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Beach Resorts
The Lind Boracay, Boracay Island, Aklan, Philippines
Opening Hours
Monday: Open 24 hours; Tuesday: Open 24 hours; Wednesday: Open 24 hours; Thursday: Open 24 hours; Friday: Open 24 hours; Saturday: Open 24 hours; Sunday: Open 24 hours
Distance From City Center
0.7 km
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The Lind Boracay

The Lind Boracay is one of the luxurious 5-star resort located along the beaches in Station 1, Boracay. This resort does not only provide excellent services, but they offer a laid-back type of luxury experience. Guests will love the hotel’s boutique aesthetic; modern and chic ambiance.

Hotel Amenities

The Lind provides 45 to 101 square meters of different rooms from standard rooms with garden, pool and beach views. All rooms are with the best coastal decorations.

The hotel also offers rooms and suites with a pool that lets the guests enjoy a private dip overlooking Boracay’s beach or The Lind’s Garden views. 

Aside from the rooms, the Lind gives its guests beachfront access where one can walk along the powdery white sands and get their desired tan. 

From being sun-kissed from sunbathing or walking along the island, guests from The Lind can cool their bodies from good swimming from one of their pools. Guests can also avail of the hotel’s best-selling massage or choose from different services to soothe their organization from a day at the beach. 

Other Activities

Boracay is one of the world’s most beautiful beaches due to its rich waters and land resources. Its white sand and turquoise waters is a gem. Most people who visit Boracay enjoy their stay by visiting the nearby beaches of Puka Beach. One can try water activities such as riding a banana boat or flying fish, exploring the abundant marine life by scuba diving or helmet diving. There are also nearby islands one can visit within a day such as Romblon’s Carabao Island, and Panay’s Ariel’s Point.