Azalea Residences Baguio Your Summer Haven

Staycations are amazing! They are even more fun when you're with a fun group. Well, that's what happend... in Baguio! Yeah, Azale...

Staycations are amazing! They are even more fun when you're with a fun group. Well, that's what happend... in Baguio! Yeah, Azalea invited a group of bloggers to experience staycation in one of the summer capitals in the Philippines, Baguio. Azalea Residences Baguio is located at Leonard Wood Loop, Brgy M. Roxas. It's actually near a lot of establishments and landmarks in the area.
The place looks beautiful in day and at night. As you can see, the day photo on a different angle, they have a small playground there for the kids, perfect for family getaway, friends get-together or family retreat. The place is spacious, breezy and has that out of town feel. Maybe it's the colors or a touch of Baguio in its interiors by it had that cottage and getaway feel.
The rooms I stayed in was the two-bedroom suite, shared it with John Bueno of Kumagcow.com and Duane Bacon from DuaneBacon.com. Two decent rooms, one is a master's bedroom and a sofa that can be converted to a bed.
We also visited their three-bedroom suite which is bigger and can accommodate around 7 pax. Two regular rooms, 1 master bedroom and one sofa bed. All room types of Azalea Baguio Residence has a fully functioning kitchen. Complete with utensils, cookware, stove and microwave.
In case you go hungry, Azalea Baguio Residences has a restaurant called Tradisyon. This also serves the breakfast of the guests. Their food is decent and affordable.
If you want a night cap, they have the eight degrees lounge. A small area in the corner where guests can quickly grab a cold one or any drinks they would like. Wide selection from juices, shakes, local beers, cocktails and others.

If you want to know the rates of Azalea Baguio, check it out below. 
Azalea has a lot of establishments nearby that you can visit. They also have shuttles on the way to certain spots in Baguio and takes you back at a certain time. So it's pretty convenient for others to go around. If you want recommendations on where to visit when you're in Baguio, check out my next post on it.
Peak Season includes Panagbenga Festival, Holyweek, Christmas & New Year Holiday, and Special Long Weekends. Plan your vacation, visit http://www.azaleabaguio.com/ for more info. Feel free to call them on their hotel trunk lines. (6374) 4248712 |  (6374) 4248713

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