Marrakesh Resort Boracay Review
There comes a point when creating memorable experiences that one could share with one’s loved ones becomes the perfect birthday present one could have. For me, choosing to have a staycation in a lovely beachfront resort was the only thing that I needed to fulfill my birthday wish. The resort where I chose to provide the perfect setting for my birthday was Marrakesh Resort Boracay.
Situated at the north end of White Beach is Marrakesh Resort Boracay. This three-bedroom resort renders a homely addition to the hip Moroccan restaurant below it called Kasbar Moroccan Restaurant.
As a beachfront boutique resort, guests are instantly entranced by the fine powdery sand and crystal clear sea that are abundantly visible through the rooms’ Seaview windows and balcony.
While the choices for dining, activities, and entertainment are plentiful on White Beach’s four-kilometer stretch, more are still found in the other pockets of the island, which is accessible through the main road. Marrakesh’s guests’ nearest access path is in a narrow alley beside Sea Wind Resort.
Checking in at Marrakesh Resort Boracay is like arriving in your own beach home. There’s nothing grand about it, but the sheer warmth of Kasbar’s welcoming staff and the infinite possibilities of enjoyment that guests are ensured of are enough for the memorable experiences to come. That is what I felt when my daughter and I arrived at the resort. There may not have been refreshing drinks offered to us, but at least the restaurant offered a list of assorted beverages that we could enjoy.
The thing that I love about the room at Marrakesh is its on-point nearness to the beach. It was as if we were in our private beach house where we could directly skip to the beach and back to our room.
Apart from this instant beach access is our room’s comfy king bed, the spacious dressing table by our bed that keeps our clothes and valuables neat and organized, the wide mirror, the mini-refrigerator, the fancy lighting and cushy pillows, and the mini breakfast table set where we got to drink coffee with our eyes glued to the sea in front.
Like all of the rooms in the resort, our air-conditioned room has an en suite bathroom with brass shower fixtures, a bathtub, a hot and cold shower, and a toilet with a bidet and a sink.
Staying in Marrakesh Resort Boracay means frequent consumption of Moroccan food at Kasbar Moroccan Restaurant. Though not entirely, but often, guests have the convenience of delighting in exotic dishes, such as Hummus, Chicken or Vegetarian Falafel, Lamb or Chicken Tagine, Beef, Fish or Vegetable Kebabs with Couscous or Rice, and more.
For other food choices, guests could simply dine at other restaurants or nearby resorts like in Ambassador in Paradise Boracay, at Discovery Shores, Two Seasons, or Seawind, or order take-out or call for delivery.
And at sunset, Kasbar becomes a fantastic spot to have cocktails and watch the crimson sun setting beyond the horizon.
Guests staying at Marrakesh Resort Boracay have their time on the beach significantly simplified for them, with the beach, the room, and the restaurant below being the only facilities available.
Having felt truly at home in Marrakesh Resort Boracay, I could not ask anything more from the extra dedication, friendly service, and attention that the hardworking staff of its partner restaurant, Kasbar rendered us. Everything about our stay at Marrakesh was utterly lovely and especially gratifying.
Location and Contact Info
Address: Boracay Island, Station 1, White Beach Path, Malay, 5608 Aklan
Phone: 0977 731 1508