“At the beach, life is different. Time doesn’t move hour to hour but mood to moment.
We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun.” —
The flights to Caticlan, the airline emphasized, are the company’s response to the growing demand for a faster way to get to one of the country’s top tourist destinations. A direct flight to Caticlan cuts down travel time to Boracay by more than two hours.I was so impressed with AirAsia’s clean aircraft, comfy seats,friendly crew and most especially its smooth and on-time flight! I’m so thankful to be part of this inaugural flight, congratulations AirAsia!
Yay!!! Finally, we can get to the quickest way to one of the world’s top destination for relaxation!
AirAsia PH now flies to Caticlan, Boracay two times daily! ✈️🌊 🌅
As we arrived at the Caticlan airport, we immediately looked for the person from Southwest Tours wearing an orange and white sports shirt who was waiting near the exit of the airport. We patiently waited for some guests for a few minutes to fill in the shuttle van then we headed to Caticlan Jetty Port for less than 5 minutes. Then, we transferred to a speed boat heading to Boracay Cagban Port for quick 10 minutes. And as soon as we arrived, we moved to a shuttle van finally heading to our hotel which was situated at Station 1. I love that Lugar Bonito Boracay‘s transfer provider is very reliable for safe, comfortable and on time service! The Southwest Tours took us from the airport all the way to the hotel upon our arrival and back upon our departure. We were billed for the transfer for Php 1,400 each only upon checking in, it’s very affordable compared to other land transfers we had before.
If you guys follow us on Instagram (@aggynuguid & @rochelleabellaa), you would probably notice that Rochelle and I have almost similar feed. We both love bright, white & clean type of feed plus we’re into Mediterranean vibes and rustic pieces. So we were both very excited to shoot, take photos and to experience a touch of Santorini in this Greek-inspired boutique hotel.This is a stunning boutique hotel inspired by the stark white villas of Greece set against the deep blue sea of Boracay. The hotel is located between Station 1 & 2 and very near the beach just across the road. It’s only a short walk to D’Mall, convenience stores, pharmacy and restaurants, indeed a perfect location for us (titas of manila mood. lol) who wanted a little less crowded and more chill spot during our stay.
They have a total of 6 rooms and each room is uniquely and thoughtfully designed and different from each other. All rooms come with air-conditioning, 32-inch television sets with cable connection, ultra-comfortable hotel-grade mattresses, private toilet with hot & cold shower, an in-room vault and a lot more.taken during our last day // coordinates by Shop May Girl
We were welcomed by the staff with warm smiles, cold towels and drinks as soon as we arrived. The manager Chiqui was also welcoming to each of her guests and very accommodating from the time we exchange emails until we arrived at the hotel. We had a little chit chat with her before she led us to our rooms which was located at the second floor. The manager recommended us some ideal places to eat and even handed us some list of places & activities to try which was very helpful.
Our basic superior room is called Kallias meaning Beauty
Low Season: PhP 4,424.00 per night
High Season: PhP 5,309.00 per night
Peak Season: PhP 6,371.00 per nightThe maximum capacity of our room is up to 3 guests (3 adults / 2 adults+1 child / 1 adult+ 2 children). It has 1 Queen-sized Bed and 1 Day Bed.
We have complete amenities,from Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, hot and cold shower in the bathroom, blow dryer, bamboo speakers, cable TV, to a place to hang our towels and wet clothes & swimwear.
Even the private toilet in our room is so instagrammable!
Went up stairs to check out their Standard rooms
This room is called Thales meaning Blosssom / 1 Double Bed perfect for 2 guests Low Season: PhP 3,539.00 per night
High Season: PhP 4,424.00 per night
Peak Season: PhP 5,309.00 per night
We also had a chance to take a peak at the third floor for their Basic Family Room.
They call this room as Photine meaning Light
2 Queen-sized Beds can accommodate up to 5 guestsLow Season: PhP 5,309.00 per night (plus PhP 700.00 per additional guest per night, if any)
High Season: PhP 7,079.00 per night (plus PhP 900.00 per additional guest per night, if any)
Peak Season: PhP 8,407.00 per night (plus PhP 1,100.00 per additional guest per night, if any)
Fresh, Clean towels Stairs heading to their rooftop
Another door leading to a paradise — ocean view, sea breeze and fresh air rooftop on the 4th floor with a very promising view of the grotto, sun and sand of the serene and peaceful station 1.Continental breakfast for two served in the spectacular ocean view at the roof deck
watch by @komono_store_ph
off shoulder top by @thewardrobemanilaFREE daily Continental Breakfasts consisting of eggs, toast, butter, local jam & served with French Press Coffee.They also serve Filipino Breakfast : Corned Beef, Daing Bangus, Pork Longganisa, Lucban, Sardines, Beef Tapa or Pork Tocino & served with French Press Coffee.‘Love Yourself Shirt’ by @wckd.com / watch by @komono_store_phIt was my first time to try Binagoongan Liempo and until now I’m craving for it! Ms. Chiqui was the one recommended this place and she even told us that we have 10% off discount by staying at Lugar Bonito Hotel.
view while eating our lunch at Mamita’s Grill
with @rochelleabellaa / ROCHELLEABELLA.COM off shoulder bikini from Cinderella
Twinning in our Cesa PH bikinis & towel roundies from @freestylebody
Thursday Tee from @2bstmnl watermelon crochet bikini top by @swimkinies_cebu binagoongang liempo again for our second day