Halal Hotels Boracay
According to the Philippine Statistics Authority, the Muslim population of Philippines in 2015 was 6.01%. However, a 2012 estimate by the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) stated that there were 10.7 million Muslims, or approximately 11 percent of the total population.
By Crescent Rating, Philippines is 46th rated among most Muslim-friendly countries.
How many mosques are there in Philippines?
Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Philippines do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
Where to Find Halal Food in Boracay?
Best Day Tours in Boracay for Muslim Travelers
Boracay is a small island in the central Philippines. It’s known for its resorts and beaches. Along the west coast, White Beach is backed by palm trees, bars and restaurants. On the east coast, strong winds make Bulabog Beach a hub for water sports. Nearby, the observation deck on Mount Luho offers panoramic views over the island. Offshore, coral reefs and shipwrecks are home to diverse marine life.
- Boracay Wakeboarding
- Boracay Island Hopping + Hot Kawa Bath + UFO
- Boracay Island Hopping+ Hot Kawa Bath+ Parasailing+ Helmet Diving
- WaterColors – Discover Scuba Diving in Boracay
- Boracay Island Hopping (private)
1. Belmont Hotel Boracay 4* – Halal Hotels Boracay
Belmont Hotel Boracay has a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and bar in Boracay. 1.4 km from Hagdan Beach and 2.7 km from Willy’s Rock, the property provides a private beach area, as well as a garden. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, room service and free WiFi.
Guests at the hotel can enjoy a à la carte breakfast.
Belmont Hotel Boracay offers a sun terrace.
A 4-minute walk from Iligan Beach, this relaxed hotel is 4 km from the D’Mall Boracay shopping hub and 10 km by road and ferry from Godofredo P. Ramos Airport.
Warmly furnished rooms, some with balconies, provide flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and minifridges, in addition to tea and coffee making facilities, and safes. Suites add separate living rooms.
There’s a complimentary mall shuttle. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a poolside bar and a garden, as well as a gym. Breakfast is available.
How much does a room costs at Belmont Hotel Boracay?
This double room has air conditioning, bathrobe and minibar.
Where to book online – Belmont Hotel Boracay – Halal Hotels Boracay – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Boracay during Ati-atihan Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Philippines on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Shangri-La Boracay 5* – Halal Hotels Boracay
Surrounded by a lush hillside overlooking the ocean, Shangri-La Boracay provides a luxurious and secluded hideaway. It features a 350 m private beachfront, 2 stunning outdoor pools and spacious guest rooms and villas. Complimentary internet access is provided.
All rooms have a spacious balcony with a daybed showcasing impressive views, while villas and suites are provided with butler service and either a private pool or outdoor hot tub. They are also fitted with a 37-inch flat-screen TV, DVD player and iPod docking station.
Guests can enjoy a range of water activities from kayaking and deep sea diving to romantic sunset cruises on a wind sail.
Guests looking to relax can head to CHI, The Spa. This sanctuary by the sea offers a menu of body massage and beauty treatments.
This luxe beach resort is 2.4 km from Puka Shell Beach and 6 km from Bulabog Beach.
Furnished with local materials, polished rooms, suites and villas feature verandas or balconies and garden or sea views. All come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and minibars, as well as tea and coffeemakers. Upscale suites and villas offer sitting areas, hot tubs, private pools and/or butler service. Room service is available 24/7.
A breakfast buffet and parking are free. Amenities include a spa, a gym and an outdoor pool, as well as 2 white beaches and a beach bar. There’s a seafood restaurant, a poolside eatery and a lobby lounge.
From the moment their driver greeted us at Kalibo Airport to when we left, the service was friendly, genuine and professional.
A buggy drives you around everywhere. We tried ALL the restaurants – and they were great. If I could request anything about the restaurants is if they could possibly consider using Halal Chicken and Beef – because this wouldn’t bother non-Muslim guests, but it sure would super impress all your Muslim guests.
It was a little hard not to be able to enjoy certain things on the menu because it had non-halal chicken or beef in it.
Service was seamless and efficient and there was not a single time we were kept waiting. Our room was luxurious and facing the blue ocean (really feel like waking up to a postcard picture everyday). We were fetched on a buggy everywhere we go. Our beach towels were changed the moment staff moticed that it has gotten wet and we were shivering. Staffs were very attentive and helped to shift our beach lounge chairs under the shade when they noticed the sun was getting too hot for us. The best part is Shangri La’s ability to cater to our halal diet requirements.
Their muslim chef, chef Azlan from malaysia actually prepared a sumptuous special breakfast for us! We were really amazed by this customisation to our needs and were very pleased. Shangri La trully offers first class services.
Although there is no Halal Kitchen, our food has been taken care off by the Chef who himself is a muslim. Just let the Guest Service knows about your diet.
They will do all their means to cater to your needs. We have had no problems at all during the stay and it’s great. Nice location, great staffs and a wonderful resort.
Staying at the Shangri-La Boracay was a true experience! It is a truly beautiful resort and the attention to detail is evident in everything from the layout/design to the smallest of details in its architecture. The hotel staff are very friendly and were happy to accommodate requests, including one for a free room upgrade when we checked in. We had a lovely view of the sea (Punta Bunga Beach) from our rooms and enjoyed winding down on our balcony each evening.
We truly enjoyed our stay and were very happy with the choice of halal options for our meals throughout our time there. It definitely adds to the experience when we don’t have to worry about food options.
How much does a room costs at Belmont Hotel Boracay?
This villa has a balcony, electric kettle and sofa.
Where to book online – Belmont Hotel Boracay – Halal Hotels Boracay – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Boracay during Ati-atihan Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Philippines on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. The District Boracay 4* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Boracay
Located on the shores of Boracay Beach, The District Boracay features 3 dining options, an outdoor pool, a 24-hr front desk, and free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.
The property is conveniently 120 m to the famous D’Mall Boracay, where guests can enjoy shopping and entertainment. Caticlan Airport is just 5 km away, while Kalibo International Airport is within 72 km away.
Fitted with tiled flooring and modern décor, spacious air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a personal safe, a flat-screen cable TV, fridge and seating area. Tea/coffee making facilities and a minibar are also included. The en suite bathroom comes with a hairdryer, shower and free toiletries.
This stylish beachfront resort is a 3-minute walk from Station 2 and the shops at D’Mall, and 8 km via road and ferry from the Caticlan Jetty Port.
Offering free Wi-Fi and flat-screens, plush rooms have balconies or terraces, as well as tea and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living rooms with sofas. Upgraded duplex suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows and bedroom lofts.
A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in a casual restaurant/bar with a rooftop terrace, and there’s a beachfront eatery offering Italian fare.
Other amenities include a chic outdoor pool and a hot tub, along with a fitness center and massage treatments.
The District Boracay is a boutique beachfront resort located at the center of Boracay island’s Station 2 that offers 48 rooms, a Filipino restaurant, a bar and events roof deck, a cafe, a lap pool, a conference room, gym, spa, pool loungers, and its own brand of personalized service.
The hotel reception opens out onto the beach, and they provide towels and mats if you want to sit on the beach. The pool does get the sun in the afternoon and there are about 8 loungers – these were never full when we were there.
We stayed in their 2-storey Premier Suite room, which has a loft, a king-sized bed and 2 verandas. The room is really nice and cozy to stay in during our Boracay getaway.
The pool staff were lovely – they made the effort to chat and always remembered our names making it a very personal service.
Their breakfast buffet is really great and surprisingly they had different menus every day lol. I enjoyed their food, it was delicious and filling. 🙂
The Staff: Absolutely wonderful. The property is well appointed and located perfectly (I’ll get to that later), but the staff was the icing on the cake.
The Rooms: We were upgraded to a premier suite and my was it a treat. I enjoyed relaxing on the balcony watching the sun set and rise from our room. The wifi was pretty good, not the best, but enough to do basic things such as check my e-mail and log onto social media. I was even able to make calls using WhatsApp. The bed was comfortable, the shower was always warm. It was ideal.
Location: This is as beachfront as it gets. Although it’s located in the hustle and bustle of station 2(I think), you can’t tell when you are in the property courtyard.
Which is a plus because you can easily access all of the activities, nightlife, and lodging yet it won’t affect your sleep. Sure sign of a well designed property.
Food: We loved that they offered complimentary breakfast or brunch each morning.
The breakfast was pretty good, but we did head to another place for breakfast our last morning and were blown away. We are American and were hoping for more western options and totally understand why they weren’t offered. I have a really sensitive stomach and lost 8 lbs during our trip to Thailand two years ago because the food upset my stomach. That was not the case here nor in Manilla.
How much does a room costs at The District Boracay?
Featuring modern décor, spacious air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a personal safe, a flat-screen cable TV, fridge and seating area. Tea/coffee making facilities and a minibar upon request are also included. The en suite bathroom comes with a hairdryer, hot/cold shower and free toiletries.
Where to book online – The District Boracay – Halal Hotels Boracay – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Boracay during Ati-atihan Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Philippines on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.