Bora Bora overwater bungalow for US$458 per night in January
January is considered the low season in Bora Bora, in spite of the fact that the weather on the island is almost certainly better than where you live. There are some quick rain storms, sometimes overnight and other times in the late afternoon, but it’s always warm with pleasant breezes. As a result, we get the cheapest rates of the year in January, and one of the rare times you’ll see a Bora Bora overwater bungalow at under US$500 per night.
The Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora is one of the nicer Bora Bora resorts among those not in the 5-star category, and its 19 overwater bungalows are spacious and luxurious. Right now you can get them for only US$458 per night, pending availability, in January and into February. The normal low rates for these rooms are just under US$600 per night, so this is a very good deal.
An overwater bungalow at the Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora for US$458 per night, for two people.
This rate is available through our booking partner, Hotels.com, and it includes free cancellation and their Price Match Guarantee. There is no minimum stay required to get this promotion, so you could stay in an overwater bungalow for only a few days, and stay at another resort or room for the remainder of your trip if you are on a budget.
Tropical boutique resort with luxury amenities
The Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora is one of the smaller overwater resorts on Bora Bora, so it has a boutique hotel feel compared to some of the big ones. Even though, it has two restaurants and a bar.
They have great snorkeling, with free use of equipment, and several other water activities, but one of the best features of this resort is that it’s located close to many other facilities on Bora Bora, unlike most of the remote hotels. You can go on a shark feeding tour, a Jeep safari, or a guided tour of the island on Wave Runners from nearby shops.
Large and private overwater bungalows
Each of the overwater bungalows at the Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora has a kingsize bed and a sofabed in a separate sitting area, so they are large enough for three people. They also come with a flatscreen TV with satellite channels, a minibar, a coffee/tea maker, and a desk.
But of course the best feature is the large private balcony with steps down into the lagoon. In this price range on Bora Bora you usually have to settle for a garden room with a pool view, but during the low season you can actually afford an overwater bungalow if you book soon.