August 03, 2016

Monaco Suites de Boracay

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  • People always see Boracay for its all-night beach parties, stunning sunsets, and wealth of water activities. What most people don’t know is that you can always spend a relaxing vacation in Boracay. You just need to open your eyes to possibilities… like what they did at Monaco Suites de Boracay.

    Monaco Suites de Boracay is a 16,000-square-meter perched on the sides of Boracay Hills. The resort boasts some of the best views you’ll get on the island thank to its secluded setting. Monaco Suites also has access to its own private beach, further cementing their place as one of the best resorts on the island.

    It’s the only all-suite resort hotel in the Philippines with rooms as big as 240 square meters. Their suites feel more like stepping into your own home than being in a resort. The resort’s Mediterranean-inspired décor will make guests feel like they’re in a city in Southern France, especially if they’re lounging in the resort’s pool.









    To experience the best of Monaco Suites, get their Grand Monaco Suite (P87,000 per night). It is a 140-square-meter two bedroom suite that has the best of the resort’s amenities: a living room with an LCD TV, a fully-furnished kitchen, dining area, and marbled bathrooms with bathtub and/or shower. It also has a private balcony where you can enjoy spectacular views of the ocean as well as a glimpse of Boracay’s nightlife.





    Dining is yet another thing that’s laced with the best views of the ocean in Monaco Suites. The Seaview Restaurant is located at the center of the resort, just below the expansive reception area. The international buffet-style dining coupled with sweeping views of the ocean make any meal at the Seaview Restaurant one for the books.

    Monaco Suites de Boracay is located at Tulubhan, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island. For reservations, you can visit or call 036-288-4800 or 0917-498-9775. You can also call their Manila office at 02-856-6640 or 02-729-9253.

    Price range: P85,000 – P325,000 per night (peak season), P38,250 – P195,000 per night (lean season)


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