Tranquil luxury, perfect for couples

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Four Seasons Bora Bora

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Overwater bungalow suites, beachfront villas and underwater adventures await you at this sand-fringed idyll set on a private island in the shadow of Bora Bora’s Mount Otemanu. Toast sunsets from your private plunge pool, marvel at the Tahitian night sky or simply lose yourself in the lagoon, where the waters teem with exotic reef fish and colourful corals.

Experience cooling sea breezes and uplifting South Pacific views as you exercise at the fitness centre, cool off under a thatch-roofed cabana with a cocktail and lagoon views. Enjoy views of mystical Mount Otemanu and lush tropical beauty as you practice your backhand on the tennis courts and experience a magical underwater adventure below the surface or the turquoise lagoon teeming with tropical fish.

Polynesian style thatch-roofed bungalows with high ceilings enjoy either a beachfront or overwater setting and are furnished to the highest of standards, just as you would expect from Four Seasons.

Te Mahana Spa sits nestled on the lagoon’s edge, surrounded by tropical groves and pristine Pacific waters, and enlightened by the warmth of the Polynesian sun. With breath-taking lagoon and ocean views, the Spa captures the energy of the Tahitian spirit with a unique sense of simplicity and luxury, which defines Bora Bora. Treatments are rooted in ancient tradition, intended to heal, refresh and rejuvenate. Unwind in the ultimate couple's suite, where treatment beds sit on glass panels above the lagoon and the outdoor tub overlooks Mount Otemanu.

Dining is an event at Four Seasons with no fewer than six restaurants serving everything from casual to fine dining in a variety of settings.

7 Nights
Guide Price £8219 Per Person

6 nights in an Overwater Bungalow with Beach View including breakfast, 1 night at the InterContinental Tahiti with breakfast, return flights from London and boat transfers in Bora Bora


Four Seasons Bora Bora
Motu Tehotu BP 547
98730 French Polynesia
French Polynesia

Four Seasons Bora Bora
Guide Price £8219 Per Person

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Overwater Bungalow Suite

With traditional teak-wood furnishing and Polynesian artwork, these spacious bungalows are situated directly above the turquoise waters of the lagoon, offering views across the beach, lagoon or spectacular Mount Otemanu from a private terrace. Air-conditioned and available with up to three bedrooms offering a restful, airy ambience with décor inspired by local architecture making the most of the natural wood with a colour palette to match. The lounge and bedrooms all make the most of the stunning views and the bathroom is placed to give an equally romantic vista from the oversized bathtub. There’s an outdoor terrace and direct access to the warm turquoise waters for the lagoon.

Overwater Bungalow with Plunge Pool

These bungalows are similar in layout and furnishing to the over water bungalows and ideal for honeymooners seeking a romantic experience. A spacious living room opens to a deck with direct lagoon access and sunbeds, while the bedroom has access to a private, fresh-water plunge pool with views of the mountains, Mount Otemanu or the lagoon.

Beachfront Villa Estate

Beachfront Villa Estates offer the very best in space and privacy in a secluded beachfront setting. Exclusive services include personal pre-arrival planning, a personal Villa Host, private beach setup and in-villa breakfast if you wish. Surrounded by lush coconut and Tahitian gardenia trees, these romantic villas offer incredible views of the lagoon and Mount Otemanu. Air-conditioned and furnished in a modern yet classic style that draws on Polynesian accents they offer a haven of luxury and tranquillity. You’ll enjoy the use of your own private pool with its views of the sea together with an expansive sundeck and sun loungers and an outdoor dining space. Inside you have a king size bed in the separate bedroom and a fully furnished lounge with large screen TV and a dining area; an outdoor rain shower adds to the marble and hardwood bathroom.

Restaurants and Bars

Arii Moana - An exquisite culinary experience, where French mastery by executive Chef Eric Desbordes provides the resort's chicest dining experience. Based on the freshest ingredients of the day, the nightly Chef's Menu is complemented by French Polynesia's finest wine collection, with over 150 labels from around the world.

Fish House at Fare Hoa - A Tahitian fish house dining experience, featuring the seafood bounty direct from the South Pacific’s clear waters.

Tere Nui - Breakfast is served with a fresh sea breeze at this open-air restaurant overlooking Mount Otemanu.

Fare Hoa Beach Bar and Grill - A casual toes-in-the-sand spot by the lagoon for all-day dining and tropical cocktails.

Vaimiti - An idyllic overwater setting for eclectic Asian cuisine and sunset cocktails.

In-Bungalow Dining - Breakfast delivered by a Polynesian canoe, a romantic dinner on your private deck or a midnight snack overlooking the water – room service is available anytime you like.

La Roulotte - Stop by the waterside "Grab and GO" food truck for a refreshing snack of ice cream, sorbet, or cold drinks.

Activities and Facilities

Three exclusive retail stores, infinity pool, fitness centre, snorkelling equipment, kayaks, paddle boards, volleyball, badminton, tennis, motorised water sports, private sightseeing services, personal training, yoga classes, doctor on site.

Meal Upgrade Options

Our prices include breakfast.

Half board and full board available at a supplement.

Romantic dining on a secluded motu or the beach available on request.

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Our Awards

We are very proud that our personal, friendly service and attention to detail has led to us becoming an industry leader in providing tailor-made holidays. We have been recognised throughout the years by winning a number of prestigious awards from within and outside of the travel industry. We won the "Best Operator to Canada" award at the 2017 British Annual Canada Travel Awards for a record 15th time.

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