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ROYAL BORA BORA features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and garden in Bora Bora. Each accommodations at the 3-star hotel has a garden view, and guests can enjoy access to a terrace. We really enjoyed stay in Royal Bora for one week and we were very happy to stay there 😊hotel offered for us many activities like parasailing with boat, diving, lagoon trip Perfect place to stay with children, great swimming pool, restaurant and rooms are very comfy especially on ground level. Nice place to practice yoga around swimming pool and on wooden bridge 😊great view and place for open water swimming
Set alongside Matira Beach, Village Temanuata offers traditional Polynesian-style bungalows offering direct beach access. Guests can relax on the sun loungers or indulge in a massage. Christophe, Martine and Christine were excellent hosts. They offered many insider suggestions that made us feel welcomed and part of the local culture. The location is unbeatable as are the prices. You can walk to Matira beach which is the most beautiful beach on Bora Bora or you can just enjoy the beach on the property.
Located in Bora Bora, BORA BORA HOLIDAY'S LODGE features water sports facilities, terrace and free WiFi. The property offers bike rental and features a garden and outdoor pool. The site is located high in the mountain and very comfortable. Ceiling fan, air conditioner, kitchenette with lots of space for two people. Maheita and Maire are very helpful and supportive when it’s time for planning our activities. Great Ladies always available to help. We did a tour with Narii which was suppose to be a tour with multiple people. Due to the current restriction we end-up as a private tour with Narii a great gentleman that tell you about history of Bora Bora.
Located in Bora Bora in the Bora Bora region, Vaiotaha Lodge provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The owner Claudine is very kind, she arranged us an amazing day tour of snorkeling in the Lagoon. The apartment is clean and nice.
Featuring a private white sand beach which is exclusive to guests, this luxury resort offers beachfront accommodations on Matira Point. Guests can stay in unique bungalows positioned over the water. Loved the over-the-water bungalow. Private dock to go down into the ocean, little window inside to feed the fish from. We stayed in several hotels during our stay and this was my favorite. Naturally, it's a little expensive, but an overall awesome experience!
Guests at this luxury resort can choose between garden suites with private pool, beachfront suites with a private hot tub, or overwater bungalows with direct access to the turquoise waters below. Overwater bungalow with view of coral fish through the floor. Staff were exceptional. Snorkeling, swim up bar.
In the Matira Beach district of Bora Bora, close to Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora Beach, Matira Beach Bungalow Waterfront has a garden and a washing machine. The bungalow is located in a quiet and private area, at the very tip of Matira beach. The sandy part of the beach is only couple minutes away in a walking distance, same as restaurants and a small market. The bungalow is new, modern and very clean, the kitchen well equipped. Having a washing machine was a great plus. Frank and his wife were very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay there again.
Located in Bora Bora, Vini Villa Bora offers garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a concierge service. Guests can go for a swim in the private pool. Anthony was really helpful in every aspect. soo welcoming and nice. the property had everything we needed. very good place to relax with family or friends.
On average, 3-star hotels in Bora Bora cost $203 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bora Bora are $739 per night. If you're looking for something really special, 5-star hotels in Bora Bora cost around $1,892 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
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Bora Bora is a fantastic destination for honeymooners, romantic couples, or anniversary celebrations. It might be challenging for families with young kids because once it gets dark out, there's not too much at the resorts to entertain them. But there's definitely enough beauty and relaxation for those seeking paradise.
Stunning part of the world - snorkelling is amazing - book a tour with Reef Discovery. Ate at Villa Mahana, St James and Bora Bora Yacht Club - if we went again would definitely go back to the latter two but not Villa Mahana - it was our least favourite meal of the trip and cost three times the amount of the other two. Matira Beach Restaurant is also brilliant. All these places pick you up and return you for free. Excellent massage at Thallasso Resort
If you are looking for a place to go and relax, Bora Bora is the place. I'm a person where it's hard to turn off thinking about work and it was like my mind had been wiped clean. When you are looking out at the clear blue water and the breeze is blowing on your face, it's hard to think about anything. We spent 4 days on the main Island at Rohotu Fare and 4 days in an overwater bungalow at Pearl Beach. It was the perfect way to do it as we got to explore the main island first and then when we got to the overwater bungalows we didn't feel bad about just vegging out. We were on a budget so staying in a hillside bungalow in town was cheaper and the place we stayed had a kitchen so we were able to cook our own meals. This proved to be a good thing not only for our budget but also because we are vegetarians and Bora Bora didn't have the best food options for us. Bora Bora Pearl Beach was also a lot less expensive than a lot of the other resorts with overwater bungalows. We were told it's one of the only Polynesian owned resorts. While the food is on the expensive side. Dinners are around $35-40. The breakfast buffet was included in our room, otherwise it would have been $40 per person. The drinks were surprisingly cheap. We were expecting them to be much more expensive from what we had read. Beers were $5 and specialty cocktails were $14 and $11 on happy hour. An amazing trip. It's a destination that is on everyone's bucket list for a reason.
Bora Bora deserves its reputation as a beautiful island with crystal clear blue and turquoise water. The grilled mahi-mahi at Bloody Mary was delicious even in a lunch sandwich rather than the dinner plate. The half tour included swimming with black fin sharks and sting rays, snorkeling in a coral garden and a trip to an island to enjoy fresh fruit and a glorious panorama view (required walking up many steps). We discovered $5 NZ shuttle vans that take you to Bloody Mary restaurant and back to the center of town which was about a 20 minute walk to our place.
Honestly if you're looking for a peaceful and beautiful getaway that's not crowded like Hawaii, Bora Bora is your answer. There isn't much at all when it comes to shopping, bars etc...but the ocean, reef, activities, lodging, food and overall experience will leave you wondering why you missed those other things. Highly recommended trip to anyone looking for an exotic island getaway looking for adventure, romance, and super hospitable hosts. The Four Seasons is the BEST.
We loved staying at the Four Seasons. It seemed like our own little private island of paradise. The locals spoke English well and were extremely friendly. The lagoon of course was stunning and warm! Weather was perfect, not too humid. We traveled the entire island of Bora Bora in one hour by Buggy. Best food to eat on island is Snack Matira (Tuna Burger and Egg Burger). Grab baguettes from the market across from the Mobil Gas Station for 43 XPF!! Sharks and Sting Ray Tour was AMAAAAAAZZZING. Favorite spot was waking up to the mountain view from our bungalow.
I was in Bora Bora in 2000 on a cruise ship. The economy seemed to be much better then than now. The island was not as nice as I recall it. Shopping was very limited. If you din't need pearls or a pareo there wasn't much to buy. The market by the marina was only about 1/4 occupied and all of the vendors were selling the same things. The lagoon is definitely what they have to offer.
The island is picture perfect. The mountains, the turquoise water, the resorts, the locals...it’s all wonderful! Bora Bora is for those looking to escape to a dream. If you want to relax, hike, be in nature and sit on a beach all day; this is the place. It is laid back and each resort is set up to have all you need there. It is a luxury destination, and honestly the most beautiful place in the world.
Beautiful island, would have loved to explore the outlying islands. The snorkel tours were great and we had lots of fun seeing and swimming with manta rays, lemon sharks and colorful reef fish. Getting around Bora Bora is easy, the hotels arrange the transportation and there is only one road and no traffic. Would comeback in a heartbeat.
Simply gorgeous. When you arrive in Bora Bora you are met by your resort with a fresh flower lei and than taken by boat to your resort. The bungalows over the water are stunning and the staff is super friendly. We went swimming with Sharks and made sure to stop at Bloody Mary’s for a couple Tropical drinks 🍹 and a little shopping for Tahitian pearls. True paradise 🏝
Best hotel ever been! Bungalows are wonderful and the staff was amazing!!!! AUGUSTIN and LOUISE gave us all their dedication and advices!!!! They took us in their personal car to the supermarket and even wanted to show us the island of bora bora in their car in their free time! We really enjoyed the beauty of the hotel with the magnificent views of the Otemanu surrounded with the hospitality and warm Louise and Augustin. Congrats for all the well done job and the treatment to your guests!!!!
It’s beautifully done and in an excellent shape. Staff is very friendly and very helpful amazing bungalow in the tree (we generally don’t like to have over water room) with large deck. We come to Bora Bora almost every year end stayed in many different hotel and this one is probably the best we have seen so far We enjoyed the opu opu bar fir a nice cocktail and a light diner at night instead if more formal other restaurants
The location is the best. Definitely go for the ocean view room. The staff is very friendly and made sure our stay was comfortable. I am a vegan, so the options were very limited for me on this island. However, the hotel staff was more than accommodating and was very happy to make delicious special meals for me. Thank you so much Maitai Bora Bora for our wonderful stay.
We really enjoyed a nice stay in Royal Bora Bora. Lovely beach and swimming pool, beautiful garden. The staff is so friendly and so helpful. They arranged for us the snorkeling trip, it’s a must to see the black sharks. We rent the bicycles and went around the island. Food in the hotel restaurant is awesome ! This is the best value for Bora Bora.
The Yrondi Hotel is definitely a one of a kind. It’s an artist’s Villa turned hotel perched at the top of a hill overlooking the famous Bora Bora cliffs and ocean. Beds are comfortable, has AC and the manager is exceptional.
W@onderful!! Annette picked us at the wharf and then really looked after us. Our "dining room" was over the water, loved the room with wonderful sea views and really enjoyed Naike the dog and Bogart the cats company. She helped us organise a car for viewing with my 91 year old Mum and made lots of other suggestions. I will definitely return. Thanks so much for your hospitality.
I didn't catch the driver's name, but she was extremely helpful and helped plan my last day on Bora Bora up until my flight.
We loved everything! Absolutely everything was perfect. The garden is heaven on earth, the bungalows are of such high quality - everything is thought through in detail. Nir is a wonderful host and we cannot wait to come back next year!
Amazing property just two minutes’ drive from the ferry dock, beautiful location. Garden bungalows were lovely and well maintained - we stayed in one of those. Tom at Reception is a real gem! He definitely helped us make the most of our stay. Thank you Tom!
This was my favorite location by far. You have to know going in that this is not a hotel or resort but a unique experience you will not have anywhere else. Tea is the owner and very easy to communicate with. She answered all of our questions before we submitted payment via wire from our bank. We used email and WhatsApp to communicate throughout the process and while on the island. Here is a bit of an overview of our stay. You will take the ferry from the airport to the town of Vaitape where you will meet Joel who will walk you over to the local market (Chin Lee) to buy groceries for your stay. Joel will take you in his boat to the island which is about a 15-minute ride. Joel and his wife, Tatiana, live on the island as well and there are about five additional homes on the island, but since you have the whole south end we never felt as there were people around at all. Joel and Tatiana are very friendly and only speak French so I used WhatsApp with Google Translator to communicate with them which worked great. There are three main buildings - two bedrooms which each have a full bathroom (warm enough to shower but not hot water) nice size bed with mosquito netting, a deck, and can be locked if needed, and one open-air kitchen/living room which is amazing. The kitchen is actually well-stocked. There is a four-burner small gas stove which worked for all our needs (there is also an oven but we did not use it), a full-size refrigerator but no freezer. There is power and plugs throughout all three buildings and so you can charge your equipment, there are lights at night. Overall, I would say this was the most relaxing, unique, beautiful, and special place we stayed in our two-week, six island vacation in French Polynesia. As long as you can cook, clean, and take care of yourself, and can live with bugs, be frugal on your power usage and live without A/C I cannot recommend this place higher. See my full review on Trip Advisor.