Yapak: Sunrise Walk

Belmont Hotel Boracay kicks off 4th anniversary celebrations with Yapak: Sunrise Walk

Participants of Yapak: Sunrise Walk woke up early to see the sunrise and join in several activities.

Belmont Hotel Boracay on September 23 kicked off its 4th anniversary celebrations with a breathtaking Yapak: Sunrise Walk.

The event, which started at 5 a.m, was participated in by 64 employees of the hotel, as well as 77 guests who woke up early in the morning to see the sunrise and join in several activities at this side of one of the world’s most famous islands.

The guest participants came from PCTV, Malay MPS, Ati Village of Boracay, Southwest, Feliz Hotel Boracay, The Lind Boracay, JML Wedding Planning and Event Boracay, Boracay Newcoast Estate, Intellicare, Work Avenue Inc., and Savoy Hotel Boracay.


From left: Bonnie Javelona, P/Lt. Col. Dainis Amuguis, Astrophel Tabañera, Dennis Lumabao, Allan Chan, and Jayson Tarrosa.

The program included stretching exercises, performance of the Ati Village Youth, and the much-awaited raffle. A Thanksgiving Mass was also held at 2 p.m. There was also Videoke All Day and an upgraded menu, from breakfast to dinner, was served.

VIPs who attended the kick-off activities included Astrophel Tabañera, general manager of PCTV; Bonnie Javelona of Southwest; P/Lt. Col. Dainis Amuguis, Malay MPS Chief of Police; Jaena Mae Labao, owner of JML Wedding Planning and Event Boracay; Allan Chan, general manager of Feliz Hotel Boracay; and Jayson Tarrosa, deputy estate manager, Boracay Newcoast Estate.

Belmont Hotel Boracay, a four-star gem strategically positioned closest to the beachfront, opened on September 23, 2019 to offer guests a different escape from what Boracay has to offer. It comprises of three mid-rise clusters, with 442 meticulously designed rooms, each offering modern comfort as a retreat from the hustle and bustle of tourist zones. It is one of the hotels situated at Boracay Newcoast, a 150-hectare mixed-use leisure and resort development by Megaworld Corp. that is envisioned to be the grandest tourism destination in the island.