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Baguio has the monicker of being the Philippines' "summer capital" and while that may not necessarily be true nowadays you can't argue that the city still has it's charms despite the influx of people.
That being said, the Baguio Country Club the first among equals...More
Great service and friendly/accommodating staff
Good food (reasonably-priced and great tasting) "salmonized Bangus" is a must -try
Heated pool and bowling center
Tons to do within the hotel
Great breakfast buffet
Near to john hay ( also tons of activities/ restos here)
Hotel is located in a quiet place away from commercial areas. If you love nature go on this place. Get rooms fronting the golf course. It's an excellent view. Food at the veranda restaurant is very good and very fresh. Multipurpose hall is very nice...More
For this visit, we didn't stay at the BCC but we stopped by for an afternoon snack. I ordered cafe latte and brownies (not the coconut variant), with their raisin bread as standard pasalubong from Baguio. While waiting, the smell of paint/varnish wafted through the...More
Equating old to iconic since BCC has withstood throughout the years. Here is where you would experience Baguio's "Old Charm" out of town. My business trip was made balanced with my stay in the hotel. The day was filled with hustle from being busy in...More
Do you know anyone who can sponsor a guest? Im a non member
7 August 2015|
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Response from Will T | Reviewed this property |
Ask the club front desk if you can speak with either Larry Sorento, or Jan (pronounced Yan) Maas. You might also ask about playing with the eclectic group at 8am in the morning. You don't need to be a member to do so, and... More
Ask the club front desk if you can speak with either Larry Sorento, or Jan (pronounced Yan) Maas. You might also ask about playing with the eclectic group at 8am in the morning. You don't need to be a member to do so, and the cost is about $1000 pesos. Larry and Jan play with them regularly, though they both travel in and out of the Philippines a few times a year. Good luck!
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"Book early! This place gets booked real fast during peak seasons."