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Le Monet Hotel: Commune with Nature at this Contemporary Stay

by Andrea Juanillo

Nestled within a convenient location in one of Baguio's famed tourist spots, Le Monet offers a modern getaway where nature's comforts are served to you on a silver platter.

Sprinkled with artful décor, this cozy hotel makes every corner pleasing to the eye with its aesthetic sophistication. Together with the refreshing scents of pines and sweeping views of Baguio's natural beauty, Le Monet Hotel is a place where one can truly be rejuvenated by nature.

Each room is decked with all the amenities you need. Sit back and relax in very comfy beds and take in the scenic mountain views from your rooms which are fan-ventilated so you get the full experience of the cool Baguio breeze.

Your home for the night is well-equipped with amenities modern day travelers will enjoy: LCD TV with internet access, hypoallergenic linens, heated toilet seat, and a balcony opening up to views of pine trees and pocket gardens with Baguio’s cool weather providing natural AC.

Deluxe Room

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Ideal for families, the Junior Suite features a spacious living room, 2 queen-sized beds, and a private balcony that opens to a sweeping view of the garden full of pine trees.

The One Bedroom Suite gives you a stay that goes far beyond your average vacation. It's furnished with 2 queen-sized beds with larger room space and with balconies that open to let the fresh Baguio breeze fill the room and indulge in a scenic view of the pine tree forests.

The Deluxe King is also designed for your comfort and modern conveniences. It boasts a larger room, a 1 king-sized bed, and your own balcony for that majestic garden view.

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Dinelli Gourmet is an all-day dining establishment offers traditional and modern cuisine made from fresh local produce. Coupled with a very charming ambiance, it makes for a great start to your food trip in the hotel with specialties by Corporate Chef Robby Goco.

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Wake up to a splendid choice of breakfast favorites, from classic Filipino fare to Western breakfast staples. I suggest you try the fresh farm raised eggs, cooked in any way you want—creamy scrambled eggs and the Le Monet signature Eggs Benedict included.

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Don’t let the cold weather or rainy season stop you! Le Monet takes pride in its own heated indoor swimming pool where you can enjoy a soothing dip despite of Baguio's climate. Marvel at the view of towering pine trees as your picture-perfect backdrop.

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Get a rejuvenating dose of pampering at the Vida Verde Spa. Let your tired bodies re-energize at the Vida Verde Spa with its Warm Bamboo and Stone Massage, Crystal Stone Facial Treatment, and many more. Modern workout facilities are also available for all guests at the Fitness Center.

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For more gastronomic pleasures, head to the row of restaurants at the Filling Station just a short walk away! Or, the Le Monet’s in-house Bakeshop is filled with freshly-baked goodies for a quick fix to your hunger pangs.

Another thing that we love about Le Monet? The genuine hospitality. From the staff to the managers, everyone here is committed to making your stay truly worth remembering

With its accommodating staff, a heated indoor pool, delectable dining options, a relaxing spa, and gorgeous ambiance— no wonder Le Monet Hotel has been ranked as TripAdvisor's No.1 Specialty Lodging in the City of Pines.

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About Andrea
Andrea is a traveler who walked away from her life in the cubicle to embrace a nomadic life. Five years and 20+ countries after, one thing has remained constant — the desire to keep moving. She travels (mostly) solo, slow, and always on the lookout for offbeat, local experiences and wherever her wanderlust takes her.

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