This is actually not a hotel. It are privately owned managed rooms and suites. And most of the rooms on offer if you are not careful in booking are small superior rooms - at the back of the buildings - dark, with a small balcony you can hardly stand on and with a view on the perimeter wall. Well appointed but not exactly the bright sunny suites with pool views and balconies with sweeping sea views advertised. It would take a Deluxe Suite or Grand Deluxe Suite before you can enjoy those. We had a look at one and had the impression that they were actually poorly appointed in comparison with the rooms. It may actually depend on the individual owner. Several of the really large and undoubtedly luxurious suites are not for rent.
The reception is open air as is the coffee shop- restaurant. Not exactly haute cuisine but D'Mall is close by.
As mentioned by others it can be windy at that side of Boracay but that to most is an advantage. Small but nice swimming pool and jacuzzi. Great pool bar which you mostly have to yourself in the evening when everybody has gone for dinner at the other side of the island
Real nice and helpful staff - most of them recruited from far away Mindanao