Superior with Aircon
Php 2,800.00 with breakfast
Php 2,500.00 without breakfast
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+63 917 717 8381
+63 936 972 8181
+63 74 442 5597
Venus Parkview Hotel has become a landmark in Baguio City, where thousands of guests have enjoyed the warm smiles and the great food since 1976.
19 Kisad Road, Burnham Park Baguio City
Five major highways lead to Baguio City: An government unit independent from the province, Baguio City is located completely within Benguet, and is the gateway to the vast Cordillera region of Northern Philippines. It is accessible from various mountain highway systems that folks call the “zigag” (but mostly this refers to Kennon road, the most popular of them all) that snake through scenic mountains and hills, following the courses of rivers and traversing bridges, to get to that interesting little place affectionately called the City of Pines. locator map 1. Kennon Road has an entry point at Rosario, La Union, the old road that visitors from Manila and places south of the City of Pines love to take. 2. Marcos Highway has two entry points at Rosario and Agoo, both in La Union, and is favored for its wider lanes . 3. Naguilian Road is officially named Quirino Highway although no one really calls it that. Naguilian Road has an entry point at Bauang, La Union and is the road taken by travelers coming from northern Luzon provinces. 4. Halsema Road, passing through La Trinidad Valley – connects Benguet to Mountain Province (Sagada) and Ifugao (Banaue) and other places to the northeast. 5. Baguio-Nueva Vizcaya Road – connects Benguet to Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya, and is the newest access for those coming from provinces to the east of the city and is a great alternative to Halsema Road. So now you see that there are really more than two ways to get to Baguio City, depending on where you are coming from. Halsema and Nueva Vicaya Roads approach the Summer Capital of the Philippines from the northeast, while Naguilian Road, approaches from the north, while Kennon and Marcos Highway approach the city from the south. Manila to Baguio City From Manila take the NLEX up to Exit 85, to get to the SCTEX. Shift to the right lane and head for Baguio via Tarlac (going straight takes you to Subic). Drive the length of the SCTEX until the Tarlac City exit where you will turn left to a country road. Drive about 10km more, following road signs until you reach MacArthur Highway (+/- 120km total). Turn right to MacArthur Highway, pass through the remaining four towns of Tarlac province, and the length of Pangasinan province making no turns, till you reach Rosario, La Union (+/- 90km). Turn right at the Rosario junction to Kennon Road or go a little further (about 500 meters more) & turn right to the new entrance to Marcos Highway (+/- 30km/40km). By private transport, the trip from Manila usually takes just 4-5 hours during the day, and sometimes less at night. After all, the Summer Capital of the Philippines is just 240-250 km away. Night travel is much faster because there is less vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and fewer slow-moving public utility tricycles in the lowland provinces of Central Luzon plying their routes at night. Plus it is easier to overtake when you can see the headlights of oncoming vehicles.
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Venus Parkview Hotel is a 150-room hotel right across the famous Burnham Park and near Baguio City’s tourist attractions. Conveniently located near shopping malls, dining, entertainment, and transportation hubs.