I had combed through more than a dozen different hotel websites but when I stumbled on tripadvisor and read the reviews on Two Seasons, I was set to stay in this hotel.
First off is the location, it's a beach front boutique hotel in station 1, which means less people walking by but near enough d'mall. We had friends staying in station 2 and they would often trek to our side of the beach so they could chill in the hotel's cabanas and swim in the afternoon. And anytime we needed to hit d'mall, we just had to call front desk and they'll ready the service for us, which is already part of the room service.
Next is the service in the hotel - it's a really quaint and cozy hotel which meant personalized service. The moment we met our driver in the airport, we knew we picked the right hotel. Everyone was all smiles and friendly all throughout our stay. Whenever we needed anything (like medicine for a hang over) we got it right away. And while lounging in the cabanas or while out baking in the sun, there were a lot of waiters just standing by, ready to hand a plush towel or ready to remind us that happy hour has started (which is from 1pm to 8pm) which meant cocktails are now buy 1 take 1, while local beers are half price :)
And the room, we loved our room! It was really clean and just like how their website described it, "with woven abaca fabric details" which felt home-y and hotel-y at the same time. We had everything we needed - an ipod dock, flat screen tv, dvd player and internet. The balcony was cool, I would have loved it even more if I saw the beach without having to lean farther and though I couldn't really see the koi fish pond from our room, I was ready for that. I checked the doors right away to see if they work (coming from the reviews I read here) and they were ok. I also loved the bathroom as it was clean, very chic with everything you need plus a lovely rain shower to boot :)
I haven't even described the food yet. When we got there and had lunch at Bar Lo while waiting for our room, they gave us free cocnut-ginger-mango creme brulee :) You have to try their nachos and pizza as they make their own thin crust. I'm pretty sure the rest of the menu is good. We were just able to sample their lemon seafood pasta, baked crabs, wine and a couple of cocktails which were all yum! We wanted 'resort food' - clean, refreshing and flavorful - and we got it at Bar Lo. You can't go wrong if Gino from Cafe Ysabel was the one who created the menu :)
I didn't encounter any issue at all with the transfers, everyone was there on time and even waiting for us. I think they really worked their kinks out already. If I go back to Boracay, I don't intend to look for any other hotel. It has to be Two Seasons or bust for me. They provided exactly what my idea of a chillaxing time should be. Can't wait to go back!
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- Also Known As:
- 2 Seasons Boracay Resort
- Two Seasons Boracay Hotel Boracay
- Two Seasons Hotel