Where to Stay in Boracay: Ralph’s Place Boracay
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If you’re looking for a tranquil place within a quiet beach that has a breathtaking view of the sunrise, then Ralph’s Place is it.
Ralph’s Place sits on the cliff, 20 meters high from Bulabog Beach, where during the easterly Amihan wind, from October to April, heaves a stimulating sports phenomena of kite surfing and wind surfing.
This cleverly landscaped resort has different kinds of rooms, situated 86 steps up from the ground. All are furnished with lovely furniture, air-conditioning, bathroom with hot and cold shower, WIFI and a breezy view of Bulabog beach for the comfort and joy of various travelers coming from everywhere in the world.
They have cottage houses where a group of two to six people can have a relaxing holiday overlooking the sea with their own cooked-food ready to eat from the kitchen.
Some of these houses come as studios, one-bedroom or two-bedroom houses with access to the lush garden around Ralph’s Place.
The Deluxe Rooms, on the other hand, are more quaint and quite basic to the relaxation needs of travelers who simply want to go to the beach, explore the island, sunbathe on the ocean view deck, eat out, and take a dip in the adjacent big Jacuzzi pool.
Granted that guests have the luxury to enjoy their home on the island and immerse in utmost tranquility, Ralph’s Place ensures that all holiday retreat essentials are provided, such as cable TV, wireless internet, fresh towels, clean linens, cushy beds, standby generator to illuminate the common area, landscaped gardens, easy access to the beach, and By Da Way Sports and Restobar, a restaurant and sports bar within the compound where in-house guests get to claim their complimentary breakfast.
A notable element to Ralph’s Place services is the assistance it acquires from Boracay’s indigenous Ati tribe.
While By Da Way Sports and Restobar serves only in the restaurant, guests are allowed to take out their food into their room, or for those with a kitchen, they can simply cook their own food within their privacy.
Ralph’s Place captures a vast market of holidaymakers who prefer neo-native accommodations within a quiet and lush surrounding that is blessed with a spectacular view of the vibrant sea. Thus, with a kitchen in all of their houses, guests are given a fantastic option to stay in paradise for as long as they could.
Ralph’s Place is located along Bulabog Beach, Barangay Balabag, Boracay, Malay, Aklan. Contact numbers are +63917 837 3835, +63 36 288 33 74 and +63 908 655 7685, Email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Web http://www.boracay-ralphsplace.com.
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