SEA WIND RESORT
|Location:||Boat Station 1, White Beach, Boracay|
|Resort Style:||Contemporary Filipino|
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About Sea Wind Resort
Even before entering the doors of Boracay Sea Wind Resort, you already know that you're going to have a blast while staying here. In front of the resort, comfortable beach beds are lined up under huge nipa canopies, ideal for resting after a day of activities or for having a relaxing massage.
Boracay Sea Wind features a wide private beach area wherein the white sands are well-maintained and cleaned of falling leaves. Here, children can enjoy the day at the playground while parents go sunbathing or swimming at the outdoor pool. Sun loungers are placed around the premises so guests can have a nap under the shade of a tree or read a book in a quiet environment.
Sea Wind Resort Boracay prides itself in being one of the trusted hosts of grand celebrations in Boracay. The resort has experienced serving up to 500 guests of different events. Because of the friendly, efficient service and lovely venue that Sea Wind provides, many weddings and birthday parties have been held in the resort. Company outings and conventions have also been held in the resort, as Sea Wind also has a conference room complete with state-of-the-art equipment such as a projector and sound system.
Spacious Filipino-themed rooms await the guests at Sea Wind Resort, each one having modern amenities despite the native atmosphere. The Bamboo House and Cabanas are much like a classic Filipino beach house with wooden floors and walls covered in native materials. In these cabanas, the bed is made of strong bamboo with floating curtains tied around it, for a truly classic Filipino ambiance.
Back in the history of the Philippines, Filipinos in rural areas lived in simple houses made of natural materials such as nipa and bamboo. These houses are called "bahay kubo," a cozy home with basic neccessities. In the modern age, Sea Wind reenacts this environment through the Bahay Kubo rooms, as designed by renowned Filipino architect Bobby Manosa.
The Villas at Sea Wind exudes the Spanish Era in the Philippines through wooden furniture as well as decorations. In history, Spain colonized the Philippines for 300 years, so the Spanish influence is present in many areas such as the culture and food, and now, through the Villa rooms at Sea Wind.
Sea Wind Boracay also features bright, contemporary rooms that are still within the resort's Filipino theme. These are the Habagat and Fiesta rooms, fully-equipped with modern amenities.
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