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Destination Report: Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

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Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora · French Polynesia

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

Private Motu (Small Islets) facing the main island of Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Updated traditional luxury
Best For:
Couples and families
An assortment of overwater bungalows with varying views of the lagoon or overlooking the majestic Mount Otemanu. Beachfront Villa estates are perfect for families or groups
Food & Drink:
There are four dining options (plus in-room dining) available on property. Arii Moana, an upscale option serving a blend of French and Polynesian fare. Tere Nui, a more casual spot, pool, beachside dining. Fare Hoa Beach Bar, the pool bar. Finally, the Sunset Restaurant & Bar, a nice casual sushi spot
A holistic experience, the spa is an award-winning facility with signature therapies that utilize many of Bora Bora natural products. The spa services include massages, body treatments, facial treatments, hand and foot treatments, etc. The spa opened a new fitness facility with a large open deck for yoga classes overlooking one of the many lagoons on the property
Jet ski, tennis courts, kayak, paddle board, shark and ray snorkeling, windsurfing, beach volleyball, scuba diving, badminton
KKTWW Loves:
  • Overwater Bungalows – in particular, the overwater bungalow suites with plunge pools that boast idyllic island views
  • Dive into the crystal blue water right from your bungalow
  • Small island about 100 feet from the beach for a private, romantic candlelight dinner
  • Paddleboard yoga in the beautiful lagoon sanctuary
Compliments of KKTWW:
  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily Buffet breakfast for up to two in-room guests
  • $100 USD Equivalent Spa Services credit to be utilized during stay
  • Complimentary standard internet access
  • Take a full day shark and ray snorkel excursion. After an incredible encounter with stingrays and Black Tip and Lemon Sharks, the guides take guests to a small island for an authentic Polynesian lunch. The guides are extremely friendly and fun.
  • There is a kids club on the property, Kids for All Seasons, making this one of the more family-friendly options on Bora Bora.
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