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Diniwad Beach, Boracay Island, 5608, Philippines

Since its days as a rustic backpackers’ haven—where power was supplied by generators and ice was ferried in—Boracay Island, 200 miles south of Manila, has grown into a stylish tropical retreat. Now resorts attract a global mix of travelers to these powdery shores. Spider House is a Robinson Crusoe fantasy of seven whitewashed, thatched-roof bamboo bungalows, nestled in a jungly hill over the turquoise sea. Rent an outrigger sailboat at nearby White Beach to explore the island’s coves, or wash up on one of the hotel’s ocean-facing verandas, sip a San Miguel, and cultivate your inner castaway.

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Spider House

Since its days as a rustic backpackers’ haven—where power was supplied by generators and ice was ferried in—Boracay Island, 200 miles south of Manila, has grown into a stylish tropical retreat. Now resorts attract a global mix of travelers to these powdery shores. Spider House is a Robinson Crusoe fantasy of seven whitewashed, thatched-roof bamboo bungalows, nestled in a jungly hill over the turquoise sea. Rent an outrigger sailboat at nearby White Beach to explore the island’s coves, or wash up on one of the hotel’s ocean-facing verandas, sip a San Miguel, and cultivate your inner castaway.