The romantic InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is the only property on Bora Bora to feature only overwater accommodations. The resort's luxurious villas will mesmerize guests once they are encircled by contemporary designs and chic, exotic comforts.
With breathtaking views of striking Mt Otemanu enveloped by the sparkling sapphire seas, this slice of Bora Bora paradise is perfect for couples – especially lively and adventurous travelers. It is one of the only properties on the island with a real “heart” where guests can gather to exchange tales of wanderlust and island exploits.
InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is also the eco-friendliest property on Bora Bora, utilizing deep ocean water to power the resort's air-conditioning system.
Also, the resort's friendly staff has won numerous Travel and Leisure’s “Best” awards over the years, including Best Service, Best Resorts in the South Pacific, and the Top 100 Hotels in the World. The property also features the top Thalasso Spa on the island, which is the first in the world to utilize deep ocean water and minerals in their signature treatments. So, be sure to pamper yourself with at least one treatment at the Thalasso Spa while you are there.
The InterContinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa offers an assortment of culinary offerings with three resort restaurants to choose from, and rest assured there is something for everyone.
Enjoy a truly wide selection of international fare at the beachfront Sands Restaurant. Or, if fine dining is preferred, look no further than the Reef Restaurant. Foodies will enjoy the gastronomic cuisine at Le Corail Restaurant, which boasts the best wine cellar on the island. The resort even features conference and banquet space for up to 150 guests and Room Service is available 24 hours a day.
International cuisine served by the beach and pool. Casual fares in a lively atmosphere offered from 12pm to 5pm for lunch, or 6:30pm to 9:30pm for dinner.
Gourmet meals served for dinner nightly from 6:45pm to 9:30pm nightly. A Polynesian buffet and dance show is performed on Mondays, a Barbeque Buffet and show performed on Wednesdays, and an “Around the World” Buffet and show on Friday night (except during the Heiva festival).
Gastronomic cuisine is offered in the evenings from 6:30pm to 9:30pm (except Mondays and Fridays). An exceptional wine cellar is also available.
This bar is available from 10am to 11pm daily. Happy Hour from 5pm to 6pm daily. Specializing in molecular cocktails with demonstration.
This bar on the beach available from 12pm to 11pm daily. Happy Hour from 5pm to 6pm daily.
The resort offers a variety of different activities for guests to enjoy including:
Some of our favorite complimentary activities include:
True spa fanatics will enjoy the vast selection of spa and relaxation treatments. Their locally sourced line of products are not to be missed by anyone who loves to be pampered. (You can also find these products at the the famous Brando Resort.)
This spa is the first spa in the world to utilize balneotherapy, or deep ocean water and minerals in their line of products and treatments. Sea water brought up from 800 meters replenishes the body and restores balance to the soul. There are also expansive indoor and outdoor relaxation areas which are accessible for ½ day whenever a spa treatment is booked, or ½ day access may be purchased.
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.
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!
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.