Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Azalea Residences Baguio

Baguio has been a great stop to most of my favorite spots in the Cordillera region. setting out or returning from these trips can be too tiring that one would require a stay in the city of pines. a great new add to the summer capital of the Philippines are the cozy and relaxing rooms of Azalea Residences.
set along Leonard Wood road near the entrance to the Teacher's Camp. for a person like me who likes walking around Baguio, a walk from Session Road to Azalea is just about 30minutes and a quick 10-15minute ride by taxi.
though it is still within the city area, it is set apart from the busy main roads making it a tranquil spot. luxurious rooms from deluxe, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom accommodations gives you options to maximize your stay in Baguio.
the newly opened dining area offers a breakfast buffet with sotanghon soup as one of my favorite. fried and crispy fish, fresh fruits and fruit juice completes the healthy breakfast set. lunch and dinner available with sumptuous Filipino dishes like Fried Bangus, Sinigang and Kare-kare.
overall, i particularly like best, the comfortable rotating chair, the collapsible sofa beds on all its suite rooms, the extra pillows and the free wi-fi access at the lobby and on the rooms. on our stay there, it actually made us feel like we just want to stay on our room the entire day. rooms are best for staycation. experience a holiday haven!
check out their special discounted rates this summer on the link below:
Summer Family Fun Package

Azalea Residences Baguio is fully-equipped with the following amenities:
Wi-fi Connection
Coffee Lounge
Outdoor-covered area for parties and conference
All-day in-room dining
Business Center
24-hour doctor on call
In-room safe
Handicapped Accessible
Safety Deposit Box
Spa and Massage services
NDD, DDD and DID connect
Driver's lounge and sleeping dormitories
Transporation arrangements to and from Manila
Tour arrangements and vacation services
Laundry and Dry Cleaning

Azalea Residences Baguio
Leonard Wood Loop 
Brgy. M. Roxas 
Baguio City

Manila reservations:
Tel: (632) 579-4890, (632) 579-4894
Mobile: (63917)861-1641
Baguio reservations:
Tel: (6374) 442-8888

Altitude: 1500 MASL 
City: Baguio
Region: Cordillera
Island: Luzon

Distance from Manila: 295KMs
GPS Location: 
16' 24'' 52 N
120' 36'' 25 E



I like the chair in the living room. Ang ganda ng Azalea. Ang tagal ko ng di nakakapag Baguio. Macheck nga website nila. Hope affordable rates nila.

Very nice photos, Idol. :)

Chyng said...

howkey.. nainggit ako ng very light. if only wala pa kaming lakad ni Dyan, naexperience ko din sana ang luxury ng azalea.. pero since wawarlahin ako ni Dyan - aabang nalang ako next invite. =)

Pinay Travel Junkie said...

Winner ang bed may rose petals! Pang honeymoon <3

XoXo said...

Wow, I am now imagining the breakfast you've just enumerated... I love the lighting on your photos as well.

XoXo said...

Wow, I am now imagining the breakfast you've just enumerated... I love the lighting on your photos as well.

escape said...

>Rizalenio, i believe i spent a lot of time on that chair. dami na ring bagong makikita sa baguio kung matagal ka na di nakapunta.

>Chyng, saya nyo naman ata ni Dyanie. hehehe...

>Gay, i expected that! hahaha... the room which i took that photo was actually set for honeymoon. just one of those specially prepared room offered by Azalea.

>Prem, thanks! you'll definitely love the local dishes.

John Marx Velasco said...

Ang ganda lahat ng shots mo especially the last one.

Second runner up for posting Azalea, sa weekend pa ako! =)

Edmar Guquib said...

Natawa ako sa comment ni Gay, haha.

Love the interios, soothing, relaxing at very minimalistic ang pagkakatingin ko. Sarap matulog dito Sir Dong!

Photo Cache said...

i'm sure fully booked yan this holy week.

Micamyx|Senyorita said...

Kasama dapat ako dito eh huhu dapat pala pumunta pa rin ako straight from the airport haha. Waiting for the next invite and yep, waiting for our next trip :D

escape said...

>Marxtermind, salamat! aabangan namin yan.

>Edmaration, yes. interior is really nice. i hope you get to try Azalea too.

>Photo Cache, most likely.

>Mica, oo nga. we had a great time kasi makukulit din ang mga sumama.

Axl Powerhouse Network said...

aayii.. ang sosyal hahaa....
ang ganda ng place to be... sana pala diyan na lang ako nagstay yung nagbaguio ako hahaa,,,
master di mo nilagay kung how much yung spa nila hehehe...

alicesg said...

A lovely and comfortable place to relax especially on a holiday to relax.

travelentz said...

that's a comfortable place to relax and unwind.

ardee sean said...

i wanna go back to baguio, parang dito ako mag-iistay... hehe.. ganda!!

Ichan said...

Nice! nakakarelaks nmn ung itsura ng rooms. ganda ng shots nu sa room at food =)

escape said...

>Axl, great choice for your next trip to Baguio. you can visit the website to assure updated rates.

>Alicesg and Travelentz, it sure is.

>Ardee, that'll be great!

>Ichan, salamat ng marami. even more when you're there.

docgelo said...

wow, this is making pinoy tourism better. at least madami at magaganda na ang choices when it comes to accomodation in baguio.

this one is nice, dom!
sosyalin, hehe!

Elal Lasola said...

Gondo nomon. At ang bilis mag post!Hehe Akala ko ikaw yung first nag post. Nahiya na ko mag post ng saken. Lol :P

Kara / Travel Up said...

Azalea looks like a nice cozy, place to stay. Cool layout for the photos. :)

OLAN | The Travel Teller said...

Copy, napaka-cozy ng place! Parang APO VIEW HOTEL. Hahahahaha. :)

lakwatserong tatay said...

wow...ang ganda ng place...syempre lalo na yung mga shots...ang gaganda...^_^..

saan po ba ang sunod na invite nyo?
sana masama po ako sa recepient nyo ha...^_^

The Nomadic Pinoy said...

it's definitely a great idea to stay at least a night in Baguio after gallivanting around in the Cordilleras. After hiking in Pulag, those that trekked with me went straight for the bus bound for Manila - ako naman, I stayed actually close to where you stayed kasi nasa Leonard Wood St. near Teacher's Camp din - di nga lang kasing chic ng tinirhan mo.

Jovial Wanderer said...

Sarap naman nitong trip nyo. Namimiss ko na magstay sa magandang hotel. hehe..Btw - here's my tribute post to you -

Ndi muna ako maglog in sa FB or Twitter, yun ang love offering ko for Holy Week. Ahahaha! :P See ya around.

joei ♥ said...

Nice! Another option when we go to Baguio! I bet ang daming tao dun ngayon ;)

joan | the backpack chronicles said...

Namiss ko bigla ang malambot na kama ng Azalea. Sarap lang matulog! Kelan kaya tayo makabalik dyan?

turista project said...

looks so modern for baguio but that's a good alternative. makes one forget the possibility of baguio ghosts moving around just coz the muebles and other trappings are brand new LOL

Gem said...

Galing! Yung ilaw doon sa restaurant ang ginamit mo sa final pic! I keep on thinking how you took a picture at that angle (don't tell me you have to take one of resto's seats to take a pic at that angle), hehe.

Hope to see you again!

lucy Andersons said...

A very nice place. Massage can truly make you feel relaxed after a very tired day....Massage Orlando

Unknown said...

sarap naman ng free accomodation. penge naman ng invites!:p

Unknown said...

I can't view some of the photos. :( I'm excited to visit Azalea as well! ☺

Stew said...

I love the intricacy of the modern interiors in that hotel room. Are those locally manufactured there or perhaps bought from furniture los angeles stores? I hear their collections are pretty impressive too!

Mike Anderson said...

That couch is perfect and I need it in my living room. Anyone knows where can I get one?

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Anonymous said...

Azalea is actually a nice place to be except for footstep sounds you hear when you sleep at night and people talking outside plus the sound of the cocks from the balcony. The food? Its in a 50-50 level not worth the money you pay. The service is good at the front office and cheers to the housekeepers. The building is really nice and new. But bit expensive compared to some better hotels in Baguio. The supervisors are a little rude and the fixtures inside the rooms are nice but easily broken, has water problems and heater problems and most of all the internet wi-fi sucks!service is too slow for room service same goes with the room check in and security guards visibility and I heard some rooms were even entered by some burglers and stool a laptap and money... Not safe at all.... Not even worth your money.


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