Stay at the Conrad Bora Bora
Step into a postcard-perfect scene, where the notion of paradise lives up to the name. Wake in a coveted over-water villa. Let dips in turquoise waters dominate your morning routine. Breakfast soon arrives by traditional canoe, a well-deserved romantic splurge for two.Stroll the half-mile-long powdery stretch nearby, revelling in the seclusion. Enjoy lunch delivered to your pool cabana, or beachfront chaise with toes still buried in sand. Activities are creative. They range from flower-crown crafts to snorkelling with stingrays. Reflect on these moments of discovery over dinner. Sip on cocktails dockside at Upa Upa lounge.
Conrad Bora Bora Nui sits on a small islet southwest of Motu To’opua, beside what is the longest white-sand beach of any Bora Bora resort. From Motu Mute Airport on the main island, it is a convenient 20 minutes via your host’s private motorboat.
Of the hotel’s 114 suites, 83 are overwater. 22 have infinity pools on ocean-facing decks. A pair of beach villas also feature. However, for a true French Polynesian rarity opt for a Presidential Suite, the only two-storey overwater villas found across the whole region.
Who is it for
The beach villas are a good option for families, as are the less-coveted hillside suites. Though there is a small Kids Club, most of the amenities here are geared more towards couples and adult guests.
Amenities & Activities
Between the hilltop spa and 18-hole mini golf course, land leisure is impressive. But the real charm is found at the tiered pool - Bora Bora’s largest - or in the sea, where snorkel gear, kayaks and paddleboards are complimentary. Conrad’s “Stay Inspired” program promises plenty of excursions. Meanwhile, dining spans five eclectic venues, from casual lounges to fine dining French restaurant Iriatai.