Mövenpick Resort Boracay eyes December opening

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts will open the Mövenpick Resort Boracay in the Philippines in December. Originally known as the Sol Marina Resort, the property is located in the north west of the island on Punta Bunga Beach.

When the property opens, Mövenpick Resort Boracay will have a cluster of three buildings located around the lagoon pool. Most of the resort's rooms and suites will have sea views. The Presidential Suite will be housed in a stand-alone villa, including two bedrooms and a private pool.

The resort will include family rooms; a kids club for young children and a games area for teens; and several dining outlets including Italian, Japanese and Korean restaurants plus a lobby lounge, beach club and swim-up pool bar.

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Meetings and events facilities will include a ballroom that can accommodate up to 450 guests for a seated dinner, three multi-function rooms and a boardroom.

In the Philippines, Mövenpick's already manages Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu. Other properties in Asian locations include two resorts in Thailand (Phuket and Koh Samui), and constructions underway in Pattaya, Thailand; Quy Nhon, Vietnam; and Bali, Indonesia.

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