See the latest prices and deals by choosing your dates.
Featuring a shared lounge and a terrace, Sagada Lodging Home is located in Sagada. The guesthouse has family rooms. The rooms have a private bathroom, free toiletries and bed linen. Amazingly clean and comfortable. We were surprised such a place exists in Sagada. The location was central with walking access to everything. And most importantly, this was the nicest and most helpful staff we ever met. Smiling, very helpful and extremely welcoming.
Rusty Nail Inn has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Sagada. Featuring room service, this property also provides guests with a playground. Very quiet, clean, friendly staff. Good food. And helped us with transport to the bus stop on our way home.
Located in Sagada, SEE TOO VILLE - Nature Lodge features a terrace and a shared lounge. Every room includes a balcony. The rooms at the guest house are fitted with a seating area. Location is very close to the tourism office. It has also a very nice view from the balcony. Comfortable bed and staff is really nice. She came to pick up us and also allowed us to use the shower after we checked out, since we had to do the caving in the morning. I also feel secured, considering there's cctv camera all over the place.
Located in Banaue, a 17-minute walk from Banaue Rice Terraces, Banaue Sunrise Guest House provides accommodations with a restaurant and free private parking. The staff were so friendly and helpful. They know what you need before you even have to ask. The water is hot and the rooms were big and clean. The food was great, even for vegetarians and very good price. We only ate at the restaurant there. We loved staying there and even extended our stay. We felt like honoured guests.
Sagada has great potential. It has the famous hanging coffins, caves, and lovely hikes. The disappointments start when you have to book an arrival pass using a code supplied by your hotel. If you don't you will be turned away from the town. Traffic on the main road is a nightmare, it is one-way wide, with two-way traffic, and almost no parking. So getting to the restaurants and shops is a challenge. There is paid parking but a long walk away, and it fills up. When we were there most of the sites were "closed" unless you booked long tours. It is hard to believe that outdoor sites and hikes could be "closed" but unless you go to the tourist office, wait in long lines, buy a tourist pass, get a tourist "stub" and book a tour guide for a 3-4 hour formal tour, everything is closed to you. It is so bureaucratic, I won't go back till the memory fades. Oh the pottery place was terrific.
The weather in Sagada is wonderful. I just like to sleep and eat there. I suggest Log Cabin and Misty Lodge for their food. Salt & Pepper has a great hot chocolate. You must try! :) If you are a vegetarian, Gaia Cafe & Crafts is for you. You can find it on the southern part of the town. They also have fruit wines and bugnay is the best seller. If you like some tea, mountain tea is the one. Will I go back again? Definitely. Yes. :))
Sagada is a nice place for nature lovers. The food is delicious and you just need to walk from your accommodation to nearby restaurants. The ambiance is very peaceful and serene. Nice place to relax. There are so many things to do in Sagada (caving, trekking, sunrise and sunset watching, falls, etc.) Families can bond together away from busy urban life. We will definitely go back to Sagada.
My home town is Baguio but I have never ventured farther than downtown so it was a great opportunity to go to Sagada with family. The mountain views are breathtaking with lots of rice and vegetable terraces carved into the slopes of the mountains and the weather was very pleasant, chilly in the evening and cool in the morning. Sagada is known for it's beautiful sunrise and sunsets. Perfect for hikers and mountain climbers which reminded me of the Blue Mountains. I definitely recommend this place.
I can’t believe that there’s many sights to see and activities to do in such a small town. It’s a romantic place. People are so warm and hospitable. Their food is very good! I like that there are no commercial spots there, everything you eat and everywhere you stay are locally owned by people from Sagada.
Surrounding area is so beautiful! But Sagada central has become a tourist trap! Junk venders, tourists walking down the middle of the streets. No tricycles or taxi service. And prices have trippled in the last 5 years, but not the quality.
Amazingly clean and comfortable. We were surprised such a place exists in Sagada. The location was central with walking access to everything. And most importantly, this was the nicest and most helpful staff we ever met. Smiling, very helpful and extremely welcoming.