Hey! Jude Resort

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

D' Mall Boracay, 5608, Philippines
Hey! Jude Resort Hotel
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SOS Qns on Boracay Island!

by Byna

Hi VT peeps!

If god is willing, i'll be visiting Boracay Island with my bestfriend in Oct. However, we need some questions answered pls...& we are first-timers to Boracay!

1) When is the best time to go Boracay?
2) We would be on budget-cost, any nice, affordable beach-front hotels to recommend?
3) What type of water sports are available?
4) Are there flea markets along the beach?
5) Where's the best place to dine?
6) Which flights to recommend to Boracay?

Thank you people!!! For entertaining me and my questions!!! lol :)

Re: SOS Qns on Boracay Island!

by Malakawon

1. December, but if you are going there October, it is ok.

2. La Carmela de Boracay. They have a 3 days 2 nights + 1 free promo. good location, spacious rooms, newly renovated.
Bamboo Boracay, its a resort in station 3, super value for money, beachfront also.

3. All of it.

4. Yes

5. That is a difficult question. There are so many restos in Boracay that are worth mentioning. It actually depends on the kind of food you like and eat. Are you vegetarian? omnivore? Carnivore?

6. Kalibo. Though Kalibo is not the closest airport to Boracay (Caticlan is), it accommodates bigger planes, meaning less prone to cancellation. And price is way cheaper than Caticlan

Re: SOS Qns on Boracay Island!

by gdilieto

Airlines: from Manila, with good advance booking, you can get a good deal to Caticlan (the closer airport serving Boracay, right across the island) with Cebu Pacific (www.cebupacificair.com) ... Zest Air (www.zestair.com) and Seair (www.flyseair.com) are other low-cost alternatives but they fly smaller planes. You can also try Philippines Airlines which yet it will most probably be more expensive.

For restaurant you will find all kind of food that you desire: from traditional Filipino to Starbucks and Korean Barbecue. White Beach and the alleys nearby are just a line up of restaurants: choose the ones that inspire you the most. I had in March of this year a good dinner at the Spanish restaurant Dos Mestizos (owned and operated by a Canadian-Filipino family). You may also head to the Fish Market (called "D'Talipapa", few blocks off White Beach) where the restaurants around the market will cook and serve the fish and shellfish you buy at the stalls.

Watersport, many, the most interesting being sailing around the island.

Enjoy your vacation!

Re: SOS Qns on Boracay Island!

by Ksuter

I agree with La Carmella. Don't expect anything fancy, its not,but it is right on the beach and has a nice pool and poolside bar, also right on the beach.
Reviews often seem mixed for thishotel, I have been there twice and was quite happy. I always feel that people who are unhappy are expecting 4 star, but in reality it is likely 2 star, but the price reflects this. They have a breakfast buffet, but there are lots of places to eat and get breakfast, as cheap and better.
This hotel is about a 10 min walk from d'Mall, which has all the shopping you can ever need.
If it is your first time in the Philippines, I suggest Kalibo and take the drive and enjoy the countryside. The trip is an adventure. There are tons of vans that can take you to the Caticlan Jetty. Usually about 150 per person from the airport. Vans can get jammed tight though, more than once I just negotiated for the whole van.
If you want to see pics of La Carmella, check my travel blog at www.travelpod.com/members/ksuter

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Great Sand Castle

by namiewa

One of the most amazed thing in this place except the perfect sunset is that the sand castle made by people who are living here. I cant barely imagine that they made a good structure of a sand castle to get visitor's attention and donate some money for them. They made this for whole day and light up in the evening. I was staring of a guy who made this as he seems really fucos of what he've doing while the girl is mixing the sand and water... They have this best talent that im proudly says "you do rock". Even those children here are good of doing this too..

Sand Castles

by bike_packer

Six feet high sandcastles are built by locals by the White Beach on sunny days. The intricate designs are painstakingly curved and kept intact by continuously spraying water into it otherwise they easily crumble to the drying heat of the sun.

At night, lamps within the sandcastles are lighted giving that warm glow exposing the contours of the work. Daytime or nightime, tourists would find it irresistible to have a picture-op with the sandcastles at the background. A few peso dropped in a nearby donation box would make everybody happy.

Ride the waves with a jet ski

by dcmanicad

This is just motorcycle, less the chance of a flat tire.

By boat, we were brought to a platform situated in the middle of the water, about 250m off of Bulabog beach (east side of the island of Boracay). There are a number of jet skis for hire but since it is off season, we were all by ourselves to enjoy the area marked with buoys.

Safety first, you need to wear a life vest. Then they will teach you the basics (which is “let ‘er rip!). The jet ski can accommodate up to 3 persons but it is much comfortable when there are only two of you. And you can take turns jumping the waves. Oh yes, a jet ski can jump up to a few feet when it hits a wave.

It was a thrilling experience for me and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Too bad it was expensive at P1500 for 30mins. Ah well, for the experience...

beach on my own

by Rastarigo

The beach is facing Carabao Island. The place reminds me of a poignant scene in Deep Impact. Remember the girl and her dad preferred to stay on the beach and wait for the tsunami to engulf them with arms holding each other?

Shopping at D'Mall and Talipapa

by caramelski about D'Mall/Talipapa

D'Mall and Talipapa houses a collection of shops wherein you can buy various clothing, accessories as pasalubongs. Souveneir Shirts
Beads (neckalces, bracelets)
Board Shorts
Lanterns Shirts (P80-P150)
Sandos (P100-P170)
Beads (P10-P100)
Board Shorts (P150-P300)
Lanterns (P30-P50)


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 Hey! Jude Resort

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Hey! Jude Hotel Boracay

Address: D' Mall Boracay, 5608, Philippines