Cohiba Villas

Cohiba Showroom, Bulabog, Philippines
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by tommytourist

In February 2010 me and about 4-5 people are wondering what would be the best kind of place to stay for around 20-30USD a night each (so max 100-150USD a night if it fits us all). We want to be within close distance of the nightlife as that is what we will be there for, but wouldn't mind being 10-15minutes out of the action if we want a quiet nights sleep.

Thanks in advance!

Re: Accommodation!

by mastercooks

Well in Boracay there are lots of accomodation to choose from and it depends which place in the area do you prefer either beach front or non beach front, but mostly beach front accomodation are bit expensive,

You could check this names of the internet to see their site and decide for your self which one suits your budget,my list dont have specific ranking just do the research

1.Dave Straw Hat inn
2. Turtle Inn Boracay
3. Orchids Resort Boracay
4. La Fiesta or Casa Fiesta (both beach front) no website use to see price list
5. Arwana Hotel
6. Ocean Breeze Inn

or you could just use to see the list of accomodations in Boracay and I would suggest just to look for the names in this site and book with the hotel directly sometimes you could get discounts if you directly book with the hotel rather using agents.

Re: Accommodation!

by sirenna

Definitely a good idea to stay a little away from the main nightlife area as the sound travels a long way!

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Wading Through Waters

by limledi

As almost all passengers have to wade through the water to get to the boats or back to shore, patent-leather boots and well-pressed long trousers are definitely not the things to wear. As a general rule it's a good idea to pack everything as watertight as possible, eg in a plastic rubbish bag. Long, White Fine Sandy Beaches.


by sirenna

This is one of the Philippines' favourite sports (besides basketball). It is certainly not to everyones taste, and fights can be rather gory. If you particularly wish to see a cockfight, just ask a local; there's an arena near station 2.
Many local people breed roosters at home, and you'll see (and hear) them almost everywhere on the island.

Banana Boat Ride......yeah baby 2 !!

by maple_air

That's me, my papa, and my cousins, waving to the camera just before the boat speed off to take us to the deeper part of the sea. We were so excited, as we do not know what to expect. Everyone is made to wear a life vest, and given a small briefing on what to do and a little of what to expect before setting off. Lab..dub..lad..dub...i could here my heart beating with excitement!

The Sleeping Dogie

by pres_16

Seen this dog when I was doing a night stroll along the beach. This dog has actually caught the attention of several night strollers. People would stop and take a look but the dog simply wouldn't mind what's happening around him at all.

When I was about to take this shot, another dog came to join this sleeping dog.

Local Art

by syllybabe about Stables

It's just one of those little shack-like shops along the beach that you'd pass in between station 2 to station 1. They sell a little bit of the usual stuff...beads, sarongs, wood sculptures and some local art.
An added bonus is the little bar right next door run by an Italian-American lady from San Francisco...right now I can't remember her name. She bakes calamansi (local lemon) cakes and serves different kinds of tea and coffee. We discovered that Stables is like a little gallery for a few artist friends of the owner. Ended up buying a 30 x 48 inch (or something like that) painting for the bargain price of $60. It's hanging in the living room in Maine.


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Address: Cohiba Showroom, Bulabog, Philippines