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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 1 day ago

The resort is beautiful! Clear warm waters, lovely views. The bungalows are lush. The staff is extraordinary. Everyone including the grounds staff works to make your stay perfect! The most fun, active, relaxing vacation I've had!

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This resort is beyond amazing. Our bungaloo over the water was to die for. The interior rooms, the bathroom, the patio leading to the water- all an amazing experience. We were staying farther out from the restaurants, but a golf cart could be called- or a bicycle was available for use. There are only 4 restaurants available- so make your reservations early.

Phyllis K

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Literally just hopped off our flight back home from our Honeymoon to Bora Bora. From the moment we arrived it was the most Epic experience we have ever had. We flew from Sydney to Auckland and then hopped on a separate flight to Tahiti. We only had a 2 hour stopover which was quite manageable. We arrived in Tahiti close to midnight and checked into the Airport hotel eagerly awaiting our early morning flight out to Bora Bora. The flight out to Bora Bora is about 40 minutes and we were absolutely flawed when the St Regis Staff met us at the airport and presented us with flowers for our necks and took us to the wharf for our private transfer out to the St Regis, on the way we were given delicious drinks and cool towels which was a lovely gesture. Upon approaching the Resort it was a moment that changed my life forever. Needless to say both of us were anxious given the fact that this is the most we have ever spent on a holiday before. All of our anxiety went away as soon as we saw the resort in all of its majesty. Words truly cannot describe how beautiful the resort and setting is. It is like something out of a movie but better. Upon disembarking the boat we were taken to the check-in area where the general manager himself Mr. Schilling introduced himself and sat with us and personally welcomed us and thanked us for visiting. From here we were taken to our spectacular OWB. We were allocated a Deluxe Island view Villa 121 which faced the sunset and was everything we were hoping for and more. It completely exceeded our expectations. The villa was 1500sq feet. The bed was super comfortable and sitting out on the deck watching the sunset was breathtaking every evening. The lounge room in the bungalows is also very comfortable with a state of the art television and all the mod cons you would expect. We looked at a number of other properties when doing our extensive investigations in planning our trip and found the St Regis ticked all the boxes as far as setting, affordability, time in which staff replied to our emails and questions and resort features. I would highly recommend the St Regis over other options available in Bora Bora if you are planning a trip to the region. A few tips, Take a raft or inflatable with some rope. The team at the St Regis will gladly help you inflate and then you are able to tie it up to the OWB and float out in the lagoon. Priceless! second of all, take some reef shoes if you have delicate feet, The sand is lovely but there are some hard corals broken up in parts which may hurt your tootsies ! Thirdly, Bring some fish food from home to feed this fish off your OWB or to use when snorkeling and lastly make sure you book into Polynesian night as it was one of the most entertaining evenings we have had in a very long time! There are complimentary activities such as snorkeling in the lagoon and paddle boarding as well. We dined at Lagoon and their Italian (Far Niente) and Japanese (Sushi Take) restaurants, All were of the very high standard you would expect and we commented frequently on how great the food was. The breakfast buffet (Served in Te Pahu) was one of the best we have ever been to and provided a vast array of food to start your day. Your personal butler will also bring you coffee and Juice of a morning. We also had multiple treatments and massages at the Miri Miri Spa which was divine and only added to the overall relaxation and pampering on the trip. Honestly, the 8 nights we spent here were pure heaven, if you are trying to decide I would recommend to take he plunge, YOLO and this is certainly a place you want to visit in your life. A special shout out to Clemence Le Norcy who helped us so much in planning our trip and getting the most out of our visit. Thank you so Much Clemence, you are an absolute superstar and we truly appreciate your prompt responses to our query’s and for going the extra mile in making sure we had a brilliant stay.

ValiantMansion - Sydney, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Overall, our stay at the St. Regis bora bora was a wonderful, fun and relaxing experience. I will try to briefly detail the highlights of our trip as well as the areas that in my view could use a little improvement. The grounds of the resort are expansive and gorgeous. We had a two bedroom over the water bungalow (# 202). We loved it -- and the views of mount otemanu were stunning, the place was spacious and we enjoyed the private pool. The potentially less good part is that there is a lot of boat traffic going by there during the day. We didn't mind and actually found it entertaining, but if you're looking for complete quiet and solitude, this location is probably not for you. Also, the place needs to be treated for termites, but that's probably true of most of over-water properties. The butler we had - Novelya - was awesome. She was there to take care of whatever we needed, 24/7, sometimes before we even knew we needed it - rides, food, drinks, reservations, equipment, bikes, etc. etc. She truly made our visit the fantastic experience that it was. Snorkeling in the Lagunarium was fun - if you want to get lots of fish around you, buy and bring fish food! On the other hand, it could definitely stand a greater variety of sea creatures- we only saw fish, though lots of them. Be sure to wear water shoes to go in the water off any of the beaches - it's easy to step on something and hurt your feet! The weak link, if there was one, would be the food. Only one place - Lagoon- was very good. The other two, sushi and Italian, as well as room service, were pretty average. Needless to say, all are very expensive - for example, a very mediocre hamburger from room service cost $33. Of the activities,the hands down stand out was the Aqua-bike. I will post a separate review for it and will just say here that even my somewhat jaded 16-year-old said she would love to do it again. High praise indeed!

rina502 - Houston, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

After more than eight hours traveling from Los Angeles, we were almost giddy taking in the stunning beauty while cruising through Bora Bora’s awe-inspiring lagoon to St Regis. The lagoon’s colors ranged from aquamarine to an intensely almost incandescent turquoise to sapphire blue. Nothing prepares you for this astonishing vision and it affects you to the very core of your being. French Polynesia feels as though it is a world away and Bora Bora, the jewel of its Leeward Islands, lives up to its mystic. The scent of frangipani seduces you the moment you disembark off the boat to the St Regis Resort. St. Regis lived up to its name and was unquestionably the most idyllic ultra-luxe destination in this corner of the globe. Set on its own motu or small island, the resort is a lush, tropical palm-studded marvel. The beach villas and overwater bungalows are strung on white strands of sand on a calm lagoon. Our overwater bungalow #118 was ideally situated on the pontoon, giving us privacy and exclusivity and, to the delight of our 15-year-old son morning visits from friendly Eagle Rays gliding through the lagoon directly below our deck and evening visits from a baby gecko chirping goodnight. The view of Mt Otemanu was well worth the upgrade and brought an almost mystical presence to our stay. Doing a cannon ball off our deck into the warm inviting waters and lounging on rafts with a cool drink was the ultimate form of relaxation. A special thank you to Masahiro, our world-class butler, who arranged our morning coffee and helped us with myriad details. Watching the sunrise and sunset over the volcanic mountain was spellbinding—a pinch-yourself experience looking at the ever-changing infinite hues. Masahiro exemplified the French hospitality standards of never invading our privacy but discreetly paying attention to our every need with the utmost care and charm. We also greatly appreciated the staff at the Spa, especially the manager, who went out of her way to provide us with the most enjoyable spa experience ever. I admired her frangipani hair ornament and she gave me one as a gift, which I am still enjoying. From the butler and spa staff to the housekeeping, beach and restaurant team, the service was unsurpassed. We were treated like royalty--with the highest level of professionalism and kindness. Along with exceptional service provided by the St. Regis staff, a special shout out to Pacific For Less. Jennifer, superstar travel agent par excellence, and her team went to great lengths to execute this extraordinary vacation. She provided us with a wealth of information on French Polynesia before we settled on St. Regis. With our teenage son in tow, we wanted the largest possible overwater bungalow as compared to other nearby resorts and amazing activities to remember for a lifetime. Jennifer more than delivered on giving us great advice on everything, including selecting the location of our overwater bungalow, as well as traveling and excursion insights. By far, the best excursion was the complimentary Shark and Stingray Snorkeling Safari. (Thank you Jennifer! We love you Pacific for Less!) After snorkeling in unbelievably pristine aqua green and turquoise blue waters so clear we could spot every variety of reef fish imaginable, we were taken to a spot that sharks and stingrays inhabit. Our guides, Natua and his son, had this almost mystical ability with the stingrays. They converged on us like a pack of puppies, enthusiastically gliding up to us and massaging us with their bodies. They are not aggressive at all and have the most playful nature. My husband and son spent the whole time with the stingrays and barely noticed the sharks cruising by. As for me, after gleefully jumping into the shark-filled waters to experience first hand connecting with marine life in all of its glory, not once did I think of “Jaws!” It was so exhilarating snorkeling among previously feared animals, we remained in the water until the final second. At our last snorkeling site, we spotted a magnificent Manta Ray being groomed by parasitic fish. Bora Bora is known for its giant Manta Rays and we were beyond excited to see one. It looked like a stealth bomber flying through the water. My son loved it and is still watching the videos! The Jetski and Photo Safari Excursions are also worth mentioning. My son loved ripping through the crystal clear water full throttle with the wind whipping through his hair. Hopefully, he will not repeat his high jinks when he gets his drivers license! Anyway, half way into the tour around the Island, a squall hit. When I say “squall,” I mean full on STORM with huge wind gusts and rain blowing sideways into our faces! I held on for dear life and swore at the heavens for pelting me with bb-sized raindrops. Of course, my son loved every second of it and thought the excursion was awesome! The next day we were picked up in a speed boat to tour different locations in the lagoon for our Photo Safari. The weather looked ominous, but we decided to take our chances. The weather in Bora Bora is for the most part consistently sunny, however, during our stay we experienced some overcast days and a few storms. Again, halfway into our excursion, bad weather set in and the water became rough. We were snorkeling taking underwater shots when the rain starting coming down hard and the water became choppy. The weather can change in a matter in seconds in Bora Bora and we were unlucky to have the remnants of a cyclone that hit Australia move into French Polynesia. In spite of this, it was still worthwhile! We had a wonderful time on both excursions and have some amazing photos. I highly recommend all of these activities as they let you behold nature’s ability to create the most sublime fantastic backdrops while experiencing wonderful adventures. You take these gorgeous memories with you to cherish for the rest of your life. My son I know is richer for the experiences and will hold these memories close to his heart. Until the day I die, I will remember the mesmerizing beauty of Bora Bora and our unparalleled St. Regis overwater bungalow vacation. Bora Bora is the most mystical island of the South Pacific and St Regis is the resort of all my dreams.

smjesplendor - Carlsbad, California

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