Baguio in my mind

By / 12th March, 2015 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Baguio in my mind

Despite growing fast as an urban jungle, Baguio still has its patches of green, where trees, sunflowers and other foliage grow…

We recommend taking a walk along Camp John Hay’s trails (Yellow trail, Eco trail etc.) where you could still forget the city life and just breath in the beauty of Baguio…

Here is a picture of what you can see when you take that trail..happy walking!!

Walk Happy

By / 9th March, 2015 / Uncategorized / No Comments

To all our Baguio visitors, here’s an infomercial about our beloved Baguio..most visitors complain of heavy traffic here in the city during holidays and long avoid this, why don’t we walk instead?

Walking is definitely more fun here in our city since our weather is more temperate compared to our lowland provinces…just don’t forget to bring fluids for hydration, wear comfy, sturdy walking shoes, and a hanky to wipe off that sweat (or cover your face to ward off traffic fumes when walking in the more populated parts of Baguio..heh heh heh)

By the way…Baguio residents are also trying to embrace this new lifestyle..our city is much more beautiful when experienced on foot rather than in an air conditioned car…

..there are so many things to do in Baguio and it’s more fun doing so when walking…

What are we waiting for?! Let’s all walk happy!

Here is the You tube link for the infomercial:


Christmas Eve Dinner Buffet

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LeFern Hotel Events and Happenings

By / 29th October, 2014 / Uncategorized / No Comments

What is the first thing that you think of when you hear “Baguio”?

I bet some of the answers would be: Pine Trees. Summer Capital. Strawberries. Fog. Mountains. Mines View. Ube. Sans Rival.Panagbenga. Burnham Park. John Hay. Ukay….and so many other similar answers…

Some folks have this picture in their heads of a sleepy little town with pine trees where one takes a deep breath and smells the heady scent of pine trees…or where one unearths great finds of designer clothes with uber cheap prices at an ukay box somewhere in Hilltop or Bayanihan… Read More