Bora Bora 4-star water villas for US$644 per night
Palm trees, long white sand beaches, crystal clear water, healthy reefs, schools of tropical fish- these are all things that come to mind when dreaming up a tropical vacation. But why settle for just dreaming? Bora Bora, known as paradise on earth, is your perfect escape.
Home to resorts of all kinds, it can be hard to choose which is best for your island escape. Those looking for the true Bora Bora experience yet still mindful of their spending will find the Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island to be exactly what they’re looking for with overwater rooms starting at only $644 per night for two people.
A water villa at the Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island for US$644 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
Perfect for couples who are looking for both adventure and a touch of romance, this nightly rate will allow just that without emptying out your bank account. Keeping that in mind, this rate is only available during the months of June and July, with it increasing during other parts of the year. This means you’ll want to book your stay as soon as possible before rooms fill up, as they are in high demand due to both location and price.
A tropical dream
Sleeping in late, waking up to the ocean just steps from your bed and feeling the cool sea breeze on your face, these are just some of the pleasures you’ll find in an overwater room. Other indulgences include sun loungers on your very own privet terrace where you can soak up the rays, an outdoor shower, a separate bathtub and rain shower, Wi-fi and a mini bar. It’ll be hard to convince yourself that you truly are awake, and that tropical dreams really do come true.
Romance and adventure
Those looking for adventure at every turn and romance in every corner, look no further. From snorkeling the beautiful coral garden reefs to saying goodbye to the real world with a relaxing spa treatment, guests will find their days filled with endless choices. Adventurous activities include snorkeling, canoeing, parasailing, scuba diving, tours around the island and possibly the most popular activity in the South Pacific, shark and manta ray feedings.
Romance and relaxation also reign king with an onsite infinity pool, a wine cellar, wedding facilities and a spa offering messages, treatments and a jacuzzi. There’s also the choice of a nice romantic dinner at one of the island restaurants.