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See How Canyon de Boracay Can Make Your Dream Vacation Come True

Want to be at the center of the action and still have a serene stay? Canyon de Boracay lets you do both.

By: Karen Bermejo | March 09, 2019
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Alice in Wonderland St., Station 2, Brgy. Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan( Waze Map )
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Canyon de Boracay

Even just looking around Canyon de Boracay can be relaxing.

Gone were the days when only dauntless travelers would have the courage to visit Boracay. The once-secret paradise only known to Western backpackers has evolved into a bustling tourist island. Over the years, Boracay has transformed into an accessible destination for both local and international travelers. In fact, thousands of travelers visit this world-renowned island each day just to experience its white sand beaches, engaging water sports activities, and diverse gastronomic delights. And with years of development and booming tourism, the beaches that used to be surrounded only by coconut trees are now enveloped with commercial buildings.

While there are 12 beaches surrounding Boracay, one that is well-known in the international arena is White Beach, an immaculate four-kilometer beach with white sand as soft as baby powder. White Beach is divided into three sections, and on its central part is Station 2 where most of the action happens.

Here, amid the hustle and bustle, lies a place of serenity: Canyon de Boracay. This hotel stands as an oasis in a tourist-frenzied spot, one that can make your island dreams come true. Read on and we’ll tell you all about it.

A Serene Paradise in Chaotic Station 2


The simple but inviting façade of Canyon de Boracay

Canyon de Boracay used to be a boutique hotel operated by another property owner. But in 2012, Canyon Hotels and Resorts transformed the place into a serene sanctuary. Seven years later, the brand has become popular among travelers, and even today, its name continues to resonate with tourists.

Although Station 2 is like a tourist jungle, finding Canyon de Boracay is easy as 1-2-3. It’s about five minutes from the main road and just two minutes away from the beachfront. The moment you enter the property, you will instantly feel a different vibe thanks to its green landscape. The huge trees tucked in between the opposite buildings of the hotel provide a soothing contrast from the heat and chaos outside. There are even pine trees—an uncommon sight which you would not expect in an island!

Comfy and Spacious Rooms


Rooms are designed for relaxation after a tiring and activity-filled day.

Canyon de Boracay put great emphasis on the comfort of their guests. To prove that, the hotel is equipped with modern amenities to make every guest’s stay convenient and relaxing. Some of the features found in all rooms are a sofa, 32-inch television, wardrobe closet, and a safety deposit box.

Meanwhile, the rooms themselves are spacious; in fact, accommodations for two are big enough to fit a family! In total, the hotel has 31 rooms: 15 courtyard suites, eight villa suites, and eight deluxe rooms.


The Courtyard Suites are good for family or groups of travelers.

Their Courtyard Suite (PhP10,000) can accommodate up to six people. It has two queen beds and a mini bar. Ground floor suites have their own private garden while upper rooms have balconies.


Spacious garden view of the Deluxe Room

If you’re travelling solo or with a group less than four, you can opt for Canyon de Boracay’s Deluxe Room (PhP8,000). The deluxe rooms have two double beds, a sofa, and a mini refrigerator. Those on the ground floor can also chill in their own private garden.


The Villa Suites have the biggest floor space and are perfect for honeymooners.

Their biggest rooms are the Villa Suites (PhP12,000). Each room has a king bed, a mini kitchen, and a spacious private balcony. With its intimate setup, this accommodation type is perfect for honeymooners.

Home of Delectable International Cuisines

Canyon de Boracay

Traviesa means ‘piece of wood’ in Spanish which is highlighted by the natural look of the restaurant.

You need not go far to try delicious food on the island since Canyon de Boracay has its own in-house restaurant, Travesia. It’s hard to miss, as it is set just in front of the resort’s lobby. Travesia’s signature drink will also be your first taste of Canyon de Boracay’s hospitality, as you will be served with this refreshing drink while waiting to be checked in.

Travesia translates to “piece of wood” in Spanish, and you can already tell that this is what it means just by looking at its rustic look. Although this al-fresco restaurant serves an array of European and Asian menu, classic Filipino dishes are also a hit among diners.


The seafood in this dish gives a unique twist to the classic Filipino dish.

One of their specialty dishes is the seafood kare-kare, a stew with a thick peanut sauce. Kare-kare is normally composed of ox tail, offal, and tripe, so having seafood as the meat is a delightful and unique take on the traditional recipe. You would surely ask for some extra rice with this dish’s savory flavor.


Choose from savory or light flavors at Traviesa.

If you prefer something lighter, then try the grilled salmon with lemon butter. It is highly recommended as its bright flavors are not too heavy on the stomach. It is served with rice and some vegetables to still make for a satisfying meal.

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Enjoy these gastronomic delights at Traviesa.

If you want to skip the rice, they also serve pasta and pizzas. Their signature Traviesa pizza is perfect for meat lovers. Who would not drool over a pizza with ham, bacon, pepperoni, various types of sausage, and salami? If you’re a vegetarian, Travesia also has menu options for you.


Choose from any of these classic cocktails as you bask in the late afternoon sun.

You can finish your meal with some classic Filipino desserts such as leche flan (caramel custard) or halo halo (shaved ice with various toppings). Don’t have a sweet tooth but suffer from thirst? Don’t worry! Travesia offers various alcoholic drinks, too. They serve classic cocktails, premium wine, and liquors.

A Perfect Venue for Intimate Gatherings


Have your own little party at the poolside or just soak in this private infinity pool at Canyon de Boracay.

If you’re planning to hold business or social events, Canyon de Boracay can also arrange everything for you. They have a business center that can cater to meetings, conferences, and private gatherings. You can also reserve Traviesa entirely for your event if you want to hold it in an al fresco setup.

The poolside can also be the venue for your little party. It is located at the inner portion of the resort so you get the exclusivity you want. In here, you and your guests can soak up, chill, and rest away from the sun and the crowd.

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Smiles abound at Canyon de Boracay

Committed to providing a stress-free vacation, the Canyon de Boracay staff helps arrange airport transfers to give their guests seamless travel. More than that, they also ensure that their guests experience the best of Boracay, so they connect them with reliable service providers for island hopping and other water sports activities.

With the island’s rehabilitation, Canyon de Boracay also fully commits to take part in sustainable tourism. The resort imposes a green policy in their premises to help preserve the island’s natural resources. For instance, they use only organic household cleaning fluids and detergent. The resort also commits to having a proper sewage system and waste segregation.

Despite the busyness of the island and chaos that it went through especially last year, the serene grandeur of Canyon de Boracay remains. And now that the island is getting back its glory and title as the jewel of Philippine tourism, Canyon de Boracay is more than ready to welcome everyone to its serene paradise within a paradise.

Need tips and tricks in planning your Boracay vacation? Learn more about the island’s attractions, hotels, and restaurants when you visit Yoorekka.

Planning to visit this island paradise? Make sure to book your accommodations with Canyon de Boracay!

Canyon de Boracay is located at Station 2, Alice in Wonderland, Boracay Island, Philippines.
You may reach them through the following contact details: 881-8433, reservations@canyon.ph

You may also visit http://canyon.ph/canyon-de-boracay/ for more details.

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About Karen Bermejo
Karen is a writer, a traveler, and a volunteer. Her ultimate dream is to travel the world, master a foreign language, and learn how to swim. To keep her sanity while chasing her dreams, she’s scaling mountains on weekends.
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