FIND BLISS IN

BORA BORA

 

There’s no place quite like Bora Bora – from Polynesian culture to marvelous mountains and crystalline waters, this is the vacation you’ve been dreaming of. And the world’s best overwater bungalows are waiting for you.

FIND BLISS IN BORA BORA

 

There’s no place quite like Bora Bora – from Polynesian culture to marvelous mountains and crystalline waters, this is the vacation you’ve been dreaming of. And the world’s best overwater bungalows are waiting for you.

BROWSE OUR ENTIRE SOUTH PACIFIC COLLECTION

LAGOONS & LUXURY

With stunning island surroundings and the largest overwater villas in the South Pacific, you’ll never want to leave the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. Peer through the glass floor to spot colorful fish swimming just below you, or go for a dip in the Lagoonarium to see the sea life up close. Considered by many as Bora Bora’s top dining experience, the Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges is a unique French-and-Asian melding of cuisines. Set overwater and lit up from underneath after dark with an outdoor terrace facing the sunset behind Mont Otemanu, Lagoon is a gourmet experience exalting both romance and atmosphere.

YOUR PRIVATE PARADISE

On the southwest end of Motu To’opua, you’ll find Conrad Bora Bora Nui on its own private atoll, with almost half a mile of pristine beach all to itself. The resort’s gorgeous overwater villas are perfect for those who want it all: snorkel among incredible coral reefs, relax in the sauna in the presidential villa, take a nap in a hammock on your private pool deck, then watch the sunset from your infinity pool. Best of all, you’ll have plenty of space to call your own: Conrad Bora Bora Nui offers the only two-story overwater villas in French Polynesia.

TRUE TRANQUILITY

Indulge in ultimate relaxation at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, from breakfast delivered to your bungalow by canoe every morning to thalasso therapy spa treatments in glass-bottomed rooms at the Deep Ocean Spa. Soak in the largest private plunge pools in French Polynesia, rinse off in outdoor freshwater showers, and lounge in a spacious living room while you watch tropical fish below you. Finally, fall asleep to spectacular views through the glass wall in the bedroom, and dream of your next idyllic day in The Islands of Tahiti.

LAGOONS & LUXURY

With stunning island surroundings and the largest overwater villas in the South Pacific, you’ll never want to leave the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. Peer through the glass floor to spot colorful fish swimming just below you, or go for a dip in the Lagoonarium to see the sea life up close. Considered by many as Bora Bora’s top dining experience, the Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges is a unique French-and-Asian melding of cuisines. Set overwater and lit up from underneath after dark with an outdoor terrace facing the sunset behind Mont Otemanu, Lagoon is a gourmet experience exalting both romance and atmosphere.

YOUR PRIVATE PARADISE

On the southwest end of Motu To’opua, you’ll find Conrad Bora Bora Nui on its own private atoll, with almost half a mile of pristine beach all to itself. The resort’s gorgeous overwater villas are perfect for those who want it all: snorkel among incredible coral reefs, relax in the sauna in the presidential villa, take a nap in a hammock on your private pool deck, then watch the sunset from your infinity pool. Best of all, you’ll have plenty of space to call your own: Conrad Bora Bora Nui offers the only two-story overwater villas in French Polynesia.

TRUE TRANQUILITY

Indulge in ultimate relaxation at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, from breakfast delivered to your bungalow by canoe every morning to thalasso therapy spa treatments in glass-bottomed rooms at the Deep Ocean Spa. Soak in the largest private plunge pools in French Polynesia, rinse off in outdoor freshwater showers, and lounge in a spacious living room while you watch tropical fish below you. Finally, fall asleep to spectacular views through the glass wall in the bedroom, and dream of your next idyllic day in The Islands of Tahiti.