Bora Bora, in French Polynesia, is nothing short of a tropical paradise. Shimmering waters, gorgeous shorelines and an ever-present sun make a visit to this gorgeous escape a bucket-list item for travelers around the world.
Nestled in the shadow of Mount Otemanu, an ancient volcano, from the comfort of a Bora Bora hotel you’ll awake to incredible views and fall asleep to some of the most colorful sunsets anywhere on the planet. Take your vacation at your own pace; kick off your sandals and sunbathe for hours or cool of in the endless blue waters. Hire a jet ski and crash across the waves, or set sail for an hour or two and enjoy the salty breeze.
Have a budding naturalist in the family? See the exotic animals of Leopard Rays Trench, also your chance to snap photos that will make friends back home green with envy. Incredible snorkeling is also yours to discover at just about any beach, and the brave are encouraged to go for a swim with sharks to get up close and personal with these often misunderstood creatures. Those who want to stay dry can still see the colorful coral gardens by way of a glass-bottom boat. Hire a guide and scale the face of the volcano or plan a helicopter tour and get a birds-eye view of the island.
When the beaches call to you, book your visit with IHG hotels in Bora Bora. Just minutes from the beaches, you’ll receive the best in service and comfortable accommodations, all at a price you can afford. It’s just one less thing you’ll have on your mind as you lay back, dig your toes into the sand and enjoy your time in paradise. + View More - View Less
Knowledgable InterContiental Concierge Team
Deep Ocean Spa by Algotherm
Onsite Bathys Diving Center (PADI)
Onsite Wedding Chapel
Onsite Tahia Collins Black Pearl Shop
Sea Water Air Conditionning
Boat shutlle between IC Thalasso and Spa and IC Moana on the main island
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Bora Bora. Highly recommend the overwater bungalows. We enjoyed two spectacular snorkeling trips with Pure Snorkeling by Reef Discovery. The staff was friendly and[More]
warm. Dinners were made more special with the attentions of Antoine, the sommelier, and his wife Heitiare. Breakfast and lunch we were well-served by Stephane and his wife Nicole. [Less]
Our first four nights in Bora Bora were spent at the Le Moana. The hotel is beautiful. We stayed in a beach bungalow which was very nice. We also stayed in an overwater bungalow at the Thalasso and[More]
really enjoyed the difference of both experiences. The beach bungalow was closer to hotel facilities and the sand was easy to walk on. The sound of the waves was nice. The only problems we had were with the in-room wi-fi. It was terrible. The fridge did not get items cold and the air conditioning did not get lower than 80 degrees.
From previous reviews, we went to the small store to the right as you exit the property and bought wine, cheese and crackers, beer and pop, to enjoy on our deck.
Food was good to very good at the pool and better at the main restaurant. We did not take breakfast so I can't comment on that. Service was generally good. Bar service was slow and the drinks were not worth the expense, but for the relaxing view. But if you travel this far, go with the flow and enjoy yourself. [Less]