An experience of harmony with nature waits for you at the overwater bungalows of Le Méridien Bora Bora. Resting in the lue waters of the lagoon, each one of these private, self-contained bungalows has been built in a way which respects the environment and ecosystem, the coral and submarine flora. The resort is made up of 99 bungalows and you choose where you will be most comfortable from 82 overwater bungalows including 22 premium, 3 on the lagoon, 6 beach bungalows and 4 villas of 1 or 2 rooms with a swimming pool and private access to the beach.
Whether you are a couple or a family, so much of the Bora Bora difference is about life on the water and discovering nature. Incredible adventures await at our Ecological Center and Turtle Sanctuary or in an escapade on the lagoon in a traditional pirogue. Many complimentary activities like windsurfing and boating are available to children to awaken their curiosity.
Located at the end of a ‘motu’ (little island in tahitian), at the edge of the most beautiful lagoon in the world and with an amazing view of Mount Otemanu, Le Méridien Bora Bora is an invitation to your senses to be amazed. Just 20 minutes from the airport, the resort is only accessible by boat. Transfer to and from the airport is provided by a boat in the hotel colors. Regular free shuttles operate every day to take you to the main island in around 5 minutes.
Accommodation and Amenities:
- 99 bungalows including:
- 6 beach bungalows (538 sq. ft.)
- 4 beach villas with one or two rooms, and private swimming pool (1689 sq. ft.) or (2228 sq. ft.)
- 3 lagoon bungalows (538 sq. ft.)
- 60 overwater bungalows with wide glass panel on the floor (538 sq. ft.)
- 22 premium bungalows with wide glass panel on the floor and extended terrace (592 sq. ft.)
All our bungalows have been entirely re-imagined in a more modern style, using traditional material from the
South Pacific and making the most of Polynesian art and materials, with their warm colors and authentic feel.
Room Category Descriptions:Each of the overwater bungalows is designed to invite moments of contemplation, whether from the terrace or through the large glass panel in the floor where you can endlessly observe the lagoon and its marine life. The premium overwater bungalows have a privileged location and incorporate a wide terrace facing Bora Bora Island. The terrace is the ideal place to bask in the sun, relax and watch the sunset in perfect calm. Surrounding the inner lagoon, sensitively integrated into the charming island landscape, the beach bungalows & one or two bedrooms villas with private pool are an ideal place for relaxation in the shade of the trees and lush vegetation. These bungalows & villas offer all of the benefits of a private beach complete with hammock and beach chairs. If you opt for a lagoon bungalow at the beginning of the pontoon, you will have a spectacular view of the turquoise blue water of the Bora Bora lagoon and enjoy being just a short walk from the beach. Completely renovated in 2010/2011, all the bungalows and villas include modern luxuries like air conditioning, mosquito nets for the serenity of your nights, a dressing room, tea and coffee making facilities, flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi access, on-demand video system, a safe, an iPod/MP3 player dock, direct dial telephones, iron and ironing table, hair dryer and a separate bath and shower. Wherever you stay, you are both in nature and an authentic Polynesian atmosphere.
Dining Options:Located in a superb position at the edge of the private lagoon, the buffet restaurant Le Tipanié and gourmet Le Tiare offer you authentic local cuisine, mixed with international specialties. Awaken your tastebuds with an adventurous menu, delicious buffet dinners, à la carte menus or you can take breakfast with the fish and turtles. Te Ava is the perfect place if you love relaxed lunches in a rocking chair with your feet in the sand. The Miki Miki bar, the main bar of the hotel, is where you can enjoy a large selection of cocktails and fruit juices throughout the day. With its unusual architecture inspired by a boat bow, the Miki Miki offers an excellent view of Mount Otemanu, which is particularly charming at sundown. The Faré Tupa bar near the swimming pool is the ideal place to enjoy grated coconuts, refreshing drinks and snacks served all day long.
Resort Activities & Entertainment:The numerous complimentary activities offered by Le Méridien Bora Bora provide the perfect way to relax mind and body: swimming in the pool or lagoon, snorkeling, sailing kayak/outrigger canoes and pedal boats or playing ping-pong, billiards and beach volleyball. First discovering the inner lagoon is an unforgettable moment. Couples can join the Kaïnalu Club, a guided tour offering you the opportunity to enjoy the charms of Bora Bora lagoon onboard a traditional pirogue. Children are not left out. Stimulate their energy and curiosity with child-size windsurfing boards and snorkeling equipment. They can push their energy to the limit in the dedicated playing area. Adopting a turtle is also a wonderful experience for children. Paid-for activities are also available for the most adventurous and they include jet and water skiing, sailing Hobie Cat boats, catamaran cruising, the Lagoonarium, riding a Seadoo scooter on the lagoon, para-sailing, renting boats, feeding sharks and rays, deep sea fishing, aqua safari and the use of our wellness center for massages and body care. Le Méridien Bora Bora is also home to a diving center, a gym, and a chapel built on the inner lagoon where you will be able to renew your love vows to your partner.
Turtles Protection CenterEvery day Le Méridien Bora Bora helps protect endangered marine turtles. Each year, baby turtles are born at our Turtle Sanctuary or given to us to be taken care of by a team of biologists and a veterinarian until they grow to a size which will keep them safe when they are released into the ocean. Our Turtle Sanctuary in the inner lagoon was founded in association with the Polynesian Ministry of the Environment. It offers everyone the opportunity of discovering the turtles in their natural environment, a truly remarkable sensation. In addition to the Turtle Sanctuary, we have developed other exceptional ways of offering you the opportunity to discover our environment. For example, the submarine observatory allows you to look at our immense 2-hectare lagoon from a new perspective. Opening in 2012, the new ecological center is all about preservation in action and incorporates a laboratory and areas where you can observe nature as if you were a biologist.
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