Offering outstanding accommodation at budget prices, Hotel Henrico Legarda is the perfect place to stay for business and leisure travellers alike.
Situated in a tropical setting, with comfortable furnishings and 66 rooms, this hotel provides a relaxing stay to its guests, with delicious food available at the on-site restaurant, along with a soothing atmosphere throughout.
Amenities include disabled access, 24 hour security, Wi-Fi, 24 Hour Front Desk, Room Service, coffee-shop, laundry/dry cleaning service, a family room, non-smoking rooms and a function room suitable for up to 500 people.
Hotel Henrico Legarda is located on Legarda Road, Bagio City
Baguio has become known as the "summer capital" of the country, offering a cultural, historical and scenic attractions which make it an important destination in the Philippines.
Bagio is 250km from Manila, the Philippines Capitol City
Hotel Address: Legarda Road, Bagio City
Flying from Manila: Fly in to Bagio Airport, a 45 minute trip
From Manila by Bus: The bus journey is 6 hours from Manila, and travels via the Kennon Road, Marcos Highway or Naguilian Road. Buses can be boarded at most of the Manila Bus Company's terminals (there isn't one central terminal) and timetables vary, with buses leaving from as early as 5am up to 6pm.
From Manila to Baguio by car, take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) from Quezon City until Clark and then hop onto the new Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) all the way north to Tarlac City, Tarlac.
From there, it's back to the old McArthur Highway to Rosario Junction, La Union. Motorists drive through the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac and Pangasinan and La Union (if via Marcos Highway) or Benguet (if via Kennon Road).
Of the three main routes leading up to Baguio, scenic Kennon Road is the shortest, taking only three-quarters to one hour from the foot of the mountains in Rosario, Pangasinan. However, this road is affected by landslides in the rainy season so should be approached with caution