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Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

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All the while after getting our Boracay itenerary, I thougt our second night dinner will be at a Japanese Restaurant. I was surprised when I found out that Zuzuni Boracay is actualy a Greek restaurant.  

Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

Aileen, the tall and beautiful Zuzuni Hotel Manager explained to us why this boutique hotel and restaurant was named Zuzuni. Zuzuni is Greek word which means a “little insect” and it is a term of endearment for friends, family and pets just like how Ilonggo people use the word “Pangga”. Aside from the fun-sounding name the owners chosed Zuzuni because they are part Greek.

Here are some of the Greek foods that they cooked for us:

Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

Melitzanes Tiganites and Tzatziki is composed of sliced fried eggplant in beer-ouzo batter deep fried and served with tzatziki

Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

Tzatzik is yogurt, cucumber and garlic dip (best with Pita). Tzatziki is made of strained yoghurt with cucumbers (either pureed and strained or seeded and finely diced), garlic, salt and usually olive oil, sometimes vinegar, and dill, parsley or mint. Olive oil, olives, and herbs are often used as garnishes as well.

Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

The resort is perfectly located in Boat Station One, fronting Boracay’s famous White Beach.  All rooms are equipped with hot and cold showers, TVs, hypoallergenic 100% cotton sheets and complimentary toiletries.

Deluxe Rooms are Japanese inspired with queen sized bed and hypoallergenic sheets, hot and cold shower, TV and wireless internet connection. Aside from the resorts convinient location and good customer service, they also pamper their guests with quality in-suite products from Loreal, Kerastase and Essenses, same products provided in world class hotels.

Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

Suite Rooms has beautiful balcony facing the beach front with Zuzuni Beach umbrellas and beach beds. Each Suite Room provides 1 king size bed and space for one extra bed with hypoallergenic sheets, Flat screen TV with DVD player, wireless internet connection, mini bar, hot and cold rain showers.

Zuzuni Boracay Hotel Amenities

WIFI Broadband Internet Access, IDD and NDD Phone Service, Cable Television, 24h Room Service, Airline Reservation, Currency Exchange Services, 24-Hour Stand-By Generator, Car Rental, Watersport Rentals, Airport Pick-Up, Dry Cleaning and Laundry, Safe Deposit Box, Use of Vehicle and Driver, Babysitting and a Greek Restaurants

Check out my fellow bloggers blog posts about Zuzuni Boracay Hotel and Restaurant

Lauren –  Chocolate Sin at Zuzuni, Boracay

To book at Zuzuni, call 02/ 843 7308 visit . Seair offers the fastest flight to Boracay in just 35 minutes from Manila to Caticlan. For air ticket reservation call SEAIR hotline 02/ 849 0100 or visit .

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  1. Ferdz says:

    Nice coverage on Zuzuni. Fave ko talaga yang Tzatzik ad of course! Chocolate Sin!! Hehe

  2. […] It was a sunny Friday when we left Manila Domestic Airport via South East Asian Airlines at around 8:30am. I was with a group of travel bloggers for a Boracay familiarization tour organized by Abe which was made possible by Microtel Boracay, Seair and Zuzuni Boutique Hotel and Restaurant. […]

  3. Ferdz,

    Chocolate Sin is the best!

  4. […] beautiful host, gave us a background about the boutique hotel and restaurant and why it was called Zuzuni. The food starts to overflow, I literally have to stand up and smoke hoping that my stomach will […]

  5. Mach says:

    Hmm, “little insect” is a term of endearment? I’d hate to know what they use for enemies!! 😉

    Looks like a great hotel though!

  6. Sounds like a fantastic boutique hotel!

  7. Greek is better then Japanese IMO. I am totally addicted to Spanakopita.

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