Boracay Trip Travel Guide, Boracay Hotels and Beach Resorts Online Reservations, Boracay Philippines
The Cocomangas Hotel Beach Resort fronts on the world-famous white beach of Boracay Island. Named by a prestigious British magazine as one of the ten best beaches in the world, the island paradise of Boracay is truly breathtaking.
In keeping with the Cocomangas attitude that nothing is too good for our guests, first class billiard tables, dancefloor and the island's latest collection of international music will have you partying well into the night.
Cocomangas Hotel Beach Resort is located near Boat Station 1 just 50 steps from the beach. Cocomangas is good value for your dollar with each room having Aircon, Hot and Cold water, Cable TV, Private bathroom and Telephone.
Enjoy the beautiful surrounds of our spacious fully airconditioned guest rooms. Private bathrooms, hot and cold water, personal telephones, noise insulation and your own balcony together with daily room service will ensure that all your needs are catered for.
You will be itching to tell your friends about Cocomangas after you have been Cocomangasized. Experience the feeling once and you will be back again and again.
Moondog's Shooter Bar, internationally famed as Boracay's hottest nightspot is situated in the heart of Cocomangas Hotel Beach Resort. Its renowned shooter list of 15 different drinks, the "Sitll Standing After 15..." experience is one of the many highlights of Boracay nightlife.
Facilities and Amenities
2 VIP Cottages, 5 Deluxe Rooms with cable TV, 6 Standard Rooms, Landscaped Gardens, International and Domestic flights reservations, Welcome Drinks, Laundry Services, Baby Sitting, Sunset Boat Cruises, 24-hour Security, Guest transfers, Billiard table
Located near Boat Station 1 just 50 steps from the white beach.
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