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Grand Vista Boracay Resort & Spa
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  • Breakfast included
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Reviewed 15 January 2018 via mobile

This is a comfortable, clean and well organised hotel in a reasonably quiet part on the island of boracay. A big wow having an infinite pool, where you see the entire view of Boracay itself. The staffs learned to recognise you quickly. They’re courteous and friendly.

Stayed: June 2017
Thank caduceus101
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Reviewed 25 December 2017 via mobile

We have booked this hotel for Christmas trip but this is a terrible mistake. First of all , no hot water and we have to call them 2-3 times and every time the staff has to ask us to wait for 5 min for the hot water to come. Another problem is that everything inside the room looks ages . I want to our stuff in the safe box but even the safe box is broken .... basically nothing is functional in the room..... the breakfast is no taste ! only positive thing is that the view is quite good from the room.

Stayed: December 2017, traveled as a couple
Thank 763mingz
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Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

This is one of the best accomodation you can get in Boracay. Though it is a bit far from Boracay beach itself but they do provide private transportation that will bring you to the center. Worth a stay and you can capture the entire view of the boracay stretch from the hotel facing the poolside. Though the building needs to be refurbish as it is getting old already. But if you are after an amazing view then stay here. Beds are comfortable and rooms are reasonably clean with your own private minipool. Toilets and bathroom are very spacious. Foods are really good. Service was not to bad at all.

Stayed: September 2016, traveled with family
Thank ryan1003
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Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

After having stayed in meagre accommodation for 10 days in boracay, we decided to upgrade for a week. We searched the various sites and settled for this one. Price was quite reasonable and the hotel looked great in the pictures. Oh how we wish we hadn't bothered. The hotel is in the middle of nowhere, and up a steep hill. The hotel description said it was located in Station 1,which was another reason we selected it. Station 1 of where? Timbuktu? There is no courtesy bus into the town, the hotel worker just goes and flags a motorbike taxi or blags a lift from a passing courtesy bus from another hotel. This bus service was only every 2 hours and the last return bus was at 10pm.The buffet breakfast isn't of a great standard and the hotel looks very tired although there was major building works going on. The pool was quite nice, but every afternoon there seems to be a 'members of the public welcome' policy. Lots of locals visited, were very noisy, played loud music and stayed until well after dark.

The only pluses to this stay was the friendliness of the staff and the quality of the room, mainly due to the fact that the air conditioning worked, which we were grateful for after the first hotel.

My advice.... pay the extra and stay in the town

Stayed: May 2017, traveled as a couple
1  Thank Juliothespark
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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

I booked this hotel in a flash sale for Php2000 plus admins fees which totalled around Php7300 for 3 nights. It's a superb deal!

Things to know:
-not beach front
-uphill road going to hotel and you have to walk by foot..quite tiring
-hilltop view of the island
-free decent breakfast
-no elevators, just stairs
-big outdoor pool
-free scheduled tricycle shuttle
-far from restaurants
-some side of the building still under construction.
-provides welcome drinks
-provide bottled water only on the first day
- daily housekeeping when requested
-friendly and attentive staff

It is quite far from station beaches but very close to Pukka Beach which is the best beach to snorkle. You can actually see fishes compared the other station beaches. From the hotel to the station beaches will cost P150 (private ride) per way but if you wanna save, you only pay P10-20 riding with others. Don't worry...the tricycle only had one route so you can't get lost.

If you want a peaceful stay, this is a good place. I just didnt like the uphill walk but apart from that, the rest are acceptable.

Hope this helps!

Stayed: May 2017, traveled with family
2  Thank Kate T
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