The Conrad Bora Bora Nui is a blissful and luxurious resort where relaxation and unparalleled views await! The resort is located on a small off-shore island (motu) and faces away from the main island of Bora Bora toward the reef and the open ocean. This gives the hotel an amazing panoramic view of the lagoon as well as making it the only hotel in Bora Bora that has a truly unobstructed sunset view.
This fully renovated resort boasts a variety of accommodations, from the spacious Lagoon View Suites perfect for families, to the spectacular overwater villas and extravagant Presidential Villas.
Unwind and relax by the impressive infinity pool or on the long stretch of white sand beach. Dining options are in abundance and are sure to satisfy your culinary appetite with six restaurants and bars.
The remarkable Hina Spa, located on the hilltop, offers serenity and breathtaking views. For a truly unique experience, spend a day at the resort’s private islet Motu Tapu, enjoy a picnic, sip on Champagne, and take in the serenity.
The Conrad Bora Bora Nui has also recently upgraded its guest service offerings to include a new Butler or "Island Host" Service.
Conrad offers a good selection of in-resort dining options – from fine dining to more casual options. Their overwater bar UPA UPA is a fun place to relax before dinner while watching the sun go down.
You can also visit many local restaurants on the main island of Bora Bora by taking the resort’s boat shuttle in the evening (boat shuttle fees apply). Room Service is available 24 hours a day (with a limited menu between 9:30pm and 6:00am). Please click here for the resort's restaurant and bar brochure.
Dining options at the resort include:
The Resort’s Signature Restaurant
Mediterranean & Polynesian Cuisine
Chinese Modern Cuisine
Overwater Sunset Bar
Wine & Champagne Bar
The Conrad Bora Bora Nui offers a variety of different activities for guests to enjoy including a fitness center, an infinity pool with a swim up bar, as well as a great beach with beachfront water sports equipment. For families, they also have a Kids Club and a Teen Center.
The Conrad likes to promote the Polynesian culture through daily resort interactions with Tahitians. You can learn how to speak Tahitian, how open a coconut, how to wear a pareo, how to braid coco leaves, how to play the ukulele and more.
They also have their own private island, Motu Tapu. You can visit the motu during the day (additional costs apply).
Some of our favorite complimentary activities include:
Please click here for more summary information on the resort's activities, including their new Golf Simulator. For a full brochure of the activities offered, please click here.
The HINA SPA is perched high on a hilltop with endless panoramic views over the lagoon past the reef to the open ocean. It is a haven of comfort and beauty nestled in volcanic rock offering luxury products, breathtaking views, world class service and treatments. For the ultimate experience, we recommend the outdoor treatment area known as the “one-million-dollar view”.
The spa’s extensive menu of treatments is perfect for individuals or couples and features the finest natural products from the region as well as the ELEMIS Luxury Skincare brand. Be sure to plan some time at the end of your treatment to explore the relaxation zone, with a fully equipped with a sauna and steam room designed to reunite body and mind.
Standard room amenities include:
Bora Bora is consistently regarded as one of the top Honeymoon destinations in the world. Salon Prive Magazine includes Bora Bora at the top of their list of 11 destinations.
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