Philippines, Wander

Feliz Hotel Boracay

There are a lot of different accommodations to choose from if you are planning to visit Boracay.  On our latest visit to this island, we stayed at Feliz Hotel Boracay, a newly opened hotel located in D’mall.

 

 

We availed the hotel’s online promo of Php2500 per night for a Deluxe King room with breakfast for two.  The Deluxe King room has a size of 27sqm with a king bed.  When the reservations team learned that we have a child with us, they upgraded us to Deluxe Double which is slightly bigger than the Deluxe King room.  We were asked to pay an additional Php400 per day for our kid’s breakfast.

 

Located in the Heart of D’mall

Feliz Hotel Boracay is located in the heart of D’mall.  It is extremely easy to find – you can even DIY your transfers and it would not be hard.  D’mall is a popular place in Boracay that has a lot of shops, restaurants, and is a beach-front area.  We were glad to be staying in Feliz Hotel as we were so close to everything we need for our vacation.

 

Part of the hallway in the ground floor.

 

Warm Welcome

Upon arrival to Feliz Hotel, you will be greeted by the massive door in the lobby.  It is the biggest door in the island!

HUGE doors!

 

As Boracay hotels were only operating in 50% capacity during our visit, our check-in was a breeze.  We were allowed early check-in and the hotel staffs were efficient in assisting us during the process.

 

 

Deluxe Double Room

As stated earlier, we were upgraded for free to a Deluxe Double Room which is a 33sqm room with two queen beds, a day bed, LED television, air-conditioning unit, mini fridge, coffee making amenities, safety deposit box, cabinet with slippers, bathrobe, and umbrella, and a bathroom with complete toiletries.  The unique part is that it has a tablet that gives you suggestions on what-to-do, where-to-eat, and where-to-go in Boracay.

 

 

We stayed in this room for 5 hours while our little boy did his online worksheets – yes, he was on study-mode even on vacation.

 

Feliz Hotel is owned by the company I work at.   However, I still paid for my accommodations.  I was able to catch-up with the GM of Feliz Hotel by afternoon and he graciously upgraded our room again to another one.  He allowed us to choose between the Premier Room or the Suite Room.  We opted for the Suite Room.

 

The Suite Room

The Suite Room of Feliz Hotel is one, if not the best, hotel room I have been.  It is a one-bedroom accommodation with a room size of 52sqm.  It has a separate living room that has its own LED television, air-conditioning unit, mini fridge, tablet, and powder room.

 

 

The bedroom has a king-size bed with wardrobe complete with slippers, bathrobe, umbrella, hangers, and safety deposit box.  It has an LED television and air-conditioning unit as well. The en suite bathroom in this room is a gorgeous one – it has a huge bathtub, enclosed shower area, and his-and-her sinks.

 

 

After staying for three nights in Feliz Hotel’s Suite Room, our family felt it was not enough and would like to extend our stay haha

 

Rooftop Swimming Pool

As the hotel is operating in 50% capacity, some amenities can only be used upon request and needs to be scheduled, just like the rooftop swimming pool.  The infinity pool has a good view of Boracay.

 

 

 

Dining at La Plaza

Our accommodation comes with breakfast and we had it at La Plaza.  They offer plated breakfast and my husband and child choose a different menu everyday while I stick the beef wagyu tapa for three days – very mouthwatering, I assure you!

 

 

I will be honest, La Plaza’s menu is quite expensive.  But the price is so worth the delicious and scrumptious foods.  We dined at La Plaza every night during our stay in Boracay.  My personal favorites, aside from the beef wagyu tapa, are Baby Back Ribs and Churros con Chocolate.

 

 

Our travel to Boracay during this pandemic was a welcome reprieve.  We had a marvelous time at Boracay and Feliz Hotel made it a memorable one.

 

Disclaimer: We paid for our accommodation at Feliz Hotel Boracay and all opinions are mine.

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