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Time to go lush—relax and recharge in Boracay.
Image: The Lind Boracay Facebook Page
It would be music to a traveler’s ears once traveling is announced safe again. Once this happens, the big question is, “Where does one go after the quarantine measures are lifted?” For most, luxurious resorts and tropical beachfront hotels are the top destinations. Here’s a great answer: the island of Boracay.
The good thing about it is that some people don’t have to wait to stay in luxurious hotels in Boracay. If you follow the news, Western Visayas tourists can now visit Boracay Island. However, “new normal” rules such as mask-wearing and social distancing still apply when roaming around the island. If you are itching to set foot on the island’s famed white sand, take a look at the list of beachfront hotels in Boracay!
There’s nothing like a grand resort for a truly luxe escape after the pandemic. Located at Station 2, Henann Regency Resort & Spa is an expert in luxurious offers with its striking Mediterranean-inspired architecture, spacious beachfront, and upscale facilities. The resort promises guests world-class suites with professional house-keeping services that will make their stay memorable. For a note-worthy experience, indulge and book its finest suites with indoor pools!
Spend your first vacation relaxing in Discovery Shores Boracay’s state-of-the-art suites.
Image: Discovery Shores Boracay Facebook Page
Large windows, modern decor, rooms with plunge pools, and a 360 roof lounge—every inch of Discovery Shores Boracay screams splendor. Each of its rooms, from the bedroom to signature suites, is designed to give comfort and a homey ambiance. Meanwhile the resort’s roof lounge will treat you to unobstructed views of the island. And if you wish to tone your abs before taking a selfie at the beach, you can also drop by the resort’s in-house gym for a quick workout!
Location:White Beach, Station 1, Barangay Balabag, Boracay, Aklan
The Lind Boracay showcases all the natural beauty of Boracay.
Image: The Lind Boracay Facebook Page
Spending intimate time with a loved one in The Lind Boracay is certainly one way to see your pandemic stress disappear. This resort boasts stylish rooms and facilities, intuitive services, and front-row seats to a tropical landscape. Best of all, there is a rooftop infinity pool and a beach level pool to keep your sunbathed body cool.
Astoria Boracay houses large and modern rooms suited for family trips.
Image: Astoria Boracay Facebook Page
Astoria Boracay affords you with facilities that let you blend relaxation and outdoor action. The resort is situated near water activity tours, making it ideal for travelers who like to spend most of the trip submerged in action. And by nighttime, you can forget all your worries and chill under the stars at the resort’s pool lounge.
The District Boracay is a stone’s throw away from D’Mall, restaurants, and souvenir stalls.
Image: The District Boracay Facebook Page
This eco-resort powered by solar energy is a first of its kind. The District Boracay has an upscale boutique vibe combined with casual fun. Luxury greets guests in this hotel’s chic rooms and personalized service. And for breakfast, you not only sate your appetite but also get to wallow in picturesque views at the hotel’s Star Lounge!
Just by reading this, you might already be smelling the ocean breeze and feeling the heat of the sun. Once quarantine ends, transport yourself to this paradise!
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About Shanice Reyes
Shanice Reyes writes to buy herself good coffee and bike parts. When she's not writing, you can find her playing Ultimate Frisbee, traveling to new places, or hanging out with her dogs and tarantulas. Though she has an irrational fear of heights, she'd love to try sky-diving one day.
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