Crown Regency Resort Boracay
Station 3, Boracay, Malay, Aklan
- 6 Reviews
- 16 Recommend
- 6 Reviewers
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- Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
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- Stay for free if using existing bedding.
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Most Recent Reviews
Bought voucher from M.D. 2500php for an overnight stay for 4 pax. It was sulit na. The room was spacious and cozy. They also have a big swimming pool. There's also an area where you can learn how to surf. The voucher I bought was a room in their Annex building, I reserved a room but unfortunately there was no available that day. They transferred us to their main building where the pool is located. It's an advantage as the room was bigger and we dont have to transfer just to use their pool. Everyone we encountered at the resort was nice.
One comment about their pool though.. I think they used wrong tile color kasi mej nagmukang lumot yung color ng pool. Haha
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This is actually a very late review We stayed in this beachfront hotel last summer. Room is quite okay--not super clean & new but still acceptable for us.
This hotel has 2 pools. Though we stayed here during peak season, we're surprised that there aren't too many people staying in this hotel. My siblings & I were the only ones using the pools. Most people are staying in Station 1 & 2 probably because almost all the nice restos & bars are there. So if you want a less crowded hotel during peak, you may want to consider this hotel.
There's an option to include buffet breakfast in your accommodation. Breakfast is just okay--limited choices. They also have dinner buffet which I find affordable since crabs are included in the menu
Maybe the only thing that I don't like is the looonngg walk from this hotel to station 1/2 esp if it's still too hot outside--nakakadrain ng energy
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Boracay Regency is near the beach front so no hassle when you want to go to the beach. It has two huge pools inside (for people who get too dry when staying in the sea too long---me!!) but I only love 1, which is the one farther from our room. It has blue tiles which makes it look clean, serene and ocean-like. The other pool looked a bit dirty since it has white tiles that were chipped at the sides. It hurts my eyes (i'm OC like that).
The room was ok. The bed was soft and easy to sleep in. The shower was a bit cramped and not too high class (given the price of the room itself).
The decor from the room to the other parts of the hotel were really nice and contemporary. Touring the place is a feast for the eyes.
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"What happens in Boracay, stays in Boracay."
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I've always wanted to try surfing but haven't really had the time nor the chance to try it. I went to La Union before --- alone, but I just decided to watch, err, ogle at the surfers because it sucks to surf ALONE. So imagine my delight when I found out that there's a place in Boracay that simulates surfing. When the girlfriend suggested it, I immediately said yes!
Crown Regency is a bit far from the beach, it's situated somewhere along Station 3, by the road. If you're a beach person (which we are), you wouldn't want to stay here. It was a good move on their part to add this feature in their hotel.
From station 2, we took a tricycle and headed off to their hotel. After you go past the lobby, there's a sort of patio overlooking the verandas of the room and the pool --- that's where the surfing happens.
There are two things you can do, the Wave Rider or the surfing. The Wave Rider has a separate area wherein, wave riders get to "ride the wave" using a smaller board on an uneven platform with waves. The surfing is done in the pool and it's, well, surfing
The pool is for swimming and surfing, when there are people surfing, swimmers have to take the backseat. We were given a brief rundown for beginners first, and then the exciting part began.
During the rundown, it was pretty easy for me so I was quite confident that I could do it. I thought, "hey, I can do wakeboarding, how hard can it be?" And then I flopped, and flopped, and flopped... All I could pull off the whole time was a short-lived stand on my surfboard and then I'd drop butt-first or head-first... THE. WHOLE. TIME. Heh.
I didn't give up even though I felt everybody was laughing at me already. "They don't know you so shut up and surf" 'is what I told myself. And still I got washed out and drank pool water to my tummy's content albeit forcefully.
Throughout my ordeal, my instructor was pretty patient with me. I can imagine his frustration though.
After a few minutes of washing out myself, the siren blared signalling that our time was done. My companions were quite happy with their achievement, I wasn't. So I urged them to go with me and learn in La Union or somewhere near the metro.
I wanna learn how to REALLY surf before I die, you know.
The hotel looked nice, staff were pretty friendly. One thing I didn't like though, they had this small corner in the lobby where a tiger and a lion's lying down and one can pet them for a fee. I took pity on them animals...
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It has cool amenities and a great view of the beach
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