Discovery Boracay Signature Suites: What to Expect in the Best Luxury Suites in White Beach?!


Happening alongside the opening of the New Boracay after a 6-month reboot is the launch of Discovery’s Signature Suites, the best luxury suites along Boracay’s white beach. It is the perfect match to the new chill out, sustainable and family-friendly vibe of Boracay island.

This is a detailed guide on what the Signature Suites are all about, including a room tour, the exclusive 360 rooftop lounge, where and what best to eat and how to design your awesome experience.

Don’t miss out on the new Signature Suite experience in Boracay…

Station 1, Balabag, Boracay Island 5608, Malay, Aklan, Philippines
Contact: +632 720-8888
Mobile: +63917 625-8507
Facebook: Discovery Shores Boracay
Instagram: @discoveryshoresboracay
Twitter: @DiscoveryShores

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First Things First

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Discovery Boracay was able to rush the completion of the much-awaited Signature Suites during the closure.

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Read this post on The New Boracay—What’s in & What’s out?

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Back to the good old days where you can have a beach picnic while enjoying the powdery white sand.

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You can now see the coconut trees and truly experience a tropical paradise.

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Most importantly, you can now swim in the clear cold waters of Boracay.


The Great Room

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The experience starts in The Great Room, an exclusive lounge reception area for Signature Suite guests.

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We really indulged in the complimentary snacks and beverages and had a stock of chocnut for ourselves.

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Fortunately, Melvin Cabrera was the Guest Experience Maker (GEM) assigned to our group to make our holiday discreetly magical and awesome.


Signature One Bedroom Suite (Room 338)
(₱32,086 per night– good for two persons)
Maximum capacity of the room is 4 persons (applicable charge for additional persons)
Extra person charge inclusive of breakfast and round trip transfers (Caticlan Airport) is ₱4,026

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There are 7 available one-bedroom suites with two queen beds, a pillow menu and a high definition IPTV (50″ or 55″).


Most significant are the in-room safe to keep your laptop, wallets and valuables plus an iron with ironing board to make your clothes look good.

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A spacious bathroom with a big bathtub as a centerpiece.


It has a separate toilet and shower, his & hers washbasin, Argan and Signature Suites toiletries and a rubber ducky for bathtub fun.

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We loved the high ceiling, spacious dining area and separate living room. It was like living in a 1-bedroom 121 sqm condo in Boracay.

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There is a separate toilet and bath in the living room for your guests or for quick bathroom access.


You can drink the complimentary soft drinks and beer and eat the snacks in your mini bar, all replenished daily.

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The best part are the 8 sqm plunge pool…

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the spacious balcony…

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and the commanding vista of the white beach.

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Upon arrival, you are treated to a relaxing foot wash…

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and foot massage with cucumber and oil for about 15 minutes. This can lull you to sleep.


Our favorites were the details of the soundbar with iPhone dock, Dyson hair dryer, turon langka and chocolate turndown snacks.

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Best of all, you can enjoy and have your massage inside your suite late at night.


Forno Osteria Breakfast

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You can have your breakfast at the newly opened Forno Osteria in the same building as Signature Suites.

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It’s your usual breakfast buffet with bacon, eggs, pasta, and you can also order from Forno Osteria Gourmet Breakfast Menu.

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At the center table, you can start with some cold cuts, cheeses, assorted bread and pastries.

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You can also choose from fresh fruits and yogurt and indulge in yakult.

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We loved having our breakfast either in our bed, balcony or even in the plunge pool with a mesmerizing view of the white beach.

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Steak & Eggs (₱490). Josper grilled USDA Angus Beef, Crispy Potatoes, 63-degree Egg, Garlic Mayo

I’m not sure why the steaks coming out of the Josper Grill were always quite good served with egg and garlicky mayo.

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Chicken N’ Biscuits (₱490). Crispy Fried Chicken, Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits, Farm Egg, Elvis Gravy, Maple Syrup

For those days you are craving for a Southern American kind of food, there’s fried chicken and buttermilk biscuits to start your day.

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Beef Tapa (₱490). Housemade Beef Tapa, Aromatic Rice, Farm Eggs, Atchara, Soy Garlic Emulsion

Tapsilog never fails to satisfy but the tapa meat was a bit tougher than that of the Steak & Eggs.


The Grand Signature Suite!
(₱80,520 per night – good for two persons)
Maximum capacity of the room is 6 persons (applicable charge for additional persons)

Extra person charge inclusive of breakfast and round trip transfers (Caticlan Airport) is ₱4,026

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Here’s a room tour of the only Presidential Signature Suite located on the topmost floor below the roofdeck.

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It’s a 2-bedroom 252 sqm suite with a spacious dining area, living room and a long balcony.

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It has a 9 sqm plunge pool that can fit everyone in the family.

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You can have lazy private sunset sessions overlooking the sea.

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You’ll love the high vantage point above the coconut trees and resorts.

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The master bedroom with a king bed oriented toward the sunset.

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The spacious bathroom has an oval-shaped bathtub centerpiece…

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and more rubber animals to play with.

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The second bedroom has two queen size beds. In total, the presidential suite can have a maximum capacity of 6 people.

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It has its own toilet, shower and bathtub, though these are less spacious than the masters.

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The living room has a customized carpet resembling Boracay waves specially designed for the signature suites.

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It has its own toilet and powder room in case you have guests or if you need quick relief.

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Finally, it has its own playroom where you can play mahjong until the wee hours of the morning.


2-Bedroom Signature Suites
(₱54,900 peak season – good for two persons)
Maximum capacity of the room is 6 persons (applicable charge for additional persons)
Extra person charge inclusive of breakfast and round trip transfers (Caticlan Airport) is ₱4,026

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Here’s a room tour of one of the 3 units of the Signature Two Bedroom Suite. There’s one on each floor.

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The 214 sqm suite was perfect for our family of 6. The Master Bedroom, with a bed oriented toward the sunrise, was for the parents, of course.

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The Master Bedroom toilet is big, with a bathtub and separate toilet and shower.

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The best part is that it has the biggest 23 sqm plunge pool that kids can enjoy all day.

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The caveat is that it faces the sunrise with a beautiful vista of the mountain ranges of the island.

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The second bedroom was perfect for our 4 boys…

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and they had their own bath tub and rubber duckies to have fun with.


Indigo Lunch

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Indigo Menu: To Start, Soup, Flour & Water | Sea, Land,  To Share from our Brick Oven, An Indigo Signature,  Vegetarian | Sweet, Signature Drinks

Indigo restaurant, known for its signature grilled specialties and romantic private dining at night, is located on the beachfront.

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It has an open kitchen where you can see your grilled seafood and meats prepared just in time for lunch.

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Indigo’s Seafood Platter (₱2,900). Lobster, Atlantic Blue Crab, Hard Shell Clams, Asian Rice, Casserole, XO Sauce

Order the seafood platter of what is freshly available—prawns, clams, crabs or lobsters—in the market.

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Also, check out the grilled platter of kebab, tuna and squid.

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Baby Back Ribs (full rack – ₱1,800). Maple-chipotle glaze

Sometimes, it’s just good to eat a rib of bbq meat with your bare hands as you relish in the fascinating view of White Beach.


Seafood Bisque (₱490). Dash of Brandy, Crab Meat Salad
Pan Roasted Atlantic Salmon (₱760). Forbidden rice, asparagus, roasted cherry tomato, basil oil, snap peas, saffron buerre blanc

Braised Short Ribs (₱1,600). Spinach, potato scallion mash, glazed baby carrots, crispy potato, rib au jus
Dark Chocolate Cake (₱320). 77% Dark chocolate cake, molten matcha filling, vanilla gelato

Take note that Indigo can also organize a set course meal for a romantic private dinner with your special someone.


Sands Lunch

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Sands Menu: Starters, Vegetables, Soups,  A Taste of the Visayas | Mains, Noodles | Rice, Breakfast, Shores Boodle Fight | Appetizers, Greens, Sandwiches & Burgers | Seafood Basket, Housemade Pizzas, Pasta, Pan Asian FlavorsPan Asian Burgers, Desserts

Sands is best known for its Filipino specialties and its boodle fight platters.

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Drinks Menu: Beverage, Smoothies, Ice Cream Shakes, Fruit Shakes | Red by the Bottle, Premium Selection Red and White | House Wine, Red and White Wine by the Glass | Soft Beverages, Iced Tea, Brewery, Craft Brew, Michelada, Whiskey, Rum,  Tequila, Brandy, Cognac, Liqueurs

You can try out their cocktails, shakes or spirits while you wait for your food.

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Bacolod Kansi Beef (₱780). Young jackfruit, batuan fruit, annatto, ginger and lemongrass

This is like your bulalo sinigang but with sourness from batuan. So good!

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Lumpiang Sariwa (₱340). Spring vegetables in moringa crepe, soy peanut dressing, toasted crushed peanuts and fresh garlic

You can start with a healthy fresh roll of vegetables wrapped in malunggay infused crepe.

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Alimango in Alavar Sauce (₱1,950 – 500g). Sauteed mud crabs in Zamboanga’s alavar sauce

The freshest mud crab with the alavar sauce from Zamboanga.

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Tanigue Steak (₱660). Kingfish in soy-calamansi sauce with onion and garlic

You can also order a fish steak for something light.

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Salted Fish Fried Rice (₱320). Dried fish bits, annatto, onions and tomato

We usually don’t eat rice anymore, but how could anyone resist this salted fish fried rice?

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Pork Humba (₱660). Stewed sweet pork dish with salted black beans and banana blossoms

It’s sinful with big layers of fat but yummy with soft layers of meat in between.

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Taho Sorbetes (₱240/scoop)

This is hands down the best dessert in White Beach. 🙂


360 Rooftop Lounge

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The 360 Rooftop Lounge is exclusive only to Signature Suite guests and features a 360-degree view of Boracay Station 1. It also has an infinity pool…

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and jet pool where you can enjoy the sunset over cocktails with your friends and special someone.

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It has swinging daybeds and hammocks where you can lazily lounge around as you listen to soothing cool tunes.

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360 Roof Lounge Menu: Cocktails | Snacks, Dimsum | Greens, Brickoven Pizzas | Sandwiches, Something Sweet

It has a bar that serves cocktails and snacks while you savor the view.

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You can also enjoy the mountain and sunrise view on one end…

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and the view of the white beach during sunset.


Boracay Sunset

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You’ll love watching the relaxing scene of the blue and yellow sails of the paraws going back and forth from the infinity pool.

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This is now the best place to watch Boracay Sunset, replacing the now-closed Spider House.

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Yes, you can enjoy your cocktails and drinks from the comfort of your Jacuzzi, attended by a lounge butler to boot.

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The Boracay sunset is so beautiful from this vantage point without obstructions and the crowd.

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Salt & Pepper Calamari (₱320). Ginger Aioli and Togarashi Salt
Angry Fried Chicken Wings (8 pcs. -₱580). Gochujang Miso Glaze, Blue Cheese Dip

You can dig in some cocktail food while reveling in the twilight.


Forno Osteria Dinner

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Forno Osteria Menu: Antipasti, Zuppa, Insalate | Risotto, Bambino’s, Brick Oven PizzasCarni, Pastas, For the Table | Kid’s Table, Dessert | Dulci, Gelato, Forno Iced Tea

Forno Osteria is a casual dining Italian restaurant open for everyone that serves the freshest pasta, brick oven Neapolitan pizza and the first Josper-grilled steaks on the island.



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Miscela Martini. Fundador, Honey Syrup, Lemon, Grapes, Hickory Wood for Smoking

You can enjoy their signature smoked cocktail or your choice from their decent selection of wines and spirits.

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Paolo Scavino, Vino da Tavola Rosso, Piedmont, Italy (₱2,000 per bottle). Barbera-Dolcetto-Nebbiolo, Robust herbal and tobacco-like flavors with grippy tannin

Forno Osteria Drinks Menu: Fruit Shakes, Liquid Health, Chilled Juices, Soft Beverage, Forno Signature Iced Tea, Smoothies | Local Brew, International Brew, Craft Beer, House Pour, Whiskey, Gin, Rum/Rhum, Tequila, Vodka | Brandy, Digestivo, Coffee, Loose Leaf Tea, House Pour, House Premium, By the Glass | Red, White Wine by the Bottle | White Wine, Blush, Prosecco/ Champagne, Cellar Premium Selection | Cocktail



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Arancini Alla Bolognese (₱390). Beef & Tomato Ragu, Parmigiano Reggiano, EVOO

To start, we had a rice ball of beef with tomato…

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Sicilian Cauliflower  (₱390). Hummus, Baby Eggplant, Caper-Raisin Brown Butter

an Italian vegetable dish with a combination of cauliflower, baby eggplant, humus…

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Rustic Clams Brodetto (₱360). Spicy Tomato Clams Stew, White Wine, Oregano, Red Onions, Fresh Basil, Grilled Ciabatta, Herb Butter

a spicy tomato with clam juice soup to stimulate the appetite.


pizza and pasta

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The pizzas are cooked in a custom-built brick oven.

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Quattro Formaggi (₱720). Mozzarella, Fontina, Parmesan, Gorgonzola, Oregano

We always love a pizza with simple toppings like 4 cheese or margherita.

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Margherita Pizza (₱700). Forno’s Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Basil, EVOO

The crust was a bit thick and we ended up eating the center.

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I loved how they support local enterprise by using the first ever Boracay Heat labuyo sauce from Mt. Luho.

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Spaghetti Nero  (₱660). Squid Ink Pasta, Selva Shrimp, New Zealand Mussels, and Ricotta Salata

They make their own pasta, topped with the freshest ingredients and this black squid ink sauce.

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Pappardelle Bolognese (₱660). Slow Braised Tomatoes, Thyme, Oregano, Ricotta Salata, Parmesan 

Loved the flat pasta itself. It was covered with bolognese sauce and parmesan cheese.



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They have the first ever Josper oven with charcoal and gas grill on the island of Boracay.

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Rib Eye. (500g – ₱3,000).

This was the best steak I’ve eaten on the island, perfect if you want to celebrate a special life milestone.


The steak comes with 3 kinds of sauces (Bernaise, House Steak Sauce, Melted Gorgonzola), a choice of steak knives and different side dishes like the Potato Puree (₱220).



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Tiramisu (₱320). Amaretti Mascarpone, Espresso Lady Finger

Check out the tiramisu for a sweet ending…

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and their home-made limoncello for a nice digestive.

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They have a lovely Christmas Tree in the middle of the patio where you can take your souvenir photos.


Final Thoughts


Overall, we fell in love with the lounge pool of the Signature Suites and the exclusive access to the rooftop lounge with an awesome 360 view of the Boracay sunset.

On Breakfast. It would be nice to have breakfast on the roof deck or in the lounge pool with floating trays to enjoy the white beach view while you eat.

Forno Osteria is worth a visit for their Josper-grilled steaks specially when you are celebrating a special occasion on the island. Only thing is that it does not have a view, and it’s hidden at the back of Discovery.

The Guest Experience Maker concept is nice but there’s currently not a lot to do on the island except to enjoy the white beach with your family and hang around in your suite.

The Signature Suites are perfect for a honeymoon or couple escape, all the more when celebrating your anniversary.

Chef Ghel Bagwan, Rome Garcia and Julius Alegre

Congrats to Chef Ghel Bagwan, Rome Garcia, Julius Alegre and Discovery Boracay’s culinary team for the awesome food during our stay!

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Station 1, Balabag, Boracay Island 5608, Malay, Aklan, Philippines
Contact: +632 720-8888
Mobile: +63917 625-8507
Facebook: Discovery Shores Boracay
Instagram: @discoveryshoresboracay
Twitter: @DiscoveryShores

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Live an Awesome Life,

Disclosure: We were media guests of Discovery Boracay to launch the Signature Suites and feature the New Boracay.  I wrote this article with my biases, opinions and insights.

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P.S. Here are some final tips:

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Discovery provides a hassle-free transfer to the airport with shuttle, private boat and airport van transfers. 

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Only Starbucks is available at the Caticlan airport so make sure to eat on the island before you travel.

Discovery WIFI

The Signature Suites has a decent high-speed internet access so that you can still work while you are away.

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