Bora Bora 5-star overwater villas with breakfast for US$1432 per night
Beautiful mountains, clear tropical waters, luxurious beach weddings, adventure and shark feeding are just a few of the more commonly associated praises when thinking of a Bora Bora vacation. Noted as one of the most popular tropical island destinations in the world, Bora Bora has been offering top-notch luxury vacations for decades. Here, you’ll also find a wide assortment of accommodation options, from beach bungalows to overwater bungalows with direct access into the ocean or lagoon below.
Those who are looking for a resort that caters with large overwater rooms featuring amenities galore, a spa, kid friendly activities, water sports and a nice selection of dining options will find exactly what they’re looking for at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. Here, guests will find spacious rooms with a view alongside free breakfast for two starting at US$1,432 per night.
A water villa at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora for US$1,432 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people including breakfast.
Averaging right in the middle of the both the low season and high season nightly rates, this rate is perfect for those who don’t mind saving a bit of money compared to the normal high rate but yet also don’t mind spending more than US$1,000 a night for a taste of luxury. In fact, guests will not only find grandly decorated and appointed rooms, but a plethora of resort amenities and activities to enjoy. In addition, guests will also find that a breakfast for two is included in the nightly rate as well. Although rates are a little higher than some of the other nearby overwater resorts in the area, this resort carries a household name, meaning that rooms still fill up quite quickly, meaning that you’ll want to book your own stay as soon as plans allow.
Large rooms with breakfast and much more
With 121 villas on-site, 100 of which are placed over the water, guests will find a wide variety of rooms to choose from with differences in amenities, size, location and view. In fact, there are 4 different view options available- mountain view, lagoon view, beach view and resort view. Depending on what type of view you’d like to see the most during your vacation, you’ll be able to further cater your room to fit. In addition to fantastic views, guests will find a large array of in-room amenities to enjoy including free Wi-Fi, a stocked mini-bar, 24 hour room service, an entertainment system complete with a TV, DVD player and a CD player, a coffee and tea making area and a rather large private terrace complete with chaise lounges, an outdoor shower and direct lagoon access via stairs.
Guests will also find pleasure in the small things such as an in-room safe, thick terry bathrobes, L-Occitane bath amenities, a radio with a MP3 adapter, twice daily bottled water and equipment for infants such as high chairs, playpens and terrace childproofing.
Water sport amenities, a spa and several dining options
Though each and every room within the resort is built to cater, that’s not where it ends. Throughout the entire resort, guests will find amenity after amenity, some built for relaxation while others built for fun, with each designed to delight. Some of the more active minded amenities include kayaking, paddleboarding, wave runners, tennis courts, fitness classes, weight training, snorkeling and a shark and bat ray feeding session. Those traveling with children will find both a Kid’s Club and Chill Island, designed with young adults in mind.
Guests will also find that they can relax at the overwater sunrise yoga platform, in the infinity pool, on a catamaran or at the spa where guests will find massages, aroma therapies, a sensory experience shower and an outdoor vitality pool. Though breakfast is included, guests will find their other meals at one of the 2 on-site restaurants as well as a few drinks at one of the 2 bars.