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Astoria Current

Astoria Current is vibrant and hip—much like it’s exhilarating beachfront location in Boracay’s adrenaline-packed Station 3.

Guests have continued to rave about the food, facilities and most of all, the impeccable and attentive service from the staff that they say truly makes any stay there that much more exceptional.

Contact Info

Beachfront, Station 3
Boracay Island, Aklan

For Inquiries & Reservations:
Carla Gerona
(0998) 968 1265
rsvn@astoriacurrent.com

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About Astoria Current

Who It’s For: Astoria Current is the second resort under the Astoria Hotels and Resorts chain that’s located in Boracay. Situated in Station 3, this 7,000 square meter resort is one of the premier vacation spots for tourists of all types.

Families: Enjoy a family vacation like no other here in Boracay. There are many activities that you can share with your kids as you make unforgettable memories during your stay at Astoria Current. Whether you want to tour the islands with your family or just want to play with your children on the beach, family-friendly fun awaits.

Party Goers: Nighttime in Boracay is definitely the place to be if you love to party. There are a multitude of bars and nightclubs that line the beachfront where you party the night away.

Friends: Groups of friends will find many fun things to do while visiting Boracay. Sharing your experiences with your friends will give you all the opportunities to become even closer during your vacation here at Astoria.

Couples: There’s nothing more romantic than a vacation on an island paradise with your significant other. Astoria Current offers many experiences that you can share with your loved one, such as relaxing by the pool, enjoying a candlelit dinner by the beach, and many more.

AMENITIES:

Parasol Restaurant: The resort’s open-air restaurant offers all-day dining for its guests and features a variety of both local and international specialties. What’s more, Parasol has a beachfront dining area where you can enjoy an up close and personal view of the sea as you dine. There are also live performances by talented artists that can entertain you while you enjoy your meal.

Onyx Bar Lounge: Enjoy a drink by the pool at the Onyx Bar Lounge. The bar offers a variety of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks that you can enjoy at any time of the time. It sports a modern yet laidback design that’s perfect for those who want to relax yet still feel at home.

Fully Equipped Gym and Spa: If you want to continue your personal exercise regimen, the resort has a fully equipped gym that you can use at your leisure. Once you’re done with your training, you can wind down and relax your muscles at the in-house spa.

Multiple Pool Areas: Astoria Current has several pool areas, including a 25 meter lap pool with sunken loungers and built-in aqua seats, as well as a smaller 50 square meter pool for children. The main pool is meticulously designed with twin acrylic panels, giving it a modern look that complements the signature Astoria design sensibility.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS:

Island Hopping: Boracay is surrounded by many beautiful islands that you can visit on a half-day tour. You can charter one of the many boat operators that give regular tours to the various islands that have their own white sand beaches.

Boracay Nightlife: Once the sun goes down, Boracay comes alive as the many clubs and bars around the island pump out amazing songs that you can’t resist dancing to. Many of these places are located by the beach front, so you don’t have to look far to get your party on.

Freedive Boracay: If you’re interested in taking a dip in the clear blue waters of the island, then signing up with Boracay’s premier diving school is a great way to go about it. They have courses for both beginners and advanced divers, so there’s no need to worry.