Perfect Home for Big Groups & Families in Baguio City

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Overview of Perfect Home for Big Groups & Families in Baguio City

Entire home

Perfect Home for Big Groups & Families in Baguio City

Entire home

5 bedrooms3 bathroomsSleeps 9

Popular amenities

  • Kitchen
  • Air conditioning
  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Outdoor Space
  • Barbecue grill
Baguio, Cordillera Administrative Region

Explore the area

  • Popular LocationCamp John Hay12 min walk
  • Popular LocationBaguio Convention Center10 min drive
  • Popular LocationBaguio Mountain Province Museum11 min drive
  • AirportBaguio (BAG-Loakan)15 min drive

About this property

Entire place

You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

Perfect Home for Big Groups & Families in Baguio City

2024 Baguio Apartments is a newly built apartments located at P-5 Lower Dagsian Rd., Baguio City.

Less than a km to Camp John Hay / Ayala Technohub area. Near to city's town proper (about 3-4 km). Close proximity to best and unique Baguio restaurants (Forest House, Cafe by the Ruins, Mario's, Hill Station, and etc.), malls, parks, schools, churches, hospitals, and others. The place is good for barkada adventurers, business travelers (company outings), big families, and big groups.

The Space:

The listing has 5 bedrooms, 20 beds, and can accommodate total of 20 persons. Each person will have its own bed and bedding.
Spacious bedrooms complete with 4" thick Uratex foam mattress, bedding, and equipped with customized wooden double decks beds, ordered at Tagaytay furniture makers.
Spacious common receiving areas, dining rooms, and toilet and baths.
Provided with customized Tagaytay furniture, granite counter tops, 50" internet TVs, and high speed fiber optic internet wifi connection (20mbps plan).
Provided with refrigerators, gas stove with LPG, rice cooker, and kitchen utensils where you can cook your own food.
Spacious roof deck for grilling, dining, parties, and others while viewing the 360 degree view of PMA, John Hay and Sto. Tomas mountain ranges.
Daniella's garden with nipa hut good for reading books, dining, scheduled bonfire, and others
Parking spaces good for 5-7 cars.
24/7 water supply

Guests Access:

Daniella's garden with nipa hut good for reading books, dining, scheduled bonfire, and others
Roof deck with 360 degree view of PMA, Camp John Hay, and Sto. Tomas mountain ranges.
Parking spaces good for 5-7 cars.
Private guests entrance.
Guests 24/7 support of our Doorman to ensure wonderful and enjoyable stay.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Is early check in and late check out time allowed?

Check-in is 2pm and check-out is 12nn. We are always fully booked. We request that check in and check out time be kept religiously. We need a 2hrs window to clean, change linens, and etc.

2. What if we exceed 20 guests?

Additional Php500/pax/night shall be paid upon check in for extra persons beyond 20, regardless of whether adult or child, and payable upon check in to our Doorman.

Additional room/s complete with bed and bedding shall be issued to accommodate extra persons.

3. Why charge for children?

We will need to provide each child with its own bed and bedding. Our standard single person beds can accommodate only one person. Enfolding in a child is not advisable and possible.

4. What is the maximum number of persons that your listings can accommodate?

We can accommodate total of 42 persons. It will be house in our 2 listings or 2 floors, with total of 10 bedrooms, 8 T&Bs, 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms, 2 dining rooms, and a 300 square meters of roof top for events/team building activities, complete with chairs and tables. Also, a spacious garden with Nipa hut and bonfire facility, for other scheduled family or group activities.

5. Do we have to bring our own cooking equipment and utensils?

There is no need for that since the listings have:

utensils plates, spoon, fork, knives, coffee mugs, drinking glass, and etc.
pots, pans, kettle, and etc.
rice cooker and refrigerators
gas stove with lpg
others soy sauce, vinegar, cooking oil, dishwashing liquid, and sponge

Such facilities are for basic cooking and no-frills meals.

6. Is the tap water safe for cooking?

Yes, tap water is safe for cooking. We do use it ourselves.

For drinking water, you can buy them in the sari-sari store beside our place. A 5 gallon water dispenser can be requested to our Doorman for you to refill. Or you can buy the same to groceries, and bring them with you. This is true if you are picky in buying such to a sari-sari store. We are not issuing this for free. This is true to provide our guests better preference, and avoid untoward issues later on.

7. Do you have a wifi internet connection?

Yes, we have. We have a 20mbps fiber optic plan. The highest plan that the service provider could offer. You can ask our Doorman for the password and eventual internet connection.

8. How about TV?

Yes, we have 50 SMART TV. Apart from watching TVs, you can also browse and do your You Tube, and others. The TV is already connected to the internet for your easy browsing of the web, and eventual enjoyment.

9. What about the beddings and toiletries?

We provide complete bedding, pillows and blankets. Towels, and small packets of soap, shampoo, conditioner, and toothpaste, or basic hygiene kits are not provided.

10. Where can we buy those stuff in case we forgot to bring?

There is a sari-sari store beside our property. However, with limited brand to offer. Better yet buy those to the groceries along your way, and bring them with you.

11. Do you have shower heaters?

Yes, our T&Bs are equipped with shower heaters. Also, we guarantee 24/7 water availability. Other parts of Baguio dont have this kind of privileged.

12. Why pets are not allowed?

We love dogs. We have 2 dogs in our place but stationed outside our home and listings. In the past, we do accept guests with pets and ask them to keep their pets out of the listings. We offered and requested them to station it in our roof top. However, this didn't went well for most of our guests. There are guests who still take their pets inside our listings (so long they are not caught) creating unwanted droppings, and scattered fur on our couch, beddings, and mattresses. This opted us not to accept pets anymore.

13. What are your amenities for guests to enjoy?

We have a spacious roof top complete with chairs and tables. You can do your events or team building activities while viewing a 360 degree view of Camp John Hay, Philippine Military Academy, and Sto. Tomas (where La presa is), mountain ranges.

We also have garden with nipa hut and bonfire facility for you to enjoy some of your activities in a chilly cold weather at night.

14. Where is your location?

We are about 1km from Camp John Hay where Ayala Technohub is. We are near entry and exit routes to various Baguio tourists spots bypassing the traffic within the business center.

For direction going to our place, it would be helpful if you have waze apps, key in our address 2024 Baguio Apartments, P5 Lower Dagsian Rd. Baguio City, via Loakan Upper Dagsian route.

For direction if no waze apps, from Baguio town proper, take the route proceeding to Camp John Hay gate 1, where Ayala Techno Hub is, and about 200 to 300m from there, turn right, then at same distance turn left at exactly near or in front Pablo sari sari store, (you are on the right direction if you are able to pass J P Laurel Elementary School), straight ahead, then turn left at Dagsian PUJ terminal then straight ahead. Upon reaching dead end of the road turn left. You reach your destination if you see a white house with pine tree inside the parking area, marked with 2024.

15. Is the listing senior or pwd friendly?

The listing is not senior or pwd friendly mainly because of the stairs to climb. However, we hosted a group of seniors who were able to enjoy staying in our place. And even suggested to put railings on stairs and shower heaters which we did. Also, a family with seniors or pwd in wheelchair. We did carry the pwd up and down the stairs, which is perfectly fine. So in short, its how guests perceived it. Baguio is a hilly place with ups and downs. Expect all listings in Baguio with stairs to climb. Otherwise, we strongly suggest to book to a hotel with elevators, if such is a real concern.

16. Is there a mandatory quiet hours?

Yes. Quiet hours start at 11pm as per barangay ordinance. However, you can still do your events and others with tolerable noise at no time limit.

The location of our place is very peace and quiet. We need to respect our neighbors as they normally sleep early. And they are not use to a city life where people are awake even in wee hours.