"I get that VIP treatment!"
07/24/14 PH0DY Quezon City, Philippines
WHY? I'm nobody but thank you Two Seasons Resorts for making my Boracay experience...AWESOME! A-ll you need is to go to Two Seasons Resort bar and restaurant if you want to have a nice meal. I choose to try all those “chef recommended” and it was fantastic! And for the first time in my life, crocodile meat! Good experience! I’ll have that meat again, Two Seasons. W-ish my family was there also because I see those kids playing and having fun on that freshwater wading pool just near the family room. E-njoyed that “below zero” beer while relaxing on that beach just in front of you. No worries to get drunk then my wallet or my mobile phones might get lost, Thanks to their 24-hour security camera system. S-ide seeing at the 20-meter koi pond coz I love fish! O-h! That mind-boggling slipper… which I have to figure out how to wear it. Nice! M-inutes to check my emails with their Free Wi-Fi Internet connection. E-xcellent tropical island vacation experience!
"Very Good Wala!"
07/20/14 Mcdave L Manila, Philippines
Stayed for 2 nights and enjoyed every minute of it. Staff very friendly. Food was relatively Ok. Great view and the time my wife and I went, not too many people. Also noticed that the staff always made it a point to clean their beach front every morning. This is our new favorite hotel in Boracay!
"Very poor customer service..room with a view of the trash..."
07/19/14 maria isabel c Manila,Philippines
Booked 2 standard rooms for my homecoming relaitves. Resort was highly recommended and 4 or 5 star rating. but standard rooms given were located on upper floor but elevator is not working. Front office staff immediately asked for full payment for 3 days 2 nights stay. but prior to this booking a credit card gaurantee was already provided. I had to call maricris mistica of manila office as rooms had a very bad view... view of piled up trash/garbage ... whatever happened to Boracay???? I requested for a room transfer but both Manila and Boracay staff are helpless. It was when we spoke to the manager Mr Danilo Ureta who helped solved the problem. But this hotel is really a headache... staff does not anticipate guests needs. needs a lot of improvement on customer relations. will never come back in this hotel nor recommend it. Problem was solved only by the manager Mr Danilo Ureta.. staff are helpless!!
"Absolutely FABULOUS Stay @ Two Seasons!"
07/16/14 discocat77 Portland, Oregon
I can't say enough great things about our recent stay @ Two Seasons from June 20-July 6, 2014. From the moment we arrived @ the Caticlan Airport we were promptly greeted by the 2 transfer drivers from the resort & from then on we didn't have to worry about our luggage & transfers via air conditioned van, resort boat & another air conditioned van to resort once on Boracay. The whole process went flawlessly & I highly recommend booking their transfer service along w/ your room reservation & avoid any hassles. Upon arrival @ the resort & crossing over the picturesque bridge we were warmly greeted & presented w/ welcome drinks by Danilo & the lovely assistants @ the Reception desk who remained professional, friendly & helpful during the duration of our stay always smiling! Our group was comprised of my husband & myself, son, daughter-in-law & 2 1/2 year old granddaughter. We had the Grand Family Suite w/ Pool Access & it surpassed our expectations in spaciousness, design & convenience of direct entrance into the shallow pool. Huge bathroom w/ lots of storage. The restaurant lived up to all the reviews we read beforehand. Daily buffet breakfast was excellent w/ lots of hot & cold choices & great omelette station. The 4-cheese pizza was fantastic as was the Oyster Sigsig. We were never disappointed w/ our meal choices & everything was very reasonably priced for such good quality & presentation. Kudos to the chef & his team who went out of their way to make sure we were happy w/ the food! The entire wait staff was also extremely attentive & friendly. There were plenty of comfy lounge chairs w/umbrellas on the beachfront just steps away from the most incredible warm aqua water on the planet! The beach attendant always had our 4 front row chairs waiting for us every morning! And a BIG thank you to Danilo who waited until the very end of our stay to put up the storm barriers as to not obstruct the view of the beach & water! Only negative was the sketchy wi-fi & the constant having to re-log in but we always managed to get connected eventually w/ help from their IT staff. This was not our first trip to Boracay but our first stay @ Two Seasons & it won't be our last! Every single staff member we encountered was beyond friendly, courteous & kind & made our vacation an absolute dream!
"Good service, wonderful rooms, terrible WiFi"
07/11/14 Shirls B Singapore, Singapore
This resort is actually very good. While it's a rather small resort, it was enough to fit my needs for a short holiday in Boracay. There are, however, some points for major improvement. Firstly, the pickup. I landed in Kalibo, so transport was needed to get to Caticlan. I had liaised with a Ms April many times to make such arrangements and pay the extra, but I was never once informed that the transport is not private, but shared with a whole bus-ful of other tourists who landed in Kalibo. It was only upon arrival and my friends and I ushered along to the bus, that we realized what we were in for. Not that the bus was not comfortable, but it would've certainly been nice to know what to expect. That was, I feel, a slip-up in Two Season's reservation services. Upon arrival at Caticlan, we were then kindly informed by another Two Seasons staff that private transfer arrangements can be made for an additional PHP 2500, which we eventually did. I didn't get his name, but thank you for that info anyway. The resort itself, when we got there, was not too bad. But too much of it seemed to be exposed to the elements, which I acutely felt because it was pouring when we got there. The wind was howling and we were three very cold, wet girls as we stood at the reception doing our check-in. The worst part was that we had to go back the way we came in, over the silly, much-too-steep bridge built over the swimming pool, to get to our room 213, which is just right inside the main entrance. I must just say again, that bridge may have been a (failed) attempt at a nice touch, but it's too steep and not fun to walk over when it's wet and slippery. Now, the room we had was the family suite, and that's just fantastic. Very spacious and clean, and all amenities more than we could've asked for. But WiFi in the room was terrible. It being weak and intermittent was annoying enough, but what made it even more annoying is that they keep logging you out after say, one night of sleep, and then after 48 hours you have to get a new password from them. It is absolutely ridiculous. How many passwords do I need anyway? In fact, in the first place, why is there a 48-hour limit on the WiFi, after which a new login is required, which I have to get from the front desk? Are you expecting all your guests to stay only 48 hours with you? If not, why do you create such trouble for your guests? During our stay, there was a typhoon warning and the weather was terrible. I think because of that, there were several power trips. Just on our first night alone, I believe there were at least more than 5 power trips throughout the night. But to their credit, Two Seasons have their backup generator and usually the power comes back on after about a minute at most. Well, for the price and the rooms of this resort, I would come back. But if price is not a factor, I'll probably be checking out other resorts the next time, in search of better WiFi and better resort layouts.
"Love, love, love!"
07/09/14 jcd17 Manila, Philippines
I had another perfect Boracay r&r thanks to Two Seasons. The moment I checked-in the staff welcomed me back. I was kinda shocked they remembered me because last time I was there was 6 months ago. Anyway, it made me feel extra special. Also, room was already available when we arrived even if it wasn't 2pm yet. Our room was perfect since it's on the first floor. No more going up and down the stairs. Yey! Only downside of the room was the daybed, it wasn't that comfortable. Maybe management can consider changing it to a normal mattress like the ones in the standard room? Another thing I noticed is the toilet paper, they changed it since the last time I was there. Can you please change it with a better quality roll? Breakfast is okay. It would be nice to add some more dishes to have more options but it's not really a must. Egg station ran out of cheese on my last day so I didn't get to have my usual mushroom & cheese omelette but it was no big of a deal. I give the hotel and restaurant staff 5 stars for making us feel at home. You guys are the best! We will definitely be back again!
"Two Seasons more than the cheese on a four cheese pizza...."
07/07/14 Clare M
We decided to go to the Two Seasons Restaurant on the suggestion of a friend, who recommended the 4 cheese pizza and the oyster sisig. On further investigation we found both these dishes were highly rated by many on trip advisor... Excitedly we left our nearby accommodation to search high and low for a restaurant well hidden by large plastic weather shields along the beach... Undeterred by the journey to find the well hidden (from the beach access anyway) restaurant, we settled down to enjoy our meal on one of the most beautiful (yet well hidden) beaches of the world. Of course we began with the sisig and the 4 cheese pizza, complemented with a plate of steamed vegetables and a main of chili prawns. In addition to the meals we ordered a round of gin fizz to truly get this party started... We were greatly impressed with the speed of our drinks delivery... This excitement was quickly replaced with disappointment as our drinks were found to be sweeter than what is humanly consumable... Not to worry we thought.... Our western palates again are not as welcoming to the amount of those tolerable to our Asian neighbours. We were first served the pizza.... It dripped the oil of one kind of discernible cheese, topped with a clear triangle of another. In one word. Hideous. Next was our steamed (clearly frozen, hence their crinkle cutting) vegetables... They were the highlight of the meal, despite their over buttered salty flavour. Finally, the dish we had been eagerly awaiting arrived with a flourish.... Our keen waiter mixed the poor crispy oysters in with a raw egg t leave us with something that looked (and vaguely smelled ) like dog food. To the palate it tasted like burnt toast, charcoal and egg. We could only lament the possibility of the 4 dozen delicious oysters that died in the making of this disappointing meal. We took this opportunity to release our gin fizzes of their final consumption and replace them with a hard to mess up gin and tonic.... Actually, you can mess up a gin and tonic if you use a flat tonic, as we soon found out.... Finally, our sweet chili sauce laden, over cooked prawns arrived with little fan fare, and little to report about. All in all, our relatively expensive (and when I say expensive I compare it to the prices of Australia) meal was hardly edible, nor the drinks drinkable... We headed back to our accommodation disappointed, hungry and significantly lighter of pocket....
07/04/14 coughybean Singapore
We enjoyed our 4 nights at the Two Seasons. The hotel is located at Station 1 not too far from the action at Station 2 (15 min stroll along the beach). In fact, I liked it so much better that we weren't in the thick of the action as it meant less crowd/noise. Do buy a fruitshake from Jonah's along the way :) Breakfast every morning was good, especially the egg station that whips up delicious omelette (and that's partly because you choose your own ingredients)! And please try the oyster sisig (must order) as it is a specialty of the resort restaurant and it tasted SO GOOD with a beer. There were sufficient deck chairs at the beachfront when I visited. However, the wind was so strong that we were practically eating sand the whole time. A resort staff had to continually spray water on the sand but it still wasn't good enough. I think the resort can consider setting up screens to block off the sand (that seemed to be what the other resorts were doing). Wifi was sketchy...can be further improved. Best signal was at the bar.
"Two Thumbs Up for Two Seasons"
This is the third time I've stayed in this resort in the past 4 years and it has such great value and service for the money. Clean, well appointed rooms and a courteous staff with a great breakfast selection to boot. A four star experience in the heart of station 1 (which is the best area to stay in on the island) where all the hotels are on the beach front and away from the noise of the tourists and restaurant bars in station 2. Station 1 is all beach front and allows you to be in the less crowded and noisy part of the island (you can walk to Station 2 for the restos and nightlife anyway as it is 5-10mins away on foot). The dining here are Two Seasons is quite good as well with a few interesting twists (crocodile meat anyone?) among the Asian fusion choices. Their four cheese pizza is a must try during happy hour and my favorite drink on the island are their Jell-O shots! This isn't your normal shot glass Jell-O shot mind you -- its frozen in sub zero temperatures and looks like a bubble ball - you put the ball in your mouth and it pops and the melon liquid literally explodes in a burst of flavor to your palette's delight and surprise. Massages are professional and have well trained hands with good technique that are respectful and clean. My only negative that I experienced this last trip was the noise level outside our deluxe room on the first floor -- you could hear everyone passing outside especially at night or late afternoon it could become a bit of a nuisance if you were trying to take a nap. Maybe next time will opt for a 2nd floor room instead. And oh --the hawkers outside on the beaches (they have multiplied over the years and need to be controlled or even stopped if you ask me) are really annoying. Overall I love this resort and will always come back :)
"well worth it"
06/30/14 em81088 Manila, Philippines
For our past Bora trips in the past 3 years, we always make it a point to hang around or just bum in Two Seasons even if we weren't hotel guests. Thankfully though, last February, we were finally able to book a room here through the Travel Fair in Rockwell for 3D2N and got discounts. We were literally glued to Two Seasons - from breakfast up till midnight. And we did not mind one bit. Food is great, drinks are delicious and the staff are some of the friendliest people in the island (The kind waiters actually remembered us & our orders! From the past years!). Our room was normal, clean, a bit tight though (2 queen beds + extra bed) but great bathroom!! Next goal would probably be to get that honeymoon suite with the private pool on top. So let's wait and see. But as we save up for that next trip, I wouldn't mind going back and just ordering my favorite 4 cheese pizza & oyster sisig coupled with my yummy caipiroska.
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