Crimson Boracay Launches the ‘Station Zero Bubble’ Travel Package

July 20, 2022

For a Safer Vacay...

Vacations as we know it may never be the same again, or at least not for a little while longer—what with the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic still very evident. But that doesn’t mean trips have to be any less exciting than what we’re used to. The key is to go to destinations where health and safety is never an afterthought, but a top priority.

This is where the “Station Zero Bubble” comes in. Offered by Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay and AirTrav, the campaign aims to attract travelers with a package that takes care of its customers from the time they depart Manila, check in the resort, until the moment they check out.

Billed as a safer way to a more memorable and fun vacation, traveling in a “bubble” set-up is arranged in a way where vacationers would never need to leave the resort because everything they’ll ever need for a fun and memorable trip is already there. 

Traveling in a “bubble” is an attractive option for many, because the whole point is to reduce contact as much as possible with other individuals outside the destination resort. Fortunately, Crimson does have just about everything—a gorgeous beachfront (with a view of the world-famous Boracay sunset), luxurious yet cozy rooms, restaurants (such as the Azure Beach Club, Mosaic Latin American Grill, and Saffron Café) that serve sumptuous meals, and a very well-trained crew.

At Crimson, there are tons of activities to do. Aside from swimming at the beach or in one of the pools, there are also water activities available to guests such as kayaking or stand-up paddling. Guests can also play a game of volleyball or a bit of basketball in the main swimming pool.

But what’s cool about Crimson—and what sets it apart from other resorts in the area (or around the country), is its penchant for art. The resort even has an art room with a resident artist, who conducts art classes for interested guests. 

Art class by Patrick Manthe, general manager of Crimson Boracay.

Crimson’s love for art is in no small part thanks to its general manager, Patrick Manthe, who is a dedicated painting enthusiast and an artist himself. In fact, he holds several art classes, too, not because he has to but because he wants to. The classes are called “Sip & Paint” because individuals basically paint while enjoying a glass of wine (or two).

The new Station Zero Bubble promo is a four-day, three-night stay for a party of five (or more) flying in from Manila. 

Guests get exclusive access to AirTrav’s flight hangar and passenger gate going to and from Caticlan. Depending on the size of the travel party, guests may book into one of the Deluxe Premier and Suite combo, Presidential Villa, or Signature Beachfront Villa.

With travel restrictions significantly relaxed, now is the time to book a “Station Zero Bubble” package at Crimson. Because at Crimson Boracay, vacations can be fun and safe.