Recommended Resorts and Hotels

Shangri-la Boracay Beach Resort
Tanawin Luxury Apartments

The Room Types In Hotels and Resorts in Boracay:

a. Single Room

This room type is strictly for one single adult only. Only 1 single bed (with approximate dimension of 105cm x 200 cm) will fit. This type of room is common in resorts that are not on the beachfront.

b. Twin Room

This type of room has two single beds (with approximate dimensions of 105 cm x 200 cm) for two adults.

c. Double Room

Usually, a Double Room has one large bed (can either be Queen or King Size) for two adults.

d. Triple Room

Any of the following combination where 3 adults can fit in a room is considered a Triple Room:

  • One large (Queen or King sized) bed + one single bed
  • Three single beds in one room

e. Family Room

Can accommodate up to 4 adults. Typically any of the following combinations:

  • One large (Queen or King sized) bed + two single beds
  • Four single beds

f. Suite Room

Usually consists of a living room in addition to the bedroom. The bedroom contains one large bed (Queen or King size) for two adults. Typically larger, more fancy, and more expensive than any other rooms in your hotel.

g. Cottage

Typically made of bamboo poles and other native materials, it stands alone or adjoined with other cottages. See example below:

Nigi-Nigi Cottage. Photocredit: Niginigi.com

h. Bungalow

Is a one-story cottage made of tiles or concrete and usually has a veranda. A bungalow is typically bigger than a cottage and smaller than a villa.

i. Apartment/ Villa

Typically one or two bedroom cottage with a small living area, a kitchen, and a bathroom. A bedroom has one bed that can accommodate two adults and one extra bed can be requested for the third person. A three-bedroom apartment/villa can accommodate a total of 9 adults max.

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