The island of  Bora Bora is home to a few great resorts that offer an overwater stay dripping in luxury. One of these such resorts is the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa. This resort features a collection of first class overwater rooms that provide views of a lifetime from private decks. Recently it has be revealed that the resort is in the process of building 4 two bedroom suites, titled the Brando Overwater Suites. These 4 suites will be available starting in December. It has now just come to our attention that the resort has also recently added 10 new overwater suites to their collection.

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New overwater villas

In addition to the overwater rooms already in place, the resort now plays host to 10 new overwater rooms, each with their own private pool. These 10 villas come in 2 different categories, the Pool Overwater Villa and the Pool Premium Overwater Villa.


The Pool Overwater Villas are large in size and can house 3 adults or 2 adults with 2 children. They also offer great views of the beach and feature a lovely outdoor private pool and deck area. This deck is outfitted with sun loungers and offers direct access into the lagoon below. An added bonus is the freshwater shower located directly on the deck itself. Inside each room you’ll find a plush king-size bed, a large picture window, a living room, a glass coffee table that offers views of the sea life below your villa, a bathroom with a separate shower and bathtub, a double sink and a bathtub that faces a window allowing for a view of the island beyond.


The Pool Premium Overwater Villas also feature an outdoor private pool and deck with direct access into the lagoon. The inside features are also the same, meaning that the only difference is the view. Instead of viewing the island and beach beyond, guests staying in these rooms will have spacious views of the ocean instead.

>Check rates at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa

Resort features and amenities

Alongside a great selection of luxurious rooms, the resort is also home to some great amenities and features. If you’re a foodie you’ll love the selection of restaurants and bars right on-site. Each of the 3 restaurants and 3 bars offers something different, giving you a very large variety of plate selections.


There are also some great activities to partake in ranging from swimming in the resort’s public outdoor pool, lifting weights at the gym, playing tennis, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling and scuba diving. Those who are looking for more of a romantic holiday will find pleasure in the resort’s on-site spa. The Deep Ocean Spa by Algotherm is located at the very center of the resort and spans over 13,200 square feet.

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  1. I will only be on Bora Bora for a short time. How reliable are the boats from the resorts back to the cruise port?

    1. Laura,

      Generally the boats in Bora Bora are reliable and it’s extremely rare to have weather issues, but I haven’t taken one to the cruise port so I may not be the best person to answer this. Best of luck. -Roger

  2. I am looking into a trip to Tahiti.
    Our good friend is getting married on July 17 on Mo’orea.
    We would like to go from July 10 or 11 – July 25.

    Preferably, we would like an over the water bungalow, but potentially would like to island hop.
    Are there any packages have some sort of deal?