Review: Azalea Residences BaguioSaturday, July 06, 2013
Azalea Residences in Baguio is a hotel along Leonard Wood Road near Teacher’s Camp. We stayed there for 3 days and 2 nights during our company’s anniversary outing. The place was amazing. The rate was very reasonable for its ambience and rooms. The staffs were friendly and hospitable. When we arrived in the hotel, they greeted us and they served us a drink (juice) from the bar while we were waiting for our rooms.
It was near Session road and to the other attractions in Baguio. We tried to be adventurous and made our way to Cathedral Church. It was fun to walk and to feel the cold breeze of Baguio but if I am in Manila, I would not dare to walk. I would be drench in massive sweat because of the intense heat that’s for sure. If you don’t want to walk you can ride a taxi. It was cheap. Azalea Residences to Session road only cost 47 pesos but only 4 passengers were allowed. We went to different places and I would dedicate a different blog post for it, stay tuned.
Here are the photos from Azalea Residences:
This is it!
The lobby when you look up. :)
The mini bar - we stayed here while waiting for our rooms.
Ta-da! The bed. I am so sad that I did not take photos of the whole room. I will just narrate what I saw. When you entered the room, you will see a mini kitchen and mini bar. Then, a mini living room with flat screen tv with dvd player. The sofa can be transformed into a bed, so in our room 4 people can stay. There was also a terrace on every room. Moreover, when you entered the bedroom you will see the bed (photo above). It has a flat screen tv and a closet and a mirror. I have no idea where was the aircon, they only have electric fans. (Super tipid nila sa electricity for sure, ang galing sa Baguio) Sometimes when you went out in your room or in the hotel, it is colder. Centralized aircon ang Baguio. Lamig! Amazing. =))
The fountain in front of the hotel. Just ignore my chubby face and chubby body and messy hair. LOL!
I recommend the place! XD
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