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Sea Wind Resort Boracay For A Convenient Boracay Vacation

Sea Wind Resort Boracay offers their guests only the best.

With the sun enveloping the clean landscape of tropical palm trees, this resort certainly unfastened the world-class beach front of Boracay Island. Sea Wind aims to care for their guest with a lot of indulgence, tending, cordial reception and the friendly, competent staff.

Sea Wind Resort Boracay has all the amenities that you are looking in a place to stay in Boracay. It is private in the sense that it will make you feel that you own the place and the feeling of being home. The place is welcoming. The resort staffs beam their smiles on you and treat you like you are the king and the queen of that palace. It is also an intimate place to stay where your needs are catered and provided by the resort.

They have the Ante, Bamboo, Deluxe and Super Deluxe, Suite, and Superior Rooms which their guests can choose from. For everyone to enjoy the comfort and convenience, the room accommodations are all spacious and air-conditioned. Private baths are provided and each room is equipped with TV set and mini-fridge.

Sea Wind Resort Boracay would be a perfect place for any occasion. The resort has a coffee shop named Pikoy's and its own restaurant cater a wide range of both local and international cuisines and is open from 6:30 in the morning and closes at 10:00 in the evening. The resort has a conference room, The Habagat Deck which can accommodate small to medium sized meetings or even private functions. At sunset an al fresco seafood and barbecue grill is available from 6:30 till 10 in the evening. By sunrise, this space is converted into the Garden Terrace. You can also have a taste on the best serving seafood in Boracay in their buffet breakfast and dinner.

Like any other resort in Boracay, Sea Wind Resort also offers packages that would be best for your budget. During the lean season, a deluxe room can cost Php 6,100.00 and Php 10,500.00 in peak season. A super deluxe room on the other hand can cost its guest Php 6,885.00 during lean season and Php 12,500.00 during the peak season.

Suite rooms can cost a guest Php 8,100.00 and Php 14,500.00 during the lean and peak seasons respectively. Packages are inclusive of daily breakfast, a welcome drink, tax and service charge. A 3 days/2 nights package with airfare is also available and includes an airfare from Manila to Caticlan and vice versa via Sea Air or Asian Spirit, roundtrip door-to-door transfers, airport to boat dock, boat dock to resort, accommodations, and free daily breakfast per person.

They have a summer fun promo which runs on June. This could be a single, twin sharing, triple sharing and quad sharing with prices affordable enough for you to enjoy 3 days and 2 night, 4 days and 3 nights, 5 days and 4 nights, 6 days and 5 nights and 7 days and 6 nights stay in Boracay. The summer fun promo is inclusive of a deluxe room accommodation, daily breakfast, welcome drinks and a round trip transfer via Caticlan airport.

A wide array of activities awaits its guests. The resort staff may arrange water sports schedule for its guests. Water sports include scuba dive, jet skiing, island hopping, boat tours and snorkeling. Land novice may explore different nearby island or the local market from which they could buy souvenir items at very low prices. These and more are some of the great deals of the Sea Wind Resort Boracay offering you the best services to appreciate in an island vacation.




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