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Reviewed 8 April 2019

Having had our cases dragged down a sandy alley from the main road (resulting in a broken handle), we arrived at the hotel. The location was excellent, on the beach, but it started to go down at reception. We were faced with a set of rules and regulations, had to give a cash deposit to cover any possible damage. Other than being told about the included breakfast being at the beachfront restaurant, no other information was provided.
Our room was a "Deluxe Bungalow" which was in the garden not far behind the reception. Externally it looked OK with a small deck and hammock.
Inside there was a double and single bed, with very old, holey bed blankets.
The toilet seat was discoloured and completely loose.
As the room did not have a kettle/cups, the reception provided one, but the kettle was dangerous, overheating and not cutting off automatically.
How this property can call itself a resort beggars belief - other than it being the last resort!! There were zero facilities, and at $75 a night, it was expensive.

Room tip: Don't stay - certainly not at the price we paid.
Date of stay: March 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank BarryOilyDave
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Reviewed 31 March 2019 via mobile

Don't bother ! Dont bother !
A Filthy Dump.
We had to drag our luggage down a filthy lane to get to the Dump ! A nice check in then filth !
The room looked like something out off a bygone age !!
Much nicer places to stay in the area. DON'T WAIST YOUR MONEY !!
Cheers Mr Paul

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank G2357IXpaulm
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Reviewed 21 March 2019 via mobile

I would suggest that one should not visit Boracay for another year or two as:

The Airport at Kalibo is also under renovation and toilet facilities bad. When we arrived, toilet was outside the
Arrival Hall across the dusty road. On our departure it was inside but no water.

The whole hotel region is under construction so it is dusty, polluted. The only place that is nice is the beach. If you still want to go to the beach then choose Station 1 as it is not so crowded.

Transfers: please make sure you take the hotel transfer. We took it on our return
Trip and what a difference. Our hotel sent a staff to assist us with luggage on and off the boat, we were at a less crowded part of the jetty, and we were in aircon van from hotel to jetty and we do not have to walk on the jittery jetty to the boat which is now a speed boat in comparison to the outrigger we arrived on. I think the agent was SouthWest Travel.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
2  Thank Firedog308
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Reviewed 9 January 2019

Its been a while since this place was reviewed and I feel its well in need of an update. We just got back from 3 nights staying here over the weekend.

Firstly, its $100 a night, and you absolutely get what you pay for. The photos make this place look better than it is, but I dont want to give the wrong impression. For $100 its fine, the price is spot on - but you get the bonus of being in the perfect location, with a fantastic bar/restaurant right out front on the beach. The staff were great, and we have no complaints - we got what we paid for.

Location - perfect, a short walk to d'mall, which is where everything is happening during the day and particularly at night. The Italian restaurant out front seemed to be the most popular bar each night, and is where we had breakfast (free) each morning. I had an amazing omelette each day and my gf had the Filipino breakfast which she loved (she is Filipina). Its right on an amazing part of the beach. Loungers/Umbrellas etc are no longer allowed on the beach (govt laws since the shut down, but its for the best), beach towels are provided and we spent hours out there, with soooo many others. The resorts are to the right hand side of the beach from this location - very very sleepy (particularly at night) and quite an annoying walk to all the bars and restaurants (10-15 mins). We were on a budget so chose the cheaper option, in the future on a different budget, I am unsure if I could be bothered with the walk to and fro 2-3 times a day.

Rooms - Old, could certainly do with a cheap paint job, but for $100 we weren't complaining. Having read the reviews we went to the supermarket and bought a can of fly spray, a quick spray of that and we didn't have to complain about the mosquitoes like some of the other reviewers. I also saw complaints about sand in the room - we were responsible for every grain in there - what do you expect when staying on the beach surrounded by sand (too many precious people posting here).

Food - breakfast (free) was fine. Coffee ok. Dinner, if you're into Italian the menu was awesome. Includes fresh fish. We chose to eat at the more local restaurants outside of breakfast, except for the last night - it was Sunday, we walked along the beach front looking for options, but it was fairly quiet, so we chose to eat back at the hotel for the atmosphere.

Transport - We organised from Kalibo Airport directly to the hotel via Island Star Express. This was easy, and I recommend it for anyone who hasn't been there.

Things to do - The main road is still a bit of a mess, we stayed away from here except for our transport to and from the hotel. The beach is long and gave us everything we needed. We were just there to relax, so didnt do any of the extra activities. All activities can be found and booked by numerous vendors along the beach front.

Boracay since the 6 month close - All the locals we talked to said the 6 month closure was difficult, but that the island is far better now than it was. Outside of the beach, the island still seemed very much like a construction site, but once you get to your hotel, you completely forget about it, take in the sand, sun and beautiful clear ocean.

Improvements - without doing an expensive refurb, I'd like to see them paint the outside of the rooms, and sort the inner garden near reception - its very dull and sad looking. But again, for $100, we aren't complaining.

Date of stay: January 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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5  Thank S0uthEastAsia_L0ver
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Reviewed 18 December 2018

boracay was one of the most amazing island in the world. and this hotel is right at the central spot and in front of the beach. everything was perfect except for the breakfast where u have to go to the japanese restaurant beside it and order a la carte food. overall good job boracay beach resort!

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank puravidakameryn
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