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8 Things to Love In Kamiseta Hotel

Fascinating prints, bold colors, and quirky pieces take center stage in the country’s first fashion hotel in Baguio

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Photography: Kamiseta Hotel

It’s no wonder why many keep coming back to the welcoming arms of the City of Pines. The beautiful and lush landscape can make you feel refreshed, the cool breeze will make you want to stay for weeks, and a good old cup of strawberry taho makes for a satisfying sweet treat that’s quite incomparable. We can go on and on about why a visit to Baguio is always worth it—even if traffic gets worse by the minute, but just recently, we’ve discovered another charming reason why hours on the road just to reach the Summer Capital can be extra rewarding.

The Kamiseta Hotel, a 1,500sqm, multi-level property in Barangay Lualhati, is now open and ready to accommodate guests. With a scenic view of the city and towering pine trees, it’s the perfect escape for those who want to get away from the fast-paced city life and enjoy some downtime in a plush and well-thought-out suite. To give you a peek into the stunning property and get you excited about booking a stay, here are details that stood out in the place—we’re sure you’ll find these lovely too:

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