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The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort in Bora Bora, French Polynesia

When nothing but the epitome of paradise will do, look no further than The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. Strikingly elegant in every way, this renowned hotel embraces and evokes the beauty of French Polynesia in all its thoughtful details. With a unique private saltwater lagoon, in addition to shimmering pools, the resort dives directly in to the island of Bora Bora's greatest treasures, bringing you up close and personal with sandy shores, azure ocean, and palm-laden pathways. Ideal for honeymooners and romantics alike, accommodations are set in idyllic private villas, featuring overwater architecture or private pools, providing every guest with a thoroughly dreamlike space no less than 1,600 square feet. Inside, island-inspired living and bedroom areas fuse Polynesian design with modern outfits, including plasma televisions, DVD players, wireless Internet access, and personal espresso makers. Step out to your private garden, plunge pool, or direct ocean access, enjoying the warm waters or simply soaking in the blissful panoramic views. Furthermore, the signature St. Regis Butler service is available at the push of a button, and the bridal boutique is a perfect spot to pick up something extra special.

A proper way to start your far-flung island experience is with a trip the hotel's award-winning Miri Miri Spa. The extensive facilities include a private beach, relaxation lounge, sauna, steam room, and myriad treatment spaces. Indulge in services that utilize exotic botanicals and tropical fragrances, inspired by traditional Tahitian and Pacific Rim practices - like the Aroma Rhassoul Ancient Ritual, which combines skin cleansing, detoxifying, and massage. For those looking to maintain a fitness routine, the complete cardio and strength equipment at the resort's gym are available 24 hours a day. Spend your days in the sun and turquoise waters, as The St. Regis Bora Bora offers multiple pools, lagoons, and beaches with its unparalleled location and natural reef surroundings. Four spectacular restaurants and 24-hour gourmet room service await you on site, pleasing your palate no matter what the occasion. The intrepid Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges is literally suspended over the water, and the delightfully gourmet menu is complemented by views of Mount Otemanu in your peripheral. The hotel is home to the island's first sushi bar, as well as Te Pahu grill, which serves fresh fare from its open kitchen and offers a relaxed beachside meal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. From live nightly entertainment, to the daytime delights of snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea fishing and more, everything will simply leave you breathless at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort.

Location of The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
Motu Ome''e BP 506
Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Nearest Airport: BOB

Amenities for The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

  • General Information
  • 90 Guest Rooms
  • Pets Not Permitted
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • 4 Restaurants
  • Sushi Bar
  • Open-Seating Dining
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • Waterfront Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Housekeeping Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Gift Shop
  • Private Beach
  • Sauna
  • Butler Service
  • Hamam
  • Boutique
  • Beach Access
  • Lounge
  • Pool Cabanas
  • Beach Amenities
  • Swimming Lagoon
  • Steam Room
  • Boat Shuttle Service
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • Tennis Court
  • 24-Hour Fitness Center
  • Helipad
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Players
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Espresso Machine
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Educational Programs
  • Excursions
  • Tennis
  • Snorkeling
  • Stargazing
  • Reef Fishing
  • Sightseeing
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Business Center
  • Catering Services
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Highchairs
  • Children's Amenities
  • Children's Menus
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Beach & Pool Toys
  • Play Area
  • Nearby
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Overwater Bungalows

Reviews for The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

A dream come true. Bora Bora is paradise on earth. You know that feeling when you look at something so beautiful, that you feel your eyes are deceiving you, and you have to keep looking at to see if it is real? That is Bora Bora. Mount Otempeni to the turquoise waters seems truly unreal. The St. Regis compliments this natural beauty. Every employee, from the moment you step onto their boat to bring you to their resort until they wave goodbye to you (for a good five minutes!), they are constantly bending over backwards to keep you happy. This includes the general manager, who more than once took the time to ask how everything was for us. Everything is five-star and much has been written already about it through tripadivisor, so I thought I’d provide some answers to questions that I didn’t find on this site. Here are some tips/hints that I wish I knew before my trip: Go with a travel agent. We never do, but it pays off (in more than one way.) Pacific-For-Less is the number one choice, and you soon will see why. Choose St. Regis. I researched each resort over countless hours. St. Regis comes on top, with Four Seasons a close second (I suspect both these properties watch each other closely.) We travelled with an eight-year old who had a blast. They arranged (complimentary) day-care for him and he received a neat gift bag. Splurge on an Otemanu view. We didn’t and I somewhat regret it. At the time, the price was just hard to swallow. We stayed in bungalow #326. Unit 101 was exactly the same in a layout/size, but had the view of a lifetime. Of all the bungalows, I would want to stay at #101, even though it is near the Lagoon restaurant. Google the St. Regis map to see all of the units to make your choice and see what Pacific For Less can do for you. We went in August, which seemed ideal in many ways: little to no rain; light breeze, not too hot (27C); some families (4-6 children on the whole property) Keep in mind that you are at a tropical-resort, and not hotel. Don’t expect everything to be as it is at home (i.e. water pressure.) Yes, there is some wear in the bungalow, but consider where you are. They told us the property was “almost” fully booked, but it never seemed busy, at all. I suspect it is how it is designed and laid out (i.e. five restaurants to choose from) You have your choice of hot beverages brought to your cabin (no added expense.) This was lovely and a nice touch. Sipping on coffee while watching the sunrise was a delight. Bikes can be borrowed from the main beach. They were short on children’s bikes, but when we scored one, we were told to put our baggage tag on it to secure it from being ‘borrowed’ from someone else. When we weren’t using our bikes, we walked. You can get your butler to pick you up, but our unit was close enough to everything that we didn’t mind the 5-10min walks. The breakfast buffet is a great way to start your day. We had it included in our package. Be sure to stock up and save some of it for lunch. We’re glad we didn’t go with the half-board plan. We always ate early and were never overly hungry for three course meals. We ate at the Aparima ‘bar’ most nights. We never made reservations. It was the cheapest alternative, and for $17USD more you can have it delivered to your bungalow, which we did once. The Jean George Lagoon restaurant was superb. Try to get an early reservation to catch the sunset. Of course the meals were outstanding. The Italian restaurant was a nice change of pace. Each restaurant we went to knew of my allergies (gluten) and had options available, thanks to Pacific-For-Less. Just ask! The food is expensive. You need to get over it before you come to enjoy it. Consider that most of the food comes from New Zealand, which is over 4000km away! The spa was well worth it. My wife and I had the “Polynesian couples massage” and it was glorius. Neither of us ever get massages, but it was excellent. The Lagoonarium was great for snorkeling. Well sheltered and safe, yet chock full of a large variety of fish. We brought our own mask and snorkel, but we really didn’t need to as the resorts stocks lots of well washed equipment. Make sure you only feed the fish with the fish-food sold in the boutique. We went to the village of Bora Bora and did some window shopping and had lunch at Bloody Mary’s. We could have missed out on Bloody Mary’s. It was fine, but nothing great. I suppose I was expecting more? We didn’t do the breakfast canoe bit. Everyone who comes seems to bring floaties to tie their bungalow (we did, too.) We didn’t use them hardly at all due to a light wind (we went in August) Although I never inquired, I suspect the resort has some stored away if you wanted to use them. Zero bugs. I mean none! We had the light breeze that kept any away, but I believe they spray each unit to achieve this? Shark/Manta ray tour was well worth it. Our package included a half day, and we were thankful that it wasn’t full day. Be sure to bring your reef shoes for the shark feeding, as you are almost able to stand for it (or on the rock underneath) Rash guard (SPF50) shirt is a good idea, too. You receive complimentary small bottles of water at your turn-down each night (be sure to not have your ‘do-not-disturb-sign’ up. You can have two items pressed each day, complimentary. Negatives? Hardly any to write about. Our butler was new (five months in) and dropped the ball a couple times, but no big deal. Richard: if you’re reading this, please compliment your pool/beach guys. The way they attend to you and jog (!) to your aid and their general demeanour is outstanding! p.s. don’t be surprised if you see a celebrity or two! Everyone was cool about it and gave them their privacy.

almac7 - North Bay, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Property-wise, this is a superlative hotel. Amazing rooms, beautiful beaches, fun artificial snorkeling lagoon, great restaurant, etc... Room had a few rough edges (e.g.,loose/broken door handle) but maintenance was responsive and did good work. Overall fantastic hotel.

mbrogan55 - San Francisco, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I can't imagine a nicer hotel in a nicer setting with nicer people anywhere on the planet. Incredible rooms, service, location, and people. Special thanks to all of the beach boys and especially Mario. Also, great service in the restaurants but especially from Hinoi. Finally, the front desk manager, Olivier, was first class!

parkerfamily2015 - Los Angeles, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed at the St. Regis Bora Bora for our honeymoon thanks to our travel agent Pacific for Less and it was the most magical place I have ever been. Jennifer and her team made our dream honeymoon come true with their wonderful recommendations and services. I cannot express enough how absolutely wonderful our time was there, so much that I cried because I did not want to leave! The property is gorgeous, the food is so delicious, and the staff was exceptional. The St. Regis had crossed every "T" and dotted every "I". They left nothing untouched. Between our travel agent and the St. Regis you seriously cannot go wrong. Aside from the most stunning views and scenery that made the trip so beautiful My travel agent let the St. Regis know of my husband's many food allergies. We have never experienced such hospitality like we did from them before. Every staff member was aware of his allergies before we could even tell them! They made us feel very comfortable when dining at each of the restaurants and everyday either a manager and/or chef would come talk to us about the menu that evening to make sure my husband was able to enjoy his meal. Thank you is seriously not enough. It made our time there that much more enjoyable and relaxing. Every inch of the property is breathtaking and I would recommend it to any and everyone I talk to!

ashleybogosian - Totowa, New Jersey

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Bora Bora, having been our 53rd country that we have traveled to blew every other destination away. It is simply the most beautiful place on planet earth, as nothing comes remarkably close in comparison to the ambience. The St. Regis is an impressive resort, with highest quality of service I have ever received and a once in a lifetime place to visit. The hotel, although not cheap, and a little outdated, offers superior quality service that I have never received before. Everyone from the butler to the pool attendant to the people working in the restaurants new our name. It's a massive resort, but very spread out so you always felt as though you had the hotel to itself. Albeit extremely pricey, you feel the value as I have stayed at other expensive hotels and was frustrated with the loads of cruise ship passengers that visit the hotel, or having to wait for things. You won't have this problem at the St. Regis and even though the hotel was at maximum capacity, it never very isolated and like paradise. The price is worth the service you receive. Even the GM came out to meet us and comped our dinner. We booked through American Express Fine Hotel & Resorts which gave us an upgrade to an overwater bungalow after our second night. It also provided free breakfast and late checkout. Since our flight did not leave until 7pm, we basically got a full day for free. The perks are worth it as it also included a 4th night free. I would highly recommend using this card to book your travel. The hotel is extremely pricey. A cheeseburger is $39, a pizza is $38, and the more extravagant restaurant such as the Lagoon restaurant will cost you anywhere from $70-$125 a person for an entree. Drinks are $35. Water was an issue as the hotel provide about four small water bottles, certainly not enough given the hot conditions. At the restaurants, they offered Evian water which the hotel did not mention was not complementary. Each bottle was $10, so our dinner bill was $20 for just water alone. If you understand that you're on an island and have no reason to ever leave, expect the high prices before you go. The boat ride in was about $120 per person so nothing at this hotel is cheap. But then again, you pay the price for luxury. Celebrities will often visit this hotel as Sylvestor Stallone and a famous football player were both staying at the hotel the same time we were and nobody bothered them. They had their own privacy. The hotel is a little outdated as the room had cracks, pools had mold, our first room had a foul smell. The showers did not have a lot of pressure, so when i'm paying $1,200 a night for a room, I expect everything to be top notch. We traveled with two young kids, ages 4 and 11 months old and had an amazing trip. The kids had the time of their life, so don't be afraid to travel with kids, although most of the people traveling were honeymooners or couples on their anniversary getaway. if you can afford it, I'd highly recommend this place. The sites all over the resort are breathtaking and you will never find a more beautiful place anywhere in the world. Prior to this trip, I though the Phi Phi Island and Great Barrier Reef were the most beautiful place. Bora Bora is leaps and bounds. I thank the entire staff at St. Regis Bora Bora for an unforgettable trip. The employees are well trained and did a superb job making our family feel like royalty.

JKNaples - Naples, Florida

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