Le Monet Hotel in Baguio City: Things To Do and Places To Go

When a friend and I went to Baguio City a few weeks ago, it was my first time to stay inside Camp John Hay. Over the years, the city has improved entirely and we never expected that there are already a lot of things to do inside the camp aside from looking at tourist spots. Personally, I felt that it was better that we just stayed at Camp John Hay most of the time, since traffic gets worse in the city especially during rush hour.

Having said that, it was also an opportunity for us to explore more about where I've stayed, and Le Monet Hotel in Baguio got us covered really well. 

For one, you can hang out at the nearby Filling Station and check out some of the food stalls there. Running out of cash? There's also an available ATM here. 

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When I first arrived at Le Monet, the first thing I've taken interest in trying is KA, which serves Japanese fastfood. After pondering for a few minutes, I then decided to order Katsudon.

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Strawberries & Ice Cream is also a popular name in Baguio City that serves dessert items like sundaes and parfaits. I didn't really think of eating anything cold as of that moment.

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There's also a Titania Wine Cellar Branch at the Filling Station, which is very convenient especially if you are in need of wines.

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After a few minutes, we feasted on a hot bowl of Katsudon. This is a perfectly hot meal amidst the chilly weather in the city.

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Of course, you shouldn't forget to drop by the Le Monet Hotel Bakery and grab some freshly baked breads and pastries.

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Chocolate Chip Cookies, Croissants, Chocolate Crinkles, and Cinnamon Rolls are available when we got there.

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As well as sweet breads like the traditional ensaymada and other pastries.

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These cinnamon rolls does look fantastic!

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So as these freshly baked bread that's made from yogurt, if I'm not mistaken.

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I just loved munching on these brownies while driving. He's like a kid on steroids!

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During our stay in Baguio, there were some rains, though not really hard that it ruined our trip. I was lucky that the sun shone brightly the next morning, so I had the chance to roam around the Le Monet Garden.

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Feelin' this dramatic shot of Le Monet from the rear view of the building.

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Feel free to use the gym when you stay at Le Monet.

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Le Monet also has a function room, which is perfect for events and other private functions. I see that there's a birthday celebration coming up in this area.

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If you think you can't go swimming in Baguio because of the cold weather, then you are wrong. Le Monet Hotel also gives you access to use their heated pool when you stay there. It's not that deep so you're sure that your kids are safe to swim as well. Get to relax and unwind while gazing through the pine trees outside.

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You can also get a lot of gourmet finds at their flagship restaurant, the Dinelli Gourmet. There's a wide variety of specialty cheeses available...

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..,as well as housemade sausages and hotdogs.

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The only thing I wasn't able to do is spend some time at The Malt Room, which also doubles as an additional dining area when there are too many guests availing their buffet packages for breakfast and dinner. With all these activities, what more can you ask for?

Click to read the rest of my posts about Le Monet Hotel-Baguio:

How To Get To Le Monet Hotel in Baguio from Manila
Arriving at Le Monet Hotel Baguio + Rooms
Weekend Dinner Buffet at Le Monet Hotel - Dinelli Gourmet
Breakfast Buffet at Le Monet Hotel - Dinelli Gourmet

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