Travel Guide: The Manor at Camp John Hay [May 2011]

Accommodation tips and and what to see in The Manor Camp John Hay in Baguio City

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The Manor at Camp John Hay
Main road
Baguio City, 2011. Great to be back in Baguio! We arrived on a wet Friday afternoon and headed straight for an evening business event for Pfizer North Luzon Ortho Forum. The rains made the climate more chilling with the crisp and clean mountain air. This trip is a short and personal one. 
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The Manor is managed by Camp John Hay Leisure, Inc. Located 250 kilometers north of Manila in the heart of the Summer Capital of the Philippines. Baguio City is at 5,000 above sea level. It is the perfect getaway to Sagada and the Banaue Rice Terraces, an hour drive to the beaches of La Union and 4-hour drive to the Ilocos Region.
Travel Guide: The Manor at Camp John Hay
How to get to Bagiuo:
  • Daily air-conditioned buses to and from Manila
  • Scheduled commercial flights to and from Manila
  • Kennon Road for light vehicles only
  • Palispis Highway and Naguilian Road for all types of vehicle
Travel Guide The Manor at Camp John Hay
the fireplace
The average weather climate in Baguio is 19 degree Celsius throughout the year and varies from a high 25 degree Celsius during the summer months of March to May to a low 10 degree Celsius  during the cold months of November to February. Dry season is from November to May and wet season from June to October.
The Manor is a 4-storey structure distinguished with 5-star services. The leisure hotel has a grand Filipino-colonial architecture, cozy & luxurious ambiance. Nature performs best in The Manor compared to other hotels in Bagiuo, where they had towering pine trees and striking views of the Cordillera mountain range.
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The Manor Lobby
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Going up & down
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Rooms are equipped with the following amenities:
  • refrigerator
  • cable TV
  • coffee and tea making machine
  • mini bar
  • hot & cold shower
  • in-room safe 
  • IDD/NDD phone system 
  • Wi-Fi internet access
With 177 units to accommodate guests, each room is strategically built for a breathtaking view of the mountain range and pine forests. 
Around the lobby area, the hotel features:
Dining & entertainment:
  • Le Chef at The Manor – Open daily from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Gourmet cuisine by Chef Billy King.
  • Le Chef Delicatessen – Open daily from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Offers a wide selection of freshly baked bread, cakes, pastries, cookies, homemade sauces and seasonal specialties.
  • The Piano Bar – Open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight. Listen to live entertainment by an pen fireplace.
Guest services & facilities:
  • Business center – internet services, computer rentals, photocopying and other secretarial services.
  • The Manor Health Spa – Gym facilities daily from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Spa  massage services daily from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Travel Guide: The Manor at Camp John Hay
the view 
 antique storage
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Breakfast at the Le Chef
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Paintings for sale
Travel Guide: The Manor at Camp John Hay
our view from the room
Travel Guide The Manor at Camp John Hay
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Facilities at Camp John Hay:
  • Camp John Hay Golf Club – 18-hole, 5001 yards, par 69, Jack Niclaus designed a world class golf course.
  • CAP-John Hay Trade & Cultural Center – Ideal venue for conventions, seminars, exhibits, stage plays, concerts, weddings, etc. It can seat from 50,000 to 2,000 guests. Equipped with state of the art sound & video equipment, movable partitions & centralized air-conditioning system.
  • Picnic Grounds – a perfect outdoor bonding place for families & friends under towering pine trees.
  • Eco-trail – a 2-kilometer path perfect for outdoor activities.
  • Shalan to Kabadjo – a bridle path  riding circle for pony rides amidst the lushness of Kabadjo Forest.
  • Butterfly Sanctuary – an enclosed flower garden where butterflies fly freely.
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pine forest

For updated room rates and room availability, visit the Camp John Hay website.

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a view of the Cordillera mountains

The Manor
Camp John Hay
Loakan Road, Baguio City, Benguet, Philippines 2600
[t] (6374)424.0931 to 43, (6374)424.0945 to 47,(6374)424.0950 to 53 local 1003 & 1004
Manila Hotline: (632) 845.0892 / 845.0911

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7 thoughts on “Travel Guide: The Manor at Camp John Hay [May 2011]”

  1. >you made me miss baguio! huhuhu, i love baguio! and oh, thanks for all of these info, great place! visiting from PF and wishing you a great weekend! 🙂

  2. >Wow! I wish we can go back to Baguio sometime. These are lovely photos. Visiting from PF. Sorry for the late visit, though. Here's MINE. See you around.

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