Bora Bora, perhaps the most famous island of French Polynesia, is known for its incredible beauty, the most outstanding of which is its crystal clear lagoon. The main island of Bora Bora is surrounded by small islands, known as motus docenas. Most of Bora Bora’s main resorts are located in private motus, while more budget-friendly options are found on the main island. Bora Bora stations classified that the most luxurious are located – surprise, surprise – in the private motu, making them even more isolated and exclusive.
Four Seasons Bora Bora
One of the best resorts on the island, the 115-room Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora attracts couples and families. On the water and in front of the beach – bungalows very well equipped with a luxury decoration of the Polynesia – equipped with flat screen TV, Nespresso machine, fully equipped (and free), minibar and fantastic bathrooms. Resort features are equally impressive; There are four hotel restaurants, an impressive pool, a beautiful beach and the protected lagoon, and a spa and top-notch training facility. In addition, it has two children and teenagers’ clubs with a lot of daily activities. Gifts like Wi-Fi, non-motorized water sports, and scuba gear are good benefits, but they are barely greater than the powerful costs of everything else.
St Regis Bora Bora
It’s hard to find fault with the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort, a luxurious 44-acre building with stunning views of Mount Otemanu. Its 89 over the water and beachfront bungalows are the largest in French Polynesia, and are richly decorated with island decor and modern amenities. Four on-site restaurants, including a Jean-Georges stand, two beautiful swimming pools, a large beach and a protected lagoonarium, and a Clarins spa are just a sample of the incredible services here. Also establishing the St. Regis apart are a romance concierge and bridal boutique, which creates personalized itineraries for couples on romantic vacations and plans exclusive weddings and parties.
Intercontinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa
This is almost as good as it is done in French Polynesia. 80 bungalows on the water The luxurious InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, with its beautiful infinity pool, and the stunning beach are real highlights, but its piece of resistance is the spa. World-renowned for its incorporation of ocean elements into all spa rituals, the 43,000-square-foot Thalasso Spa is simply magnificent. Other amenities include three restaurants, two bars, a sundry shop, and a small sheltered lagoon. In addition, guests have free access to the sister property, InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort and all its amenities.