First off, hotel prices in Baguio are really higher than the usual. Hotel rooms start at 2500 for budget hotels. So if you are on a budget, you might want to opt for transient houses instead. But if you are into comfort - free breakfast and sure hot water supply throughout your stay, then a hotel is a better choice. As they say, you can’t put a price on comfort. The main reason we chose El Cielito is because of the location. Staff were courteous and welcoming. Room is clean. bathroom size was perfect unlike other Baguio hotels we’ve stayed in which felt a little cramped up. Also love that the room has a balcony and a view. Basically, you got to pay a few hundred bucks more (compared to neighboring hotels) for a room that’s cleaner, doesn’t feel cramped up , and better breakfast choices. I booked for a queen sized beforehand bed but upon checking in they found out that there’s nothing available. Hallways were noisy in early mornings and evenings. Poor internet connection.