Situated in the prestigious Station 1 of Boracay Island with a commanding view and sprawling scenic contour of lush gardens and powder-white pristine beachfront, Pearl of the Pacific Boracay Resort and Spa preserved the old-romantic allure of Boracay. Carrying with pride the tradition of Filipino hospitality, Pearl of the Pacific Boracay Resort and Spa beckons you to a world of exceptional bliss, tranquillity and comfort.
Pearl of the Pacific Boracay Resort and Spa has over 60 well-appointed guest rooms and suites equipped with private bathrooms, air-conditioning, mini-bar, cabled television, telephone service and a 24-hour room service. All rooms have verandas overlooking the beach, the pool and a tropical garden and hills.
There will be a seventy five pesos (Php75.00) per person Environmental Fee and one hundred pesos (Php 100.00) per person Terminal Fee to be paid at the Caticlan Jetty Port upon arrival. And another one hundred pesos (Php 100.00) per person Terminal Fee at the Cagban Jetty port. The charges shall be under personal account.
Free wifi in common areas only such as lobby, pool and restaurant.
• Check In : 14:00 • Check Out : 12:00 • GMT Time : +08:00 – Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi
The most convenient way to reach Boracay is by taking the one hour or thirty-five minute flights of Asian Spirit or Seair en route to Caticlan. These airlines also have flights originating from Cebu which takes you to Boracay in less than an hour.
Another alternative is by taking the Philippine Airlines or Cebu Pacific flights en route to Kalibo, from where you can take an air-conditioned bus or private van to reach theCaticlan Jetty Port.
The Caticlan Jetty Port open out to Boracay Island and a boat ride normally takes 15 to 30 minutes.
Tricycles in the jetty port can take you to any point of Boracay. Just tell the driver to take you to Pearl of the Pacific in Station 1.
The most popular tourists’ attractions of Boracay are:
Mount Luho: This is the highest peak of this island with a height of 100 m above the sea level.
Bat Caves: Located on the north East coast of Yapak it is the home of cave bats and the giant fruit bats.
Dead Forest: The hundreds of dead plants of this forest make it look haunted. The landscaped silhouette formed by this forest is worth watching.
The Kar-Tir Shell Museum:This museum has the most wonderful collection of art works made of shells.
- Airport shuttle
- Beauty salon
- Cafe/coffee shop
- Conference room
- Internet access (Wi-Fi) in public area
- Massage treatment
- Meeting room
- Night club
- Outdoor activity
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Room service
- Safe deposit box
- Tour desk
- Tourist spots shuttle
- Water sport