Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Boracay, Bans Beach Resort is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Bans Beach Resort makes it easy to enjoy the best of Boracay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, a desk, and a seating area, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the resort.
Bans Beach Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free instant coffee.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Boracay, Bans Beach Resort is located a short distance from Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church (0.2 mi) and Willy's Rock (0.2 mi).
If you like Korean restaurants, Bans Beach Resort is conveniently located near Club Ken Boracay, Aodai, and Chopstick.
Should time allow, Boracay Butterfly Garden is a popular garden that is relatively easy to get to.
Bans Beach Resort is sure to make your visit to Boracay one worth remembering.
I have been coming this family owned hotel since early 2000 and quality of service is improving over the years. Hotel is in station 1 , the staff are very accommodating . Room is good for 3 pax. With mini fridge and good AC, although no bfast is serve. Dmall is just 5 minutes walk, near Starbucks . You will not be disappointed. For php 1,900 /night good for 2 pax .
I visited the resort as a treat from a workmate. The accomodation excluded a breakfast. As compared to other resorts with food and better amenities, I could say that price is expensive. You can get more from other resorts than staying here.
The room is so clean the a.c is in good working condition, the staffs are really nice and accomodating, the its very spacious, its safe, there are alot of establishment near that place so i love it i will be back
It’s on Station 1. Very good location actually. Beachfront but boats pick up tourists and divers along the beach area that’s why if you wanna go swimming you have to move farther to another area. Hotel rooms have been upgraded probably in compliance with the Department of Tourism requirements. Comfortable beds, clean bathrooms, limited tv programs, ref, wifi..the basic needs. Reasonable rate for a hotel on Station 1. My Balikbayan friends found the place nice, quiet, pleasant and reasonably priced. . They enjoyed the massage and manicure/pedicure. No, these are not included in the hotel service.
I dunno how to rate it, actually. Let me start with the (very little) good points. They got good sized, clean rooms with clean beddings and towel. The little terrace infront of the room is a great place to hang out in. There’s a mini fridge, hot and cold shower and complementary 3-in-1 coffee, and a tiny bar of soap. We hung the “make up room” sign outside the room, but u need to remind the receptionist so they will actually send someone to clean. Dont expect fluffy pillows and a soft bed, though. And there are mosquitoes in the room. We actually wiped the anti mosquito lotion on the walls near the bed to keep them away. We all escaped with just a few bites. The aircon is old and very noisy. There is no restaurant/ bar or place to eat meals at the place. The entrance/ walkway to the rooms are lined by dive shop huts, where scores of guests AND guides in scuba gear hung out to smoke cigarettes. And it doesnt help that the trash can for the cigarette butts is in the middle of the walkway. Pass by after your shower and your hair is gonna stink of cigarettes the whole day. This is not a beachfront place. It’s just a DECENT place with a bed to crash into after a day of water activities, or if you couldnt get a better place and you have ran out of options. Sadly, it is too expensive at 4500 per day for just a “decent” place, and that is even a group price. They offered breakfast, but at 500 pesos, I’d rather eat a better breakfast outside. Boracay, though, is definitely more, more, more beautiful after the clean up, and they are already enforcing stricter rules for littering, drinking on the beach, etc. to maintain it. Do come visit Boracay. But find someplace else to stay in.…
We've been coming to Boracay every year and we'd usually stay here. Some rooms got upgrades -- on TV and AC. Neat. I would want some thicker bath towels and blankets actually. The bathrooms could use some complimentary shampoo. It would be so much nicer.
The hotel has good location but our room was at the farther end of the place so it is still quite a walk from the white beach. The yard is clean and the staffs were polite. However I think we can get better rooms with the amount we paid them. The bed was hard and small. Blankets were too thin. Wifi is almost non-existent. AC was not cool enough. Worn-out towels. Room was not comfortable at all.
I'm not sure if this review will be posted but here goes. First off, the wifi is almost unusable which is quite frustrating. Secondly, this is near the beach but you can't swim at the beach because boats are in the water. You need to go further down to the public beach area. It's anything but quiet since you're right on the boardwalk which I didn't understand was typical for boracay. This is not a quiet romantic place for couples. It's felt more akin to a subway station with sand. Lots of expensive but good restaurants. Everything else was typical for boracay.
Diving course was unreal. I loved the rooms and the beach felt like pearls. Sand between your toes in amd out if the bedroom but no big deal! I could hear the sound of the waves for ever. Philippines is a must when. Travelling southeast Asia
Ordinary room and bath room, blanket too thin, toiletries not complete. No shampoo and conditioner, no toothbrush set.We were disturbed by the noisy generator near our room. So avoid their rooms near the generator. Good location because it's near the beach and many restaurants.