Upgraded to the Most Luxurious Villa in Boracay

What’s even better than an upgrade to a Two Bedroom Pool Villa? (Read about that upgrade here.) An upgrade to the Presidential Villa at Shangri-La Boracay!

A Look into Shangri-La Boracay’s Presidential Villa

The Presidential Villa at Shangri-La Boracay boasts itself as the resort’s most luxurious accommodation with amazing sea views set in a spacious tropical hideaway.

The entire villa comprises of 1,727 square meters with three individual villas and expansive outdoor spaces. The villa has the utmost exclusivity and privacy as it is elevated at the top of the resort’s highest cliff with a viewing deck and an infinity pool that are perfect for every afternoon’s sunset.

The main villa includes a large living room and dining room, plus an office desk, a powder room, and a prep kitchen should you have catered meals in your villa. To each side of the main villa are two separate master’s bedroom villas each with a massive bathroom, separate rain shower, enclosed toilet, and jacuzzi tub.

Outside, there is a large private lap pool with outdoor gazebos, al fresco dining, day beds, and outdoor showers.


Watch my vlog below to see the tour of the Presidential Villa


Photos of the Presidential Villa

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Welcome to your Presidential Villa. As the villa is set up on a cliff near the entrance of the Chi Spa, you will likely always require a buggy to get around to other areas of the resort
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The view of your backyard from the pool. Each villa is separate, yet connected by a covered roof in case it rains. There are a plethora of daybeds, lounge chairs, and dining areas to fully enjoy your outdoor escape
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The view of your pool from above. The Presidential Villa boasts of privacy, therefore your backyard area will feel exclusive without the fear of having anyone peak into your villa
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The view from the pool into the sea. This villa has the most premium view of the sea and you see the horizons the moment you step into your backyard
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At the highest point of your villa, there is a viewing deck and table to enjoy the views of the resort and beyond. This is one of the best places to catch the sunset
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The view from the deck. You can see Sirena and the sunset cabanas across as well as one of the resort’s private beaches below. In the afternoons and early evenings, you can hear the whisper of the music coming from the beach
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The villas have a large outdoor patio complete with lounge chairs and tables to enjoy the outdoor air without getting burned from the hot afternoon sun
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Imagine waking up to this endless horizon every morning. As you will likely spend only a couple or a few nights here, you will surely want to savor every moment in your backyard
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The master’s bedroom. The bedroom villas are both master’s bedrooms with a king size bed, desk space, closet areas, and a full bathroom
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The bathroom with two winks, an enclosed toilet and bidet, a separate rain shower, access to a private outdoor shower, and a jacuzzi tub
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Sunsets in your private lap pool. The pool is designed to fully enjoy and have the best photos during every afternoon’s sunset
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You can continue to enjoy your backyard into the evening as the trees and outdoor area have lights to beautifully and dramatically light up the night
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While you can go to the Vintana Cafe for the buffet breakfast, why not enjoy this incredible view with the in-room dining’s breakfast spread set up in your outdoor dining table. Hands down, this will be one of your all-time favorite meals just because of the view


Address & Booking Your Stay

Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort & Spa, Philippines
Barangay Yapak
Boracay Island, Malay Aklan

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