23 October 2012

First Look: Le Monet

While we were in Baguio, we saw a new hotel in Camp John Hay.  From the outside, you'll see their beautiful chandeliers that somehow beckons you to go in.  So we did!
   
As you enter the hotel, you'll find Le Monet's Dinelli Gourmet Cafe. I love that they used wing back chairs and love seats.  It makes you want to linger longer.


Mickey samples the cheeses at the Dinelli Gourmet counter  




The beautiful chandelier that greets you as you enter the hotel.  I had so many photos of this, it's shameful!  Haha!  Somehow, I am attracted to beautiful lighting fixtures.

 

Meet Kristine Singson-Meehan, CEO of Artstream Hospitality Group, Inc. (the management firm that handles Le Monet World Hotel in Camp John Hay) in this photo with her husband, Anthony and their  children, Sarah and Zachary.

 



The lobby is filled with artwork.  This one's from Ang Kiukok.



from Jose Joya...



But this photograph, I am happy to see... 


It's a photograph by our wedding photographer, Ric Maniquis.  I just love his work.  If you're having a wedding in Baguio, or perhaps an event, be sure to get him as your photographer.

You'll find Ric's other work at his multiply site at www.ricmaniquis.multiply.com and on facebook www.facebook.com/ricmaniquis


Le Monet has 65 Deluxe Rooms and 5 Suite Rooms.  We asked if there is a room available for us to see, fortunately, a Deluxe Room was available.  It looks comfy for 4 persons. 



All rooms at Le Monet have private balconies opening up to a view of the Baguio pine trees, a 32" internet TV, complimentary in-room internet access, a mini bar and coffee and tea making facilities.





There's a TV in the bathroom, the toilet seats are heated and it also auto flushes!




When in Baguio, stop by Le Monet Hotel at Ordonio Drive, Camp John Hay, Loakan Road, Baguio City.  For reservations and inquiries, call their Manila Sales Office at (63 2) 376 5059 or 372 0414 or call Le Monet Baguio at (074) 661 0201 to 07.  



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