Diplomat Hotel, Baguio

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  • the place is good to visit in the morning. when you are with toddlers, be with them at all times specially when at the 3rd floor most of the walls in the terrace have big holes in it as part of the de...  more »
  • it was a historical DIY tour. the place is beautiful and a must visit because of its rich history and glamorous aesthetics. it is high up, one of the highest point of Baguio city and extremely quiet. ...  more »
  • One of the haunted place but its not too scary at all but I love the ruins of the old diplomat hotel. It's a 15-20 mins walk from the grotto.  more »
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  • This is my chosen site when I have my school documentation in Tour guiding as a tourism student, I as observed this is open for the entire tourist. Take note it has NO ENTRANCE FEE, Visitors are welcome! And also it safe to came here. I suggest if you came here bring a service car.
  • NOTE: Its a historical place and is not operating as a hotel. Its beautiful they are trying to restore it. A destination if you are ghost hunting or just want to visit relics of war. Creepy on some spots , then really scary until you see things on your photos. We should all pray for the souls that rested here.
  • If your looking for something different the Diplomat Hotel is worth checking out. It's known to be one of the most Haunted places in Philippines and the day we decided to go planned out perfectly there was a very heavy fog that day so it made the hotel more creepy looking and just walking through it there was an eerie feel to it. I recommend it to be one of ur stops whenever ur in Baguio
  • This is one of our favorite places to visit in Baguio. There's no entrance fee and although it is not pretty accessible from the city via commute (less you opt to ride a jeepney then walk some five minutes instead of hailing a cab or bringing a car), it's an amazing spot to see fog and pine trees on top of the infrastructure ruins (hopefully not some ghosts).
  • this place is so beautiful in the morning but creepy at the afternoon, perfect location for photo shoots :) and there's no entrance fee once you visit the historical diplomat hotel the only thing you do is to log your name when you enter , one of my favorite places in Baguio.

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Look for upscale accommodations near Burnham Park, where you can check into a room with views over the central green area. Some resorts farther out of the city center make use of the increase in space by offering pools, onsite restaurants, and other amenities. Bed and breakfasts provide the more budget-conscious traveler with a comfortable place to rest after a long day of adventuring. You'll find these establishments on the outskirts of town, or along the side streets in and around the city center.
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