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We have a range of budget places to stay in Boracay Island from as low as £6 per night
Based on previous Boracay Island accommodation searches, the average starting price is £35
Want to splurge? At the top end in Boracay Island, we have 21 places to stay with prices starting at £72
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Boracay Island is £35 per night.
Bulabog Road, Brgy. Balabag, Boracay Island Malay,Excellent 94%
Barangay Yapak MalayExcellent 90%
luzantolo I was a little bit disappointed upon arrival as it was difficult to locate the place. The pathwalk is not easy and the people whom we asked along the way seemed not to know the place ( i guess they want to get their offers). But the welcome I get from the staff was quite amazing, their concern, their patience to listen as I ventilate my exhaustion appeased my disappointment. The garden is beautiful i was glad to have stayed in the hut facing the garden. The other thing is the availability of the kitchen..it makes us feel at home. salamat for the stay.
Station 3 - Angol, Manoc-ManocOutstanding 100%
Station 3, Barangay Manoc-Manoc Sitio Ambulong, MalayExcellent 90%
dberte We loved this place! We stayed in a lovely 4-person dorm that had plenty of room to move around without having to constantly stow our bags away. The room was never buggy or too hot. The staff was kind and helpful, food was delicious, facilities well-built and well-maintained. I kind of wish I could just live there! It was also only a 2-minute walk from one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, which makes the price of the room all the more appealing. The only downside, and it is a very small one, is that there were no hot showers (at least, not in our dorm, maybe in others), but that wasn't a problem most of the time. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!
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