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The District Boracay is a modern boutique resort located at the center of Boracay Island, Philippines. With its prime location in Station 2 and a beach that is literally right outside its doorstep, the resort makes an ideal spot to take in the beauty of the island, and the perfect vantage point to explore all that it has to offer.
Aside from its striking façade and modern design, the resort boasts of well-appointed rooms and various facilities perfect for every modern traveler. It has a spa, a restaurant, a bar and events roof deck, a gym, and a conference room. More importantly, the resort takes pride in its personalized service that is unlike any other.
|ROOM CATEGORY||DAILY ROOM RATES|
|PEAK PERIOD||HIGH SEASON||LEAN SEASON|
|DELUXE ROOM||PHP 11,215||PHP 10,290||PHP 9,368|
|PREMIER ROOM||PHP 12,138||PHP 11,215||PHP 10,290|
|DELUXE SUITE||PHP 16,675||PHP 15,585||PHP 14,490|
|PREMIERE SUITE||PHP 17,685||PHP 16,675||PHP 15,585|
• Overnight room accommodation in an air-conditioned room based on single/twin sharing
• Buffet breakfast at Star Lounge
• Complimentary Arrangement: Round-trip transfers (Caticlan Airport – Resort – Caticlan Airport) from 5am to 6pm
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
- Extra Person: PHP 2,520
- Extra Child: PHP 800
- CHILD POLICY:
• Children 6 – 10 y.o. shall be charged PhP 900/night for the accommodation (sharing bed with parents)
• Round-trip Caticlan airport transfer is complimentary
• Maximum of 2 children shall be allowed per room
- PEAK PERIOD: Holy Week: Apr 14-21, 2019; Christmas / New Year: Dec 21, 2019-Jan 03, 2020 /
CNY: Jan 20-27, 2020
- HIGH SEASON: April 1-13 & Apr 22-May 31, 2019; Oct 01-Dec 20, 2019 / Jan 04-19, 2020; Jan 28-Mar 31, 2020
- LEAN SEASON: Jun 1 – Sep 30, 2019
- Hotel may require an security/incidental deposit or credit card imprint upon check-in.
- Standard check-in time is at 2PM.
- Standard check-out time is at 12NN.
- Rooms are quoted on a per room per night basis.
- All rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
- All rates are subject to change without prior notice.
- Validity: April 01, 2019 – March 31, 2020
Boracay (Region 6 - Western Visayas)
Boracay is a small island in the central Philippines. It’s known for its resorts and beaches. Along the west coast, White Beach is backed by palm trees, bars and restaurants. On the east coast, strong winds make Bulabog Beach a hub for water sports. Nearby, the observation deck on Mount Luho offers panoramic views over the island. Offshore, coral reefs and shipwrecks are home to diverse marine life.
Touted as one of the Philippines’ premier tourist destination, Boracay is a tropical paradise off the province of Aklan in the Philippines, and is internationally known for its fine, white sand beaches that captivate every adventurer and nature lover’s heart. It is a very small yet fascinating island that only stretches up to 7 kilometers with a width of only 1 kilometer at its narrowest.
It wasn’t until the 1970’s that tourism reached the island. Word of its pristine beauty was spread by European Backpackers until mainstream tourists started to take notice. In just a span of 10 years, the whole world has discovered the beautiful island of Boracay ranging from back packers to upscale tourists.
Yet despite its rapid growth and commercialism, Boracay has managed to preserve some of its beaches. A good example of this is Yapak Beach located at the back of the popular White Beach. There, it is still possible to walk on a deserted beach and enjoy peace and solitude. It is more popularly known as Puka Beach from the shell that was once endemic to this part of the island.
- Zone 1 – White Beach, Boat Station 1
Many of the islands best resorts and hotels are located here
- Zone 2 – White Beach, Boat Station 2
Resorts as well as retail shops, restaurants, cafes and supermarkets
- Zone 3 – White Beach, Boat Station 3
Bungalows and affordable accomodation can be found nearby
- Zone 4 – Bulabog Beach
Accomodation ranging from bungalows to resorts, a great area to enjoy water sports
- Zone 5 – Other Areas of Boracay
Private resorts with own pools and private recreational activities
How to Get to Boracay
Going to Boracay is no longer difficult these days as several airlines fly passengers regularly to the island. For foreign tourists, there are quite a number of international flights that can bring you to the capital of the Philippines. You may check with the airline carriers in your specific countries for flights to Manila.
From Manila, you may choose from the different airlines like Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Pacific Air and Air Asia to fly you to the island of Caticlan or Kalibo. These two are the only airports that are nearest Boracay. Caticlan is one of the jump-off points to Boracay whose flights are more expensive than Kalibo. Since it has a shorter runway, it can only accommodate propeller-type planes. Kalibo, on the other hand, can accommodate the airbus so a lot more people prefer this airport. There are about 16 flights a day to these airports so you may have all your flights within a day.