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Club Panoly Resort
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Club Panoly resort has 55 superior and deluxe hotel rooms tastefully done in native motif, with wide windows and a private verandah. Hotel rooms are housed in 11 clusters with 5 octagonal cottages each around the resort's three and a half hectares of spaciouse grounds.
The said hotel rooms are adjacent to one another and some have connecting doors so that if ever a member or a guest wants to accommodate two or more rooms, the said adjacent room would be made available to the users without fuss of going out to go to the other rooms. In case only one room is needed the connecting door is closed.
Each room comes equipped with air-conditioning, has fully tiled toilets with hot and cold water supplied from the resort's own desalination plant, a refrigerator, mini-bar, cable television, telephone and in-room hair dryer. Also offered are laundry and room services. The famous white sand beach of Boracay is a mere 50 meters from the hotel's reception.
The resort has six bar & restaurants, so you can dine overlooking the pool or the ocean. The bikini bar situated at the beach front are great places to have cocktails while watching the sun set.
Special services include theme parties or barbecues on the beach for both corporate and leisure groups.
Located about 20 mins. from Boat Station 1 at White Sands Beach.
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