I know this has been long overdue (haven’t even finished sharing all my Hong Kong post) but I am trying my best to work on my backlogs and lets start on my Baguio trip last February.
If you have been following me on my Instagram, you probably already know that me and other fellow bisaya influencers including Jesse went on a trip to Baguio with Grab Philippines (more about it on my next post). Initially, there wasn’t really any itinerary planned for us so we basically had the chance to create our own. Since it was not our first time in Baguio, the millennial in us wanted to visit instagramable places instead of the usual tourist spots in the city. One of the top must visit places on our list is definitely Kamiseta Hotel.
It was already past lunch time when we arrived. We had breakfast at around 10:30 so we initially planned to just have desserts at their cafe but as you can see from the photo above, the poster screams “LUNCH BUFFET P298”. We quicky changed our minds and just went for it!
Upon entering the gate where we dropped off, this beautiful blue door with white exterior was in sight. At this moment I just couldn’t wait to see the what’s inside.
The interiors were BEA-U-TI-FUL. It was a feast to my eyes! From the wall papers, the fun and colorful furnitures, quotes all over the wall to the ceiling. Everything was stunning!! Feels like I was inside a castle.
Since we were supposed to be there for desserts, I had to check what they had to offer. They have a few refreshments, cakes and cupcakes that you can try.
It was past 1pm and we were a bit worried if there wasn’t any food left for us in the buffet but luckily their lunch buffet closes at 3pm (not sure if they just extended it til 3pm since it was Panagbenga festival that day). Photo above is the buffet table but before you judge how small the serving on each plate of dish, let me tell you that they are very quick in refilling these dishes and surprisingly very tasty too! Aside from the Kawali, the Strawberry Sinigang was my favorite.
You can have service water but they do have unlimited drinks for only an additional of 59 pesos. Both drinks are really refreshing!
(L-R) Jesse Jake, Abing and Jomie Hospital and me
Squeeze in a few OOTD shots inside too!
Top: H&M | Bottom: Thrifted | Bag: @caracebu on Istagram | Sandals: The Metro Store
Their outdoor area did not disappoint as well. I love how quirky and colorful everything is!
I believe this is the veranda of a few of their hotel rooms.
Lobby and other parts of the hotel are restricted unless you are one of the hotel guest. Fortunately enough we were given access to the lobby area since they noticed all of us are bringing our own cameras so they kinda knew we were bloggers (and vloggers since Jomie was with us too) and allow us to go inside the lobby! And oh boy was I amazed!
Shoutout to these receptionist (or manager? Ii am not sure) for welcoming us to your lobby!! I didn’t catch their names since I came a bit late from the bathroom tmi
Look how stunningggggg!
Being in this room feels like I was in the the same room as the Queen!
We didn’t see any of the rooms but I saw photos online and it was lovely!! Maybe next time.
Hope you enjoy this photo filled blog post of Kamiseta Hotel. Definitely a must visit place whenever you’re in Baguio!
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