Le Méridien Bora Bora
One thing beneficial about a global luxury resort brand like Le Méridien is that you know everything will be of top standard, and the Le Méridien Bora Bora does not disappoint in that regard. With excellent views from the long islet just off the main Bora Bora Island, this resort has that “paradise” feel from the moment you first see it from the air.
Nearly every room is an overwater bungalow, so the service is geared to make it an unforgettable experience for every guest. This is an ideal resort for a honeymoon or other romantic retreat, and it’s also one of the easiest resorts to reach the Bora Bora mainland area, giving guests a far greater range of restaurants and entertainment if that is of interest.
The resort is located on the southern point of Motu Piti Aau, which is a 10-kilometer-long islet on a coral reef just east of the main Bora Bora Island.
- Overwater Bungalows – Luxurious rooms with great views
- Premium Overwater Bungalows – Identical bungalows at the end, with best views and privacy
- Overwater bungalows: 85
- Beds: 1 kingsize
- Area: 650 sq. ft (60 m²)
- Wi-Fi: Available
- Entertainment system: Satellite-television, CD, DVD and MP3 reader
- Room service: 24 hours
Special room features
- Glass sections of floor to observe sea life through
- Large furnished deck for lounging and swimming
- Separate bathtub and shower stall
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Mini bar
- Coffee and tea maker
Starting at US$625 per night, online specials are often available.
Restaurants and bars
- Le Tipanie restaurant
- Open-air restaurant
- Outdoor Pool
- Beach Volleyball
- Kayak/outrigger canoes
- Pedal boats
- Ping pong
- Turtle Sanctuary
- 24-Hour Concierge service
- Children’s program
- Tour desk
The Wellness Center is located on-site and offers a wide range of world-class treatments and massages.
- Catamaran cruise
- Shark and ray feeding
- Deep sea fishing
- Aqua safari
What the reviews say
Reviews of the Le Méridien Bora Bora are mostly glowing, but some guests have minor complaints that it doesn’t quite live up to the standards of a few other local resorts which tend to cost much more. Overall the experiences get very high marks from nearly every reviewer, but some point out that service isn’t as fast as they are used to at 5-star resorts, though others rave about the service.
To reach the Le Méridien Bora Bora Resort you have to fly to Tahiti and then change planes for a short flight to Bora Bora. Once landed there you’ll be met at the airport by hotel staff and then taken on a private speedboat directly to the resort.
Overwater bungalow tour: Le Méridien Bora Bora Resort
Note: The fellow who made this video should have tidied up first