Bora Bora is a magical island that leaves visitors wanting nothing more than to return as soon as possible. There can’t be anything more heavenly than waking up, floating above the gentle blue water, with nothing but natural beauty as far as the eye can see.
- Mount Otemanu
- Bora Bora Airport
- Private beaches outside of villas
- Multiple restaurants offering a range of cuisines
- Luxurious villas
The beachfront resort of St. Regis offers guests 2 swimming pools, 4 restaurants, 2 bars and an ultra-luxurious day spa. Every villa offers guests either a tranquil and relaxing view of the lagoon or of the surrounding islands.
Each villa is suspended over the crystal clear water and each has air-conditioning, hand-carved Polynesian sculptures, exquisite wooden decor, an Italian marble bathroom, rain shower, and bathtub. Some rooms have a private plunge pool, a hot tub, or an outdoor shower.
Hovering over the blue waters surrounding the resort, Le Lagoon restaurant offers traditional Polynesian cuisine, Te-Pahu serves up classic Mediterranean-style grilled dishes, Sushi Take delivers fresh sushi and seafood while Far Niente is serving up some of the best Italian food on the island.
The on-site spa, Miri Miri, boasts many massage services, a sauna, a hammam, a steam room and beauty treatments. There is also a 24/7 fitness center and a butler service. Guests can make use of the free snorkeling and windsurfing equipment, and there is free WiFi across the entire resort.
- Right on the water
- Private beaches
- High-class cuisine
- Prices are high
- Butler service sometimes inconsistent
Specification: The St. Regis – Bora Bora
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Each room has 1 or more king-sized bed