Nowhere in the Philippines does ground meet water as seductively as in the Boracay Beach. Sand, sea, and sun all combine to serene effect and make the resort island of Boracay one of the Philippines’ favorite destinations.
Until bars and discos started to crowd in Boracay and obliterate what is now considered a luxury on the island: silence.
To a considerable extent Boracay turns out to be just another busy city, with a charming beach and a crisp sea air, and not a retreat for city dwellers to escape the bustling metro. Not in the island’s northeastern tip though.
Shuttered in from the rest of the island by flamboyant greens and great hills, the Newcoast Beach in Boracay remains one of the best-kept secrets of Boracay where the old ways of enjoying the island are pretty much left untouched.
Few resorts and hotels have their addresses at Newcoast Beach in Boracay, which makes the place quiet and where it is still possible to find an isolated stretch of beach, but choices are can be as varied.
The golf hotel in Boracay of Fairways and Bluewater Resort is located at an exclusive beach north of the island. Called Mulligan Golf Hotel, this Fairways and Bluewater property has a Graham Marsh-designed golf course, a complete-amenity family hotel in Boracay Island, and two stretches of exclusive white beach.
Each room at the Boracay Hotel of Mulligan Golf is, spacious, tidy and unpretentious, equipped with a well-appointed interior and supplemented by the intimate, friendly vibe of the hotel’s tropical island design.
Designed and built for golf vacations, family getaways, and watersports and beach holidays, the Mulligan Golf Hotel in Boracay offers a different way of enjoying Boracay.