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10 Best Hotels, Resorts In Boracay, Philippines

BORACAY – Regardless of how much money you have, consider these 10 Boracay hotels and resorts.

We’re always excited to once again feel that fine, white sand beneath our feet on our favorite island, which has been repeatedly named one of the greatest in the world.

Boracay continues to offer fantastic leisure, rest, dining, and accommodation alternatives for a variety of people. In light of the increase in tourism, many locations offer cheaper rates.


Whatever your budget, consider visiting these resorts in Boracay:

Discovery Shores Boracay

  • Station 1, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (02) 7720-8888
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P15,300/night

Indulge in deep sleep and awaken feeling rejuvenated in one of the comfortable, roomy suites at Discovery Shores Boracay. You can also experience a wide range of culinary delicacies, some of which are even offered vacuum-packed and tightly sealed for you to take home. Choose from a variety of activities (or maybe try them all! ): water or land-based, relaxing in various corners, or simply letting yourself be pampered.

Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort and Spa

  • Barangay Yapak, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (36) 288-4988
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P17,500/night

You are welcome to indulge in all of your escape-to-paradise fantasies at Exclusive with a capital “E.” In its cozy cabanas, unwinding rooms, and delicious dining venues, you might even feel like you have the resort to yourself so you can sunbathe, swim, schmooze, rest, and sign up for experiences like scuba diving. Chi, The Spa offers extremely luxurious services to end your stay.

Henann Crystal Sands

  • Station 1, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-9222 to 26
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P5,656

This vast resort extends into the white sand beach of Station 1. For days when you don’t want to fight with waves, the resort has three swimming pools. Even a health club is on the site, which has everything you could possibly need!—so you’d be excused for choosing not to venture past its walls.

Coast Boracay

  • Station 2, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-2634
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P7,930/night

Their wide rooms combine design and comfort, with furnishings created locally in Mindanao, as well as plush beds and cushions. The on-site Ta’la Spa offers a variety of services, including traditional Filipino hilot and nail painting. Additionally, Coast Boracay takes great satisfaction in offering outstanding customer service and providing enjoyable activities for all visitors—even the tiniest and most priceless ones.

Aqua Boracay

  • Bulabog Beach, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-1999
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P4,200/night

You may dip your toes in the clear waves or partake in heart-pounding activities like kiteboarding and windsurfing right outside Aqua Boracay’s front door. It is situated along Bulabog Beach. Bustling D’Mall is only a short distance away if you want to go shopping or have a meal. Additionally, you can unwind poolside with a drink. Reserve a treatment at Mist, their on-site spa, for some rest and relaxation.

Serene La Playa Boracay

  • Zone 4, Station 1, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-4888
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P3,500/night

You’ll realize that one of Serene’s chambers is suitably titled the instant you enter it. It is still reasonably priced and far enough away from the chaos to serve as a haven for people who value the “Rest” portion of R&R. The entire resort takes pride in its commitment to sustainability, which includes employing solar energy and favoring reusable plastic over single-use items.

Hotel Soffia

  • Sitio Hagdan, Barangay Yapak, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-1828
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P1,290/night

Prepare for some unique sunsets from this hilltop hotel as the sky’s hues are reflected on the pool’s calm surface. By taking the complimentary shuttle service that runs every other hour between D’Mall and the hotel, you can also take advantage of everything the Boracay beachfront has to offer. Just sign up at the front desk at least 30 minutes in advance.


  • Bulabog Beach, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-2763
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P1,600/night

Levantin is located directly alongside Bulabog Beach, often known as. Kiteboarding’s epicenter, just a few minutes’ walk from D’Mall and the long, white beach of Boracay. The restaurant at this tourist hotspot is also a popular among regular patrons thanks to its extensive menu, which includes everything from breakfast to cocktails.

Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay

  • Station Zero, Barangay Yapak, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 8286-2700
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at: P12,460/night

The resort may be reached by land or by boat and is located in a fairly remote area of the island with its own private beach. You can choose from a large variety of foods at several places to make every meal interesting. Take a plunge in one of the three swimming pools if you get seasick. For additional adult activities, as well as a kids’ amusement area, the fitness center and spa are available.

Luxx Boutique Boracay

  • Station 2, Barangay Balabag, Malay, Aklan
  • Contact: (036) 288-9250
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Rates start at P2,995/night

This 11-room boutique hotel is just a few steps from the closest beach despite being situated farther from the water and closer to the highways. You’ll feel as though you’re living in paradise thanks to the contemporary architecture and bright apartments, especially if you’re staying on one of the upper floors. Enjoy a drink on the rooftop while watching one of Boracay’s famous sunsets.

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