Shangri-La Resort & Spa | Boracay, Philippines

Of all the tiny islands that have become mainstream vacation getaways, Boracay in the Philippines is one of the last little-known Asian islands and in 2011 it was ranked in the World’s Best Awards. At just 4.5 miles long, guests can see the entire island by bicycle or moped. Though small, Boracay, Philippines is the chock full of excellent beaches that host perfect sunsets, shell collecting, and romantic times. Accessible only by plane and ferry, this little paradise is fast becoming a popular vacation spot due to five star properties like the thoughtfully designed, Shangri-La Boracay Resort & Spa.

The first international deluxe resort located on the northern tip of Boracay, Shangri-La will give you an amazing feeling of physical and mental peace. Accommodations are elegant and thoughtfully designed using indigenous materials over the Deluxe, Deluxe Seaview, Premier Seaview and Premier Family Seaview and Seaview Suites. Each room is beach side and located  centrally to activities, landscaped gardens, and the crystal like ocean. The sunset converts all of this into a golden paradise and this resort acts as the perfect viewpoint to see it in the round. If recreation is your thing, activities include tennis, kayaking, deep sea diving and parasailing.

If you need food, all-day dining is available at the cafe, or get really full at the Sirena Restaurant that is an experience all its own. Everything from the BEST sushi, to southern fried chicken is served. If you are in a more relaxed mode, you can also dine and relax by the pool at Cielo, enjoy authentic Italian food at Rima or enjoy world cuisine at the Vintana. Enjoy luxurious comfort with modern amenities at Shangri-La Resort  that makes it impossible not to feel you are very special and to know you are in a true paradise! 

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