Hue Hotel: See Hue in Boracay @ Station X

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We always wanted to stay at Hue ever since because of the young vibe and the awesome day pool concept. You can take a dip in the alluring pool and enjoy the best food and signature cocktails on the island.

We spent day and night just hanging out by the pool and food tripping at Station X. Here’s the best of what we love about the Hue Boracay experience…

Hue Boracay

A perfect spot to unwind and the ideal accommodation for intimate, family or group stays, this 127-room lifestyle resort boasts contemporary architecture complemented by wide open spaces and a picturesque pool.

Located at the intersection of the main road and the border of Stations 2 & 3, I was impressed with how Hue was able to provide a vibrant colorful experience, making it a must stop on your visit to the island.

Station 2, Main Road, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines 5608
Telephone: +63 (36) 286 2900, +63 (927) 640 9036
Facebook: Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay
Instagram: @hueboracay

Hue Suite Room. Equipped with basic necessities, it comes with a bigger floor plan and a bathtub.

We stayed in the Suite Room with a sofa area where we do our work from Boracay setup and a super comfortable bed that lulls you to sleep. The room felt clean and safe like your own home.

The bathroom is integrated into the bedroom; think studio unit with separate toilet and bath.

The best part of the suite room is the spacious shower and bathtub for your intimate moments.

LA-UD Restaurant. Breakfast is served in their signature Filipino restaurant with a high-ceiling al fresco ambiance.

Native Chicken Binakol (₱555). For Sharing: Chicken Soup in Coconut Broth.

Sometimes we just love simple Filipino food that you can’t make at home like their Chicken Binakol with the right sourness and sweetness combination with the coconut juice.

Station X is their signature food hall with the best breakfast food, best signature coffee and destination food that is better than what you’ll get in Manila.


Nonie’s by Shria and Patrick Florencio is consistently included in the list of the 10 Best restaurants in Boracay.

They offer healthy and vegetarian food during the pandemic. They also created a cloud kitchen Indian concept called Little Taj.

Pineapple Pandan Pancakes (₱350). Three fluffy pandan pancakes served with braised pineapple, toasted cashew and dulce de leche sauce.

Check out their fluffy pancakes with flavors of pandan, pineapple and dulce de leche for your feel good decadent mornings.

Nonie’s Eggs Benedict (₱350/₱390). Choice of Shiitake mushrooms or Beef Brisket hash served with soft boiled egg, lemongrass hollandaise, focaccia and sweet potato chips.

Shria, a restaurateur by day and a Boracay DJ by night, serves their Eggs Benedict version with soft boiled eggs on top of beef brisket with vegetables and overflowing kamote chips.

Beef & Kimchi (₱390). Braised brisket hash, soft-boiled egg, Nonie’s kimchi, sorghum.

This is our favorite because of the spicy sweet kimchi sauce to kick start an awesome morning.

Chicken and Pork Adobo (₱490). Grilled chicken adobo, 72-hour crispy pork belly, soft boiled egg, Cavite-style adobo sauce, candied garlic with organic black rice.

Try their signature Filipino adobo with chicken and pork, healthy black rice and Cavite’s yellow adobo sauce.

Palak Paid Chaat (₱190).

We only got to taste their Indian street food snacks, but will make sure to try their Indian menu soon.

Little Wave

Little Wave by Nowie and Odette Potenciano, the go-to place among coffee connoisseurs in Boracay, is known for their signature coffees.

We tried almost all of their food, and we were blown away by their breakfast food and well-crafted menu. Galing!

The Little Wave (₱250). Espresso and milk shaken together and finished with sea salt cream.

One of my favorite cold coffee creations with a layer of milk froth on top and topped with sea salt cream!

Creamed Shimeji and Eggs (₱290). Unctuous creamed shimeji mushrooms on top of scrambled eggs and sourdough toast.

Open-faced house-made sourdough with a generous serving of moist egg topped with shimeji mushrooms. Sarap!

Highly Recommended: The Death Cream (₱290). Their take on this decadent favorite. Coffee & thick cream that makes you feel like you’re drinking ice cream. A must try at Little Wave.

Oh soo good—liquid coffee ice cream served on the rocks for indulgent mornings.

Little Wave Waffles (₱195). Mango and Salted Caramel.

For those who like their waffles chewy with sweetness from mango and salted caramel.

The Little Wave Beef Tapa Bowl (₱290). They make their own tapa in-house to make this delish bowl of comfort that’s sure to please everyone.

I didn’t know they serve one of the best tapsilogs on the island because of their in-house tapa!

This is our new favorite spot for breakfast in Boracay, and you can eat indoors or al fresco at Station X.

Mushroom Parsley Fettuccine (₱350). Mushrooms, pecorino and a hint of truffle oil.

Did you know that they handmake their own pasta and serve it with the best combination of ingredients?

Vanilla Slice aka Super Napoleones.

Literally makes your Boracay trip worthwhile—a thick layer of Vanilla sandwich with a sweet white glaze on top. Sobrang sarap. 🙂

Coco Mama. Coconut and coco pandan ice cream with sticky rice, diced mango and pinipig.

Yes, Coco Mama. The iconic Boracay dessert is available in Station X from their original location in D’Mall.


Prisma serves the best cocktails on the island, even better than the hotels. Not to mention, you can enjoy these concoctions at their pool bar day and night!

Dark & Tan. Dark rum, falernum syrup, homemade berry puree, ginger beer. Served in a mug.

Rache’s favorite is the ginger beer and rum combination, savoring each sip every time. I usually go for Gin & Tonic.

Dip & Dine. Enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool with scrumptious snacks from LA-UD, Prisma and Station X. Get Php599 worth of consumable food and beverage from 10AM to 9PM daily.

Yes, you can enjoy the pool even as a guest with consumable food and drinks but best to stay at Hue to enjoy this.

Toblerone. Vodka, hazelnut liqueur, milk Irish cream liqueur, coffee liqueur.

To end the night, wifey and I hung out at the pool bar, enjoyed this chocolate cocktail then slept happily after.

Final Thoughts

Make sure to stay here when you go on a hotel hopping vacation on the island because of its never boring well-crafted food options, day pool club concept with the best cocktails on the island and its vibrant young vibe.

The only downside about staying here is you have to walk to the beach and there’s no view, but the experiences and amenities set Hue apart from other accommodation options on the island.

Check out their offers and make sure to book directly with the hotel to get exclusive perks and deals.

Thank you to Sheryl and the Hue Boracay team for an awesome memorable experience. See Hue in Boracay!

Station 2, Main Road, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines 5608
Telephone: +63 (36) 286 2900, +63 (927) 640 9036
Facebook: Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay
Instagram: @hueboracay

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Disclosure: We were media guests of Hue Hotel Boracay during our visit.

P.S. Little Wave can pack food that you can eat at the airport or on your way back home to Manila!

Maple Bacon Sandwich (₱490). The BLT made so much better. Sweet, savory, satisfying. On sourdough. They use their house-made coffee-rubbed bacon.

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