‘Best Hotels in Baguio’ band to boost city’s tourism agenda

The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay

THE management of the so-called Best Hotels of Baguio City have committed to continue finding ways of making the city’s tourism program better and contribute to the accomplishment of the city’s tourism goals.

The Manor and The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay and the Baguio Country Club invited their community partners to a “Triple Treat” recently to show their resolve in working together to continue their excellent service and offering the best of the city to the public.

Maricar Ayala of Camp John Hay said Triple Treat was a celebration of the many successful years of collaboration between the three hotel establishments, that took advantage of having similar activities and services by sharing their resources in hosting guests and sponsoring tourist activities.

“This wonderful coming together of the three best hospitality establishments has been crafted to show you, our valued guestst, what we can offer—a symphony of comfort, luxury, incredible view and service excellence,” The Manor General Manager Ramon Cabrera said.

He said they have never wavered in their commitment to work harmoniously with their business and industry partners in delivering excellent service and ensure the lives of their employees and the community improve, as well.

Cabrera also took the opportunity to thank their patrons for their continued support. “We would not have stood the test of times without your help.”

For years, Camp John Hay and the Baguio Country Club have been the hosting the annual Fil-Am Golf Tournament, which gathers the biggest number of golfers and guests in the city and which also adopted shared causes as a way of thanking the community, among other activities.

The Manor continues to set world standards for first-class hospitality since it opened its doors for business and pleasure, while The Forest Lodge offers a sprawling area away from the city’s hustle and bustle and where one can enjoy cool temperature in the middle of a pine forest.

The Baguio Country Club is the only five-star mountain resort in the country and boasts of various distinctions for promoting top-notch hotel experience through environment-friendly facilities and services.



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