Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora



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Opened in 2008, the Four Seasons raised the bar again in the struggle for ultimate luxury on Bora Bora. The stadium-sized overwater bungalows are some of the most impressive in French Polynesia – each with its own sizeable pool on an enclosed deck overlooking the sea, with access to the lagoon down a staircase. The bedrooms and bathrooms are massive and both masterpieces of understatement despite including luxuries such as works of art adorning the walls, teak furnishings, high-quality linen and king-size beds. The international clientele is made up mainly of celebs, honeymooners and couples who spend the day by the pool and being treated at the spa, but it’s also welcoming to families (young children and teenagers have their own entertainment program).

Our independent authors have visited Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Bora Bora.

Services & facilities

  • Family
    • Family rooms
  • Outdoor space
    • Garden
  • Concierge
    • Concierge service
  • Guest services
    • Tour desk
  • Transport/transfers
    • Shuttle service (surcharge)
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Restaurant (à la carte)
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • WiFi
    • Internet services

Description provided by property

Overlooking the magnificent turquoise waters of a private beach, Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora boasts luxurious over-water bungalows and beachfront villas with views of Mount Otemanu. After an invigorating workout in the open-air fitness centre, you can enjoy an afternoon of pampering at the waterfront day spa.

The Four Seasons Resort is located on Point Matira in Bora Bora, which was voted ‘the best island in the world’ by U.S. News in 2012. Motu Mute Airport is a 15-minute boat ride away.

The resort boasts an infinity pool, a tennis court and free guided snorkelling tours of the lagoon sanctuary, which is home to many exotic marine animals. Guests can also enjoy kayaking, catamaran cruises, windsurfing and shark feeding.

The spacious bungalows and villas each feature traditional wooden furnishings, high ceilings and thatched roofs. All accommodation features fluffy down pillows and iPod docking station.

You can sample a variety of cuisines at the 4 on-site restaurants, offering Polynesian, French and Asian specialities. Watching the sun set over the lagoon at Sunset Bar & Lounge offers the perfect ending to your day.

Important information

Transfers are required to and from Bora Bora's Motu Mute Airport. It is a 15-minute journey by boat each way. The cost is XPF 10,686 return, per person and children aged 12 and under receive free transfers.

Please inform Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora your flight details in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property using the contact details found on the booking confirmation.

Please note that Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora does not accept payment via union pay card.

Please note that Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has mandatory Christmas dinners on 24 and 25 December. These are charged at 17,000 XPF per person. New Year's Eve dinner on 31 December is 27,000 XPF per person.

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