Beachfront Resorts in Boracay
While the objective to keep Boracay Island clean and orderly remains, following the island’s six-month rehabilitation closure, the Philippine Department of Tourism stands adamant in controlling the numbers of visitors entering the island to 6,405 per day, and they are allowed to enter only with a proof of a guaranteed reservation with an accredited hotel or resort.
While many hotels and resorts have received certification for complying with environmental requirements, visitors have a nice selection of beachfront accommodations that can be their island home during their holiday.
Boracay Station 1 Beachfront Resorts
At Station 1, for starters, there are triple-A resorts with swimming pools lined up on the beach’s finest parts of white sand, such as Fridays Resort (check rates), The Lind Hotel (check rates), Discovery Shores (check rates), Sea Wind Resort (check rates) and White House Beach Resort (check rates). In these accommodations, visitors usually end up settled and not leaving the place because of the privilege of enjoying the food and drinks at the in-house restaurant on bare feet and skipping to their bedrooms at their convenience.
For simpler and equally comfy accommodations, there are Blue Waves Beach House (check rates), MR Holidays (check rates), and further down toward the center is one of Boracay’s pioneer Jony’s Beach Hotel (check rates), which boasts of the original fresh fruit shakes on the island.
Boracay Station 2 Beachfront Resorts
At Station 2, where the heart of the island’s commercialism is found, there is the grand District Hotel (check rates), the earthy and elegant Red Coconut Beach Hotel, one of the first modern hotels Le Soleil Hotel, the legendary De Paris Beach Resort (check rates), and the family-centered The Coast Hotel (check rates) with swimming pools and daily activities specifically mapped out for kids.
Boracay Station 3 Beachfront Resorts
Lastly, tucked at the South end of the island’s 4.5 kilometer White Beach is its most tranquil spot with the local neighborhood supporting one another’s resort, be it Coco Loco Beach Resort, Blue Coral Beach Resort Boracay, mod-minimalist style Hey Jude South Beach Hotel, The Rose Pike Resort, the newly-renovated Boracay 3-5-7 and the Japanese-run Surfside Beach Resort and Spa.
Either one of these accommodations has direct and instant beach access for its privileged guests with no bulky beach furniture perturbing the path and the view of the bewitching sunset.
They are also run by passionate people who make a point of giving a satisfying environment and a lasting experience for their guests.
So, when booking for a place to stay in Boracay, look these up to get an insight on where it’s best to stay on the island.
PS. If you are looking for tropical beaches to visit near Metro Manila, check out these amazing beach destinations in Batangas.