Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa

Bora Bora Pearl Beach Aerial

Part of the luxury chain or Pearl hotels in the South Pacific, the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa is another 5-star, first class resort with an excellent location that is perfect for a honeymoon or even a family vacation. The Pearl resorts are known for excellent staff that go out of their way to keep guests happy, which helps justify the fact that this isn’t among the cheaper overwater bungalow resorts in the region.

The Bora Bora Pearl has several bars and restaurants as well as a spa, a tennis court, and many other recreational facilities, but perhaps its best feature is its location. Most rooms have amazing views of Mount Otemanu on the main Bora Bora Island, plus it’s only a (free) 5-minute boat shuttle ride to the main island, which allows guests a much wider range of dining and shopping options while maintaining the privacy of an upscale overwater bungalow resort.


The Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa is located on Motu Tevairoa, which is a small island just northwest of the main Bora Bora Island in the South Pacific.


20 Overwater bungalows
30 Premium Overwater bungalows (same layout, but with the best views)

  • Overwater bungalows: 50
  • Beds: 1 kingsize or 2 twin beds plus one single bed
  • Area: 657 sq ft (61 sq meters)
  • Wi-Fi: Available in room for an extra fee
  • Entertainment system: 20” LCD satellite television with DVD player, CD player, movie channel
  • Room service: 24 hour

Special room features

  • Glass table in each bungalow to view the sea-life of the lagoon below
  • Large sundeck and sitting area with direct access to the water
  • Fully stocked mini-bar
  • Complimentary coffee/tea making facilities
  • In-room safe
  • Separate shower and bathtub


  • Low season online specials from US$532 per night
  • High season online specials from US$822 per night

Restaurants and bars

  • The Tevairoa Restaurant
  • The Miki Miki Restaurant and Bar
  • The Taurearea Bar
  • Fare Ambrosia
  • Polynesian buffet with Local dances show (Monday)

Resort features

  • Wedding chapel
  • Swimming pool (free)
  • Bacci ball court (free)
  • Mini golf (free)
  • Game room
  • In room massage
  • Tennis court (free)
  • Volleyball (free)
  • Ping Pong (free)
  • Snorkelling gear (free)
  • Kayaks and canoes (free)
  • Competition canoe
  • Windsurf (free)
  • On site dive center
  • Coral nursery
  • Free transfers between hotel and the main island
  • 24 hour front desk
  • 24 hour room service
  • Lockers
  • Newspapers
  • Smoking area
  • Luggage storage
  • Tours Facilities for disabled guests
  • Laundry
  • Currency exchange


The Manea Spa at the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa combines traditional Tahitian architecture and materials with the comfort of state of the art facilities and equipment.

This Manea Spa features:

  • 2 Single Massage Rooms
  • 2 Double Massage Rooms
  • 1 Double Vichy Shower (open air)
  • Royal Spa Suite
  • Tattoo Room
  • 2 Steam Baths
  • 2 Saunas
  • Fitness Center (fully equipped)

Nearby activities

  • Island Tour with history & legends about Bora
  • Catamaran cruise
  • Champagne sunset cruise on the catamaran
  • Aquasafari
  • Water skiing
  • Four wheel drive island safari tour
  • Helicopter ride
  • Jet ski guided island tour
  • Mount Pahia hike
  • Offshore or lagoon fishing
  • Shark & sting ray feeding with island tour
  • Shiatsu relaxation
  • Visit the lagoonarium
  • Water skiing
  • Parasailing
  • Glass bottom boat
  • Aquasafari
  • Guided island tour by bus

What the reviews say

The Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort seems to get nearly universal positive reviews from previous guests. A few people mention that the bed is slightly harder than they would prefer and that the rooms are a bit on the shabby side, but otherwise the reviews are all gushing about the resort, the staff, and its facilities.

The location in particular gets raves from guests, as it’s very private yet the free and fast shuttle to the main island town makes it very accessible to other dining and recreation options if you choose to venture out of the resort. The beach is also a draw with many feeling that it alone is worth the trip. Many words used to describe the resort are paradise, top-notch, spectacular and so on.

Getting there

To reach the resort you need to fly to Tahiti first and then change for a short flight to the small airport in Bora Bora. From there you’ll be met by hotel staff who will load you on a private boat for a 10-minute ride directly to the hotel.

Overwater bungalow tour: Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort

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