4-Star Bora Bora overwater bungalow for US$575 per night in April
Here’s a little secret about Bora Bora and the South Pacific: The best months to visit are April and May. The weather is perfect, the scuba diving season has started, and room rates are near their annual lows because most people wait until June before they take a vacation. You can read more about it on our when to visit Bora Bora page if you like.
The overwater bungalow resorts will start at around US$750 per night (per couple) from June through September, and even those deals can be hard to find because there are so many honeymoon couples coming in. However, in April and May, you can book an overwater bungalow at the wonderful 4-star InterContinental Le Moana Resort in Bora Bora for only US$575 per night.
An overwater bungalow at the InterContinental Le Moana Resort & Spa in Bora Bora for US$575 per night (per room, not per person).
The booking is based on a 7-night stay at the Advanced Purchase rate through our booking partner, Agoda.com, which is known for having the cheapest rates for luxury hotels around the world. The rate may be available for stays shorter than 7 nights, but it all depends on your dates. Check the Agoda page for the InterContintental Le Moana Resort for availability.
InterContinental luxury at an affordable price
Featuring among the best locations in Bora Bora (at the very southern tip, with the best views of the mountain), the InterContinental Le Moana Resort consists of 50 overwater bungalows and only 12 beach rooms. The intimate setting is extremely popular with the honeymoon crowd, who also appreciate one of the clearest lagoon settings of any overwater bungalow resort in the world.
The bungalows at this resort come decked out with a king-sized bed and all the luxury amenities you’d expect from a member of the prestigious InterContinental hotel chain, but also with a more moderate price than most of the other super-luxury resorts on the island.
There’s a separate living room, including a glass-bottom coffee table allowing guests to look directly down into the lagoon, as well as a private split-level deck enabling you to swim or sunbath just a few steps from your bed.
Great restaurants and water sports
Even honeymoon couples will appreciate having two different restaurants from which to choose in addition to the room service. There is also a long list of water sports and daytime activities including scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and even shark & ray feeding excursions.
There is no spa at this resort, but a free shuttle takes guests to the spa at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa, which is their 5-star property nearby. Having access to an even more luxurious resort and its spa facilities is yet another benefit of booking a moderately priced hotel with a sister property.