5-Star Bora Bora overwater bungalow for US$700 per night in April
Most of the finest overwater bungalows on the island of Bora Bora start at around US$1,000 per night, so it’s worth our attention when one of them has a 25%-off sale to bring the price down significantly. The Le Méridien Bora Bora offers such great discounts on their overwater bungalows, which should nicely bring a dream honeymoon or romantic trip into the range of possibilities for some people.
You probably know that all of the over the water bungalow hotels on Bora Bora are extremely popular and exclusive, so even the cheaper resorts can keep their rates high during the summer high season. The Le Méridien Bora Bora is part of the French-owned worldwide hotel chain known for its high standards and excellent service, so any deal on rates is welcome.
An overwater bungalow at the Le Méridien Bora Bora for US$700 per night when booked for a week.
The normal rack rate for these rooms is just under US$1,000 per night, and this sale was discovered through our booking partner for the hotel, which is hotels.com. Similar discounts are available for other dates when there is enough availability.
5-star quality at a 4-star price
The Le Méridien Bora Bora is rated as a 5-star hotel so the quality and reliability of an international chain hotel are built-in, while the room rate is actually quite reasonable compared to the few other 5-star Bora Bora resorts with overwater bungalows.
The rooms are loaded with deluxe amenities, including a refrigerator, bathrobes & slippers, blackout curtains, satellite TV with DVD player, and much more. There’s also a separate bathrub and shower stall, and of course the famous glass window in the floor from which to observe the sea life in the crystal-clear lagoon below.
Romance plus a long list of activities
Many couples book these rooms for a honeymoon, and the spa at the resort is among the best in Bora Bora for pampering, so relaxation is guaranteed. But if you want to fill your days with water sports and other activities you’ll have plenty from which to choose.
There’s snorkeling and diving, of course, but there’s also Jet-skis, water skiing, catamaran cruises, parasailing, and much more. There’s also a turtle santuary and beach volleyball for those tired of the gorgeous lagoon itself.
The resort has an open-air restaurant as well as a premium beach restaurant, and 24-hour room service is available for anyone who’d rather just relax in the room itself.