Wednesday, May 12, 2010

alta vista boracay

a panoramic view of the horizon partly covered by the hills over the open swimming pool area. not the usual perspective of the party island of Boracay.
when our boat docked at the island's central pier, we were brught to the Southeast Asian inspired triple A condotel, Alta Vista de Boracay. our home over the weekend. located at the hilly Northern central area of the island.
took a short rest at the dining area and met the rest of the group at the main lobby. we were given an overview of the seventeen-building neighborhood, which is considered as Boracay's biggest luxury resort today.
our room and the rest of the 500 rooms each has its own private balcony of beautiful vantage point. each building were named after some of the world's majestic peaks. i was not surprised to learn that we were assigned to Everest.
we were assigned to a spacious Studio Suite with really comfy beds and toilet with a bath tub. another type of room available is the Loft with a beautiful living room and a room on the second floor.
if you're looking for a nice respite with a breezy atmosphere, this is a great option. its amenities like the the spacious lobby offering free wifi access, an infinity pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and its spa makes it an ideal place to indulge a relaxing vacation.
as much as we wanted to rest and enjoy our rooms we were as excited of the activities prepared by the resort for us. it is just a short five-minute ride down to the secluded Puka beach.
Alta Vista de Boracay also offers you the chance to own unit with a title registered with your name which no other developer in the island can provide. this is a project of DMCI Homes for inquiries you may call 02-4032672 or for updated room rates you may visit their official site www.altavistadeboracay.com.ph

22 comments:

Chyng said...

im considering that last time kasi ang ganda at mura (parang ASYA BORACAY) kaso parehong malayo sa beach. pero might consider that again, pwede! Ü

gillboard said...

i think that's where we're staying next year for my friend's wedding.

can't wait for it!!!

fufu said...

wow wow wow... boracay! the white sand beach!!! i wanna go there!! but i heard palawan is much better... is it true?

sheng said...

Ang sarap ng Boracay ano, how i wish i could go back there again.

buhayprinsesa said...

ang ganda ng place parang ang sarap maligo kahit sa pool pa lang! :)

I am Xprosaic said...

Nice! yun nga lang medyo malayo sa beach... pero pwede naman...

J-me Pikman said...

TY!!!!

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SandyCarlson said...

What a gorgeous place. Looks like the perfect place for some rest and rest and rest!

pusang kalye said...

ito yung nasa taas ng urol on the way to PUKA beach---ginagawa pa sya dati nung dumalaw ako 10 years ago---jok---nung 2008....malayo sa beach pero maganda kasi parang secluded sa taas ng burol...tahimik at me view ng whole island halos....

Pietro said...

What a beautiful place for a great vacation! Really interesting.

luna miranda said...

aba, ang sosy naman ng Boracay lodgings mo! ala-Shangri-la din ba ang rate dito?

docgelo said...

nice place for much needed relaxation; was it all for free for invited bloggers, dom? wow, i am now green with envy. =)

nuts said...

for now, dito muna ko sa blog mo mag summer.. now, alam ko na san ang best destination for summer.

Bengbeng said...

i would love to spend a weekend there

Everlito (ever) Villacruz said...

masarap tong bakasyon lalo na tapos na ang eleksyon..winner para sa mga nanalo,..winner din para sa gustong magpalipas sa pagkatalo.

alicesg said...

Look like a very cozy and nice resort for a vaccation. Beautiful.

Sendo said...

my gulay..im dying to get to boracay really...kelan pa kaya un

bat ang ganda ganda...huwaw...gusto ko magrelax....at sabi ni chyng mura ...so i'll consider this one hehe...magtatrabaho talaga muna ako niyahaha

@fufu....for me palawan is better for me....it's more on nature there.,,hehe..

zherwin said...

this is a really nice alternative for someone who wants to be in boracay but do not like the noise.

@fufu, i second the motion, palawan (especially coron) is waaay better than boracay.

Reena said...

i like your 3rd photo. nice ceiling!! tamanag-tama, i'm designing a resthouse that requires hight ceiling. ganyan din naiimagine ko. :D

Heart of Rachel said...

That's a really lovely resort.

Boracay Hotels said...

Lovely photos. I heard something Alta Vista hotel, is it good facilities there???



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