We went to Boracay last month for a quick getaway and we booked everything on a whim, and on a budget. We had heard about Ti Braz in a previous trip to Boracay earlier this year and we decided that since we were on a budget and we wanted privacy, we would try a boutique hotel. The Rooms at Ti Braz were the perfect choice. The staff were polite, attentive and cheerful. They even brought our drinks to us while we lounged on the beach. We never had to take an overpriced tricycle ride to D'Mall or Jonah's fruit shake stand because everything was so near (maybe 1 or 2 minutes stroll to the mall) and the beach was just a few steps away. (with their own beach chairs and cushions. At night we could go out and drink at the bars and not worry about how to get back to the hotel because the way back was so short.
We didn't expect too much, because for the price that they charged, they provide clean, simple rooms, cable TV, hot/cold water and delicious breakfast.
Sometimes its fun to stay in the full-sized hotel with all those amenities, but when you're looking for something new, simple, no-frills, I would definitely recommend staying here, and we are definitely going back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- : TI BRAZformerly known as Cafe BreizhThe old favorite crepe place formerly known as Cafe Breizh in Boracay has a whole new face. The updated version of this Bretagne-style cafe will emphasize on ambience, light and mood to compliment its traditional fare. Hues of blues and golds will be used to create a warm and elegant atmosphere strengthened by materials of sand and wood to harmonize with its environment. The overall impression is a hip, classy and comfortable cafe that will cater to a clientele of the same description. Savored for years by the locals and tourists of Boracay, the popular crepes made a comeback October 2008.Ti-Braz, which means little Bretagne where crepes were originally from, will offer not only its famous wafer-thin pancakes but also simple French food. Departing from its reputation as "haute cuisine" Ti-braz will acquaint its patrons with traditional French home-cooking. ... more less