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Hotel Elizabeth Baguio

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I needed a s place to stay in Baguio where I can just relax after an adventurous activity so I chose this hotel because of the area; it is quiet, far from the maddening crowds and traffic. I booked the De Luxe Queen Room for two nights. The room is big, which is quite refreshing from other hotels/hostels which can be claustrophobic . The bathroom is OK, water pressure from the shower is very good and water heater worked. I just wished that they have bidet installed. From what I read from other reviews, the hotel has been there since 2005 but if they will make some renovations, they can still make other hotels in Baguio run for their money. The breakfast buffet could do better, it has variety but they can make the food more flavourful. During my stay, there was an event in one of the function rooms, the noise of the guest (probably guests hanging out in the lobby) can be heard inside the room, so they need more sound proofing. All in all, I enjoyed my stay; staff courteous and helpful; my request were fulfilled quickly, I think the hotel surpassed my expectations too. I would go back again.

we were there last dec 9 &10. we were having second thoughts initially with this hotel because we usually use hotels inside the camp john hay, usuallu le mone t or forest lodge. but those 2 hotels are fully booked so this is our first time to book hotels outside of camp john hay. fortunately, this was a good choice. it is very affordable. the rooms are spacious, the toilet and bathroom are clean and well equipped and with good water heater. the toiletries and complimentary tea and coffee are abundant.i like the small garden with gazebo which is highly maintained. lots of flowering plants with good colors. the only downside is the breakfast buffet. although several choices are available, the menu doesnt seem to be for breakfast, pancit palabok, chicken fillet, mechado,. but there are the traditional breakfast items, pancake, congee, etc.the only problem will be for those without own transpo since it seems difficult to call for a taxi, maybe grab or uber will be better alternative. all in all, good value for money. will surely return again.

We checked in the hotel last Dec.30-Jan.1 at Hotel Elizabeth. Left Cavite at around 3am and arrived in the hotel by 830am. We were assisted by Orange at the Front Desk. I commend her for being professional and accommodating to our requests. We were assisted by the Manager in charge. Sorry forgot her name. We were checked in at Room 105 at Santorini area. Room was great. Clean and organized. Thank you to the housekeeping and bellman staff who assisted us. Bathroom like hot water was reliable. Breakfast at the restaurant is something to look forward. Few choices of menu but the quality is good. Few points to consider, my comments and suggestions: 1. Internet connection is really terrible. Hope you can do something with it. It is intermittent. Called the night of 30 to check but front desk was not helpful to me. 2. Kindly provide elevator or like mini escalator at the basement. I know and it is written in your website about the disclaimer of the room but we felt bad for the bellman staff of carrying our things using the stairs. We have heavy boxes and luggages so please consider this especially for your staff. 3. Invest in bidet. Over all, we had a great time! I will go back to your property. More power and cheers!

We spent our holidays here for 4 days and 3 nights. -Prompt and good service -Clean room -Very satisfying food in buffet (hindi tinipid) -Surprise complimentary gift for our first wedding anniversary -Courteous staff

My family and i went to Baguio last Dec 27th, by the way before we go any further , id like to remind everyone that during our stay (month of December) traffic was freaking BAD, cars were not moving literally, so most of the time we just stayed inside the hotel room. Baguio is totally different now compared to 10 years ago. We stayed in this hotel for 3 days and 2 nights. I'd say Hotel Elizabeth is one of the best hotels i have ever stayed in Baguio despite of some cons that i have observed Pros: > walking distance to Wright Park, Shakey's and Pizza Volante (open 24/7) > rooms are big with balcony > clean beddings and pillows > nice CR > decent breakfast buffet > staff were relatively nice Cons: > location is a bit far from session road (where most of the best restaurants are located) > no ACs, good thing the weather was cold so it was not really an issue but what happens if i go there during summer i bet its going to be hot > the only opportunity with regard to the washroom is it doesnt have a bidet > dont order their ala carte menus

Spent two days and one night at Hotel Elizabeth with five other people. The hotel is walking distance away from Wright Park. We booked a room with four single beds and paid extra for two rollaway beds. Our room was on the floor right below the lobby, and there was NO ELEVATOR. Please take note of this if you are placed in a room on this particular floor. The room itself was a outdated and felt a bit musty. Because of Baguio's weather, we did not have an air conditioner, but there was an overhead fan. Keeping the windows open also helped keep the room cool, but the person who slept furthest away from the window mentioned it got a little warm. Also, where we were located gave us a view of the side garden walkway, which was nice, except that every once in a while, you are in plain view of visitors or maintenance workers who walk by if your curtains are drawn open. There are stairs that lead to a gazebo in a separate garden area. The hotel has some birds in cages there as well. The turn-off was that the garden is separated from a wooded area by a wall, but that didn't stop a pretty large mouse/rat from scurrying onto the hotel's side, as the wall wasn't completely blocked off at the bottom. Our reservation came with a free breakfast buffet at the lobby level restaurant. The spread was a mix of American and Filipino dishes - eggs, bacon, pancakes, beefsteak, Spanish anchovies, mushroom soup, and even a green smoothie station, to name a few. My only complaint is that the restaurant has a rather strict dress code, even for the hotel guests. You have to wear shoes (no open toed sandals or slippers) and "proper" pants (no pajamas/sport shorts). The lady in the front turned my cousin and me away for the footwear the first time and did not mention the pajamas rule, so we got turned away a SECOND time. I highly suggest the hotel make their dress code known with a visible sign to prevent guests from having to keep leaving and coming back to change. Overall, I wouldn't return to this place. If you just need a cheap place to stay in Baguio for a night, the Hotel Elizabeth will do, but if you're looking for more from your hotel experience, look elsewhere, as it is lacking.

Near Wright Park and along Gibraltar road, this is a good place to stay in Baguio. There is a jeepney route that passes the hotel so you do not need to drive thru the city’s horrendous traffic. The rooms need a bit of refurbishing (the hotel opened in 2005) but they are very clean and were kept clean throughout our stay. We got a suite and it was very spacious, comfortable and quite complete. Sleep quality was excellent as beds, beddings and pillows were all new. I cannot say enough good things about the staff, who were all helpful, attentive and gracious. Service merits 5 stars! I have read mixed reviews about ths food and yes, while the buffet is well stocked the food is not that great. But there are so many good places to eat in Baguio that we did not mind this at all, gave us an excuse to go out walking and have a better breakfast outside the hotel. We will definitely be back!

The staff are friendly. The place is quiet. But the walls are paper thin. Try to get rooms without connecting doors as we could hear muffled conversations from the adjacent room. Water heater does not work continuously and oscillates between warm and cold. They serve breakfast buffet which is great if you want to get full for the day. Nothing spectacular about the food but we don't have any complain. There's also a lot of parking and is definitely car friendly. Not so sure though if you're just commuting as the place is away from the city center. Overall, you may want to try the newer hotels if you're looking for a basic hotel but with a more appropriate price. However, it's not a bad place to book if you've run out of hotels to choose from rather than the other shadier places.

We stayed in this hotel for 2N and 3days. We were 7 in total. 4 adults and 3 teens. The hotel is in a good and accessible location. They have enough parking spaces while getting a taxi is handy. As we enter the hotel, the appearance of the lobby is modest. Receptionist is attentive and courteous The rooms and bathrooms are clean but the hot shower was cold not even lukewarm. The rooms are NOT sound proof, we could hear the noise made by cars outside and kids running/playing i the hallway. But the GREATEST DISAPPOINTMENT WAS THE BUFFET BREAKFAST. One the first morning, the choices were limited, the corned beef and fried rice was very oily. We asked for fried eggs which took a century of waiting. On the second morning guests were told NO BUFFET BREAKFAST, per order only and we can order only once. We order tocilog which again took ages. A couple of foreigners left disappointed with the waiting time they decided to leave. I wouldnt recommend this hotel.

I like how considerate the staffs are when they allowed me to early check-in. The room is spacious and I've got a good view of the mountains. The Balcony/Terrace on the other hand is pretty small but is good enough for that morning coffee session. The bed sheets are very clean and the room was well maintained. The buffet selection for my free breakfast was great too! What I didn't like is the expensive food in their hotel room service menu but other than that I still enjoyed the place especially that it's situated very near Baguio's famous tourist spots and restos. If you want a quiet and peaceful stay, This is the place.

No.1, Felipe Street corner Gibraltar Baguio Benguet

Hotel highlights

  • Free breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Hotel Elizabeth Baguio places you within a leisurely stroll of The Mansion and Baguio Botanical Garden. This 3-star hotel has 69 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. Mines View Park and Teachers Camp are also nearby.


Free breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a bite to eat at Flora Cafe, the hotel's onsite restaurant.


All 69 rooms feature refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free bottled water, ceiling fans, and safes.

Property features

Guests of Hotel Elizabeth Baguio enjoy a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations. This hotel also has a business center.

Room options

Deluxe Quadruple Room (Stairs Accessible Only)

Twin 4 | Sleeps 5

Executive Suite

Queen 1 | Sleeps 6

Deluxe Double Room

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

63% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 271 reviews