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It’s a family affair at Discovery Shores Boracay


A family affair at Discovery Shores Boracay

MANILA, Philippines—Being recently named in “Travel + Leisure” World’s Best Awards as the No. 1 Hotel for Families in Asia and ranking among the Top 100 Hotels overall, Discovery Shores Boracay is the perfect place for a holiday getaway with the entire family.

Discovery Shores Family Affair package includes a three-day and two-night stay in a Junior Suite, One-Bedroom Suite or a Two-Bedroom Suite; roundtrip boat and land transfers from and to Boracay Airport in Caticlan; daily buffet breakfast and one family-style lunch at Sands Restaurant; plus surprise treats for the kids.  Rates start at at P25,000 plus for travel dates until October 15, 2013 or P 33,000 plus for travel dates between October 16 to June 15, 2014 for a Junior Suite.

The Junior Suite is suitable for families with two adults and two young children aged seven and below.  Families with two older children will be more comfortable in a one-Bedroom Suite.  A two-Bedroom Suite is recommended for a booking of five persons or more.  Extra person rate for adults and children eight years old and above is P 7,500 nett.  Children aged seven years old and below without extra bed set-up stay for free.

Rates are subject to 12 percent VAT and 10 percent service charge. Promotion is not valid on Super Peak Dates: October 31 to November 3, 2013; December 20, 2013 to January 9 2014; January 27 to February 2, 2014 and April 14 to 20, 2014.

For inquiries and reservations, contact Discovery Shores Boracay at (+63 2) 720.8888 / (63 36) 288.4500 or visit discoveryhotels-resorts.com.

Discovery Suites, Discovery Country Suites Tagaytay, and Discovery Shores Boracay are owned and managed by The Discovery Leisure Company. (advt)


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