Bora Bora is a genuine tropical escape with its sea blue tidal ponds and rich wilderness scenes. Regardless of whether you’re arranging a wedding trip, exceptional commemoration festivity, or simply need to disappear to Tahitian-style, with its thatched-roofs, and luxurious wooden villas on stilts submerged in the crystal waters of the south pacific..
It’s like you have found paradise. Look at the best overwater cottages in Bora.
Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa
Associating with the water and its characteristic facilities is simple at Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa. Every one of its nursery lodges has its private dive pools. Notwithstanding free Wi-Fi across the retreat, each room has a marble washroom, a clawfoot bath, and 37-inch TVs. On location, there is likewise a 24-hour wellness focus, tennis courts, and freedoms to lease bicycles, kayaks, paddle sheets, scuba jumping, and swimming stuff and stream skis. This Hilton additionally has three eateries and a bar.
Hotel Sofitel Moorea La Ora Beach Resort
Visitors remaining at one of Hotel Sofitel Moorea La Ora Beach Resort’s 112 overwater, beachfront, and nursery cabins are additionally treated with two eateries, two bars, an outside pool, and a day spa. In-room feasting is accessible upon demand for visitors not keen on visiting nearby cafés. Notwithstanding the cottages, visitors can pick suites and rooms, as well. Every convenience accompanies Wi-Fi, a free small-scale bar, a couch bed, a restroom with a downpour shower, Lanvin Bath conveniences, cooling, a roof fan, and a TV.
Diamond Otemanu Overwater Villa at InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa
You can book an overwater villa with a private plunge pool at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, but Bora Bora Lagoon is so calm and inviting here that you might never use it—just slip into the sparkling pale blue water from your Diamond Otemanu Overwater Villa whenever you desire.
At 1,022 square feet, these bungalows feature airy modern décor with Polynesian touches and more than 300 square feet of outdoor space, where you’ll be entranced by the views of Mt. Otemanu as the rest of the world fades away (there’s also a view from the bed and the bathtub). The 84-bungalow resort has three restaurants and several cool amenities, including the stylish Bubbles Bar for nightly happy hours and the Deep Ocean Spa, where Polynesia’s first Thalasso circuit and overwater treatment rooms with glass viewing portals into the lagoon both await.