7Stones Boracay Suites

Boutique apartment-suite complex on the quiet side of Boracay

7 Stones Boracay Suites

With 29 rooms and suites and a peaceful location on Boracay’s west coast, the 7Stones Boracay Suites is an ideal choice for visitors who want more of an apartment than a hotel room. All except the smallest rooms here have their own fully equipped kitchen, though the resort also boasts a very popular restaurant as well.

Looking out over a beach on the windier side of the island, the property is only 5 minutes by foot from the D’Mall pedestrian zone, and not much farther to the heart of Boat Station 2 on the easy coast, so the dining, shopping, and entertainment options nearby are endless. The smaller class of rooms here are still fairly large and they are all modern and nicely appointed, but it’s a big jump in price up to the suites. Still, for visitors looking for a large and comfortable place for a longer stay, this one is very much worth a look.

Rooms/suites/villas: 29
Area: Bulabog Beach
Category: 4-star

Room types

  • Superior Room (1 bedroom)
  • Junior Suite (1 bedroom)
  • Deluxe Suite (1 bedroom)
  • Grand Deluxe Suite (2 bedrooms)
  • Family Suite (2 bedrooms)
  • Super Family (3 bedrooms)

Special room features

  • Spacious bedrooms with king or twin beds
  • Large en-suite bathroom
  • 32″ or 40″ flatscreen TV with sound system
  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Vanity desk
  • Fully equipped kitchen in all suites


  • High season online specials from US$163 per night
  • Low season online specials from US$132 per night

Restaurants and bars

  • 7th Note restaurant

Resort features

  • Lagoon style swimming pool
  • Swim up pool bar
  • Outdoor Jacuzzi
  • Laundry service
  • Babysitting
  • Massage service

What the reviews say

Reviews for the 7Stones Boracay Suites are mostly excellent, with nearly all guests remarking that they’d return and also recommend the place to friends. The large rooms and suites are said to be modern and well kept, as are the grounds. People seem to love the pool and the swim-up bar, plus the location on the quiet side of the island.

One complaint worth noting is that the cheapest rooms here are the Superiors, which are smaller and much less expensive than all the others. They evidently have less desirable locations as well, so the big step up to the suites seems to be worth it. Overall this seems to be a popular boutique resort that will stay busy in high season.

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