Sea Wind can boast many things; being one of the first resorts on Boracay, having the widest stretch of beachfront, welcoming returning guests who first visited in the 1980's and now bring their families with them, and an extended staff family, some of whom have worked at the resort for 20-30 years.
This resort is nestled amongst palm trees on the beachfront of Station 1, away from the noise of the 'party' section of Boracay, and is ideal for family or romantic holidays.
Stroll along beautiful White Beach and you will find the restaurants, bars and shops of central Boracay. Alternatively, ask the guard at the resort entrance and he will assist you to get a trike.
Sea Wind Resort has a restaurant, beach bar, sun loungers and a range of beautifully designed and maintained hotel rooms. All the rooms and suites follow traditional Philippine architectural styles and are complimented with dark wood furniture, crisp white linens and Philippine antiques.
Across the Main Road is the Forest Garden, a tranquil shaded area with rooms set within the trees and tropical gardens. There are a number of steps leading up to the rooms, and the walkway is lit by lights at night. Hidden away is the cascade pool and swimming pool, along with a bamboo cabana which has been the location for a number of marriage proposals.
There is much to do on Boracay and Sea Winds staff will be more than happy to assist you with booking activities and excursion. Alternatively, you can just 'kick-back' and relax and enjoy the beautiful Boracay sunsets and charms.
Enjoy a delicious, freshly cooked meal or snack at Pikoy's; the resorts own coffee shop and restaurant. Or a refreshing cocktail or beer at True North. In the evenings make sure you don't miss out on a fabulous Beach Buffet