A choice location plus a beautiful resort equals a vacation destination like none other. The luxurious Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa is one of your best options in the South Pacific with gorgeous views, raving reviews and top-notch activities. However wonderful the resort has been in past years, it's now getting a makeover and name change promising to make it even better than before. In fact, this makeover is a rather large one with a few million dollars of refurbishments and design alongside a brand new name.From here on out, the resort is now known as the Conrad Bora Bora Nui.

The Conrad Bora Bora Nui is now open.

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New overwater rooms

All together, there will be 86 overwater rooms and 28 land rooms either situated in a tropical garden or on the beach. In addition, guests will find a few double-story Presidential Suites, which also happen to be the only ones in the area.


As this is a rather large renovation project, guests will find new room categories added into the mix, some featuring plunge pools on a private deck and others featuring catamaran docks. Other new features include floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, new decks, open floor plans, new decor and new furnishings.

Resort features

The rooms aren’t the only part of the resort in the middle of an upgrade, as the entire resort is receiving a face lift. Some new features include a full service spa with eight different treatment rooms to enjoy, a fitness center, a Kids Club for those traveling in a family group, a mini golf course fit for all ages and a few retail spaces that hope to invite merchants to the resort for some fun island shopping.

Resort dining options

Dining options are also set to impress with a few different ones available, each offering a unique setting and view. Your first option will be a modern French Brasserie where you’ll find both breakfast and dinner alongside views of the lagoon. You’ll also find a Chinese restaurant, a beach restaurant serving a mixture of Polynesian and Mediterranean dishes and two different bars, one of which is situated above the water.

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  1. Pls can u help me I’m interested in coming here pls I need feed bk about this place information can u send me pls want to come in June

    1. Akesha,

      If you need more information than this, you should go to the official website and contact the resort directly. Best of luck. -Roger