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Sunny Boracay holiday in Station Zero

Planning to spend a sun-sand-sea holiday? With Boracay reopening to guests, resorts on the world-class island are offering special rates and deals. 

The resort’s room promotion includes daily breakfast for two adults and two children, 12 years old and below. 
In Station Zero, the island’s most exclusive location, Crimson Resort and Spa offers “Forever Summer Room Packages” where booking for two nights will get guests another free one-night stay. 

Deluxe room is available at P25,000 net, suite at P29,000 net, suite seaview at P85,000 net, and villa at P55,000 net. 

The 2+1 stay includes daily breakfast for two adults and two children (12 years old and below), 30-minute AUM Spa signature foot or back massage for two people, P2,000 dining credit for the entire stay, roundtrip land and boat transfers, 15 percent off on sports and leisure activities, 15 percent off on all AUM Spa services, 15 percent off on restaurants (except alcoholic drinks), and 50 percent off on all drinks from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at J’s Pool Bar.

Crimson Resort and Spa, located in Station Zero, offers 2+1 room packages for stays until December 25, 2021. 
Villa guests will enjoy additional benefits such as special welcome amenities, daily complimentary early evening cocktails from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and one-time free mini bar.

Guests staying from Monday to Thursday between October 2020 to June 30, 2021 will enjoy extra P2,000 dining credit, complimentary room upgrade from deluxe room to suite with a minimum four nights’ stay, and late check-out at 4:00 p.m. for guests staying in premier rooms.

Exclusive rates are also available for local residents, expats, and workers in Boracay and anywhere in Western Visayas.

Booking period is until November 15, while stay period is until December 25, 2021. Go to www.crimsonhotel.com for more information.

Topics: Forever Summer Room Packages , Crimson Resort , Boracay , Station Zero
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