July 05, 2019

Asya Premier Suites in Boracay Gives An All-New Meaning to Romance and Luxury

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  • Luxury and privacy–if these are the main things you are looking for in the island of Boracay, look no further than Asya Premier Suites.

    Nestled among bamboo and palm trees, Asya Premier Suites is located in Sitio Cagban, Brgy. Manoc-Manoc. It is the first luxury hotel resort from Cagban Jetty Port, just 5 to 10 minutes away from the port.

    IMAGE Asya Premier Suites

    It may be a bit farther from the main stations (Station 1, 2, and 3) of Boracay, but it is still connected from the rest through the resort’s white sand beachfront!

    If you want a short walk-through of the resort, then join Philippine Primer as we take you to Asya Premiere Suites!

    Fall for Asya

    Upon arriving at the hotel, you will instantly be greeted by Asya’s hospitable and friendly staff, who will then lead you inside their sophisticated lobby.

    A stylish lobby welcomes you to Boracay’s very own Asya Premier Suites.

    The lobby overlooks the lush villas below, which makes Asya Premier Suites reminiscent of a waterfall with its steps leading to its majestic Infinity Pool and the beautiful sea beyond.

    IMAGE Asya Premier Suites

    This Infinity Pool is perhaps one of the most sought-after features of the luxury resort as the volcanic rocks keep the water warm even at night.

    A Peek to Its Lush Rooms

    The resort has a total of 28 sophisticated rooms, each with its own bathtub, complete bathroom amenities, and a spacious bedroom to boot. The Presidential Suite even has its own private wading pool to enjoy!

    The Presidential Suite exhibits its opulence, first, with its king-sized bed, and then with its spacious bathroom.

    Its European-sized bathtub stands out from the rest.

    Relax in its private wading pool, overlooking the sea beyond.

    What may come to mind upon entering their luscious villas is its opulent and artistic grandeur. This can ultimately be seen in the resort’s architecture and interior design care of National Artist, Leandro Locsin, and Rachy Cuna respectively.

    Its landscape also draws you in with its combination of raw elements such as stone and wood, as well as touches of native design.

    Asya’s Garden Deluxe Room is ideal for you and your bestie!

    Enjoy bathing in their stylish bathroom!

    These elements work together to make one private spot in Boracay, which perhaps make it the ideal wedding and honeymoon destination for couples!

    Gourmet Madness

    Further down the waterfall-like architecture of Asya is Palay, waiting to be the private tropical dining experience you’re craving for. It overlooks the resort’s private beach and cove, making it ideal for a laidback breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the island. 

    Enjoy al fresco dining at Palay Restaurant.

    The restaurant serves local comfort food with a twist, making it proper to take its name from the Filipino term for rice grain, “Palay”.

    Try one of the Chef’s favorites, the Chicken Adobo Flakes Pizza with its local pork stew cooked in soy sauce and vinegar as an alternative to tomatoes, making the ensemble slightly sweet and savory. 

    Chicken Adobo Flakes Pizza

    You may also have a taste of Pancit Luglug made of rice noodles, drenched in a flavorful mix of crab and prawn sauce, pork rind cracklings for the added salt and texture, as well as egg slices.

    Pancit Luglug

    Their Slow Roasted Pork Ribs can also take the number one spot for your must-tries in Boracay with its smoked and barbecued finish.

    Slow Roasted Pork Ribs with Java Rice

    What perhaps will enhearten you more with Asya’s Palay Restaurant is their take on the classic Sisig– the heavily seasoned parts of pork like the pig’s head.

    Instead of just the usual sizzling plate of Sisig, Palay’s chef took it on the next level by wrapping it just like you would for a lumpia or fried spring rolls!


    Better yet, stay a little while for Adlaw’s Happy Hour–the longest on the island starting at 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., and have a sip of their cocktails and a bite of their tapas!

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    Take a bite off these delicious treats and pair them with beer at Adlaw Bar inside Asya Premier Suites!/ IMAGE Asya Premier Suites

    So for a luxurious and romantic stay on the island, let Asya Premier Suites take you in, and see for yourself how the newly reawakened Boracay can be.

    How to get here

    • Asya Premier Suites is located at Sitio Cagban, Brgy. Manoc-Manoc, just 5 to 10 minutes away from Cagban Jetty Port.
    • From Cagban Jetty Port, you may ride an e-tricycle for only Php 150 going to the hotel.
    • Asya Premier Suites also offer complete transfers from Caticlan or Kalibo Airport directly to the hotel once you booked your stay at their luxurious accommodations.
    • From Stations 1 to 3 going to Asya Premier Suites, ride an e-tricycle which may cost you Php 300 for a private ride (from Station 1). Transfers are also available from Boracay’s D’Mall.


    Address: Sitio Cagban, Brgy. Manoc-Manoc, Boracay
    Check-in: 2 p.m. / Check-out: 12 p.m.
    Palay Restaurant: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. / Adlaw Bar: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    Contact Information: 
    Website: asyapremier-boracay.com
    Email Address: reservations@asyaresorts.com
    Instagram: @asyapremiersuites

    A version of this appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese (Vol. 134) and English magazines.

    General Information

  • Sitio Cabagan, Brgy. Manoc Manoc, Boracay Island
  • 02-893-5276 or 02-892-0138 (Manila), 036-288-1790 (Boracay)
  • http://www.asyapremier-boracay.com/
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