Tourists enjoy the White Beach while waiting for sunset.
Images: El Puerto Boracay (L); Aloha Boracay Hotel (R) Facebook pages
During the peak season, it’s no wonder the White Beach has become crowded again around sunset. And with the holiday season approaching, these hotel resorts in Boracay will soon run out of available rooms.
So, if you’re one of the many who’s excited to visit Boracay soon and couldn’t find a place to stay in Boracay, here are another 10 establishments you should check.
Have a drink while dipping in this infinity pool at The Orient Beach.
Images: The Orient Beach Boracay Facebook page
The Orient Beach might be on your list of places to stay in Boracay. This hotel resort in Boracay showcases modern Asian-style architecture constructed with local materials and exotic native woods. Situated in Sitio Hagdan in Barangay Yapak, the 11-room resort provides privacy but is still accessible near the island’s central tourism district. You can dip at the hotel’s infinity pool or chill out at their roof deck lounge, "Moonlit”.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/theorientbeachboracay/, for more information.
You can relax in this Jacuzzi pool after a long beach walk.
Images: El Puerto Boracay Facebook page
El Puerto Boracay could answer your wish if you’re looking for more places to stay in Boracay in a budget-friendly hotel. This hotel resort in Boracay is situated in Calle Remedios in Station 3. The 2-star hotel offers basic hotel amenities at a cheaper price. The hotel also has its own Jacuzzi pool. Its location is also perfect, just five minutes from the White Beach.
Want to have a set on this aqua set at Astoria Current’s swimming pool?
Images: Astoria Current Facebook page
Despite its beachfront location, Astoria Current Resort, a hotel resort in Boracay, made its luxurious pool area one of its main attractions. The 25-meter lap pool with two sides of clear acrylic panels, sunken loungers, and eight built-in aqua sets with jet massage nozzles lies on the resort’s ground floor. You’ll surely notice it as the resort's centerpiece.
This resort in Station 3 has 205 luxurious rooms with colorful, avant-garde décor and furniture. For food and drinks, you can visit the main restaurant on the ground floor, a bar/lounge on the 3rd-floor roof deck, and a garden lounge at the central area of this hotel resort in Boracay. This is a hotel resort where you can eat and have a place to stay in Boracay on your vacation!
Check out their Facebook page, https://web.facebook.com/astoriacurrent, for more information.
Our list of hotel resorts in Boracay includes this family-run beach resort that has withstood the test of time. The White House Boracay is owned by the famous Tirol family, one of the most landed families on the island. The resort now has 30 rooms branded as their guests’ “home away from home.” The hotel resort in Boracay is home to Station Juan Café and now also the famous Los Indios Bravos pub restaurant from Bulabog. You can add this to where to stay in Boracay and hang out.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/WHBoracay, for more information.
Interior of Mahalo Suite room of Aloha Hotel. Mahalo is the Hawaiian word for thank you.
Images: Aloha Boracay Hotel Facebook page
To experience Hawaii without leaving the Philippines is what this hotel resort in Boracay wants to offer its guests. You’ll be welcomed by the staff, all wearing flowery outfits at Aloha Boracay. This three-star place to stay in Boracay along Calle Remedios in Station 2 has 61 rooms and suites. It wouldn't be hard to look where to stay in Boracay since each room has contemporary furnishings and modern facilities. You can also experience Hawaiian in their Aloha Boracay Island Grill, which grills sumptuous seafood and meat nightly at this hotel resort in Boracay.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/AlohaBoracay/, for more information.
If you’re a diving enthusiast and finding where to stay in Boracay, Calypso Boracay Beach & Dive Resort might be on your list already. This hotel resort in Boracay also has an outdoor pool with a poolside bar. The resort in Station 3 beachfront has 22 rooms, all with balconies. If you prefer a room with a sea view, you can book a Deluxe King Suite. Calypso also has a diving shop where you can book your next underwater adventure. You can surely meet some divers at their beachfront bar starting at sunset. This hotel resort in Boracay also houses the Sensi Italian Restaurant.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/calypsoboracay/, for more information.
Altabriza Boracay’s Sky Infinity Pool overlooking Bulabog beach.
Images: Altabriza Resort Boracay Facebook page
Altabriza Resort is a new place to stay in Boracay along the main road in Station 2, just a few minutes’ walk away from D’Mall. The resort has 108 rooms and suites spread over a six-story building. On top of this hotel resort in Boracay is their Altabriza Sky Deck, considered one of the island’s highest points. Their Sky Pool with a bar is also one of the resort’s attractions where you can catch the Bulabog Beach sunrise.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/altabrizaresortboracay/, for more information.
Crimson Resort & Spa Boracay has a 192-room high-end resort in Barangay Yapak. You can choose from their villas, suites, and deluxe accommodations.
With its exclusive location, you can expect private moments alone or with your loved ones. You need to stay close since this hotel resort in Boracay has a private beach and four restaurants and bars you can choose from.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/crimsonboracay/, for more information.
Choose your quiet spot in any of these facilities at The Lind.
Images: The Lind Boracay Facebook page
This hotel resort in Boracay is almost every corner of this five-star hotel in Station 1, which would pass as a background for your next Instagram post. Known for its signature luxe lifestyle, The Lind has 119 rooms and suites; each has its own aesthetic and quirky design. This hotel resort is a place to stay in Boracay with lush greenery and a spacious beachfront. To complement these as a place where to stay in Boracay, they likewise have sprawling swimming pools, a world-class spa, and several event facilities. Choose from the restaurants and bars or enjoy some quiet time on their private birdcage called cabanas at this hotel resort in Boracay.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/TheLindBoracay, for more information.
Speaking of luxury, this hotel resort in Boracay is an international luxury resort chain in its private location in Punta Bunga, Barangay Yapak. Shangri-La Boracay Resort and Spa’s hallmark elegance is evident in each of the 219 rooms of the resort. You can choose a room near a garden, with a sea view, or directly facing the beach at this hotel resort in Boracay. Enjoy a perfect nature getaway from the crowd on their white sand private beach. This isn’t just a place to stay in Boracay, but you can also feast on a wide array of gastronomic dishes in their various themed restaurants.
Check out their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ShangriLaBoracay/, for more information.
No plans for the holiday season yet? Book a hotel from our list today!
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This article was initially published in Yoorekka on November 21, 2018.
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About Karen Bermejo
Karen writes to earn a living, tell stories and promote her advocacies. She’s a traveler and a volunteer. Her adventurous soul makes her more comfortable to sleep on the couch of a stranger than pay bucks for accommodation. Her ultimate dream is to travel the world, master a foreign language and learn how to swim. To keep her sanity while chasing her dreams, she chases waterfalls on weekends.
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