Bora Bora Resorts


Intercontinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa

Since its opening in May 2006, the InterContinental Resort & Thalasso
Spa Bora Bora “is considered one of the most elite spas and resorts of the world.” The first in French Polynesia to feature only overwater accommodations, the resort redefines the traditional concept by offering 80 spacious overwater villas of more than 1000 square feet, as well as 3 motu family suites. The hotel’s two restaurants feature French Polynesian international cuisine. Facilities include the Deep Ocean Spa, chic Bubbles bar, an infinity swimming pool, fitness room, glass floor over water chapel, tennis courts and watersports center. The resort and spa are designed with an environmental sensitivity, to protect the surrounding lagoons.
Published Room Rates: $1120 to $1550 per night.

St. Regis Resort Bora Bora

Paradise and world-acclaimed luxury come together at the St. Regis Resort Bora Bora.
Encompassing 44 acres of lush landscaping, edged by powdery sands and a lagoon graced with the largest overwater villas in the South Seas, St. Regis Resort Bora Bora represents the epitome of carefree elegance. A total of 74 one-bedroom villas skim the lagoon, with 8 of these featuring terrace Jacuzzis. The 5 two-bedroom over water villas with private swimming pools are a first in French Polynesia. Nestled on the beach are 11 one-bedroom villas, 2 two-bedroom villas with private infinity pools, and a three-bedroom beach villa designed specifically for families. The 13,000 square-foot Royal Estate, majestic on its secluded cove and extending over three separate pavilions, surpasses every expectation. St. Regis Resort Bora Bora indulges the senses with extraordinary dining, a deluxe spa on a private island—and the legendary service of the St. Regis Butler, a reminder that everything is possible in this glorious escape.
Published Room Rates: $1230 to $3145 per night

Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort

Fifty deluxe air-conditioned bungalow suites perch over the transparent lapis lazuli waters of Matira Bay. Each has a glass viewing area where the lagoon becomes your own private aquarium. Fourteen air-conditioned thatched-roof bungalow suites hug the pearl-white sands of one of the best beaches in French Polynesia.
Enjoy fine French cuisine, Tahitian entertainment, breakfast room service by outrigger canoe, sunset cruises, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing and a freshwater swimming pool.
Published Room Rates: $935 to $1365 per night

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora brings the renowned elegance and style synonymous with the Four Seasons brand to French Polynesia. Inspired by Polynesian architecture and tropical surroundings, 100 spacious overwater villas and 7 beachfront villas with private pools are spread over 70 acres of white sand beaches and private lagoons. Spirit yourself away in the spa by the rolling Pacific surf. Set at the edge of the lagoon, the spa offers five spa pavilions, an overwater treatment cabana, three secluded couple’s pavilions and a full service fitness center with an overwater sunrise yoga platform. Enjoy culinary delight at an all-day restaurant serving Polynesian delicacies, a fine dining establishment, and 2 bars, all offer stunning views of sunsets and starlit skies. To accommodate both families and couples, the resort features the Kids for All Seasons club with a kids pool, and a separate teens’ island with a Young Adult Centre and separate beach area. The resort also includes an events pavilion, wedding chapel, black pearl boutique, tennis courts and of course, the highly personalized Four Seasons service standards. Published Room Rates: $1190 to $4180 per night.

Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa
On Motu Toopua in Bora Bora’s magnificent blue lagoon, this exclusive resort offers elegance and luxury with 120 air-conditioned suites, 104 of which are thatched-roof villas. Scattered on the hill with lagoon views, beachfront and overwater, the accommodations have satellite television, CD player, in-room safe, mini-bar and idd telephone. The 84 overwater villas have a glass floor panel for lagoon viewing. Two restaurants and two bars feature international and local cuisine and refreshments. Resort features include a Mandara Spa, fitness center, infinity swimming pool and water sports.
Published Room Rates: $865 to $1800 per night

Bora Bora Lagoon Resort & Spa- CLOSED

Set on Motu Toopua in the middle of Bora Bora’s opalescent lagoon, the 77 overwater, beachfront and garden bungalows of this Orient-Express hotel command breathtaking views of Mount Otemanu. Elegantly designed bungalows feature a sitting area, king-size bed, glass lagoon-viewing coffee table and satellite television with dvd.
All bungalows are air-conditioned. Facilities include two restaurants, Treetop Spa, fitness center, freshwater pool and tennis courts. Complimentary shuttle boat service to/from Vaitape.
Published Room Rates: $780 to $1840 per night

The Westin Bora Bora

Castaway on the furthermost point of a motu in Bora Bora’s turquoise lagoon, Le Méridien perfectly blends French chic and traditional Tahitian styling. Colorful Polynesian prints enhance the island atmosphere in each of its air-conditioned 17 beachfront and 81 overwater bungalows (with glass lagoon-viewing floor area). A restaurant designed like a Tahitian village, beach side pool, spa, and a host of island activities, including the Turtle Care Sanctuary, make for a true Polynesian paradise.
Published Room Rates: $840 to $1485 per night.

Le Bora Bora by Pearl Beach Resort and Spa

Located on Motu Te Vairoa, Le Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort offers 50 deluxe overwater bungalows with a lagoon viewing glass coffee table, 10 luxury beach suites featuring an indoor/outdoor bathroom and private garden with Jacuzzi and sundeck, and 20 deluxe garden pool suite bungalows. All accommodations are air-conditioned. There’s a poolside/garden restaurant, panoramic restaurant, swimming pool, tennis court, on-site dive center and helipad.
Published Room Rates: $770 to $1230 per night

Sofitel Motu Private Island Bora Bora- Closed

Located on its own private motu (islet), this exclusive resort of only 20 overwater bungalows and 10 deluxe hillside bungalows offers personalized service and
luxury accommodations. The thatched-roof bungalows have air-conditioning, satellite television, video and mini-bar. A hilltop restaurant and lounge offers panoramic views of Bora Bora and its incredible lagoon. Complimentary boat shuttle service is offered between the motu and the main island. Now combined into one resort with Sofitel Marara
Published Room Rates: $740 to $1240 per night

 Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach & Private Island Resort- Closed

Located on Point Matira, the Sofitel Marara offers 64 thatched-roof bungalows scattered in the tropical gardens, on the white sand beach and over the lagoon, each with air-conditioning, terrace, ceiling fan, direct-dial phone and mini-bar. A casual Polynesian atmosphere is reflected in the waterfront restaurant. Now combined into one resort with Sofitel Motu.
Published Room Rates: $520 to $1070 per night

Le Maitai Polynesia Plus
 This lovely resort nestles at the foot of a mountain in a gorgeous garden setting on a beautiful blue lagoon. It offers 19 overwater bungalows, 7 beach bungalows and 48 air-conditioned rooms, all featuring a king-size bed, mini-bar, television, telephone and terrace. The overwater bungalows have a glass table for viewing the colorful lagoon. The resort has two restaurants, a bar and a pearl boutique.
Published Room Rates: $340 to $745 per night

Royal Bora Bora Beach Resort
Located on one of the nicest beaches on Bora Bora, the Royal Bora Bora Beach Resort offers 80 garden rooms, all with air-conditioning, direct-dial phone, satellite television, internet connection and a tea/ coffee maker. Beachside you’ll find the restaurant, bar and freshwater swimming pool. Complimentary sports include kayaks, snorkeling equipment and outrigger canoe lessons.
Published Room Rates: $215 to $305 per night

Bora Bora Eden Beach Hotel
 Located on a private white sand motu in Bora Bora’s turquoise lagoon, this hotel opened in 2001 with just 15 bungalows–4 beach, 7 garden and 4 ocean view. Each bungalow has a ceiling fan for ventilation. The resort offers a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. This environmentally friendly hotel relies on solar energy and practices recycling and autonomous water management. An ideal place to get away from it all with no television in the bungalows to bring in the outside world. A cozy haven to share with nature’s beauty.

Hotel Matira

A small, friendly and intimate hotel with less than twenty beachfront and garden bungalows, the Hotel Matira enjoys an excellent location on a beautiful, sandy, sugar-white beach. Its natural wood bungalows are simple, yet elegant in their design. The hotel’s beachfront restaurant specializes in both Continental and Chinese cuisine. Bicycle and car rentals can be arranged at the hotel, as can a variety of lagoon and land excursions.


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