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Newest reviews for Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa

  • Andrea
    August 20, 2014

    great overwater bungalow, i loved the snorkeling and the privat piknik island, next time i want to stay longer than 2 nights.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    May 28, 2014

    The bedding and pillows smelled terrible. It seemed like it wasn't changed from the previous guest.


  • Ying
    September 15, 2013

    The reception is great.

    The front desk manager is BAD.


  • Malek
    September 2, 2013

    Staff was really friendly.. Food was not bad.. The buffets are really good.

    Rooms are not as clean as a five star Hotel must be


  • Christopher
      United States of America
    August 11, 2013

    Overwater bungalows were really nice and comfortable. Included a tv, nice tub and shower, awesome bed, and a couch with windows to the water. Some of the best snorkeling we've ever had was right off of our bungalow (and we've snorkeled in a lot of places). You could feed the fish from your room. The snack restaurant was good, though expensive (obviously). Hilton gave us a welcome gift of macaroons and champagne, which was super nice of them.

    Our bungalow was on the windy side of the motu, so it shook all night (and the wind was extremely loud all night against the wooden shutters). The wind never stopped for the 2 days we were there, while the bungalows on the other side were relatively calm. It was too windy to ever just sit on our balcony (I think we were on the southeast side of the row of deluxe bungalows, no. 311) The service at the French restaurant in the main building was extremely slow. And someone's baby was screaming for the entire time we sat there. We ended up walking out and going to the snack bar instead. The hotel transfer ferry from the airport is 9000 xpf per person r/T. If you take the free ferry from the airport to Vaitape and then take the Hilton shuttle from Vaitape to the hotel (or the same route in reverse) it costs you 700 xpf per person each way. That's a pretty blatant gouge in my opinion. The hotel is isolated from the main island (good and bad), so you don't have access to any grocery stores or shopping or any of the activities on Bora Bora unless you take the shuttle into town for 700 xpf each way. This hotel is not about value or bang-for-your buck. It's a luxury place and you pay a lot of money for the "experience". Internet, food, phone calls, everything, is super expensive. If you want better value without the isolation, I'd suggest a place on the main island. We stayed in Vaitape during the Heiva Bora Bora and it was way more convenient walking to the festivities than it would have been messing with the ferry.


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