NEWEST RETREAT IN BORACAY: GETTING TO KNOW HUE

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Hue Hotels and Resorts, managed by Hospitality Innovators Inc. (HII), is the newest retreat in the country’s beach capital.

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Set to open mid-June, this year, the “glocal” retreat – an all-in-one global destination which allows guests to experience local culture and offerings, is a boutique four-star hotel with premium amenities and world-class services, priced as a two to three star accommodation, from P8,000 per night for a deluxe room to P15,000 for a family room.

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Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay presents the two faces of the white sand island paradise – the fun and vibrant side alongside the relaxing beach destination. Instead of hopping from one place to another all over the island, guests can have a complete shopping, dining and relaxation experience in a single place. Even non-staying guests can visit and enjoy the shopping and dining facilities.

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The hotel, which is close to White Beach and D’Mall, features a new retail complex, Station X, full of homegrown restaurants and local shops in a green open space where people can enjoy picnic-style dining.

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Its signature bar, Prisma, was conceptualized by Pylon Partners Inc., the same company behind one of Asia’s best bars, ABV (Alcohol by Volume).

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The property also houses an enormous pool with a jacuzzi and bar. The guest rooms are located along the fringes.

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Hue’s Boracay operation will be its second in the Philippines, the first being Puerto Princesa.

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Hue Puerto Princesa is nestled in the heart of Palawan’s capital city of limestone cliffs, secluded beaches and the Underground River, one of the 7 Wonders of the World, a UNESCO World Heritage attraction.

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The hotel, designed with wide open spaces, offers a tranquil haven after long days of touring – packages that explore the best of the city are already integrated into guests’ room accommodation It’s also home to Matiz Restaurant and Tapas Bar, Chef Gabby Prats’ one-of-a-kind dining experience with a blend of Spanish, American, Vietnamese and Filipino dishes.

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