. Staff are very friendly and warm. We really enjoy our 3 days stay at this place. It is near Mile Hi, Batirol , cantina and the oldest starbucks in baguio

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Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

I love this place. Surrounded by pine trees, it's away from the city - what could be better? The building is old but the room where I stayed in is clean and really really nice. Bring a car, cabs are hard to come by.

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Makati, Philippines
Reviewed 19 January 2017

When going to Baguio it's always nice to be transported to a simpler time. That's why I love staying at this lodge. It has the feel of when John Hay was still part of the US military bases in the Philippines. It's an old lodge with a big fireplace, wooden floors, and open architecture. It has most of the amenities...

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Thank RoyDV
Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed 21 December 2016 via mobile

This was our second stay and sad to say our room (the last room to the right, ground floor) needs an upgrade. The carpet by the wash basin was wet... please from a leak. The hot water heater for the shower was not working so it was better to use a face cloth and use the wash basin. The room...

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Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

We frequent Igorot Lodge. This is the only time I saw it like this. Smell of mold. Maybe because the carpet below the sink gets wet. The walls and the room,bathroom,cabinet doors especially the back of the doors need serious cleaning. Just really good tidying up. All others are fine. Ruby of the front desk is very accommodating.

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Thank Beck Y
Paranaque, Philippines
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Since AIM turned this old Camp John Hay facility into a lodge twenty plus years ago, my family and I have returned to Igorot Lodge dozens of times, in any season, any weather. What we love besides its location, is the quality of service, and the friendly faces of the staff whom we have learned to regard as family. True,...

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1Thank Gomyraph
Makati, Philippines
Reviewed 6 June 2016

I have no qualms about old structures/buildings/accommodations -- age has its charms. That said, Igorot Lodge feels old but looks/feels like a shadow of its old self. There were cracks on the wall all over the room and in the toilet and bath. We can hear the staff hanging around and talking rather loudly next to our window which is...

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1Thank Oggie R
Metro Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 2 January 2016 via mobile

We've stayed here ever since 2005. Lately, it has not been well maintained. My kids reported to me that their room had cockroaches. Shower curtain needs replacement. Bare toiletries. Limited TV channel stations. WiFi limited only to main lobby. Initially, we were assigned to a room with water pump outside our window. We requested to be moved since the intermittent...

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1Thank riza_ng
Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Reviewed 16 December 2015 via mobile

We stayed here back when i was a little girl and we went back last summer. The place has a lodge vibe. The rooms are very comfortable. If you would like to stay inside camp john hay then this is the hotel. The view outside are pine trees and the golf course. The only downside is breakfast is not included....

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Baguio, Philippines
Reviewed 4 September 2015

Most of us wants to have a superb intimate close to nature and feel its' beauty after a day long busy schedule in the city. AIM Igorot Lodge is the best place for its unique amenities. Totally relaxing!!!

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Address: Camp John Hay, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Luzon > Cordillera Region > Benguet Province > Baguio
Number of rooms: 33
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“All rooms are a stone's throw from pine trees, just looks out, a then take a walk around.”
Gomyraph, 1 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Best to avoid the rooms adjacent to the staff rooms/cabins as these can be noisier”
oggier2016, 6 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Stay away from front rooms near Veranda, but the back rooms have lousy lights and floors”
GraceSanJuan, 1 May 2015 | Read review
“Get a room near the lobby for better wifi, and a room whose view are along the front of the lodge (otherwise you will be opening your windows to the neighbouring cottages behind the lodge).”
resuri-san, 24 Mar 2015 | Read review
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