Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
Golf course [on-site]
Safety deposit boxes
|Value for money||7.3|
|Nearest airport||Loakan Airport (BAG)|
|Distance to airport||3.1 km|
"Great location, friendly staff."
15 January 2018
"Friendly and helpful staff."
03 May 2016
"Cheap and quiet location"
13 July 2017
"It was a good stay for the price."
21 March 2016
Settled on a hill within Camp John Hay, this conference center hotel provides 27 well-appointed rooms in a relaxing atmosphere. Situated along Loakan Road, AIM Conference Center Baguio Hotel is a 10-minute drive from Baguio City's Loakan Airport. Also known as Igorot Lodge, the property has a panoramic view of the club's sprawling golf course and is within walking distance to Camp John Hay Club House. The Case Room is an amphitheater that can house up to 80 delegates, and there is a multi-purpose room that is ideal for workshops. The hotel is meant for business travelers who have workshops or conventions to attend at the adjacent center. Our secure online booking form makes reserving your room at AIM Conference Center Baguio Hotel simple - just fill in your desired dates and click.
"Good place to relax and unwind"
14 May 2018
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 2-11 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 12 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
AIM Conference Center Baguio Hotel
Camp John Hay
Baguio City Proper
Baguio City Proper
Camp John Hay
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No AC but all is well. Coffee shop nearby. ”
Quiet and close to nature
If you don't want to experience the traffic of Baguio City, this is the place. Great location, friendly staff. The hotel may be old and outdated but nothing fancy in you are looking for a good place that you can enjoy by simply walking around Camp John Hay.
Easy and Free Traveller”
Love Rustic Low Rise Rooms overlooking the wooden verandahs and the green foliage of the Pine Trees, The only setback is the old plumbing system. Also, basic toiletries are Not Provided. Overall I love the Ambience, the friendly restaurants that are within walking distance,.
It was a very affordable accomodation but what you get is what you paid for.”
The place is really old. Even the towels and bed sheets are not for the ones who have allergies. Dust mites galore. But the place is so peaceful and surrounded with pine trees. Here you will feel the bite of cold temperature especially in the wee hours of the morning. Another plus factor is the place is just walking distance to a starbucks cafe
Serenity at its best”
I badly needed a break that's why I went to Baguio and this hotel is just perfect. Located far from the busy city proper, I enjoyed the quiet and peaceful surroundings. It rained during my stay but it was fine because there's a restaurant and a Starbucks shop right beside it where you can just hang out while waiting for the rain to stop. There was no a/c unit inside the room but I don't think it's needed anyway. I just had to open the windows to let the cold air in. The best thing about it is it's inside Camp John Hay but it's not as expensive as the other hotels in the area. I'll definitely stay here again on my next trip to Baguio.
Cheap hotel, best with car”
The road going to the hotel was really bad and it's recommended that you have your own car since it's difficult to come and go as you please since it's not on the main road. The receptionist's desk is also empty most of the time. But it provided the basic things we need which are clean sheets and hot water. There's also no cable TV but there's a ref inside the room.
If you want and/or need frills, go somewhere else. The room (we had room no.10) had an old yet quiet dignity, were neat and tidied up, had exactly what we needed: bed, hot water in the shower and tap, personal fridge, desk and chair, cable TV, a thermos for hot water (dispensed in a common area near the lobby), water glasses, coffee cups and condiments for coffee. Staff are polite and accommodating. WiFi connectivity was spotty (try to get rooms nearest to the lobby for consistency) but stayed on consistently once I was able to connect, and there was the occasional bug in the room (you're surrounded by greenery, this should NOT be surprising). Bring a can of Lysol (to spray on the linens, beds, and room overall to chase out the mustiness), water-based Baygon (to spray near the windows and on the curtains), and mosquito coils (to chase away the gnats and mosquitoes inherent with greenery). Bring your own extra pillows. If you will not mind bringing with you a few home comforts and expending a bit of elbow grease in making the room the way you want to when you arrive, the location of the place makes it PERFECT for your stay.
ok if you have low expectations”
The hotel is a disgrace to AIM... unless it is used as an example of how not to maintain and run a hotel. The good news is that the rooms have been renovated compatatively recently, but the structure may not have seen paint since the US forces withdrew. Bathrooms very primitive. Two out of 4 ceiling lights not working, room gloomy, sheets and towels grey, blankets smell bad, walls thin, other guests noisy (esp at 7am on Sunday )... very "Provincial Philippines"
Positive: cheap budget hotel, good for one night, but not more. Don't expect any kind of aneminity or service: there was no water in the thermos, the shampoo was left half empty from the guest that stayed in the room before us, our room was next to the central water heater that was switching on and off all night, window frames are very old, the whole place badly needs to be rewamped.
The best hotel I've stayed in by far.”
It was an excellent stay. The rooms were comfortable enough and regularly cleaned. Hot water is a bit of a problem when the hotel is fully occupied. Wi-fi is weak as well. But you wouldn't mind the cons when you step out of the room and see the wonderful view of Camp John Hay/Baguio Country Club. It is hidden among the pine trees which makes it all the more enticing. Located nearby are the famous Mile-Hi Club and the Choco-late de Batirol that serves the best choco-late! Would definitely come back!
good location few attendants”
it has a very nice location since it is near MIle high center and in the center of camp john hay although it['s hard to get a taxi and there were few hotel attendants to accomodate us but it was still a nice stay
No fuss. Friendly staff. Very secure and quiet.”
It was difficult to get hold of them thru the phone bcause their website isnt updated. But overall it was a very pleasant stay. Quiet and very serene surrpundings. Perfect for those who want to get away without losing all the amenities of good coffee shops and wifi.
Property is just too tired and dilapidated
Meets expectations ”
Strategic location. Friendly and helpful staff. Comfortable bed.
Excellent, nice vacation
A hidden gem”
sem break vacation”
We have a lot of fun of staying in the Hotel, jogging every morning experiencing cool breeze of Baguio. Night life in Dencio's & Yellow Cab.
Leaky roof ceiling”
This AIM hotel needs refurbishing and maintenance for a decent stay. We rented two rooms for Group of 4pax. The roof ceiling is leaking but the hotel admin cant do anything and helpless and just apologize for the lack of budget for repair and the availability of good room for transfer. The carpet and beddings are too old too. Hope they have fixed these now. We just enjoyed the fireplace and the view from outside as it is inside Camp John hay and near the crowded Batirol café. Free parking at side street too.
Has seen better days. Checked-in back in 2009 with the whole family, it was newly renovated back then. But it seems, it is not properly maintained through the years. Checked in again for 2 nights in December 2017, it is now a hotel candidate for "Hotel Impossible" at The Travel Channel. The only good thing now is the location.
Adequate, not luxurious, accommodation. We just wanted a bed, hot shower, quiet surroundings, pine trees - we got all of that. Restaurants & coffee shops nearby. Toiletries are not provided. No coffee/tea-making facility (contrary to their ad). We asked if we could borrow an electric kettle - staff did not give a feedback. Will i return? Yes.