Recently opened Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay is offering its own special brand of family-friendly hospitality to guests on an island that was recently voted “Best in the World” by readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
Located just 30-minutes from Caticlan Airport, the resort provides an impressive choice of facilities that were carefully designed to cater for all ages, supported by an appealing range of holiday activities. The resort’s magnificent multi-level swimming pool provides 3,300 square metres of water-filled fun, and there’s a choice of water sports activities available right off the beach, as well as excursions such as snorkelling and diving at nearby coral reefs.
The Mövenpick Family Programme means that parents travelling with babies and toddlers are offered a helping hand. They can borrow childcare equipment such as baby cots, baby baths and night-lights, and the unique Mövenpick Power Bites menu features fun, healthy meals for kids.
The resort’s General Manager, Albert Ocasio, explains how family moments are integrated into the overall vacation experience. “Family holidays are no longer about simply providing a few things-to-do for youngsters. They are about creating stays where families can really bond by sharing activities. Our mission is to make sure that every member of the family is well catered for and feels special.”
The varied kids’ activity schedule at Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay’ Little Birds Club is packed with engaging pursuits, many with an “edutainment” focus so that children pick up new skills while enjoying themselves. Indoor activities include everything from alphabet and counting games, shell-bracelet making and body tracing for 2-4 year olds, to hair braiding and cupcake baking for 5-8 year olds, or kite making and storytelling sessions for kids up to 12.
Young guests can also choose from a full schedule of outdoor activities designed to take full advantage of the resort’s beachfront location. These include sand castle making, scavenger hunts, nature walks and swimming activities, as well as traditional games such as ‘Tumbang Preso’to give young guests a taste of local life.
“It’s also important for our adult guests to enjoy themselves, which is why we offer a whole range of activities like beach football and volleyball, group paddleboard lessons, morning boot camp and dynamic stretching. Guests can then relax and refresh at our island-inspired Sagay Spa,” adds Mr. Ocasio.
Families who choose to stay longer at Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay can take advantage of the Stay & Save Stay offer with up to 30% off, including breakfast, and a $20 F&B voucher with direct online bookings.
To find out more visit https://www.movenpick.com/boracay