Astoria Boracay in Boracay Island, Philippines is situated along the exclusive and upscale area of Station 1, where the White Beach is at its widest.It offers 5 type of rooms such as Luxury Room, Deluxe Pool Room, Premier Room, Deluxe Room and Honeymoon Suite, all equipped with private bath with hot and cold shower, Personal refrigerator, coffee and tea maker, free Internet access etc. Some of its facilities and services are outdoor swimming pool, coffee shop and restaurant, business center, conference rooms etc. One of the easiest and fastest ways to get here is via a plane ride to the Caticlan Airport. From here, tricycles are available to take you to the Caticlan Jetty Port, from which you’ll take a 20-minute boat ride to Boracay. From the island-side port, a short tricycle ride will bring you to Astoria Boracay via the main road.
ideal location, quiet, peaceful and secured when you are within the hotel premises yet just a few steps out and your into the nice white sand beach with lots of water sports activities being offered. Close also to the busy station 2 and d'mall. our 4-yr old daughter really had a fun time at the pool with its warm and soft water, changing cool underwater lights and comfortable pool beds. Rooms are modern in design with LCD TV, quiet aircon, comfortable beds and pillows, large bathroom w/ separate tub, sink and rainshowers, high-speed wifi connection.
Nothing except that our luxury premiere room could have been provided with a coffee table for a much comfortable in-room drinking and dining experience. Wish also that the space for drying up clothes could have been converted to a balcony overlooking the wonderful pool.
Friendly hotel staff, buffet breakfast, room designs, super cool a/c
the hotel-transfer-provider hired by Astoria used tricycles in bringing guests from Boracay port to hotel instead of a more comfortable air-conditioned van.
Cleanliness, well trained staff, great food and location, nice interior designs.
it would be nice if the guests on the upper floor would not be allowed to hang their clothes to dry outside their rooms.