Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
Luxury on the Lagoon
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What it is
A ring of thatched-roof villas lofted over an immaculate lagoon, each with its own plunge pool.
What it isn't
Hands off. This is the type of place where staffers bring you chilled towels and fresh-cut local fruit poolside, and believe us: you’ll love it.
What we think
When you picture paradise, you may be envisioning this exact place: where overwater bungalows peer out on a beach so white it mirrors the cumulus clouds above. Amenities on offer include everything you’ve come to expect at Four Seasons, including plush down duvets, Nespresso stations, on-demand video and WiFi, twice-daily housekeeping and 24-hour room service. Bonus: their myriad curated experiences include island hopping via either a 45-foot yacht or Instagrammable seaplane. Sigh.
You're here because
The resort’s four restaurants are top-notch, but their specialty dining program is what drops your jaw. Breakfast delivered to your bungalow on a petal-laden Polynesian canoe—that you’ll then ride around the lagoon at your leisure? Heaven, incarnate.
When in paradise, book a Polynesian massage...right? This 80 minute rub-down is all-the-more delightful thanks to the window cut out of the floor below you, so you can watch sea turtles frolic as your therapist revives your entire body and soul at once.
Restaraunts & Bars
- Arii Moana - romantic elegant dining room overlooking the lagoon and Mount Otemanu. Fusion of Polynesian and French
- Sunset Restaurant & Bar - casual restaurant wit Asian-inspired menu
- Tere Nui - breakfast served in an open-air restaurant
- Fare Hoa Beach Bar & Grill - beach club feel by day and outdoor lounge by night, with large variety of seating options ranging from lounge dining in the sand, to communal beach seating, to loveseat swings and chaise lounges. Dishes reflect the locale, focusing on seafood.
The resort is set on a private islet just 15 minutes by boat from Bora Bora Airport, which may be the fastest route to nirvana on the planet.