Second Wind Bed Bunk and Breakfast
Bulabog Rd., Boracay, Malay, Aklan
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As always, very clean and nice staff. I just hope they didn't remove their breakfast, cause it's when their guests get to actually bond with each other.
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I stayed here with my buddy for a night and it was awesome! This is a new poshtel in Boracay. They have both private rooms as well as dorm type bunk beds accommodation. I must say, their rates are so affordable for the quality of their rooms. All of their rooms are equipped with air-conditioners, nice beds and each of you gets a locker.
The bed, bunk and breakfast place is conveniently located in Station 2, accessible to all the good restaurants in Boracay as well as a good 5 minutes walk to the White Beach. The poshtel also gives their guests access to free beach beds from selected places by the white beach. It's also just a short 5 minutes walk to D'Mall, and if you want to take a tricycle, they can easily take one because the place is right on the road and can easily be found. It's great if your goal in the island is to have a food trip, spend most of your day out in the great outdoors, but still come home to a very comfortable bed. Obviously, Snoopy approves!
We got a private twin room. Their mattresses were very comfortable. They feel like those of 3 star hotels, maybe even better. The look of the rooms were very simple and appealing too. (FYI, I stole the photo of the Twin Room online because my friend immediately jumped on her bed that I didn't get to take a photo of the two beds together. ) They just don't give out soap and stuff but it was ok because it literally was just a few steps from the 24/7 Convenience Store which practically had everything.
The most awesome thing about the room was the restroom! The shower was huge and the water pressure was excellent! They had hot and cold options for the shower, which was a plus. And they had bidets! Bidets, people! It made it a whole lot more affordable, and worth every peso!
We paid Php 700 per person per night for the private room, but should you go for a bed in one of their sharing dorms, it's just Php 400 per person per night. All of their room packages come with breakfast from Kubo, the restaurant right across the place. (I'll write about that too separately.) I just got to peek in one of their vacant dorm rooms and they also look very comfortable!
I definitely recommend this place to the budget traveler. Next time, I want to come back or maybe try their other poshtel, MNL Boracay. It was actually their first property and they also have nice reviews on TripAdvisor! I can't wait for the next YOLO trip!
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