Two Seasons Resorts is named after the 2 distinct seasons in the Philippines — the wet and dry seasons. It has been providing high-quality accommodations that let travelers from the world over enjoy more remarkable vacations in the country’s most desired destinations.


It first opened its doors in 2007 on the pristine shores of Boracay Island. Today, Two Seasons Boracay Resort is known as one of the top resorts in Station 1, the area known as the finest in all of the island’s 4-kilometer white-sand beach. The beachfront accommodation presents a mix of tropical urban and Zen minimalist designs carefully translated into its 34 air-conditioned rooms and suites, which include 10 Standard Rooms, 9 Deluxe Rooms, 8 Family Suites, 4 Junior Suites, and 2 Seaview Room. In addition to these, the resort also has a lavish presidential suite named Suite Heaven, which redefines luxury with its unique features that include an infinity pool and verandah that overlook the beach. Two Seasons Boracay Resort further completes holidays set on the island with its barLO Resto Lounge, where guests relish refreshing cocktails and delectable Euro-Asian dishes.


Then came 2012. In the midst of its Boracay Island resort’s success, Two Seasons Resorts opened its second property in Coron, Palawan. A plush resort like no other on Bulalacao Island’s breathtaking Malaroyroy Peninsula, Two Seasons Coron Island Resort sets the trend in luxury eco-friendly accommodation in Coron. It presents 42 thoughtfully furnished, high-ceiling bungalows that carry a distinct Filipino tropical design.


Two Seasons Resorts is also set to offer world-class accommodation in Coron Town, Palawan, with Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel opening in late 2016. Among its facilities are an infinity pool, souvenir shop, private jetty port, and conference room that can accommodate up to 130 persons. Set to become among the most convenient retreats in area, the accommodation will offer 18 Standard Rooms, 24 Bayview Rooms, 3 Bayview Deluxe Rooms, and 3 Panorama Suites.

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