Welcome and “Ia Orana” to Le Meridien Bora Bora…Completely renovated in a contemporary and elegant design, this luxury resort is set on a magnificent islet surrounded by the most beautiful lagoon in the world and offers stunning sights over Mount “Otemanu”.
Only 20 minutes from the airport the resort is only accessible by boat. Shuttle service brings you to the main island daily.
Bora Bora is a small island thick with coconut forests and colorful villages and surrounded by miles of fine, white sandy beaches and crystal clear, turquoise water as far as the eye can see.
The resort offers a combination of outstanding bungalows and villa suites, from Beach Bungalows or Classic Motu Bungalows to the most romantic Overwater Bungalows featuring a large glass floor with amazing views of the lagoon and its marine life. All bungalows have chic and modern furniture, full facilities and the flavour of the Polynesian culture. For more intimacy, explore our One Bedroom Pool Beach Villas or indulge yourself in the Two Bedrooms Pool Beach Villas, offering rooms and a private infinity pool overlooking the inner lagoon of the resort.
Le Meridien Bora Bora has 99 air-conditioned bungalows, 85 of which are suspended over the water. 81 offer glass-bottomed floors for viewing tropical marine life. All accommodations have French Polynesian decor and natural wood fittings, with decorative elements of coral and shell. Decks feature lounge chairs and direct access to the lagoon or beach. All rooms boast signature Le Meridien bedding which are topped with mosquito netting and flanked by bedside tables. Both air conditioning and ceiling fans are available. Sofas, armchairs, coffee tables, and desks/dressers with mirrors complete the furnishings.
Swimming with sea turtles, feeding sharks and rays, and pirogue-style sailing tours top a long list of aquatic activities.
Bungalow-style accommodations include beachside units with hammocks and overwater units with large glass panels in the floor.
What to Expect
Overlooking Mt Otemanu, Le Meridien Bora Bora stands on a motu (lagoon island) where holidaymakers from around the globe arrive by boat. Upon arrival, guests walk across the beach, past the swimming pool to the bar and are offered a welcome drink while the front desk staff checks them in. The reception area is part of a series of pavilions in courtyard formation around a large lily pond, and includes shops, a bar, restaurant, lounge, and activities desk. Public areas are decorated with statues, masks, and other artworks from across the Pacific. Bungalows are scattered overwater and through the extensive grounds and coconut groves of the resort.
Le Meridien Bora Bora has a swimming pool, beach, and its own inner lagoon, where tropical fish and turtles swim. A wide range of water and other sports are offered, many complimentary. A library and lounge offer flat-screen TV, puzzles, games, books and magazines, and a computer terminal with wireless Internet access (complimentary). A small spa room contains two massage tables, a shower, and a range of massage and health and beauty treatments. The resort also has a wedding chapel located in the coconut grove near the turtle reserve.