The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora located in Motu Tehotu on the island of Bora Bora, French Polynesia is an amazing place blessed by God with spectacular waters of the South Pacific, white sand beaches, waters of the deepest blue, in conclusion a perfect background for a beautiful getaway.
Four Seasons is the newest luxury retreat to grace Bora Bora’s mystical shores. Serenely located on one of the beautiful islets scattered in Bora Bora’s magnificent lagoon, this heavenly retreat takes full advantage of its awe-inspiring setting – boasting views of dazzling white sand beaches, turquoise lagoon waters and the soaring green peaks of Bora Bora’s Mount Otemanu.
Distinctly Polynesian, the 100 overwater bungalows and seven beachfront villas are inspired by local architecture and feature traditional teak wood furnishings, high ceilings and thatched roofs combined with modern touches including plasma televisions, spacious ensuite bathrooms and deeply comfortable Four Seasons’ beds.
The stunning Overwater Bungalows feature spacious living rooms, separate bedrooms, ensuite bathrooms complete with oversized bathtubs and huge decks with direct access to the lagoon. For the ultimate in overwater indulgence, opt for an overwater bungalow with plunge pool on the deck. Perfect for families or friends travelling together, the three Herenui Two Bedroom Overwater Suites with Plunge Pool are spacious havens with unobstructed lagoon views.
Back on land, the accommodation is no less indulgent – the two bedroom beachfront villas with private pools are perfect for family or friends travelling together. Each have their own enclosed garden, swimming pool, separate living and dining rooms and two bedrooms (the master boasts a private deck and whirlpool). For those seeking added space and the ultimate beachfront retreat, the Otemanu Luxury Beachfront Villa is the answer – boasting three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a private swimming pool, an expansive living room with seating for eight and 140 square metres of outdoor space including sunny decks and shaded lanais with spectacular views of the crystalline lagoon and dramatic Mount Otemanu.
The resort’s four restaurants and bars serve exceptional South Seas delicacies (including freshly caught seafood of course) whilst taking full advantage of the stunning setting.