Bora Bora 5-star water villas with a glass floor cutout and a children’s program for US$1,017 per night
One of the most famous islands in the world, Bora Bora attracts visitors from all four corners, beckoning them with white sand beaches, clear waters teeming with schools of tropical fish and views of both the mountains and the ocean that call for a million pictures. Bora Bora also attracts visitors for a different reason, its overwater villas. These overwater villas are part of a few select overwater resorts that are designed for those who can't bear to be away from the ocean for too long.
One of these resorts is the Le Meridien Bora Bora. Here you'll find 85 overwater rooms in two different room categories, both of which provide guests with amenities and features that make your stay one for the record book. These rooms start out at US$1,017 for two people, making them an affordable option in the overwater resort world.
A water villa at the Le Meridien Bora Bora resort for US$1,017 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
A luxury resort that offers an exciting stay from beginning to end, the Meridien Bora Bora is well regarded and doesn't disappoint. With that said, you'll find that rates tend to vary from the US$600 mark up to the US$1,200 mark. These variations are due to the different hotel seasons throughout the year. This particular rate rests just under the high mark, but is very much worth it as you receive a lot of great amenities in your room and throughout the rest of the resort. Also worth taking note of is that this rate is during the month of October.
Rooms with ocean views, room service and terrific amenities
When booking an overwater villa at a luxury resort, it makes complete sense to expect the very best. With a stay at one of the Meridien Bora Bora rooms, you'll find that not only do you get the best, but you'll find it hard to say goodbye. That's because rooms here cater with 24 hour room service, Wi-Fi, an entertainment system with video on demand, a kingsize bed and a whole host of luxury amenities ranging from a large furnished deck to a mini bar. You'll also find an impressive glass floor section that allows you to easily view the underwater world without ever having to step foot in the ocean itself.
Lots of great activities to partake in
Alongside some impressive rooms, you'll also find a whole host of activities to take part in and enjoy. Land based activities include beach volleyball, ping pong, billiards and those included in the children's program. Once you hit the water you'll find snorkeling, kayaking and outrigger canoes. If you love the idea of learning a bit about the native wildlife while you're here, you'll find that possible as you learn about the island's sea turtle sanctuary.
If you'd like to explore the island even further, you'll find scuba diving options, water skiing, shark and ray feeding and deep sea fishing trips. After your day of fun, you'll have the option to relax a bit with the resort's on-site wellness center. Here you'll find various treatments and massages to choose from.