Bora Bora resorts are some of the highest-rated luxury hotels in the world. They provide a gorgeous and romantic setting from which to admire the island's captivating beauty. Below you will find a complete hotel guide featuring descriptions of each luxury beach resort in Bora Bora.
Enclosed in Bora Bora's crystal lagoon, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora features stunning views of endless blue horizons and the soaring Mount Otemanu. Expansive overwater bungalows and beachfront villas offer ultramodern comfort while immersing you in the welcoming spirit of French Polynesia. This luxurious hideaway offers a wide variety of complimentary activities for couples and families alike. The resort's four unique restaurants celebrate the finest in Polynesian, French and Asian culinary arts, each featuring open-air dining so you can enjoy the beauty of the island's breathtaking surroundings.
Surrounded by majestic views and sparkling turquoise waters, the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort is a place where paradise meets world-acclaimed luxury. Boasting some of the largest overwater villas in the South Pacific, it represents the epitome of carefree elegance. Its rooms and suites are designed to showcase the warm glow of exotic woods, the rich quality of hand-woven fabrics and the unique essence of regional art. Guest amenities include three fine-dining restaurants, two swimming pools with a swim-up bar, a children's club and an activities center with water sports equipment available.
Newly renovated and nestled in a cove of turquoise waters, white sand and black lava rock, Conrad Bora Bora Nui offers an idyllic escape from the bustle of everyday life. Combining Polynesian tradition with state-of-the-art amenities, the resort allows guests to unwind and rejuvenate in style. All overwater villas have been reconfigured with floor to ceiling glass windows and the bed facing the sparkling waters of the lagoon. Six restaurants and bar outlets invite guests to experience a variety of cuisines and atmosphere - including the highly anticipated overwater glass-floored Sunset Lounge. And in addition to activities such as an excursion to the resort's own private islet, or a game of miniature golf on the resort's brand new course, there is now a dedicated Kids Club for guests age 4-14. Guests at this resort can expect a truly exceptional stay in French Polynesia.
Among the most elite properties in the world, the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is a place where modern architecture flourishes side by side with authentic Polynesian decor. Each spacious, overwater villa offers incredible views of Bora Bora's lagoon and the iconic Mount Otemanu. Designed with an environmental sensitivity, the resort uses revolutionary technology that draws seawater from the depths of the ocean to reuse it for electricity.
An unparalleled Polynesian paradise sure to awaken the senses, Le Meridien Bora Bora is the perfect blend of French chic and Tahitian style. Encircled by Bora Bora's sapphire lagoon and home to the famed Turtle Sanctuary, the resort serves as a refuge for both guests and sea creatures alike. This luxurious property offers a combination of fully redesigned overwater bungalows, stunning beach bungalows and intimate beach suites and villas with private infinity pools. The gourmet Le Tipanie restaurant features a different themed cuisine each night of the week, while the poolside Te Ava restaurant, designed like a Tahitian village, offers a relaxed, casual atmosphere. At the end of each splendid day, guests can savor a tropical cocktail at the unique Miki Miki bar, designed to look like the prow of a ship pointing toward Mount Otemanu.
The Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island epitomizes French elegance and island hospitality. Located just two minutes away by boat from the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort, this boutique resort is nestled on its own private island and surrounded by beautiful turquoise water, providing a complete 360° panoramic view of the lagoon, unspoiled coral gardens and vibrant Tahitian sunsets. Inspired by the beauty of its surroundings, the hotel ambiance combines luxurious French elements blended with local Polynesian décor. A secluded retreat built in harmony with nature, the Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island is an entirely unique experience.
Children 12 and older only are permitted at this location.
In the shade of a splendid coconut plantation, the InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort lies nestled between two pristine beaches. Exclusive and intimate, it's the perfect sanctuary for an enchanting stay in French Polynesia. This boutique resort offers deluxe beach suites and overwater bungalows with glass viewing tables where the lagoon can become your private aquarium. Other resort amenities include two restaurants serving French cuisine; live Tahitian entertainment twice a week; room service served via outrigger canoe; a swimming pool and a range of activities and excursions.
Surrounded by the island's gentle beauty and tranquil ambiance, Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa offers an authentic Polynesian experience coupled with luxury accommodations and service. It features a variety of rooms including garden suites with private pools, beach suites with private Jacuzzis and overwater bungalows with glass panels that look over the lagoon. Guest amenities include three restaurants, two hotels bars, a freshwater swimming pool, boutique, fitness room, tennis courts, miniature golf course, on-site dive center and a coral nursery.
Located in the heart of a lush tropical garden, the lovely Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora is within walking distance to the famous Matira Point. Built with a Polynesian-style architecture, it boasts a traditional design that blends naturally into its surroundings. Accommodations include overwater bungalows, beach bungalows, and mountainside rooms and suites. Guest amenities include two restaurants, two hotel bars, gift boutiques and an activities desk with water sports equipment available.
Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort is nestled on a private white sand beach on the main island of Bora Bora. Its variety of bungalows are scattered amidst verdant gardens, situated along the resort's white sand beach or perched over the lagoon. Originally built for the filming of the 1979 movie version of James Norman Hall's, "The Hurricane", the resort is proud of its movie history, showcasing vintage photographs of both the stars and filming throughout its public areas. The Sofitel Marara Beach provides a lovely tropical retreat, with accommodations that feature contemporary comforts in a Polynesian décor.