Cordillera Inn is the oldest boutique hotel in Vigan. It is situated in the heart of the world heritage city of Vigan, Ilocos Sur. The only Hotel located at Calle Crisologo. Cordillera Inn provides easy access to Vigan popular shopping and sightseeing areas like Crisologo Museum, Fr. Burgos Museum, Syquia Mansion, Arce Mansion, Plaza Burgos, Plaza Salcedo, Vigan Matropolitan Cathedral, Provicial Capitol, City Hall, Archbishop’s Palace and Dancing Fountain.
The Cordillera Inn Hotel & Restaurant provides free high-speed WiFi, meaning you won’t have a problem staying connected during your trip. The Hotel comprises spacious and well renovated twenty four (24) room accommodations to satisfy the needs of all kinds of travellers. Rooms are equipped with cable TVs, standard room amenities, distinctively-designed ornaments and spacious bathroom with hot and cold shower. The hotel’s restaurant is an ideal option for guests wishing to eat in. Alternatively, there is a wide selection of international restaurants only a short stroll away.
Don Gaspar Bartolome, the Spanish Juez de Paz de Cavecera, built this brick and mortal house on 1885 where he resided with his wife, Doña Mathilde Ortiz.
The ownership was passed to the Carino family in 1850 when the heirs of Don Gaspar decided to seek their fortune in Laoag, Ilocos Norte. Misfortune struck when the house and five others were destroyed by fire on January 27, 1942. Looters ransacked the Chinese store along Crisologo Street as an offshoot of the Japanese invasion and the evacuation of Vigan residents to the far-flung barrios.
The sturdy foundations and brick walls of the ruins remained unscathed by the strong earthquake in 1956 that damaged and destroyed many adobe tiled roofs.
The property was later sold in 1965 to the then Governor Carmeling Pichay Crisologo (1963-1971) who undertook its restoration that gave rise to the Cordillera Inn.