G1 Lodge Design Hotel
Ignite your creativity with a stay at G1 Lodge Design Hotel in Baguio City. This newly opened design boutique hotel boasts a unique modern design that proudly showcases the Cordilleran culture.
Situated right along the bustling upper Session Road, its strategic location and functional spaces coupled with service excellence make it the ideal stay for an inspiring holiday in the city.
Its remarkable design has recently earned the distinction of Best Urban Hotel 2017 by Kohler Bold Design Awards Philippines.
2 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio
(074) 665 4825
(0917) 888 1864
About G1 Lodge Design Hotel
Honoring ancient aesthetics of the mountain region, the boutique hotel features a lobby with pine wood ceilings inspired by the curving of the mountainous Benguet terrain. Eco-friendly considerations such as the repurposed wood used in the stairs and the prominently displayed local art pieces show the commitment of this deluxe hotel to creating inspiring spaces.
Business Travelers: G1 Design Lodge Hotel’s convenient location in the Baguio Central Business District can be your ticket to success. Several BPO companies and corporate offices can be found minutes away from this premier hotel. You can also use the free wireless internet access to work comfortably inside your room.
Families: Exploring the City of Pines with the whole family has never been easier. The hotel offers ample-sized guest rooms suited for small families. A restaurant is also on site to cater to children’s sudden cravings.
Groups of Friends: Get ready to have an amazing time with your friends as the hotel is at the center of the city’s nightlife and entertainment. Share your thrilling discoveries after touring Baguio’s notorious haunted spots over glasses of cold brews on Session Road or try your luck in finding designer garb in one of the city’s ukay-ukay spots.
FEATURES & AMENITIES
Aside from Cordilleran-inspired architecture, Asian aesthetics can also be seen in the hotel’s Origami-inspired rooms, aptly classified into 5 room types: Butterfly, Swan, Flamingo, Panda, and Fox. You won’t find boring rectangular rooms here. Each well-appointed room features a unique shape and design. Even with the hotel’s busy location, rest and relaxation comes easy as the exceptionally clean rooms feature calming mountain views and comfortable mattresses with high thread count covers.
Raincoat Coffee: Baguio has the perfect weather for enjoying coffee. Head over to Raincoat Coffee and be energized by the robust flavor of full-bodied coffee while preparing for a busy day at the office or a stroll at Burnham Park.
Complimentary Meals: Depending on the occupancy, the hotel either serves a la carte breakfast meals or a Filipino breakfast buffet.
Free Wireless Internet Access: Whether you’re checking work emails or posting a photo of the stunning lobby on social media, you can easily connect to the complimentary wireless internet access inside the modern guestrooms.
This micro-hotel has an enviable location that provides good access to most of the top attractions in the Summer Capital of the Philippines. Public transportation is readily accessible outside this boutique hotel and several bus terminals are just 5 minutes away.
Tam-Awan Village: Learn about the rich culture and heritage of the Cordillera people through the interactive displays at the Tam-Awan Village. Dotted with traditional Cordillera Huts and filled with different mediums of local artistic expression, this village is a fine example of why Baguio is a UNESCO Creative City. Have a picnic on the grounds or watch cultural shows for a fee. You can also enjoy painting workshops in the village.
Laperal White House: Ghost hunters and horror aficionados never miss visiting this beautiful heritage house. This mysterious abode stands on Leonard Wood Road near the entrance of Teacher’s Camp. Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, the house is a stunning example of colonial architecture.
Diplomat Hotel: Listen to horror stories about Baguio and the Diplomat Hotel will always come up. Sitting atop Dominican Hill, this dilapidated hotel was said to be the site where priests and nuns were beheaded during World War II. The massive fountain is said to be one of its most haunted parts.
Session Road: Grab a cup of warm coffee and start walking along the busy streets of Baguio City’s commercial and entertainment mecca. Bars, cafes, shops, and restaurants line the street, ensuring visitors that there’s always something fun, exciting, or relaxing to do while strolling along Baguio’s most iconic thoroughfare.
SM Baguio: With this massive mall just across the G1 Design Lodge Hotel, you can spend your downtime shopping or dining. Traveling with the family is also easier as you can easily go out for supplies.
Camp John Hay: Imagine lofty pine trees rising from the fog and manicured gardens. These are the things you can find—and so much more—at Camp John Hay. Head to the Cemetery of Negativism and get rid of bad vibes. Exploring the Butterfly Sanctuary is great for families with little children. There are also plenty of picture-perfect picnic spots where you can relax and snack.