Banaue Accommodation: Banaue View Inn

 

 

Banaue View Inn certainly lives up to its name. Located right above the main road, it offers a great view of the small town of Banaue as well as the famed rice terraces. You can even see a waterfall in the distance. Nevermind the steep pathway leading towards the inn. Afterall, waking up with the rice terraces as your view is priceless.

 

 

 

Breakfast (Php 150) may be served at the dining area (with a view of the terraces) or packed for when you start early with your tours. The marketplace and local eateries are just a short walk away if you want options in your diet. Internet shops are also closeby if you need to stay in touch with your social network friends.

 

 

 

 

They have simple and basic but clean accommodation. Perfect for the no frills kind.

 

 

 

 

 

Room Rates:

Fan Room – Php 900/night (good for 2 persons)
check out is at 12nn, extension – Php 200

 

 VERDICT:

Good: great view. en suite bathroom. affordable. clean. screened windows. shower has hot water.
Bad: steep pathway may not be for those with bad knees. only serve breakfast. small and very low mirror (you have to sit on the chair or stoop really low).

 

 

 

Banaue View Inn
Brgy. Poblacion, Banaue
• Lily Luglu
• (361)161

 

 

 

 

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~ by Happy Sole on July 14, 2011.

24 Responses to “Banaue Accommodation: Banaue View Inn”

  1. does it have a restaurant and internet shop too? if there is, then im familiar with this place! =)

    • they dont have one.. but they have a museum in the premises. baka iba yung napuntahan mo, although im not really sure. there might have been a restaurant & an internet shop before. 🙂

  2. Wow eto na pala yun..Sulit namn ang gastos pag ganto kaganda ang view..

  3. kung ganito ang view, sulit na rin ang bayad 🙂

  4. sulit na ung 9h per nite dahil sa view! Super inggit, I wanna do Sagada too! 😀

  5. wow, green na green ang view ah! saya gumising dyan! 😀

  6. I really fell in love with the verdancy of the first three photos.

  7. Love the luxury of the place! I wish I can afford to stay in a place like that haha

  8. Hi, thanks for the blog. anong month kayo nagpunta? plan ko mag banaue-batad-bangaan-sagada-baguio this nov. green pa kaya yung terraces that month? Also, why did you choose hungduan?

    • interestingly, the rice terraces cluster found in Banaue proper is not inscribed in the UNESCO world heritage list, but Hungduan is – one of the reason why we chose to go there. the main reason is that, our local guide took us there first. 🙂 hehehe

      May kami pumunta. we took the Banaue-Hungduan-Sagada-Batad-Banaue route. unfortunately, i’m not sure kung anong month ang harvest time nila. I do know that their production cycle is just once a year and then they let the soil rest.

      thanks! hope nakatulong yung blog ko. let me know if you have other questions….

  9. Thanks for the review! This place does seem to have some great views, I enjoyed reading about your stay there and seeing the pictures. 🙂

    Heidi

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  11. ok ba mag fan room sa Banaue since highland naman sya malamig na siguro dyan… affordable ang 900php per night na stay for me.

  12. […] View Inn (Php 900/night), read review here. Barangay Poblacion, Banaue • Lily Luglu • (361) […]

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  14. paano ka nagbook? wala kasi akong mahanap na email add or telephone number para makapagbook eh

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