Lime Hotel Boracay: Have A Cool And Refreshing Stay

Many people overlook the quality of their hotel when they go on vacation, thinking that the experience only lies in their itinerary. This couldn’t be further from the truth—your hotel can easily be part of your vacation experience as long as you choose one that has a little bit more to offer after a day out in the sun!

Lime Hotel Boracay is one of those places that ensures your stay is part of your great memories on the island. The hotel’s refreshing vibe with quirky details is sure to get all your friends talking.

Refreshing atmosphere

Lime Hotel Boracay

Lime Hotel’s design is clean to the eyes. Upon entering, the cool green and blue hues make you feel like you are already drinking in something refreshing! Be welcomed with smiles, a refreshing glass of blue lemonade, and a cold towel. Even the scent in the hotel is refreshing! The atmosphere is so nice and cool that we instantly feel refreshed whenever we get back from a long day of soaking in the sun and walking the long White Beach path.

Lime Hotel Boracay

Lime Hotel Boracay has 46 rooms with an infinity pool at the roof top and a Sky Lounge. You don’t have to go far to lounge around, grab a drink, watch the sunset, and live the lime life.

Thoughtful details

Lime Hotel Boracay

The real star of Lime Hotel Boracay is, of course, their guest rooms. Bathed in cooling shades of the same green and blue, you instantly feel your shoulders relax as soon as you enter. The path going to the room is lined with small artificial plants that were very in theme to the hotel concept.

Lime Hotel Boracay

The hotel staff assisted us to our room and oriented us on how to use the remotes—one of which is for the lights in the room, so techy! The room was so comfortable and well-lit. You will even be greeted with a short text on the wall to set the mood for your holidays; ours was “Boracay Endless Memories…”

Lime Hotel Boracay

For other basic amenities like electric kettle, coffee cups, and hair dryer, just call the front desk and they will bring those to your room.

Lime Hotel Boracay

You will also find simple gifts from the hotel that are really useful for the sunny beach life—lime sunglasses and waterproof bags. Very thoughtful!

Convenient location

Best of all, Lime Hotel Boracay is situated at the main road of Station 2, so it’s very accessible and close enough to the happenings on the island without being too close that you can hear the music from the clubs and bars at night. It’s a great place to refresh and recharge yourself from the bustling Boracay nightlife.

You will need to take the stairs going up to the hotel, but just ring the bell, and a hotel staff will gladly help you carry your bags to the hotel lobby.

Lime Hotel Boracay

In the same building is Bon Chon. When you’re hungry and feeling lazy to go far, you can get yummy fast food meal from BonChon (try the bibimbap and chicken sandwich). You are also given the option to have your breakfast here or at Coffee House, which is just a few steps away from the hotel.

Live the lime life

Lime Hotel Boracay

With the kind of service and amenities Lime Hotel offers, you are sure that you will get excellent value for money. They know very well how to provide all the comforts expected from a hotel, plus more.

Lime Hotel Boracay

Lime Hotel Boracay is definitely one accommodation that is highly recommended for any traveler. Stay with friends so that you can enjoy the different quirks this hotel has to offer, and maybe even take a group photo wearing those signature lime sunglasses!


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Lime Hotel Boracay is located at Main Road Station 2, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines. For room reservations, click here. For other inquiries, visit their website and their Facebook page. You may also contact them at +63906 2670416.

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