Four Seasons Resort, Bora Bora is situated on a magical setting surrounded by sand-fringed islets, crystal-clear turquoise lagoon, and the pristine Pacific Ocean.
The resort has 107 overwater bungalows and beachfront villas. Guests can choose from overwater bungalows directly above the lagoon, or beachfront villas along white sand. Bungalows feature large decks with direct lagoon access, while villas feature private pools.
The Premier Moana Two-Bedroom Beachfront Villa with Pool sits on a gleaming, secluded white-sand beach. Each villa has its own enclosed tropical garden with coconut trees, bougainvilleas and tiare (Tahitian gardenia). The suite is ideal for families or group of friends.
The villa comes complete with a private swimming pool, a deck with whirlpool, hammock and views of the lagoon and Mount Otemanu.
Travelers can combine business and pleasure as the villa features separate seating area, multi-line phone with voicemail and wireless internet.
The villa is generous-sized to accommodate 5 adults or 2 adults and 3 children. It features a king bed, two queen beds and plasma screen television. There is also complimentary snorkeling gear for the guests in the villa.
It has two en suite full bathrooms plus a guest bathroom with shower. Each of the marble bathrooms has separate showers and deep soaking tubs.
From dining in open-air, thatched-roof restaurant to romantic Polynesian-style dining experience at private island beach, the resort has four restaurants offering a range of delicacies, while you marvel over the incredibly romantic sunset and idyllic views of the lagoon and Mount Otemanu.
The spa is a holistic wellness center nestled at the edge of the lagoon and surrounded by tropical groves. The full-service spa offers relaxing facials, massages, and body treatments, and the open-air fitness center features classes such as Polynesian dance and sunrise yoga. Treatments incorporate organic seaweed-based Osea products and French Polynesia botanicals. The spa also features an outdoor vitality pool, an aroma hammam, and separate relaxation areas for men and women.
The infinity edges of the wave-shaped pool blend seamlessly with the ocean beyond. Guests can also savor poolside food and beverage service at the shaded pool bar.
The resort is home to an inner lagoon teeming with over 100 exotic marine species. The Ruahatu (God of the Ocean) Lagoon Sanctuary is more than just a spectacular snorkeling location – it is also a research haven. It also offers coral grafting exhibits, fish- and octopus-feeding sessions, and open discussions on the Polynesian ecosystem.
Cost: 350,000 XPF ($3,7800 – 395,000 XPF (approx. $4,260)
Size: 300 m2 (3,228 sq.ft.)
Occupancy: 5 adults, or 2 adults and 3 children
Why should you splurge on it?
Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, the Four Seasons Resort, Bora Bora is your best bet. From dining, scuba diving, volleyball, tennis to feeding the sharks, you can do it all without ever leaving the grounds of the resort. It is an exclusive South Pacific hideway surrounded by lush gardens, a lagoon and the deep-blue Pacific Ocean. It has elements of Polynesian architecture- walls made of volcanic stone and thatched-roofed spaces decorated with teak and merbau-timber furnishings.
Guests can enjoy a complimentary stand-up paddleboat or kayaking. Bora Bora is rated one of the best scuba diving spots in the world for novices and experienced divers alike. Whether you dive in the lagoon on the outer reef’s coral walls or in the deep sea beyond, you’ll find extraordinary natural beauty and an abundance of sea life and tropical fish.
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
Motu Tehotu – BP 547
98730 Bora Bora