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When in Boracay: Stay at MNL Beach Hostel

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Kara Santos
Kara Santos | May 09, 2014

MNL Beach Hostel is a backpacker’s hostel and currently the only boutique hostel in Boracay Island.

The hostel, which is located just 5 minutes away from the main road and D’Mall in Station 2, and 10 minutes away from the white beach, gives guests a mix of luxury comforts and the backpacker experience.

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MNL Beach Hostel has several private rooms available in double (one queen bed), twin (two single beds), and a deck suite (one queen bed, with direct access to the sun deck and views over Bulabog Beach).

The private rooms have ensuite toilet and bath, heated rain showers, and are all air-conditioned. The dorm rooms are available in 4, 6, 8-bed mixed, 6-bed female only with aircon and 8 and 10 bed fan.

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But what makes the place unique is the artsy and colorful vibe and shared spaces where guests can interact with each other. There’s a really cool mural of the beach and waves in the common area, which has a couple of cozy couches and an HD TV.

The hostel provides WiFi for those with smartphones and laptops, but there’s also a desktop computer for those who need to check e-mail.

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Read more here: MNL Beach Hostel Boracay

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MNL Beach Hostel Boracay. Road 1-A, Bulabog, Boat Station 2, 5608 Boracay, Aklan, Philippines

Tel. no: +639982205700, +639177022160

Website: http://www.mnlhostels.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MNLBoracay

Email: [email protected]

RATES:

  • Rates vary per room, peak/off-peak season, and if you choose to stay in a room with aircon or fan
  • Private twin, double and deck suite rooms range from P750-P900/day
  • 4, 6, 8 & 10 mixed shared/dorm rooms range from P600-P700/day
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