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Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel

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Sinagpa St., Balabag, Malay, Aklan Province 5608 Philippines
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Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel in Boracay is a slightly secluded beach resort located in the beginning of Boracay Boat Station 1, on the northwestern part of Boracay Island. Our Class AAA Rated Boracay Resort by the Philippines Department of Tourism offers Boracay vacationers a peaceful and relaxing environment. Punta Rosa was professionally designed, our room interiors are decorated in soft colors and native furnishings, to accentuate that tropical feeling one gets from Boracay. Punta Rosa Boracay is located just a 10 minute walk down the famous, "white beach" where you will find over 200 restaurants serving many different types of dishes from all over the world. There are up-scale boutiques for shopping, many different local shops selling native handmade items and live bands all along Boracay beach, that will delight you with colorful and vibrant music.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Babysitting
Airport transportation
Fax / photocopying
Massage
Rooftop terrace
Wifi
Restaurant
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
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Laundry service
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Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Safe
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Seating area
Telephone
Refrigerator
Complimentary toiletries
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Quaint
Great View
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Filipino
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So I booked this hotel last Oct 2019. Maybe because of its location? I read reviews and mainly they were not so good except they said if you are looking for a quiet location. I booked for 6 nights and it ripped my bank account of 48,000 pesos and a bit more. When arrived, we don’t even know where the front desk was. We figured out that you need to climb the stairs to check in (no elevator) and Ofcourse with your luggages with you, we have 4... I was guessing, the old woman that was there aside from the front desk young lady, was the owner.. No hi, no hello.. A young men helped us to our room and it was in the other building where you need to walk in a very narrow alley and climb some more stairs. Room was huge,but the color, the looks and the beddings are cheap and old.. and the door was the weirdest and oldest, that was very tricky to lock. the view from our room was partially the beach but it was not nice because all you can see are fishing boats. It was also located in a very end of station 1, where restaurants are far and expensive. Also, going to the hotel was a headache because Of road constructions. To sum it up, there was a dark, heavy feeling with the owner/manager, the room and the location. And also, it’s way too expensive for what it has to offer. I would say, it’s not for everyone. WE DECIDED NOT TO STAY! And we did not try to ask any refund because owner looked like very hard to deal with. I will never recommend this place.
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Punta Rosa is a fantastic hotel. Located right on the beach at the end of station 1. 2 minute walk to Diniwidbeach which in our opinion is the best beach. The rooms are so cozy, clean and nice. The breakfast is very tasty and you order it from a varied menu. And the staff is very nice! We got upgraded rooms by the owner during our 2 week stay here - the suite was better than all our expectations! She has also, like the rest of the staff, been super helpful with all our questions and thoughts. We recommend everyone to stay at the Punta Rosa hotel that visits Boracay. Thank you Punta Rosa for giving us the best vacation!
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We spent 5 nights at Punta Rosa. Our room was not cleaned daily. The free breakfast was really so-so. The room was spacious. This Boutique Hotel is not the beach, but very close to the beach. The best part of this place is the location. It is super quite, which is exactly what I wanted. Every night, we would take a long walk along the beach to find a restaurant to eat in. The people that operate the breakfast do a lousy job. We enjoyed walking to D-Mall everyday. This place was reasonably priced. The staff certainly need better training.
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Stayed here for 4 nights and cannot fault the place. Pros Rooms cleaned daily and thoroughly Large room, and huge bathroom Good breakfast variety, cooked on request Beach towels and bag free to rent Quiet Cons Only possible con is that it's at the very end of station 1 - not a problem for us but 15 min walk along the beach to restaurants, bars etc. Something to bear in mind Totally recommend and very happy with our choice
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We booked the room with "ocean view" for our anniversary/my birthday. When we arrived, the room is not available because the AC is under repair. They're going to upgrade us to their best room but only by next day as it's still occupied. We thought that's alright. But not really too thrilled because it has outdoor bathroom. We already got bitten by mosquitoes when we arrived. The room they gave us for the meantime was okay. But the light outside the glass door was too bright. There's a sheer white curtain but the upper part is not covered. The next day, we checked the room we originally booked because we want the ocean view. When we got there, the temporary room they gave us was better except for the bright light outside. Sadly, when we went to the balcony of the room we booked, the sea is not visible at all because the vacant lot in front of the beach has tall trees blocking the view. If you sit down and look to your right, you see a little of the shore and the water. We told them our concern and we don't like how they handled it. 1. Light too bright - the guy said "no one has ever complained before". When we said some people may not tell you but will not come back, the reply of the woman (who may be the owner/manager) was "We have repeating guests. It's because Boracay turns off the light at night so we want to light up the area." But they said they'll resolve this concern by adding something on the glass which is good. 2. The outdoor bathroom might be infested by mosquitoes - "You're from Hawaii, aren't you immune to mosquitoes?" Yep, she said that. They assure it's not gonna be infested by mosquitoes because there's a breeze. Of course when we stayed there, there were mosquitoes and you have to do your business fast or you'll get multiple bites. There were red ants in our closet too. 3. It's false advertisement because it's not ocean view - "We are the last green part of Boracay. The owner of the lot in front does not maintain it. What can we do?" Well, you can remove the part that says ocean view. The reply was "...change to jungle view..." My fiance said "I'm from Hawaii and I know about resorts" when he was explaining about it. The reply was "I'm from the Carribean and I know about resorts too." So why they put ocean view even when you can't see the ocean? We don't know. To give the benefit of the doubt, maybe they just forgot to update their website when the trees started to grow and blocked the view. But the replies were not good for customer service. She also said they have the cheapest for a good location compared to their neighbors (The Lind Hotel and Discovery Shores, etc.) which is not a fair comparison because these resorts are beach front and luxurious. Theirs is not directly in front of the beach and it's a boutique hotel. The last thing the manager said was "Maybe this resort is not for you. It's not for everybody." The good: Some friendly staff Near the beach and in station 1 so not crowded Not as expensive as other places in station 1 We checked and they changed the part to "partial sea view" now so they did update their website.
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PRICE RANGE
$50 - $114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
punta rosa hotel
LOCATION
PhilippinesVisayasPanay IslandAklan ProvinceMalayBoracay
NUMBER OF ROOMS
12
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Frequently Asked Questions about Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
Nearby attractions include The Manic Monkey Crew (0.3 miles), Diniwid Beach (0.3 miles), and Willy's Rock (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Trattoria Stella, Los Indios Bravos Boracay, and Mama's Fish House.
Does Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Filipino.
Does Punta Rosa Boutique Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.