If you are going to Boracay and prefer to stay at Station 1 where the sand is at its finest, book a suite at The Palms of Boracay!
The Palms of Boracay’s design and interior showcases the rich culture of the Mindanao province and can be seen in their colour schemes, suites and even inside the restaurant.
Inside “The Clubhouse” restaurant
They interestingly used the ancient Alibata script for their “Welcome” -“Mabuhay” signage.
We were given a 2-Bedroom Suite that was perfect for a family of 4.
(Photo courtesy of The Palms of Boracay)
They also support the local community by purchasing and displaying local products. This native bag and sarong are placed in your suite for your use free of charge during your stay. These can also be purchased from them as well.
Since The Palms of Boracay is not a beachfront establishment, you can first take a dip at the lap outdoor pool just in front of “The Clubhouse” restaurant before hitting the beach (which is just a 3-minute walk from the hotel). They also have a kiddie pool and a jacuzzi.
The Palms of Boracay provides the following services:
Hotel airport transfers
Complimentary shuttle service to D’Mall and back every 30 minutes.
The Palms of Boracay extended a very warm Filipino welcome to us.
Station 1, Boracay Island – Malay, Philippines