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8 Colors Beach House

Balabag, Boracay Island Malay, Aklan, Malay, Aklan Province 5608 Philippines
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#118 of 181 hotels in Boracay
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Non-smoking hotel
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Balabag, Boracay Island Malay, Aklan, Malay, Aklan Province 5608 Philippines
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alminator wrote a review May 2011
Ottawa, Canada28 contributions11 helpful votes
my wife and i stayed for 6 nights on our pre honeymoon holiday just recently and both loved it. the room was clean, had a cottage like decor with wooden furniture and panels. the bathroom was clean with a stand in shower stall. lil inconvenient for some but good enough for us. there was enough room to move around. the floor was spotless, and best of all... no cockroaches!! the beach was just 30 steps away, the restaurants, bars and shops was conveniently few steps away as well. towels and bed sheets were replaced daily, the staff were more than helpful, hospitable and pleasant. we went to maricar and jun's cute lil cafe (the owners); the food was great with reasonable price. overall, i would highly recommend the villa paula to those who are looking for something simple with
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Date of stay: May 2011
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mmgirish wrote a review Apr 2010
Phuket, Thailand137 contributions50 helpful votes
I stayed here over the busy Halloween period. The room and location is fine no view but definitely a budget place.
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Date of stay: October 2007
Chekolet wrote a review Mar 2008
manila1 contribution4 helpful votes
i called the the girl owner of this resort and ask if she can booked us during the holy week of 2008. i am with my husband and daughter, my parents my sisters, and brother in law. she said she will email me back the rates. 2 days later after waitng she responded to my email indicating the rates. it is a super peak season, their rate is of course a bit higher but since it is very difficult already by that time to look for a cheaper accommodation i told her to reserve the rooms for us. again she told me that she will email me as she is so busy with her work. after a week and there is still no email i called her again and ask her how can i make the downpayment , for the nth time she said she will email me but i can rest and relax as she already reserved the rooms for us. i keep
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Date of stay: March 2008
Chris Juan wrote a review Aug 2007
Makati, Philippines636 contributions83 helpful votes
A minute's walk to the nice, quiet, wider and less-algae infested beachfront, Villa Paula has sunny,folksy, clean, comfy rooms for a good price, especially those of us not wanting to spend an arm and a leg. Close to talipapa for cheapo and tasty meals and supplies. Maricar & Jun run a tight ship with helpful staff (and security). Plus points are neighbor favorite Baracuda Snack Bar (yummy tasty pancakes for breakfasts & a pork snitzel with pasta dish whose name I forget thats good for two!) and green ice at the bar...
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Date of stay: May 2007
anski wrote a review Aug 2007
philippines158 contributions7 helpful votes
Villa Paula is non-beach front but less than a minute walk to the beach. It is also walking distance to D' Talipapa (roughly 3 minutes). It is situated in Station 2. The room is clean. It has aircon, TV with cable, refrigerator, emergency light, hot and cold shower, and a thermos for hot water. You can ask the housekeeper for free hot water. Their bathroom is also clean and cute, almost perfect for me but it does not have a shower curtain (one of my pet peeves). So when you take a shower, the bathroom gets all wet, including the toilet bowl and the sink area. The price is reasonable. The owner gave the room for P1,350 per night (off-season rate). There is also a security guard at night.
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US$41 - US$118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Villa Paula Beach House
PhilippinesVisayasPanay IslandAklan ProvinceMalayBoracay
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