The Four Seasons Bora Bora will transport you to another place: paradise. From the moment of arrival, warm smiles welcome you to a world of understated elegance.
Inspired by Polynesian architecture, the village-like resort blends into a lush world of unsurpassed tropical beauty while taking full advantage of beachfront views of the soaring peaks of Mount Otemanu. Guests can take in, the soft light of dawn and the brilliant sunsets and star filled nights of Bora Bora.
Nestling within this retreat are 100 thatched over-water bungalows and 7 beachfront villas, 4 restaurants and bars, an outdoor infinity pool, a lavish spa, fitness centre, a dedicated island for teens, a Kids “For All Seasons” with its own pool, and a wide array of recreational activities.
The over-water bungalows offer the complete Polynesian lagoon experience with views of the beach, mountain, and lagoon. Ideal for families, the spacious living room has seating for four, including a pullout sleeper sofa. Interiors are decorated in a tranquil palette of soft calm colours. Furnishings include a king bed, plasma TV, and an oversized bathtub specially designed for relaxing while enjoying marvelous lagoon views.
Eight overwater bungalows deliver expansive views from a private plunge pool sunken into their overwater decks. The ultimate choice are the four Otemanu Bungalows, named after their stunning views of Mount Otemanu. Each features a spacious living room and dining room and can accommodate two adults and two children.
The largest villas in the resort are the two and three bedroom beach villas. Ideal for families or groups of friends, these villas feature their own enclosed garden brimming with coconut trees, bougainvillea, Tiaré, and a private pool.
On the property, the secluded spa offers seven luxurious treatment rooms – three exclusively for couples. Guests can also enjoy two tranquil thatched outdoor pavilions. Steam rooms, an ice room, and a mineral whirlpool are included in this enticing space.
Wining and dining options revolve around open-air, thatched-roof restaurants and bars within tropical surroundings. Sea breezes and plantation-style ceiling fans add to the airy ambience. The cuisine is modern Polynesian with French culinary influences.
Local inspirations can be found everywhere in our bungalows, from the teak-wood furnishings, to textile patterns derived from traditional body tattoos, to the Mother of Pearl accents in the lighting fixtures.
Restautants include: Arii Moana, Faré Hoa Beach Bar & Grill, Tere Nui, Sunset Restaurant, *Also “Culinary Experiences” and In-Bungalow Dining.