Since Panagbenga Flower Festival is just around the corner, you have all the reason to stay in Baguio City. The Grand Street Dancing Parade is set on February 22 while the prestigious Floral Float Parade will be held the next day, giving you a fruitful stay in the city.

On top of the flower fest fun, you are most welcome to experience the cold morning breeze coming from pine forests. As people in the region, we are proud to show every inch of our environment, culture and not forgetting the imrovements like the Burnham Park Dancing Fountain.

One of the main problems that must be keeping you worried when climbing to Baguio is your quest to a perfect transient house that may serve as your home in the city of pines. Well, I've got you covered.

Baguio Transient is located in Crystal Cave, along Marcos Highway, minutes away from Sessin Road. It offers apartments that would fit a family or a group.

Last year, I had the chance of seeing the transient house and I am totally impressed with two things about it.

First, the apartments are incredibly award-winning. Baguio Transient is accredited by the Department of Tourism so you are assured that you are staying in a state-backed facility. It won a Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor in 2012, making it a trusted name in the industry. 

The apartments are clean, eqipped with utensils that you need when you want to cook for your family. If you have requests like a baby crib for your newly-born loved ones, you can always inquire if they can get one for you.

One of the apartments has an attic room. I have never seen a transient house that has that element for children. Baguio Transient also has an apartment that provides a room for your driver in case you are renting a private vehicle for the trip. 

Second, the owners are really nice. Jhoie and Peter Torres are genuinely very friendly and accomodating. I love discussion with them.

During my visit, we did not just talk about the reasons why people should go to their transient house. I do believe that it is the past guests who can do that task more efficiently. That time, they just came from Sagada and we spent a lot of time discussing the oppurtunities in tourism for both Baguio and Sagada. 

Here are some pictures that we lifted from the BaguioTransient House Facebook page: