Sit back and relax as your every worry melts away into the magnificent scenery and luxurious surroundings of the Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort. This opulent venue combines a tranquil lagoon, mountainous landscapes, and one of the top 15 pools in the world, making it an ideal destination to book your next trip to Tahiti.
Privacy is often a premium to identify, but look no further than this gem in French Polynesia for the ultimate in exclusivity. The resort is situated on its own island – Motu To’opua – with the private, white sand beaches you only dream about after seeing pictures. You’ll find that whether you select a Lagoon View Suite or Overwater Bungalow, the space is yours to soak up peace and serenity in the beautiful accommodations.
Presidential Overwater Bungalow
I booked the Presidential Overwater Bungalow and my expectations for a luxurious, palatial venue to experience Bora Bora were surpassed. Over 3,000 square feet of living space are found in this two-story villa set over the pristine blue lagoon. Two large bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sauna, expansive living room, three outdoor terraces, an outdoor dining room, and much more are found in the estate.
The Conrad has two of these villas at the end of the jetty giving the most privacy to visitors. These are also the only two story overwater bungalows in all of Bora Bora – which are perfect if you are planning to bring your family or visit with a group of friends. Plenty of space for all.
The villa has its own private infinity pool, sauna, whirlpool, sunbeds, and more to experience the beautiful scenery of French Polynesia. Think about how your personal butler will ensure you have a fresh-brewed cup of coffee to savor the sunrise or your favorite cocktail to sip at sunset in this incredible villa.
Iratai French Restaurant offers incredible lagoon views to enjoy while you savor creative interpretations of classic French dishes. The overall vibe is romantic, luxurious, and thoughtful, with remarkable hospitality. The restaurant offers a wine pairing available with selections from their specialty cellar with your meal.
Delight in Asian delicacies from many regions of China at the renowned Banyan Chinese Restaurant. Creative, eclectic dishes are served alongside authentic classics, such as traditional Peking Duck, under a remarkable banyan tree.
Enjoy a lunchtime entrée or snack at Tamure Beach Grill, just beside the swimming pool and tranquil lagoon. Select from casual platters to share, such as a hummus and veggie plate with garlic pita bread, or a fresh Thai style salad with vegetables, noodles, and herbs. The best of lunchtime al fresco dining is found at Tamure.
Upa Upa Lounge Bar offers cocktails in a Polynesian environment like no other. The outdoor terrace offers incredible views of the lagoon and mountains, and gaze upon the glass enclosed floor to see all kinds of marine life traveling by. In addition to fine beverages, you’ll find a selection of sushi, sashimi, and other Asian-inpsired fare on the menu. Sip a handcrafted beverage and relish your evening in a place like no other at Upa Upa.
In the evenings, you’ll find Iratai Wine Bar offers an environment perfect for enjoying a beverage paired with a picturesque sunset before or after your dinner. The restaurant also offers a selection of pizzas, cheese boards, and charcuterie available to pair with your wine or cocktail.
Nearly any tropical resort offers a swim-up bar, but you’ll find the Tarava Pool Bar will serve up your favorite beverages alongside Polynesian-inspired cocktails as well as a menu of lunch items and light snacks.
The resort also offers an authentic Polynesian Dinner and Show, Ahi Ma’a Tahitian oven-in-the-sand dining experience, decadent Lobster Night, and destination dining at a number of venues available throughout the resort’s property.
Relaxing in the infinity swimming pool or napping on a lounge chair might be your idea of the perfect vacation, but this resort offers much more for those seeking a little adventure, recreation, or entertainment. Enjoy snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding, bicycle boats, kayaks, and more along the cool blue waters.
Wanting to stay on land? Try a round of mini golf, tennis, beach volleyball, billiards, or Ping-Pong. The resort also offers “cultural activities” that you might only find in French Polynesia, such as a Ukulele lesson or learn “how to open a coconut”. In addition, the fitness center offers weights and cardio equipment, fitness classes, and personal training sessions available.
Between volcanic rock at the top of the hill, you’ll find the greatest views to dip into serenity at Hina Spa. Indulge in a traditional Polynesian massage, ELEMIS facial treatments, sensitive skin solutions, and more. Body treatments include a Vanilla Body Wrap, as well as a Tamanu and Aloe Vera treatment perfect for those battling sun overexposures on their journey. Guests are invited into the Hina Spa’s relaxation lounge to partake in a sumptuous sauna and steam room prior to their scheduled treatments.
Additional information for visiting:
- When you arrive in Tahiti at the airport, you will be taking a 50 minute flight with Air Tahiti to Bora Bora. You will need to schedule a round-trip transfer before you arrive to make sure there is a boat to pick you up when you arrive. Cost is $150 USD per adult.
- The Conrad does use credit card so you will not need cash for anything other than leaving a tip for your housekeeper.
- Since the hotel is on a motu and not in the main town of Vaitape, you can pay to take the hotels boat shuttle to the main city if you wish to do some shopping or eat elsewhere – just check their shuttle times.
- There is quit a lot to do in Bora Bora from jet skiiing, snorkeling, seeing whales, etc. Just book your tours in advance to make sure you can get on them.
- Bora Bora is a pricey and exclusive destination. Make sure to check this month by month breakdown of best times to visit based on weather and pricing. If you go during off season you can score deals often 50% or more off than the high season.
Only stayed for one night but thought it was a great property. I would recommend staying at least 2-3 nights just to get a better feel for the location and to relax and enjoy it all.
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