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Top 25 Boracay Hotels Station 1 To Book: Luxury, Midrange & Budget

If you’re looking to book a hotel in station 1, you’re in luck! We’ve rounded up the best Boracay hotels station 1 to book from luxury, mid-range, and budget!

If I were to go back to Boracay, I’d book a hotel in Station 1. During our first visit to Boracay, Ryk and I stayed in one of the hotels in Station 2. While it was a pleasant experience, we’d want to try staying in Station 1.

After Boracay’s reopening in 2018, the island has since limited the number of tourists who can enter. One requirement for entry to this paradise is to show your proof of hotel booking.

So does that mean I have to book our accommodation before going to Boracay?

A BIG YES!

For every tourist traveling to Boracay, hotel bookings are required. But not just any booking, it has to be from one of those in the list of accredited hotels in Boracay.

Anyway, we’re here to help you find the best accommodation in Boracay starting with Station 1.

Travel Tip: We’ve also listed the best accommodations for Station 2 and Station 3.


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Jinjiang Inn Boracay Station 1

Jinjiang Inn Boracay
Jinjiang Inn Boracay

Jinjiang Inn is a minute walk away from Station 1's white beach and also close to station 2's restaurants and bars. It's also along the road and near the bank so you don't have to worry about withdrawing money.

Featuring clean, spacious rooms, this hotel is a great place to stay in if you don't mind walking a bit.

What to love: friendly staff, free drinking water, and good breakfast

Boracay Beach Club

Boracay Beach Club
Boracay Beach Club

Here's another mid-range hotel in Boracay station 1 that's located on the main road. Boracay Beach Club features an outdoor cabana and a swimming pool, free WiFi, and daily breakfasts that will make you want to stay for a few more days.

Despite being located near the main road, Boracay Beach Club offers guests a quiet vacation with their pool and sleeping areas located on the other side of the road.

What to love: a nice pool, friendly staff, quiet location, and great service

One Crescent Place Hotel

One Crescent Place
One Crescent Place

One Crescent Place is 250 m away from Station 1's white beach but makes up for it with stylish guestrooms, impeccable service, 24-hour front desk, and a gift shop. The hotel doesn't have an on-site restaurant but you can easily get to popular restaurants and bars.

What to love: friendly staff, great breakfast, and spacious rooms

Shore Time Hotel

Shore Time Hotel
Shore Time Hotel

With a beachfront location, Shore Time Hotel provides you with a great view of the beach while eating breakfast. The staffs are also friendly and helpful. You'll have a great time with its convenient location.

What to love: close to the beach, accommodating staff, and clean rooms

Jony’s Boutique Hotel

Jony's Boutique Hotel Boracay
Jony's Boutique Hotel

One of the most frequently booked hotels in Boracay is Jony's Boutique Hotel. Its location is just 4 minutes away from the beach. For breakfast, you can go to their on-site restaurant, The Pig Out Bistro, on the ground floor.

What to love: fantastic breakfast, clean rooms, and accommodating staff

Budget Hotels

The following Boracay hotels Station 1 has a price range of a maximum of P2,500 (~50 USD).

Frendz Hostel Boracay

Frendz Hostel Boracay
Frendz Hostel Boracay

If you want to meet new people, Frendz Hostel Boracay is a great place to book. Its location is close to the beach - just 2 minutes walk.

What to love: excellent location, great staff, and clean beds

Bluewaves Westcliff Villa

Bluewaves Westcliff Villa
Bluewaves Westcliff Villa

Despite being a budget hotel, Bluewaves Westcliff Villa features an outdoor pool and balconies in some rooms. The property is a 5-minute walk from the white beach.

You can ask the staff to arrange tour activities or massage services for you. The in-house cafe offers sandwiches and pizzas for lunch and dinner.

What to love: excellent staff, the sunset view from the balcony, and away from the noise

Bluewaves Beach House

Bluewaves Beach House
Bluewaves Beach House

If you want to stay at a beachfront property, Bluewaves Beach House offers just that at an affordable price. You can also avail of their daily continental breakfast. The resort provides each guest with a terrace perfect for watching the sunset!

What to love: cheap price for a great location, clean and comfy rooms,

Boracay White Coral Hotel

Boracay White Coral Hotel
Boracay White Coral Hotel

Boracay White Coral Hotel is just 2 minutes away from the beach and is near a lot of restaurants. Their penthouse unit has its own kitchen complete with utensils so you can cook if you want to save money.

What to love: great location, huge rooms, and accommodating staff

Hannah Hotel

Hannah Hotel
Hannah Hotel

Hannah Hotel is great if you love to spend your vacation in a quiet area of Boracay. The hotel is a little hidden but also close to the beach so you can have the best of both worlds. There are several budget-friendly restaurants nearby and a 24-hour convenience store so you don't have to worry about getting hungry.

What to love: great location, good value for money, and nice staff

Island Hostel Boracay

Island Hostel
Island Hostel Boracay

If you want to stay at a budget hotel in Station 1 that's near the beach, Island Hostel Boracay is for you! This hostel is only a mere 50 steps away from the famous white beach. You can expect the beds to be comfy and clean. There are also plugs and a light by the bed for your convenience.

What to love: fantastic location, helpful staff, and comfy beds

Airbnb Boracay Hotels Station 1 Philippines

Aside from hotels and resorts, you can also opt to stay at an Airbnb.

Get your P2,200 ($44) Airbnb discount here!

Travel tip: You can book your flights here. Just type in your origin and destination.

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Responsible Travel Tips

When traveling to one place, make sure you practice responsible tourism. Here are some tips to do so.

1. Respect the environment

Don’t litter. Please hold onto your trash until you find a garbage can.

Related: 16 Eco-Friendly Travel Products for the Earth-Loving You

2. Avoid single-use plastic

Bring your eco bag and refuse single-use plastic.

3. Shop local

Keep the traditional crafts alive and support local artisans. Buy from them. And try not to haggle, P20 may seem small to you but it can mean a lot to them.

4. Always ask permission

Be sure to ask for permission first when taking photos or videos especially when it comes to children.

5. Don’t bring home sand and seashells

Take nothing but photos. Removal of seashells can harm the ecosystem and endanger creatures such as hermit crabs. You’ll often also find seashells sold as decorations, ornaments, or keychains. Please avoid supporting these and don’t buy.

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