Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa

The luxurious Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa offers guests the peace and tranquillity of a secluded unspoiled island, with no roads or villages and direct access to spectacular reefs, lush gardens and pristine beaches.


Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa, Bora Bora

Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa, Bora Bora – Image courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Note: This resort has now closed. We are unsure if and when it will reopen.

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Introducing the Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa

The resort’s bungalows are arranged in three separate villages on land and over water. Many overwater bungalows offer unobstructed views across the stunning blue lagoon to majestic Mount Otemanu.

Built in the traditional Tahitian fare style, the bungalows offer polished wooden floors and peaked roofs thatched with pandanus leaves.

Inside, each bungalow is furnished with a king or twin beds, a bath with separate shower and a private deck from where steps lead directly into the lagoon; sea life can be admired or fed through an illuminated glass-topped coffee table.

The new air-conditioned Motu bungalows, located near the beach, feature floor-to-ceiling timber louvers and blinds, a large terrace and a private outdoor soaking pool.

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Highlights of Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa

The Marù Spa, the only treetop Spa in Polynesia, is located in the middle of the lagoon on a secluded motu (little island), situated on the beachfront, surrounded with exotic basins, waterfalls and gorgeous lilies.

Wooden cabins containing treatment rooms are located high up between two giant Banyan trees. Try a rich bath with coconut milk and fresh local flowers, a traditional ‘rain shower’ massage or a vegetal wrap.

Hotel activities include: Swimming in the lagoon or in the freshwater pool, snorkeling, boating, kayaking, outrigger canoeing, a fitness centre and tennis courts, as well as excursions on the lagoon and shark-feeding – from chest-deep water you can watch local divers hand-feed four to five-feet reef sharks and friendly rays.


This resort is located on Motu Toopua, a 15-minute complimentary boat ride from Bora Bora Airport. The flight from Tahiti Faa’a International Airport to Bora Bora Airport takes 45 minutes.

Best time to visit Bora Bora

The best time to visit is during the dry season between May and October, when the average annual temperature of 29°C is tempered by refreshing breezes.

The wet season lasts from November to April, February and March being the hottest months of the year. The water temperature hovers between 26°C (78°F) and 29°C (84°F).

For more climate info: Bora Bora Weather Guide

About Bora Bora

Bora Bora is small and can be driven around in about an hour. The island, surrounded by kilometres of fine, white sandy beaches fringed with coconut forests and colourful villages, offers great snorkelling and diving.

Don’t miss nearby ‘Coral Garden’, a natural underwater park, Tupitipiti Point, known for a steep drop-off and colourful sponges and ‘White Valley’ reef, where the entrance teems with gray sharks, barracudas and colourful reef fish including parrotfish and butterfly fish.

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