Wondering where to stay in Boracay for your next vacay? Bookingera’s got you covered.
Whether you wanted privacy, a beachfront view or something cheap, there are a plethora of Boracay hotels to suit every traveler’s needs.
After the much-needed 6-month Boracay rehabilitation, planning a trip to the twice-voted best island in the world is all the more worth it.
There are still work to do, yes. The main road, for one, isn’t completed yet (as of March 2019). But there are also stark changes that are sure to impress beach lovers. From the crystal clear water to the wider beachfront, the island is slowly but surely coming back to its former pristine glory.
Now, before you get too excited, there’s one thing you should note. You’re only allowed to get into the island if you have a confirmed hotel reservation.
To help you pick the perfect accommodation to book, we’ve created this Boracay neighborhood guide just for you.
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Where To Stay In Boracay: Our Top Picks
Your accommodation in Boracay can make or break your beach getaway. If you’ve decided which area on the island to stay, the next step is to pick the best Boracay hotel for an unforgettable vacation.
We’ve done the research and sifted through hundreds of verified accommodations on the island. Based on customer ratings and price, here are our best Boracay hotel recommendations categorized according to popular Boracay areas:
The White Beach, which spans about 4 km, is divided into three stations – Stations 1, 2 and 3. Of the three stations, Station 1 boasts the finest white sand.
In terms of accommodation, Station 1 is a top pick for 5-star luxury Boracay beachfront hotels and resorts. Whether you’re on your honeymoon or you simply just want to be pampered, you won’t go wrong with the following choices:
There are also mid-range Boracay hotels in this station. You get to enjoy the same prime location and stunning views without breaking the budget.
Still looking for something cheaper in this area? Perfect for backpackers, families or group of friends, Boracay Backpackers rates start from under PHP500 (USD9.6) per pax.
White Beach’s Station 2 is the epicenter of Boracay island. From shopping to dining and partying, this station’s got your Boracay itinerary covered.
D’Mall is smacked right in the middle giving you quick access to a plethora of restaurants and a supermarket for your last minute grocery needs. There are also boutiques in the area if you need to buy an extra pair of swimsuits.
So, if you love the crowd and the hustle and bustle, this neighborhood is where you should be. Here are the best hotels in Boracay Station 2:
Station 3 offers just the right combo of value and convenience. You’re not only close to the beach
White Beach Station 3 is perfect for those who love sports, the beach and traveling on a budget.
The sand may not be as fine as that of Station 1 but at least the hotel accommodation won’t break the bank.
When shared with friends or family, these cheap hotels will cost you less than PHP1,000 (USD19) per pax:
Station X is Boracay’s newest attraction – a lifestyle and food hub that’s set to be a game-changer on the beach island paradise. Combining shopping, food and a multicultural ambiance under one roof, your beach getaway just got better and better.
A key element of a unique concept, Station X is located at Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay which boasts a Common Area for lounging, a KTV Bar, a Salon for relaxation, StreetMarket for food and Prisma for drinks.
From solo travelers to couples, family or group of friends, everyone is welcome to enjoy Station X’s exciting features.
On one hand, if you want to enjoy additional premium facilities including a swim-up pool bar, all-day dining restaurant, function room and a fitness center, it’s best to book a room at Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay.
If it’s privacy you want, you’ll get it at Boracay’s Station Zero – the most exclusive location on the island.
Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay, which opened in 2018, is the perfect getaway for those seeking solace in a highly secluded 3,000sqm beach with unparalleled, undistracted and breathtaking views.
Topnotch facilities include an Aum Spa, Fitness Center, Events Pavillon and Crimzone Kids’ Club. For dining, there are three choices available – Saffron Café for international cuisine, Azure Beach Club for Asian cuisine and the Mosaic Latin American Grill.
You never have to leave this quiet side of paradise to experience the ultimate beach luxury.
For accommodation options, Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay have 129 guestrooms, 22 villas and 1 presidential villa all in all.
A taste of quiet and little luxuries at an affordable cost, that’s exactly what you’ll get at Diniwid Beach.
This private gem is located on the northwest part of Boracay. It’s is a mere 10-minute walk from White Beach Station 1 and one tricycle ride away to D’Mall and Station 3.
There are cheap Boracay hotels around this area. Here are 4 options that are surprisingly priced reasonably:
Barangay Yapak is another neighborhood on the island that is worth exploring.
It’s famous for its diving site, for one. Another attraction is the Puka Beach, where it’s less crowded. Just find your little corner and you can sunbathe while enjoying a
Other popular attractions that are easy to access from Yapak town include the Shell Museum, Crystal Cave, Bat Cave and Buslugan Cave, which are all located in Ilig-Iligan Beach.
For hotel accommodations, Yapak is home to luxury resorts with a private beach for a stunning sunrise view. Here are the best of the best in the area:
On the opposite side of the famed Boracay’s White Beach is Bulabog Beach, which is claimed to be one of the best kite surfing destinations in the country. Wind and kite surfing season is from November to April.
At Bulabog Beach, you can escape the crowd and just enjoy the wind.
Here are the best hotels at Bulabog Beach we highly recommend:
To recap, Boracay may be a tiny island but there’s definitely plenty of room to accommodate all types of travelers.
If you want a luxurious beach getaway, Station 1 has a number of beachfront hotels for you. If you’re on the island for the nightlife, there’s no better place to stay than in Station 2. For
Want to experience the latest attraction Boracay has to offer? You have to experience Station X. If, on one hand, you’re longing for privacy and exclusivity, Station Zero and some Yapak resorts are worth checking out.
Diniwid Beach is another private area on the island that offer luxuries at an affordable cost. While Bulabog Beach is perfect for those who are on the island for kite surfing.
We did all the research for you. Now all you have to do is book your Boracay hotel for one heck of a beach adventure.