Bora Bora 5-star water villas with a glass floor for US$658 per night

336870_14090403550021837262With a popularity that keeps rising, Bora Bora is the ideal island vacation for most, whether they plan to visit or not. Here visitors will find postcard perfect vistas, great snorkeling and scuba diving, gentle hikes and a bounty of reasons to kick off their shoes, lay back and enjoy the sun.

Travelers will also find a nice selection of overwater resorts, each offering luxurious views, rooms and dining. Some of the resorts cater to those looking to make the most of a smaller budget while others welcome those with money to burn. If you're looking for a great room with lagoon access and both land and sea views at a friendly price, you'll find exactly that at the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa where rooms start off at only US$658 per night.

The Deal

A water villa at the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa for US$658 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.

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The Details

With lots to do and a convenient location, The Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa is a great choice for those seeking fun under the sun alongside friendly nightly rates. Here guests will find 5-star rooms with all the amenities as well as fun and relaxing resort activities without having to spend all of their money on a week long vacation. With that said, this rate is only available during the month of October, with rate increases common throughout the rest of the year. This means you'll want to book your stay as soon as your have your travel dates set. Serving as a hotspot destination and resort, rooms book quickly with cancellations a rarity.

Plush rooms with ocean and mountain views

336870_14112511380023599719If you're looking for a bit of ocean luxury without having to step foot on a yacht, you'll find it in one of the resort's plush rooms. Placed on stilts over the water, each of the 50 bungalows offer a king size bed or two twins, Wi-Fi for an added fee, an entertainment system with a TV, DVD player, CD player and movie channel, 24 hour room service, a mini bar (fully stocked), coffee/tea maker and a separate shower and bathtub.

Guests will also find a glass table/floor that allows you to see straight down and view the sealife in the lagoon below. Once outside you'll also find a large sundeck complete with a sitting area and stairs that lead directly into the lagoon, allowing for a quick swim or snorkel without having to venture far from your room.

Free activities in and around the resort

336870_14112511380023599710With lots of fun activities and mini adventures around the resort, guests will find it easy to plan adventure filled days in between their chosen method of relaxation. While some activities you do have to pay for, there is also a nice selection of free activities that are included with each stay. Some of those activities are volleyball, tennis, ping pong, snorkeling (rental gear), windsurfing, bacci ball and free use of the resort's swimming pool.

For an added fee, guests can also enjoy a game room, competition canoe race, the diver center, a trip to the coral nursery and use of the wedding chapel on-site. The resort also offers a full range spa outfitted with massages rooms, steam baths, saunas and more.

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  • Dawn says:

    Are any big enough for 7 people?

    • Roger Wade says:


      The 2-bedroom suites at the Bora Bora Hilton and the St. Regis Bora Bora might hold 7 people, but they start at over US$4,000 per night. You can get multiple overwater bungalows at other resorts for less than that. Best of luck. -Roger

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