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Boracay Garden Resort offers special Mother’s Day package

Treat mom to a relaxing stay at Boracay Garden Resort this coming Mother’s Day. Avail of as much as 30% discount on room packages until May 12.

Based on twin sharing, pay as low as P5,942 net per person for a three-day stay in a deluxe room. The package is inclusive of roundtrip transfers via Caticlan, daily buffet breakfast and dinner. Travel period is until May 13, 2013.

The resort is a subsidiary of Henann Resorts, owner and operator of Boracay Regency Beach Resort and Spa; Regency Lagoon Resort, Boracay; and Henann Resort at Alona Beach Bohol.

Boracay Garden Resort is set to fully-operate its new wing by July. Tastefully done with contemporary Asian interiors, 30 of the 68 rooms in the new wing are now ready for occupancy. The resort will have a total of 277 rooms by the 3rd quarter of this year.

The well-appointed rooms each has a private terrace, bath tub with separate shower area, individually-controlled air conditioning, cable television, direct dial phone, in-room safe, coffee and tea-making facilities and personal refrigerator.

Boracay Garden Resort is the only property in the island where guests may take leisurely walks around the breezy tree-lined property. The landscaped gardens give the resort a calm ambience, thus helping relax both mind and body.

The resort has its own restaurant called Garden Café, where guests enjoy al fresco dining. The menu features an exciting mix of Filipino and international cuisine.

For inquiries, call Boracay Garden Resort’s Manila Booking Office at (02) 353-1111 or email manila@boracaygarden.com.ph.

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