Signature Boracay Punta Rosa

Signature Boracay Punta Rosa

Sinagpa Street Station 1 White Beach, Malay, Aklan Province 5608 Philippines
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Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel in Boracay is a secluded beach resort located in the beginning of Boracay Boat Station 1, on the northwestern part of Boracay Island. Our Class AAA Rated Boracay Resort by the Philippines Department of Tourism offers Boracay vacationers a peaceful and relaxing environment. Punta Rosa was professionally designed, our room interiors are decorated in soft colors and native furnishings, to accentuate that tropical feeling one gets from Boracay. Punta Rosa Boracay is located just a 10 minute walk down the famous, "white beach" where you will find over 200 restaurants serving many different types of dishes from all over the world. There are up-scale boutiques for shopping, many different local shops selling native handmade items and live bands all along Boracay beach, that will delight you with colorful and vibrant music.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Airport transportation
Rooftop terrace
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
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Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Ocean view
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JustJyv wrote a review Jun 2022
Makati, Philippines573 contributions375 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The room is spacious and clean. The furnitures/fixtures are minimalist which compliments the whole aesthetic of the room. The room's balcony faces the beach so it's a nice view but I don't stay there much as there's a property with unkempt vegetation in front so there's a lot of mosquitos and other insects.

The hotel is about a minute walk to the beach and 2-5 minutes to Diniwid beach.

Got the basic appliances: Refrigerator, Hair dryer, tv and phone they even added a water dispenser. They also have accommodating and nice staff.

What I didn't enjoy was that they didn't inform me that they do housekeeping without you asking for it, was surprised to return to my room (i forgot my wallet so i had to go back) and the door was open then there were 2 people making my bed. They also don't have a regular schedule doing it, as I noticed on one of those 4 days (i stayed in the hotel) I left the room early to watch the sunrise at the beach, my room was already made up when I returned around 9:30am. To be honest, it's not bad but a heads up would've been nice.

Another thing is that the rooms are not soundproofed and they have limited breakfast options.
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Date of stay: November 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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SofiK wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Punta Rosa is a fantastic hotel.
Located right on the beach at the end of station 1. 2 minute walk to Diniwidbeach which in our opinion is the best beach.
The rooms are so cozy, clean and nice.
The breakfast is very tasty and you order it from a varied menu. And the staff is very nice!

We got upgraded rooms by the owner during our 2 week stay here - the suite was better than all our expectations! She has also, like the rest of the staff, been super helpful with all our questions and thoughts.
We recommend everyone to stay at the Punta Rosa hotel that visits Boracay.

Thank you Punta Rosa for giving us the best vacation!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Olav R wrote a review Feb 2024
Hamar, Norway11 contributions18 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Big spacious room and bathroom and very friendly staff. Breakfast good, but maybe little bit small for big men. The hotel is a bit far from station 1 and 2, for restaurants and nightlife, but more quiet and very close to White Beach and only 5 mins away from Diniwid Beach. Personally would have liked a pool to have the obtion instead of the sandy beach, and also a fitness room would be good. But overall more pros than cons staying in this hotel, and good value for money in a pricey market. PS! There is also a nice little family run beach bar very close to the hotel.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Traveled solo
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Joyce F wrote a review Mar 2020
Royal Oak, Michigan2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
So I booked this hotel last Oct 2019. Maybe because of its location? I read reviews and mainly they were not so good except they said if you are looking for a quiet location.

I booked for 6 nights and it ripped my bank account of 48,000 pesos and a bit more.

When arrived, we don’t even know where the front desk was. We figured out that you need to climb the stairs to check in (no elevator) and Ofcourse with your luggages with you, we have 4...
I was guessing, the old woman that was there aside from the front desk young lady, was the owner..
No hi, no hello..
A young men helped us to our room and it was in the other building where you need to walk in a very narrow alley and climb some more stairs.
Room was huge,but the color, the looks and the beddings are cheap and old.. and the door was the weirdest and oldest, that was very tricky to lock.
the view from our room was partially the beach but it was not nice because all you can see are fishing boats.
It was also located in a very end of station 1, where restaurants are far and expensive. Also, going to the hotel was a headache because Of road constructions.
To sum it up, there was a dark, heavy feeling with the owner/manager, the room and the location. And also, it’s way too expensive for what it has to offer. I would say, it’s not for everyone.
WE DECIDED NOT TO STAY! And we did not try to ask any refund because owner looked like very hard to deal with.
I will never recommend this place.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Hana wrote a review Sep 2022
Chuo, Japan12 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Staff were great but got to be honest here. Wifi is the worst we’ve experienced—been in PH for a month now—Cebu, Siargao and Boracay and this hotel was the worst in terms of connection. Even both Globe Smart don’t work here. Their wifi also is very bad. We had to go to a nearby cafe and use the wifi there
There should be a mirror outside of the bathroom—there’s only one mirror placed in the bathroom but it’s very dark in there—it’s hard to see anything.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Dinkystar wrote a review Mar 2009
UK53 contributions112 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Boracay Island is paradise for sure and from the moment we arrived at the Punta Rosa "Family boutique hotel" my fiance' and I had made the right choice for our vacation.

We were among a wedding party of over 30 people and wanted a secluded spot for the daytime, close to Boat Station 1, as those travelling with us were scattered around the likes of (and in order from our hotel walking toward Boat Station 2) Robinson Crusoe Beach House, Friday's, Blue Waves, Pearl of the Pacific and Nigi Nigi 2 .

We have never experienced or could imagine a hotel in the world bettering the personal service the 'Punta Rosa' provided us in our wonderful 9 night stay, they made us feel so special.

Boracay Terraces Resort is at the very end of of Boat Station 1's incredible White Beach and the Punta Rosa is adjacent to it. For the record for those visiting Boracay in the future, there is a then a bit of a walk around the bay to 'Artista' etc which are not located on the White Beach and quite a bit away from everything.

If you are expecting a lively bar and 'buzzy' atmosphere at the Punta Rosa - forget it !
This is a romantic haven, with it's staff showing genuine kindness and responding to requests/providing every bit of information you require about the island.

The roof-top bar and restaurant is available on request for it's guests, unlike other hotels in Boracay it's an exclusive service. It has one of the best views on the White Beach from here, we had a lovely romantic meal on the roof-top as the sunset - around 545 pm.

The breakfasts are prepared fresh everyday, as was our meal on the roof-top. You order the day before in all cases and in a quaint way they buy to order thus having no wastage and fresh food all the time. Though we used the main Restaurant, in the new building next to the hotel it is possible to have breakfast on the roof-top.

From the young lady who gave us the daily changing breakfast menu, to the fabulous reception staff, the security guy who waited for us to close it's doors in the early hours everyday, the maids that cleaned and changed our spotless room ( With beach view, comfortable bed, spacious bathroom with superb shower and bath) the courier lad that took us to the airport (for half the price that our wedding party paid) we thank you with both our hearts.

Yep, you can gather most hotels in Boracay refreshingly open their doors to everyone as they all are 'on the beach' but for a daytime retreat, with 24/7 security and a family feel, choose no other hotel on this beautiful island. Though we had no safe in our room, we absolutely had a sense of everything we had being secure throughout our stay.

Location wise it is a fair walk to the Restaurants, Bars and Clubs in the D'Mall/Boat Station 2 Area, but only a 70 peso trike ride(guy with a motorbike and open seating area!) or Romantic walk down the beach, for Boracay is a bare foot/flip flop/smart beachwear holiday dream !

One point though, Punta Rosa does not have it's own private beach area, the views from it's site look upon the Boracay Terraces Resort. However, the guy in it's mini cabin with a long bamboo gate like thing on a string let us in everyday to used the sunbeds on the beach, Boracay Terraces are happy to let you in if you buy a drink or food during the day, they provide waiter service. What we have to say is this resort didn't have anyone staying when we we there, this could be a problem if they did, maybe a negative point on another weeks stay.

Punta Rosa has it's own beautiful 'green grounds' maybe opening it to the beach would be a positive move, but then again it's secluded privacy might be affected and there is always the roof-top, if no pool available!

So for our UK Boracay Guide .......... the do's and dont's .....

For one the White Beach, ambiance and atmosphere betters the likes of the Caribbean.
Watersports/activities, Sailing and Diving/Snorkelling a match to anywhere.

We researched the restaurants and bars etc. before we came, thankfully we did, for we only had one bad experience (see our review of the bamboo lounge).

For nightlife in Boat Station 1 and a decent reasonably priced meal for that matter look no further than Guilly's Island and Club Parew which are bang next to each other, but amazingly you cannot hear each others different taste in music!

Club Parew offers more of a romantic beach cushion atmosphere with better R&B in Guilly's Island. Either though are cracking nights out and a regular drop off for us on the way back home! They are are short walk from Nigi Nigi 2/Willy's beach resort heading toward Boat Station 2.

Somewhere around here, though we never went , is Cocamangas, a renowned club for the shooter challenge, carving your name if you are still standing! I believe this is on the road behind the beach and probably worth a visit.

As Restaurants/Bars/Clubs go in Boat Station 2 -

Paridiso Restaurant is superb. You pay by the weight of the fish and they cook it fresh with your choice of stir fry vegetables or rice or anything ! The service and food is top class and like most of Boracay a perfect beach location.

Their Pizza and Grill Restaurant isn't as good, ok though, but the best Pizza award goes to Rumba's in D'Mall, a nice little pub/diner with Live English Football. They also own Rumba's on the beachfront in Station 2 and we wouldn't put anyone off going there too.

The Lemon Cafe' in D'Mall is truly amazing, for an afternoon snack this is a perfect choice.

As Club's go in Boat Station 2, "Juice" is the best by far, drawing decent crowds late on. Reasonably priced drinks and cocktails varied with plenty of alcohol. The music a mix of R&B and old and new favourite's and beach dancing a major draw.

"Hey Jude" is more of a sporty club, with decent food and a table football game and also shows live English and European football. The drinks are reasonable but not as good as "Juice", those thinking of going to "Summer Nights" forget it, well over-rated.

For Reggae, great atmosphere, beach chilling, cheap drinks and nibbles you simply have to go to" Boom Boom Bar" and" Pat Creek's "adjacent to it.
Some cracking singers and a real Jamaica feel, this place has one of the best spots on White Beach.

For Mexican and Indian food we visited "Manana" and "True Food " respectively. What we would say is the spices in both beat the UK but the food itself well, we've tasted a lot better.

There is another restaurant we found on route to Boat Station 3, the name escapes me ,but the Mexican is very good, it is close to a good bar/club in "Red Pirates", and I would say Dave's Straw Hat for a place to stay in Station 3, the nearest thing on White Beach to the Punta Rosa, ironically the opposite ends of the beach!

There are many other Restaurants like" Aria " an Italian on Boat Station 2 and the only Hotel we'd recommend in Boat Station 2 - "Red Coconut" that are well worth a visit and will form part of our future return to the paradise and wonderful Filapino people that form part of Boracay Island's magnetism.

Talking of Filapino people, a charming guy in Mel Condez, born and bred on the island, provided us with a marvellous reminder of our time in Boracay. "Reef Walking" A speed boat to a location where we had massive helmets and divers with us to walk the bottom of the ocean by steps, feeding fish and playing frisby as if we were on the moon = a DVD and video playback for 700 each and 500 for the DVD when other tour guides wanted 2500 each !

Most of our wedding party chose Mel, a great guy, with local knowledge in abundance and great to talk to. He is seen between Friday's and Blue Waves, check him out !!

We went on a 4 hr Island Tour and stopped off at Baling Hai Beach, a secluded spot, with good food but a warning the beach is very very small ! Walk to the top a lovely view !!
Take in Bulabong Beach a perfect windsurfing and kiteboarding location.
There was 4 of us on a sailing boat, with the waves it was like Alton Towers ! We were on nets, great time for 2000 pp !

There is a horse stable just behind Four Seasons Resort - we had a lovely time, right up in the mountains a lovely view, horse-riding in paradise for 1800 nearly two hours.

For those visiting Boracay the transfer from airport to island hotel costs 300 each, barter down to this figure, Punta Rosa charged us this for our return as well, give or take a few peso's, some of us were charged 1500 beware !

All in all Boat Station 1 is the best place to stay in our opinion. Station 2 has a problem in the restaurants are on the beach, not a problem for those not staying there, it's lovely, but the feeling of our hotel our beach is for all to see in Station 1.

For romance stay in our wonderful "Punta Rosa"

For British style food to perfection,great location and decent rates/rooms "Nigi Nigi 2"

Splashing out / quality "Discovery Shores" and "Sea Wind" ( Friday's not a patch on these two)

A Family Beach house "Robinson Crusoe" or "Villa Kaloo" both next to Friday's.

If you want Station 2 - "Red Coconut" or 3 "Dave's Straw Hat"

We could go on and on and on .....
Just go to Boracay Island you will love it.

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Date of stay: March 2009
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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andreaarias wrote a review Feb 2016
Makati City5 contributions5 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Let me be very clear about this place. In summary, it is a nice hotel - big and well-designed rooms, huge bathroom, quiet location, etc. But read on.

Let's start with location. The hotel is in the far end of Station 1 where the sand is finest and the beach goes out to the sea farthest. It's quiet too. But it is not beachfront (which they made clear on the website.) While it is a short walk to the beach, fronting the hotel is a row of a few local houses which you may or may not be comfortable with. They're nice people but their dogs roam the area so I was in constant fear of getting bit whenever I left and went back.

I consider it to be too far too. It's quite a walk from Station 2 where all the action happens, and quite removed from the rest of Station 1. You're better off booking at any of the beachfront properties in Station 1.

The staff will be happy to assist you with transportation, of course, and there's a free shuttle, but that service isn't 24 hrs. and they don't pick you up from where you're coming from.

That said, if you are looking for a quiet place to relax and you don't mind what I said above, then go ahead. I would recommend this place only for those who intend to stay in and lounge in the beach for some time in the day, and for families because the rooms have a lot of space for the kids.

However, if you want to party, go out and mingle, find another place. I feel like my first night in Bora was wasted time as I just ended up staying in because I didn't want to worry about how to go back if I get drunk.

So for families and groups who just want their own time together, it's ok. For solo travellers who want to go out and party, not so much.
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Date of stay: February 2016Trip type: Traveled solo
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Kristine L wrote a review Aug 2015
Brittany, France16 contributions9 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you really want to know a detailed review of this place, I am a professional researcher and so I research and plan my trips from top to bottom and after all the research I did (including reading all 60 reviews of this hotel from 2015-2013, watching all their videos, visiting all their websites and looking for photos of each room) I was convinced. I wanted a resort that was a) romantic b) great value for money c) located on boracay station 1 and d) not a lot of people. I got a great 50% discount for our room since it was the low season!

If you take Cebu Pacific to go to Kalibo or Caticlan, make sure to buy round trip tickets of their partnership with Southwest Tours, its worth it! I promise and it saves you all the hassle of negotiating prices with different transport operators. They will conveniently take you straight from the airport to your resort and back! I was surprised at how efficient they were because the longest we had to wait was 10 minutes for each mode of transportation.

My boyfriend and I stayed at Punta Rosa in their Punta Coco room which is a deluxe room which apparently got downgraded to a superior room (nevertheless it was beautiful) to be honest, the videos and pictures do not do the room justice because it was more beautiful and bigger than what I expected. It was so very clean that it pleased someone as obsessive compulsive as I am and everything was organized and in proper order. Once we arrived in the room, they offered us complimentary cheese sticks which were delicious and iced teas. Much appreciated!

The room had a second level, "a hanging floor", which had the king-sized bed so you had the impression of a floating bed. The aircon was improved to a split-type aircon so it was very quiet though there was a draft that blew directly on the person sleeping on the right side of the bed which made my BF a bit sick. The furniture was impressive and tasteful with a Japanese theme. They had cable, a mini-fridge with reasonably priced drinks, lots of lights, a small corner balcony with just the perfect view of the sea for the person sleeping on the right side of the bed.

The bathroom had so much space that it was half the size of the bedroom with a perfect hot and cold rain shower, it gave the impression of openness. The mirror was huge, there was a hair dryer and two complimentary packets of shampoo and one pack of soap (these are not replenished).

Two things to note is that the wi-fi is incredibly weak and that there is no sound proofing. Therefore, if you happen to have a room beside another room which had noisy guests, you're done for. Which happened to us, there was a group of Arabs that checked in on our second night at the hotel and they were noisy as hell. There were crazy noises coming from outside our door since they checked in, like people chatting loudly, people running up and down the wooden stairs, banging doors and then during the wee hours of the night, there seemed to be prostitutes because I could hear them talking outside. The only times where the noise stopped was when they finally went to sleep or went out of their room. I kept waking up maybe thrice in the night because of this! If not for these noisy people, the sleeping conditions were perfect...

Another thing people should know is that this hotel is incredibly far from Boracay station 2 where all the parties and restaurants are but they offer a free shuttle from 9am-6pm. 100p to take a tricycle to go back to the hotel from station 2. They are also not beach front but walk out of the hotel, avoid the annoying tour guides and you are immediately on the end of Boracay's white beach station 1.

Quiet, clean, clear and calm blue water, powdery white sand and best of all, there are no other people. (This was during the low season in July - August) on the right side of the beach is a mountain which has a paved walkway which would take you 5 minutes to get to another beach which is Diniwid beach. Powdery white sand but with more rocks and corals, the water is cleaner and absolutely secluded, romantic! There's a boulder near the shore that could protect you from the sun at around 1pm-3pm which made it feasible to swim at this hour!

They offer free breakfast with your accomodation and you have it at their rooftop deck with an amazing view of the sea and the wind in your face. Served between 7am-11am. Take note though that it takes around 60 steps and 4 short flights of stairs to climb to get there but its worth it. The choices are limited but they are well-prepared and delicious but the portions are small if you are a big eater. You can make your own combination and choose one of the main meals, a fruit and a drink.

Service is great! The employees were very polite and helpful. They were also efficient and not bothersome at all. They did all they could to address our needs.
They also made sure that we were reminded ahead of time of our pick up from Southwest tours to go home on our last day.

Thank you very much Punta Rosa management and staff for making our experience in Boracay wonderful!
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Date of stay: July 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: I noticed the premier suites had the best views with big balconies, for a higher price. I...
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ktc2 wrote a review Jun 2017
Kansas City, Missouri53 contributions43 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
At first I really wasn't happy with this place because it's very old and shows it's age and it is not on the beach. However, after the first day I was over that. I had a good time here. The service is very good and they go above and beyond to help out.

The rooms are... well... weird. See my picture in this review. I can only guess this kind of multilevel flooring was at some point in fashion. To me it seems unsafe when you get up at night to use the restroom. The bathroom is similarly tiered floor. Strange. Be sure to turn on the lights!

The free breakfast is very good, served on the roof with a great view of the ocean. Don't miss it. A great place to start at 7 AM before it gets too hot.

The biggest annoyance was the Wi-Fi. You are limited to two connections and they don't disconnect and reconnect smoothly so you have to call the front desk for them to kill your previous connection so you can reconnect.

All in all a good place to stay. I didn't see any elevator though so you need to be able to handle uneven stairs.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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hnguyen252 wrote a review Jan 2017
Melbourne, Australia32 contributions7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My partner and I’s experience at Punta Rosa was a huge disappointment. There
were many issues that highlighted the lack of effective management,
service and maintenance that ultimately led to a poor experience.


- WiFi was weak and unreliable, connection difficulties and repeated internet drop-outs.

- Poor maintenance of interior room. We stayed in the Punta Rosa suite and were disappointed with the quality of cleaning.
There were cobwebs, dust on surfaces and mirrors and cracks
throughout the whole room. It was unfortunate, as the room itself
was not badly designed, however the cleanliness significantly
reduced our satisfaction with the room. Bedsheets were not changed on a daily basis and consumables (e.g.; shampoo, soap) were not replaced.

- Poorly trained and unfriendly staff: We were promised a free shuttle bus to D'mall but was cancelled when we got to reception.
On the rare occasion that we did manage to catch the shuttle bus, the brake pedal stopped working and we hit the other car infront of us. The driver then ushered us off, left us stranded on the road and us told to make our own way to our destination. The driver did not check to see if we were ok or apologize for driving a faulty vehicle!! NOTE: shuttle bus does not have glass windows, seatbeats or proper seats. We fell forward onto the seats opposite us and hit our heads on the metal bars that cover the window. Luckily we only got away with minor bruises.

Noise: A party was held on the beach and we could hear screaming and music until past midnight!
Roosters constantly crowing at all hours of the day. Kept being woken up very early in the morning.

No tea/coffee facilities in room: Did not provide kettle, tea or coffee.No free water available and considering how much we paid for the room we least expected 2 free bottles of water per day

Overall this hotel was terrible. Would never stay here again and would definitely NOT recommend!!
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Date of stay: December 2016
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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axelLincs asked a question Mar 2019
Mablethorpe, United Kingdom26 contributions6 helpful votes
Hi does the hotel on the beach still hire sun beds and if so roughly how much a day for two beds
Answer from MonikaB4
London, United Kingdom76 contributions10 helpful votes
Last november there was no option of renting the sun beds from the hotel. But it will be possible soon.
Answer from PRBoracay
Panay Island, Philippines
Hello, Are you a travel agent or you're traveling by yourself? We are a hotel and we can book you a room and we can help you arrange for your airport transfer and vice versa. We have many Italians living in Boracay so we can help you. Please translate these in Italian through Google Translate. Please advise. Thank you, Christian
Steve wrote a tip Jul 2023
Dubai, United Arab Emirates36 contributions3 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don't book this hotel. We just canceled the booking, you can find fantastic hotels for the same price in Boracay "
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Melissa Ann A wrote a tip May 2023
1 contribution1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do not stay here unless you like having no AC."
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raythunder63 wrote a tip Jul 2016
Newton, New Jersey2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"quite and away from the party goers"
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Samer-kh22 wrote a tip May 2016
Metro Manila, Philippines21 contributions21 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Always choose 2nd floor or higher for a better sea view balcony :)"
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Bryon B wrote a tip Mar 2016
Sydney, Australia52 contributions39 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All Beautiful Rooms"
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Conveniently located restaurants include Phin & Pho, Trattoria Stella- Pasta Italiana Diniwid Boracay, and Mosaic Latin American Grill.
Does Signature Boracay Punta Rosa have airport transportation?
Yes, Signature Boracay Punta Rosa offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Signature Boracay Punta Rosa?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Filipino.
Does Signature Boracay Punta Rosa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
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