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Boracay Huts

Beachfront, Sitio Ambulong, Station 3, Boracay Island, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island, Aklan, Philippines, 5608
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Based on 31 traveler reviews

Nearby attractions
Boat Station 3
(0.26 km)
Talipapa Market
(0.74 km)
Dead Forest
(0.88 km)
Boat Station 2
(0.90 km)
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Jean-Luc B
Great staff, location
Only steps from the beach, partial ocean views, on a quieter part of the busy strip, but yet only a short walk from busy bars and restaurants. The staff was fantastic, helpful, friendly, welcoming. We loved them! The huts are spartan, nothing luxurious, but the price for that location makes it a great bargain.
Couples - Feb 15, 2017
Was looking forward to coming back to Angol Point having stayed there 21years ago. Unfortunately, the excitement was very short lived. The place has been neglected and is falling apart, but they keep renting it out for top money. Shower was just awful, barely a drop and no hot water. I complained, but was told there was nothing that could be done as parts had to come from elsewhere. After 4 days of no shower, we come back to find it working. I tried emailing and ringing the Sheridan head office, but did not get a reply. I tried calling, but the phones are not picked up. Rusty nails poking out through the floor so had to send our daughter to stay with other members of our family so as not to have an accident and the rooms don't get cleaned unless you ask someone to clean it. We were there for 8 days and the room only got cleaned once. Only 1 person running this place and she has had no previous experience. They wanted full payment to cancel our booking!! Very disappointed and feel ripped off. They charged normal prices for very sub standard accommodation. Don't waste your time and money staying here. The new owners are going to knock the place down to put up a massive resort, but are getting as much money as they can while this happens and not spending any money on the up keep. Shame on you.
Family - Jan 6, 2017
Warning: No more paradise, how sad ... don't stay there!
This used to be the place for my yearly vacation on Boracay for the past 10 years. I won't stay there anymore. During my 3 days stay, my room was not cleaned. There used to be daily cleaning before ownership changed. No more watering of the garden either, so this once lush green paradise is now dusty, with buliding material scattered all over the garden and the reception area. Staff is not unfriendly, but elect to forget promised cleaning of the room and the wake up call, asking for tips, though. The new owners intend to replace the bungalows with a hotel, not sure when contruction starts. Some preparatory work is going on already, nevertheless rooms are advertised.
Solo travel - Apr 11, 2016
Poor conditions of cottages
The best at first: the location right at the beach, shady coconut tree plantation and spacious bungalows. The staff from Sheridan Villas - who is now the owner of this place is very friendly, but they are not present at Lotus Point. The guys who are hanging around there instead are quite ok. Long time ago it seemed to be a great place to stay but when we stayed there in Jan. 2016 the fan cooled cottages were really run down. The terasse had holes, rusty nails, the water was not running well and even the floor inside had holes. For the price of 2800 per night this was completely unanccepable. In addition there is no restaurant or any other facilities. Also WIFI is not available. It seems that Sherdidan Villas starts some maintainance there now, but so far we would not go back there again.
Couples - Jan 12, 2016
Horrible staff - Don't go here!
This is an awful place. Apparently the new owners have ruined it. When I arrived at 00.45am at the hotel there was nobody to be found and there was no receptions. After asking around I was told to go to another hotel. When I arrived there was a man sleeping who did not know the Lotus Point Beach resort and asked me to leave. I went back to the neighbouring hotel and asked them to call the hotel but nobody answered the phone. After one last search on the hotel grounds I decided to book another hotel. The following morning I returned to Lotus Point and found someone from housekeeping who called management. I asked management what was going on and wanted a refund. The manager had to call with her boss. When she returned she told me that there was someone present and that I was not telling the truth. A few moments later someone joined us who claimed to be present, which was not true. Apart from this experience the grounds look badly maintained. There is no restaurant, reception or beach chairs available.
Solo travel - Jan 3, 2016
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Hotel facility


Hotel policy

  • In-room Facilities
    • TV
    • Shower
    • Cable TV
  • General
    • AC
    • Non-smoking room
    • Terrace
  • Public Facilities
    • Room service
    • WiFi in public area
  • Things to Do
    • Massage
    • Garden
  • Sports and Recreations
    • Water sport
  • Hotel Services
    • Tours

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM

note: hotel was previously named Angol Point Beach Resort by Sheridan Villas

Boracay Huts is located in area / city Manoc-Manoc.

The hotel has a very good location, also near the Godofredo P Airport (MPH), which is only 4.27 km away.

There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as Boat Station 3 within 0.26 km, and Talipapa Market within 0.74 km.

About Boracay Huts

This hotel is the best spot for you who desire a serene and peaceful getaway, far away from the crowds.

Boracay Huts is the smartest choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation with outstanding service.

WiFi is available within public areas of the property to help you to stay connected with family and friends.

Boracay Huts is the ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable accommodation.

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