- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- No parking is available onsite.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel Elizabeth Baguio3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
the hotel is so nice and our room is Executive Suite.Big room 2 baths and bathtub. i just hate the cable in tv i cant watch to my favorite channel. the internet is so slow mostly when raining and morning.the food is okay. the personel is soo kind and always fast to greet you.for me i love our room.
We were here for the holy week and it was such a nice decision to book a stay here. We booked the family room with 3 bedrooms (penthouse 2). It was very spacious and clean. Although there were molds on the restroom tiles but tolerable. One bedroom has king size bed and the two other bedrooms has two double beds each. There were two toilets and bath. Hotel staff were nice. Breakfast was good with enough selection of food. We were charged Php330 for each kid during breakfast, which is fine because the kids liked the foods. Location is great, near Mines View, The Mansion, and Wright Park. Cons, I don't think they have a service elevator . Hotel staff with carts would join customers in the elevator which is totally fine, however, there are only two elevators which are small. Another thing, on our second night, the cleaners left a note looking for a face towel. There should be 6 face towels in the room, however, we did not even count the towels when we got there the first day so we could not prove whether we were provided with 6 or not. During my check-out they were charging me Php60 for it. After paying Php60, and almost leave the hotel, the staff called me back again apologizing because she told me that they found the other face towel already. Petty thing but annoying because of a hassle. I don't think they even counted the towels when they clean the room.
Once you get past the polished entry and perfectly manicured landscaping the Hotel Elizabeth is a disappointment. First of all, it’s VERY loud. Most of the noise comes from staff chattering around on their very loud handheld radios at all times of the day and sporadically through the night. The rooms and furnishings are dated and in disrepair. The sliding door to our balcony would not stay locked and it was the same for the couple we were traveling with. Breakfast was fairly extensive but the quality was average at best and the hot food was ice cold one morning as no one had bothered to light the burners to keep things warm. If you stay, keep an eye on your bill during checkout. There were numerous problems with ours...including added charges, and even a dinner charge that was clearly for another room. We were not initially presented receipts for review at checkout and had to ask to see them. The desk person simply gave us our total and asked for payment. Landscaping is impeccable with a beautiful array of flowers and plants as you drive up. The entry and lower level are polished and clean. Security is good and the staff at the drive up were always friendly and courteous.
I booked my stay at Hotel Elizabeth through Booking.com in November 2017 for a 2 nights stay in March 2018. I got a good discount, thank you! The Executive Suite at the 3rd floor is a very comfortable place to stay, the king size bed is huge for 3 persons, with 2 toilet and baths (one shower and one bath tub), 2 flat TVs--on the sala and bedroom, the sala has a sofa-bed, the kitchen is well-equipped with a small ref and a microwave, plus a round dining table with 4 seats. Hot water is available anywhere, shower, bath and kitchen sink. The room is very clean, with no smell at all. The sala and bedroom both have a terrace with a view of the garden. The staff are always courteous. However, I tried to borrow a flat iron, as what I did in other hotels, but the room service did not allow because they have a full staff for ironing services (my lace and organza gown costs P400). Perfectly fine. Thank you, I'm going back. Highly recommended if you want a quiet place away from the noisy Session Road. This Hotel is a stones-throw away from Mines View and Wright Park.
The 3-night stay at Hotel Elizabeth was a breeze from online booking up to the moment we checked-out. The rooms are adequately spacious and clean, although some cosmetic wear on the veranda are visible and need to be repaired. The buffet breakfast was splendid. Our guest from Indonesia enjoyed the variety of food to choose from. She really enjoyed her stay.
Hotel Elizabeth is located at Felipe Street corner Gibraltar Road near Mines View Park, Wright Park and The Mansion. This hotel was designed by Tessa Preto Valdez, an interior designer famous for wearing eye catching colourful outfits and accessories that matches her bubbly personality. We’re a group of 6 adults with 2 kids below 8 years booked at the hotel’s Deluxe Family Room. It is a big room with 6 single beds, a small dining table, a mini ref, wifi access and safety deposit box inclusive of breakfast. We have no view in our room since it is located at the basement annex of the hotel. But we have a veranda which is accessible from the room. We moved the 2 single beds next to each other by removing the side table so that the 2 kids could sleep with their parents. If you’re doing the same, make sure you put the side table and the beds back where they belong for courtesy sake. What I liked about our room aside from it being very spacious and clean is that the bathroom has 2 shower rooms, it saved us a lot of time in the morning and at night. Make sure to have breakfast at the outdoor terrace to feel the cold breeze (depending on the season) with the view of the pine trees and the garden outside. Nothing beats the scent of fresh flowers and pine trees while enjoying your first meal of the day. Buffet breakfast selection includes pancakes, omelettes, cereals, corned beef, tapa, tocino, adobo and fish While children below 12 years can stay in the hotel room for free (max of 2 kids), free breakfast is not included. You may ask the hotel beforehand as to how much is their breakfast charge for kids below 8yrs old. I forgot my shawl hanging at the back of my chair during breakfast twice and would always find it at the lost and found area near the dining area. Another plus is that parking is free!!! Before you head out to explore Baguio, take some time taking pictures in and out of the hotel. Picturesque areas are the hotel’s facade, the gazebos in their outdoor garden, the staircase that leads to the lobby, the lobby itself, the fireplace and the outdoor terrace. Overall, if you’re travelling as a family or as a group, I highly recommend this hotel and the deluxe family room that we booked.
The hotel is very nice and romantic, with excellent view of the pine trees! The staff are nice and friendly. The room was clean, and food was not bad. It's perfect for couples. We won't mind staying again.
We stayed here last January,I was a bit hesitant at first but my visit became awesome. One of the reason that I will be going back to this hotel are the people.. They are very friendly. Elsa of front office has been very helpful. Breakfast buffet was also very good. Will definitely go back!
This is my worst booked hotel in all my travels around the Philippines and the world. It started when I chose the hotel from a booking site because of its reasonable price and availability on pay at the property arrangement. When my card was billed it was higher by 30% than in my confirmation booking. Nothing was written that there will be other charges. Our booking was for 2 quadruple rooms and 2 deluxe rooms are effectively prepaid a week before we went there. We arrived at Hotel Elizabeth at 1:30am ( technically just leaving us 10.5 hours of stay) because we came from a medical mission. The male(?) receptionist from hell whose name skipped my memory took his time processing our check in ( 45 minutes) asking for IDs, another P4,000 cash deposit because they cannot have my card on float, asked us to email our booking confirmation so they can print it even if I showed it on my phone, fill up and sign so many forms and finally encoding/release of key cards. Whew! We only have less than 10 hours left. But here is the best line " it is good you made it before 2am otherwise we will bill you additional for late check in. For what? For waking the receptionist from hell in his beauty sleep. Note: the rooms are prepaid a week before we get there. For the facility, the rooms are old, the bathroom tiles have eeky dark stain you see in abandoned houses, the bed is so hard that my daughter said is like sleeping on top of the table, signs that say be careful in using their towels or linen that if you stain them you will be penalized and a lot of dont do acts. Not a single moment I feel like a guest. Lastly, the hotel personnel needs training in basic customer service and propriety as they talk to each other so loud as if there are no guests around. Never again!
One of the best place I encountered to stay with. Aside from being mid-priced rate, you will encounter how good to see the ambience from the outside. Crews are polite and easy to approach as well. I will recommend it!
- 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.
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.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
63.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 284 reviews