Situated between the deep blue Pacific and the tranquil lagoon, the Four Seasons Bora Bora is one of the most spectacular island resorts ever built. Inspired by Polynesian architecture, the village-like Resort blends into the lush tropical setting and takes full advantage of breathtaking views in all directions.
The resort offers pristine overwater bungalows and beachfront villas overlooking the lagoon’s turquoise waters and many offering spectacular views of Mount Otemanu. The ultimate in luxurious seclusion, the Four Seasons luxurious accommodations and the unmatched personalized service one would expect from the Four Seasons.
Four Seasons offers an excellent selection of in-resort dining options – from fine dining to more casual options. The restaurants have been thoughtfully designed to take advantage of the unmistakable views of Bora Bora Island, the stunning sunsets, and nighttime stargazing.
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 10:30pm and 6:30am)
Open-air main restaurant, adjacent to the beach
Signature restaurant in a romantic and elegant setting
Beach bar & Grill, feet in the sand
Restaurant & bar, on the beach, with an overwater terrace overlooking the lagoon
The Four Seasons offers a variety of different activities for guests to enjoy including a fitness center, a pool with private cabanas, as well as a great beach with beachfront water sports equipment. For families, they also offer their TAMARI’I Kids Club for ages 5 to 12.
One of our favorite features is the Four Seasons’ inner lagoon. Their Ruahatu Lagoon Sanctuary offers snorkeling adventures, coral grafting exhibits, fish- and octopus-feeding sessions and open discussions on the Polynesian ecosystem.
Four Seasons also has one of the best spas in the Pacific. In addition, they offer personal training, tennis lessons and yoga classes.
Some of our favorite complimentary activities include:
The Spa at Four Seasons is truly amazing! It is located at the edge of the lagoon on one side and has views of the ocean from the other. The Kahaia tree-inspired spa combines ancient traditions, native ingredients and transformative treatments.
Inside, a Polynesian cathedral-like sanctuary awaits, warm and welcoming to retreat and restore balance to mind and body. The Spa layers European, Eastern and Polynesian therapies to create a totally holistic experience. One of the highlights is a special overwater treatment room with an outdoor tub and views of Mt. Otemanu.
The spa facility is also home to the resorts state of the art fitness center and yoga deck extending over the water.
Standard room amenities include:
Travel + Leisure agree that a workcation should be in your future. This article features the many resorts offering extended stay specials right now in Tahiti. Check out the article, then give us a call to help you set up your office in paradise.
Get ready to hear more about this topic, The Workcation. Millions of Americans are getting a little tired of working from home. For a change of scenery, many hotels in French Polynesia are offering extended stay discounts and making setting up a remote office in the islands, easier than ever before.
You may not be ready to travel, but you should be ready to book your future trip to take advantage of the current special offers in the marketplace. Bloomberg travel writer explores destinations exhibiting extraordinary value, including Bora Bora.
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.
If you can part with $340,000, visit Bora Bora in style on Four Season’s new jet. Just one stop on their around-the-world package.
Simple Flying explores the Four Season’s new A321LR private aircraft. If you can afford it, why not travel in style. The Four Season’s “Round-the-World” package is $170,000 per person (at least one of their available itineraries), but it includes stops at 10 of the most epic destinations on earth. Not to mention the new plane offers all the creature comforts you will need along the way, while you hop from Four Seasons to Four Seasons over the course of 24 days.
Four Seasons Bora Bora claims the award for "Best for an Epic Stay" for the fourth year running in AFAR's annual Traveler's Awards. Winning 4 years in a row has inspired Four Seasons Bora Bora Resort's Get a 4th Night Free package.
Feel free to contact a Venture Tahiti Specialist for a quote on an Epic package for one of our favorite resorts.
Four Seasons Bora Bora guests will benefit from the resort's recent partnership with WiseOceans, a marine conservation company. Together they have created a unique Marine Discovery Program to delight and educate guest. It features a resident Marine Biologist to oversee research as well as provide bespoke interactive experiences in the Resort's Lagoon Sanctuary.
Got the lockdown blues? Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has announced a nice array of benefits for guests who stay a while. New tiers of benefits are reached with stays of 10, 20 and 30+ nights. We'll take the 30 night plan, please!
It wouldn't be the 25 Best Island Beaches in the World without Matira Beach in Bora Bora. Conde Nast Traveler gets it right again. What a great beach!
We are huge fans of the Four Seasons Bora Bora's recent makeover, especially its enhanced Beachfront Villa Estates. Hospitality.net gives an update on the recent renovation.
BRIDES magazine has published a Top Ten List of the Best Fiji and Tahiti Honeymoon Resorts. We think their Tahiti recommendations are spot on for the most part.
Please visit our lists of, "The Best Overwater Bungalows in Bora Bora" and "The Best Overwater Bungalows in Tahiti", found in our Tahiti Travel Tips section for similar analysis and recommendations. You can see our full list of favorite resorts in Bora Bora and the Islands of Tahiti in our Tahiti & Bora Bora Hotels and Resorts section.
If you are interested in learning more about the Fiji resorts mentioned or our view of the top hotels and resorts in The Fiji Islands, visit our sister site, Venture Fiji.
Travel + Lesiure has published their view of the Top 5 Resort Hotels in the South Pacific. We are not surprised that four of them are found in French Polynesia. Our list would be a bit different, but we do like each of the resorts in Tahiti they have chosen.
Forbes provides a nice list of the Best Resorts in Tahiti. It's so hard to narrow it down to a top 5 as people have different tastes and preferences, but we think they made some great choices. Let us know if you want us to plan an itinerary for you featuring one or more of these great resorts.