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THE LAS VEGAS RESTAURANT
AND LODGE
has been family owned and managed since 1982 so you can be certain that staff members know how to treat a guest. It's also the only lodge in town that, similar to European hostels, allows guests to cook their own food. They have two locations, a restaurant downtown which is just a few steps from the Tourist Information Center, and a lodge with restaurant located 1.8 km south of town. It is in fact the very first hotel one finds when arriving from Manila. And it's the most economical lodge in town with fees less than half those charged in many other inns.

* Rooms available at only P250 per person.
* 9 rooms with space for 30 guests.
* Spacious dining area with capacity to serve large groups.
* Space available for seminars and training sessions.
* Native Ifugao province coffee available.
* Hot water showers and clean bath rooms.
* Competent tour and travel information.
* Free wi-fi throughout the building.
* Cooking and dining facilities for guests.
* Safety is assured. No free-lance guides and touts will disturb you as in other restaurants in Banaue. This family-owned lodge does not permit just anyone to wander in and hassle guests.
* The Las Vegas has for many years been a favorite vacation retreat for the USA's Peace Corps.

GETTING TO THE LAS VEGAS
If you're coming to Banaue on the night bus from Manila you'll arrive about 7AM. The Las Vegas is the first Banaue inn on the road from Manila so just tell the conductor you want to get off at the Las Vegas. And yes, you can check in early, as soon as you arrive in town, which gives you the entire first day for touring. If you're already in downtown Banaue just take a trike taxi to the Las Vegas; the fare is only 10 pesos.

Beware of touts who may accost you as you get off the bus in Banaue. There are many unauthorized tour guides who meet passengers and pretend to be licensed guides. Some of them get a commission by misleading you to other hotels (some even lie and say the Las Vegas is closed down!). The Las Vegas does not participate in this contemptible practice and does not pay commission ("balato" in Tagalog) to drivers who direct customers to us. If you encounter problems with a trike driver or a guide please call or text us. We have both a car and a trike at our lodge and can go pick you up if needed.

Here are some views of Las Vegas Inn's downtown location:
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The bar and coffee shop. Notice the flags donated by past guests who've enjoyed their stay at the Las Vegas Inn. The bandstand from where music is frequently played.
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The ample restaurant area of the downtown Las Vegas location permits seating of large groups. Notice also the Ifugao sculpture and other ethnic items on display. The street entrance.

LAS VEGAS RESTAURANT
AND LODGE
Banaue, Ifugao 3601, Philippines
N 1654.733' E12103.658'

Manager: LJ Solano
Contact: +63 998 608 2799 / leonajoy.bustamante@yahoo.com.ph
Alternate: +63 918 440 9932 / jappanjesus@yahoo.com

The following are views of Las Vegas Inn's highway location:
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The highway entrance to the Las Vegas Inn and Restaurant. A view of the comfortable and colorful entry.
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Two views of the attractive and well-stocked bar.
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The lounge and dining areas. Notice the view of the Rice Terraces out the window.
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A view of a large room designed for group travelers. The inn has other accommodation available for one or two guests. The highway location of the Las Vegas Inn is directly across the road from the Cordillera Sculpture Museum .
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BATAD! Batad is the primary outlying destinaton for most visitors. Because of recent road improvements you no longer have to stay overnight in Batad. You can instead leave early from Banaue for Batad, walk the terraces and see Tappiah Falls, then return to your lodging in Banaue. Learn more about Batad.
PRONUNCIATION: Most Malay languages give stress to the second syllable so Banaue is pronounced "Bah NOW way". Similarly Batad is "Bah TAHD"; Hungduan is "Hung DEW an"; Mayoyao is "Mah YO ya oh".
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Inns and Lodges:
(All are in Banaue proper and easily accessible)

Nature's Mist
Las Vegas
Peoples
Stairway
Sanafe
Fairview
Banaueview
Greenview
Spring Village Inn
Banaue Homestay
Terraceville Inn
Halfway Lodge


Hotel/hostel:
(In Banaue proper and easily accessible)

Banaue Hotel / Youth Hostel


Resort:
(6km from Banaue proper, on a good road)

Banaue Ethnic Village & Pine Forest Resort


Native House Lodging:
(All are in outlying areas)

Ramon's Homestay (in Batad)
Native Village Inn (in Uhaj)
Native House Viewdeck (in Hiwang)


General Information Pages:

What To See And Do
How To Get Here
Batad
Jappan's Tours
Downtown Banaue
Cordillera Sculpture Museum
Banaue Museum
Sagada
Hungduan
Kiangan
Travel By Ferry


THREE-DAY TOUR!
Jappan's Tours offers an all-inclusive package that allows you to see Banaue, Batad, Bontoc, and Sagada in a well-organized 3-day tour. Learn more about Jappan's Tours.
MAP OF CENTRAL BANAUE
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The Department of Tourism oversees the tour industry and accredits lodges and guides.

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