Saturday, December 29, 2012

Fairways & Bluewater

When I found out that we were staying at Fairways & Bluewater for our Boracay trip, I got excited.  Hubby's cousin recently stayed there and we've heard good things about it.  A good hotel is always appreciated; be it a 5-star hotel or not, it really doesn't matter as long as it's clean.  What I didn't expect was this: 
The kitchen

The couch and dining area

Common bathroom


Bedroom (other side)

Master bathroom

Walk-in closet

Ok confession:  Hubby and I actually did not stay at this one bedroom suite.  Mom, Dad and Brother did.  But I really was amazed by the size of their room, it's HUGE!  Plus points for the kitchen and the walk in closet.  I mean, how many hotels can provide you with those, right?  It reminded me of the time when Hubby and I went on our honeymoon in Florida.  We were staying at the Marriott Cypress Harbour and the rooms are very similar.  I love it!  There's a catch though:  Fairways & Bluewater is not located at the beachfront or any of the stations.  It's farther along and the only way to get to the beach is to ride the tricycles or take their free hourly shuttle which can sometimes be full and you'll be forced to wait another hour or just take the tricycle.  Plus points is that when we had breakfast at their clubhouse, the staff are very nice and accommodating.  They will always greet you with a smile, and the servers are also very attentive.  Waters are refilled without the need to ask; plates are also cleaned out the moment you are finished.  Wish some of the servers in the restaurants here in Manila could train with them so that they can be as efficient as the staff in Fairways & Bluewater.  Overall, we were very satisfied with Fairways & Bluewater and would definitely stay there again when we go back to Boracay :)

Fairways & Bluewater is in Newcoast, Boracay.


  1. hi i saw ur blog, may i ask what building u stayed in? i read there are 3 buildings in fairways.

    we're planning to stay for 5 days during holy week, but the room is called "Mulligan" are u familiar with this? im worried it might be an old building cuz the rate is fairly ok especially its peakseason (march 24-29 2013)

  2. Hi peebee! The building we stayed at was called "Sycamore". It's very near the main entrance. I checked Agoda and saw that the Mulligan room looks fairly nice. You can visit the link here:
    Hope that helps! :)