Le Monet Hotel is located in the Baguio City, also known as the “Summer Capital of Philippines”. The establishment is named after Claude Monet, the great French impressionist painter known for his beautiful landscape paintings. Managed by Artstream Hospitality Management Group, Inc. with 70 well-appointed rooms, you’ll find Le Monet Hotel inside the famous Camp John Hay. We loved the combination of the hotel’s beautiful landscapes, the scent of pine, and the sweeping views that provide guests with a cozy atmosphere. Here’s our experience… LE MONET HOTEL Le Monet Hotel Camp John Hay, Baguio City Website: www.lemonethotel.ph Mobile: +6374 6610202 to 07 / +639175267049 Facebook: @LeMonetHotel Twitter: @lemonet_hotel E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Read More: LE MONET Boutique Hotel and Breakfast Buffet – The Best in Baguio?! Check out low rates and availability from Agoda: Le Monet Hotel Le Monet Deluxe Rooms We suggest you stay in the Deluxe Twin (Forest Room) with a private balcony and a refreshing view surrounded by pine trees and greenery. There is no air conditioner, but you wouldn’t mind because of the cold Baguio weather. (Note: They also have air-conditioned rooms if the sound of wildlife is too distracting for you.) Complimentary in-room internet. Complete shower and bath amenities. A toilet seat heater to keep them buns warm… …and a small TV so you don’t have to miss that Game of Thrones episode. 🙂 Breakfast at Le Monet Le Monet has the “Best Breakfast Buffet” in town with Baguio favorites and an assortment of delectable morning fare like their longganisa, strawberries, fresh vegetables and salad, fresh fruit jams, eggs, and freshly brewed coffee. Breakfast is served at the Hotel Lobby. Our favorite spot is the Al Fresco dining at the veranda with a great and refreshing view. A seat by the window with the same scenic view is also nice. Eggs Benedict with poached eggs, bacon, asparagus, and hollandaise sauce. This was a treat! Fresh fruits. Sweet and healthy chicken longganisa. We got a little carried away at the bacon and pancake stations! 🙂 Fresh bread from the Le Monet Bakery. Fresh fruit jam and yogurt. A choice of three different salads that change every morning. Filipino classics like beef tapa, pork steak, and chicken adobo. Our favorites are the Baguio Longganisa, Ilocano danggit, pinakbet with fresh Baguio vegetables, and leafy strawberry salad. Dining Menu at Le Monet One of the hotel’s restaurants and bars, The Lobby, is an all-day dining establishment. The Lobby has a whole different menu with traditional Filipino, French, and other international cuisine by the Executive Chef, Robby Goco, and his team. The lobby is adorned with crystal cascading chandeliers and works of art from famed Filipino artists. Le Monet Salad (P320). Fresh lettuce, candied walnuts, strawberry, parmesan cheese, and balsamic vinegar dressing. Our favorite. Their bestseller for good reason. French Shrimp Cocktail and Watermelon Salad (P350) Poached shrimp, watermelon, alfalfa, and thin crispy bread with fresh mint leaves dressing with chili, honey, extra virgin oil. Linguine Vigan Pasta (Solo: P150 | Sharing: P295). Linguini Pasta topped with cherry tomatoes, sunny side up egg, and crispy sauteed longganisa. Le Monet Hotel’s Vigan Longganisa Pasta by Chef Robby Goco. Love the garlicky and salty taste! Shrimp Cocktail (P350). Shrimp poached in white wine, parsley, and lemon juice. We like the horseradish sauce, mango sauce, and cream cheese dip. US Short Rib Kaldereta by Chef Robby Goco (P360) Tender US short rib with vegetables, tomato sauce, and cream cheese on top. The Filipino salad comes as a complimentary treat with any Filipino traditional dish. Made from sayote tops, camote tops, salted red egg, tomato, and bagoong vinaigrette. This was just OK though. Fresh Fruit Platter (P250) A mix of strawberries, watermelon, honeydew, melon, and oranges. Le Monet Facilities The hotel includes a panoramic view of the pine trees and a pocket garden. There’s also a small heated indoor pool… …and a gym. Activities Inside Camp John Hay Nothing beats some Strawberry Taho in the morning! You can get this delicious treat via the horseback trail beside the hotel for P25. Taho, a popular soy-based street food, gets the Baguio treatment by replacing the syrup with strawberry reduction. The best ones I tried even include bits of strawberry in the mix. A must when in Baguio. Camp John Hay’s other tourist spots such as the butterfly sanctuary, eco-trail, horseback riding trails, and picnic areas are easily accessible. Horseback riding. The camp also has a lot of restaurants inside if you wish to eat someplace besides the hotel… …and the Mile Hi Center for all your shopping needs. One of the best parts I love about staying in Camp John Hay is that you can safely jog around the area. Overall, we liked our stay at Le Monet not only for their rooms with a scenic view but also for its location. And of course, who wouldn’t want to enjoy and get a taste of the “Best Breakfast Buffet” in Baguio? LE MONET HOTEL Le Monet Hotel Camp John Hay, Baguio City Website: www.lemonethotel.ph Mobile: +6374 6610202 to 07 / +639175267049 Facebook: @LeMonetHotel Twitter: @lemonet_hotel E-mail: email@example.com Read More: LE MONET Boutique Hotel and Breakfast Buffet – The Best in Baguio?! Check out low rates and availability from Agoda: Le Monet Hotel Driving Directions: Located inside Camp John Hay, Le Monet Hotel is just a 3-4 hour drive north of Metro. Live an Awesome Life, Team Our Awesome Planet www.OurAwesomePlanet.com Disclosure: Our stay was courtesy of the Le Monet Hotel. Read Our Awesome Planet Complete Disclosure Policy here. P.S.