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Roxon Apartments Boracay

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Ambulong, station 3, White Beach Path, Station 3, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island, Philippines, 5608
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Based on 31 traveler reviews

Nearby attractions
Boat Station 3
(0.20 km)
Dead Forest
(0.64 km)
Talipapa Market
(0.68 km)
Tulubhan Beach
(0.76 km)
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2 Traveloka customers have stayed in this hotel and given reviews:

4.8
Worst ever hotel owner. Waited 2.5hrs before key was given. Bed was bad and the pillow also. Owner is just too fussy and don't believe even you show proof of payment was done. Ask to wait for 2.5hrs.
4.8
Worst ever hotel owner. Waited 2.5hrs before key was given. Bed was bad and the pillow also. Owner is just too fussy and don't believe even you show proof of payment was done. Ask to wait for 2.5hrs.
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yenosista_yen
CLEAN AND STRATEGIC PLACE
Me and my friend stayed there for 3nights,located in station 3.we stayed in room number 10.Room is clean and distance to the beach is less than 5 minutes by foot.15minutes to Station 2 but there are plenty of three cycles can be hired with affordable price.Awesome location.Try the massage at the beach area.It was cheap and wonderful! Great people! Great food! Definitely will be back again in Boracay!
Friends getaway - Sep 2, 2017
ellias54
ROXON APARTMENTS LOCATION IS PERFECT
We enjoyed Boaracay. The underwater walk is an experience for me and my wife. The seafood in the market area was very delicious and the most freshiest anyone can have. Its very affordable although one have to bargain
- Apr 11, 2017
Buzzcola
Good value for money and friendly staff.
Firstly the apartments are basic, but so is the price. That said, everything I needed was available, in fact there were more kitchen utensils available than I have had in 4 and 5 star apartments. The staff (especially Steve) were very friendly and helpful with the local area. I moved the bed from under the AC as it was too cold and I didn't want an extra blanket so found a happy medium. Big fridge, big screen TV and even a mini bar. There a shop just on the corner for essentials and a laundry 5 mins away. If you leave early give them plenty of notice so they can be around to hand back your key deposit. Only negative was the squeaky gate (good for security I imagine) and my noisy fridge - it sounded like a 747 taking off. Overall a good value stay very close to the beach.....on the classy and quieter end of the island.
Solo travel - Jan 27, 2017
Cam W
Horrific
Travel sites claim it's 3 stars, TripAdvisor claims 3.5 stars. I am hesitant to even give it 1. I try to be understanding and lower my standards when travelling in developing/under developed countries but this place is AWFUL. Let me start by saying that this is not even a hotel. It's an apartment building. I suspect only a few of the rooms are rented nightly, but I could be wrong. I booked on "Hotwire" so it was one of those deals that you don't get to see the hotel name before booking to get a discounted rate so going into this I had no idea these were apartments when booking. Since this isn't a real hotel the signage is terrible (we walked past it two times) and none of the locals seemed to know where it is. When we checked in at the "office" (just a ground floor apartment with a small sign) and it is closed and locked, and this is at 4pm which at most places I prime check in time. There's no one anywhere around the building to help us (legit 0 employees - not even a security guard). 20min later an employee appears and let's us in. Terrible service. The single employee checks us in then asked for a cash deposit without explanation of why (never been asked for cash deposit from a hotel before). Reluctant, I said he could put a hold on my credit card that I used for booking. He said they couldn't do that to which I said I was not comfortable just handing him cash, especially since no one is in the office 24/7 so I don't want to go without if they aren't there when I need to check out. Then he asked to scan my passport, another request I found odd. I asked him why he wanted to do that to which he had no answer, so I said I wasn't comfortable doing that. He then gave us the key to our room and that was the end of that. To no surprise there was no elevator and no one to help us carry our bags the 3 floors to our room. Sweet. We get in the room and couches are stained, floor is wet because they unplugged the fridge and didn't dry up the melted ice, and the wifi only worked in the corner of our bedroom. The power went out frequently but that may be an island issue so I'll give them a pass on that one. The positives were that room is very spacious. The air conditioning worked (but only in living room and not bedroom), and lastly they had good cable TV. Very very grateful we only booked for one night (itinerary for our trip changed so we had to grab something for just a night) otherwise this place may have ruined our stay in the beautiful Boracay. Would never stay here even if it was free.
Couples - Dec 17, 2016
Brandi E
Just Bypass This Place
The room is actually pretty decent considering it seemed like it took forever to walk to the actual apartment building. It was close to the beach which was also a plus but there is more. There actually needs to be a front desk or someone to handle checking in and checking out at anytime. Problem #1 the remote control in the apt didn't work. We informed "management" it wasn't working and someone came to the apt to see the problem. He basically look at the remote and said, "you'll have to change the channel on the TV. The remote doesn't work" I'm thinking, "umm okay! That's it?? No one is going to fix it?" The answer was, "no" smh Problem #2 upon arrival, the manager/owner, Steve checked us in when we arrived. He then asked for a $1000 pesos key deposit ($20) that was sprung on us on the spot. Speaking to several people in town and throughout our travels in Boracay, everyone said that was an outrageous amount of money. Deposit for keys are never more than $100-$200 pesos max! Problem #3 Our flight leaving was pretty early so we checked out At 6a except there was no one to check us out. We knocked on the managers "office" door but there was no answer. We called the "office" number, no answer! Our driver called the "office", no answer! After 20 mins of trying to get in touch with the manager we had to leave because we were holding up bus of people. Long story short, we never received our $1000 pesos deposit back but from what I've read on previous reviews, this wasn't the first time. Do yourself a favor and stay someplace else!
Couples - Oct 21, 2016
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Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • Safety deposit box

      Check-in and Check-out Time

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

      Location
      Staying at Roxon Apartments Boracay is a good choice when you are visiting Station 3.

      The hotel has a very good location, also near the Godofredo P Airport (MPH), which is only 4.18 km away.

      This hotel is very easy to find since it is strategically positioned close to public facilities.

      About Roxon Apartments Boracay

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

      Be ready to get the unforgettable stay experience by its exclusive service, completed by a full range of facilities to cater all your needs.

      Roxon Apartments Boracay is a hotel with great comfort and excellent service according to most hotel's guests.

      Get precious and unforgettable moment during your stay at Roxon Apartments Boracay.


      Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
      Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
      Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      • No onsite parking is available.
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