Staycation at Azalea Residences Baguio

Thursday, June 11, 2015 Justin Vawter 18 Comments



My Baguio City experience wouldn't be complete without a staycation at one of the city's top hotel: Azalea Residences Baguio. It's a complete vacation on its own. Stayed here during my 3D/2N escapade at the City of Pines and the experience was so overwhelming.

Upon arrival, you'll be greeted with fresh orange juice. The staff were really accommodating and the place itself was a haven. I honestly love the design. The glass facade matched with a modern cabin vibe was really interesting. I also like the floral accents on the main lobby. Plus, I find the fountain really cool with its huge ball with floral details.

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The place features amenities like the Kid's Play Area where you can watch the sunrise over at Baguio city

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Tradisyon restaurant


Another favorite part of Azalea Residences Baguio is their Tradisyon Restaurant. They serve really good food (my fave was their version of Bistek) and have a lot of choices. Free breakfast was served. You can also opt for a breakfast in bed.

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The suite life

Azalea Residences Baguio is made up of 99 well-appointed suite rooms: 46 Deluxe, 17 One-bedroom, 33 Two-bedroom and 3 Three-bedroom. We stayed at one of the suites and it's full packed! It has 3 bedrooms, 2 toilet and bath  (1 common and 1 masters), kitchen and dining area.

The suites offers the following facilities: a living room area with a sofa bed and flat screen TV with cable connection, toilet and bathroom with hot and cold shower and amenities: Dining table, chairs and crockery; kitchen appliances and utensils; Coffee and tea facilities, queen sized beds with imported linens; balcony in choice rooms, among others.

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the presidential suite


If you're feeling a bit special, check out the Presidential Suite. And there's a reason why it's called Presidential. It's definitely fit for a royalty. Totally digging the electric fireplace.

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mornings in azalea


Spending our day touring Baguio City was tiring and it was such a nice way to wake up in a room with a view right after sleeping comfortably. What I love about Azalea Residences Baguio is that they care a lot about their guests. You'll find fruits served on the table. On the second day, there were chocolates and greeting cards. Such a nice gesture.

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Coffee anyone?

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Beanie from Baguio City Night Market(you can read my guide here)

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Bought the sweater for Php 10 in a local thrift shop back in Manila. Shorts from Zalora. Sandals from Sandugo.

Thanks to Azalea Residences Baguio for hosting our staycation in Baguio City. It was such a pleasure. Had so much fun. Till our next trip!

Azalea Resorts & Residences is owned by Fog Horn Inc. and is affiliated with RCI ( Resort Condominium International ) the worldwide leader in vacation exchange and the world’s largest full service vacation rentals business, providing access to more than 85,000 vacation properties in approximately 100 countries.

For rates and reservations, you may contact them at (02) 579 4894 | (02) 579 4890 | Mobile 0917 8611641 | 0919 9944140 or email at reservations@azalea.com.ph. Visit their website at http://www.azaleabaguio.com.

Style photos by Kim Nieves

Cheers~!

- Justin -

18 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great info! I bet you had an amazing time there. I shall try and visit them when we go to Baguio. I can't wait to pick Strawberries and check out the shops here. I've heard they sell at affordable prices yay!

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  2. I love Bagiuo hotels! I've heard of Azalea, too, gosh! It looks really posh.

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  3. I envied your stay in Azalea Residences. I have been to Baguio a lot of times but the experience of checking in this Suites was quite costly for a vacation.

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  4. michelle co-huertas13 June 2015 at 11:45

    I have been hearing raves about Azalea but now i see why. great shots

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  5. Yes, they're really affordable. When we went there it was 300/kilo. But you can buy haggle up to 200/kilo.

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  6. it's really posh! super like it.

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  7. it actually is but it's super worth it.

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  8. If I went that day, we might have met and maybe have a convo with you. I was not able to go that day because my stomach is grumbling and I am not in a good shape. I'm glad you enjoyed your staycation at Azalea here in Baguio. :)

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  9. beautiful place..i love the features of this hotels and their amenities....and wow, I love that water fountain!!!

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  10. I've been to Azalea before for a briefing of an international run to be held there and I was impressed with their facilities. It's good that you were pampered here.

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  11. Azalea Residences looks like a really nice place to stay! We are so staying there next time we go to Baguio!

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  12. Azalea residences looks like a nice place to stay in when in Baguio.

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  13. awww. anyways, hope to bump into you soon! :)

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  14. Thanks for your comment Jojo! :)

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  15. It was really a pleasure to have a staycation at Azalea

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  16. Thanks for sharing us your experience, It is my dream to live here, but I think it will be difficult for me to have a lot in this prime city. And because of that I am thinking to invest in Baguio condominiums. Any thoughts?

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