Bora Bora Lagoon Resort

White sandy beaches, palm trees and picturesque over-water bungalows greet the visitor to this unique resort located in French Polynesia. Enjoy great beaches, food and tranquility on this remote island. 

Bora Bora Lagoon Resort is a great place to get away from the fast pace of modern life and unwind in the most luxurious setting. Lounge by the pool or on the beach with a cool drink or treat yourself to a relaxing massage. 
The resort offers 78 bungalows and two suites. Try one of the over-water bungalows which feature steps from the sun deck that lead directly into the lagoon. At night, enjoy a gourmet meal and magnificent views over the water at the Otemanu restaurant. 

The next day, work off the calories at the fitness center or explore the island of Bora Bora by bike. Snorkeling is fabulous in the blue waters of the lagoon. Complimentary activities include wind surfing and boating. A number of other activities can also be arranged, including scuba diving, catamaran cruises, para sailing, and glass bottom boat trips.

The French Polynesian islands enjoy a tropical climate with average temperatures around 76 degrees Fahrenheit in July and 81.3 degrees in March. From Los Angeles, the flight to Tahiti takes 7.5 hours, offered by Air France or Air New Zealand. Fly to International airport in Papeete, Tahiti, and transfer to a domestic airline (Air Tahiti or Wan Air) for a 40-minute flight to Bora Bora. A private launch transports guests from the airport to Bora Bora Lagoon Resort.


  • Unique sunrise/sunset point on Motu Toopua, a small road less coral island in Bora Bora 's lagoon
  • Spectacular views of Bora bora's volcanic mountains
  • Only resort on the island


  • All built in the traditional Tahitian Fare style with an extra touch of luxury
  • All bungalows have a king-size bed, separate bath and shower, telephone, mini-bar, multi-channel TV, sun deck
  • Overwater bungalows have glass-bottom coffee tables and private steps to lagoon with fresh water shower facility.
  • Check-out time is 12.00 noon


  • Spectacular views and international cuisine in the overwater restaurant, the Otemanu
  • Similar breathtaking views at the Hiro Lounge and Bistro
  • Poolside cocktail service
  • Informal BBQ lunch by the pool at the Cafe Fare
  • Weekly Tahitian Feast, with specialties like roast suckling pig, local delicacies and fresh fish from the lagoon.


  • Fresh water swimming pool (160 ft long)*
  • Tennis courts*
  • Volleyball*
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling*
  • Water-skiing
  • Windsurfing, sailing*
  • Outrigger canoeing*
  • Pedal-boat*
  • Glass bottom boat
  • Catamaran cruises around island
  • 4x4 Jeep safari
  • Deep-sea fishing
  • Shark feeding excursion
  • Para-sailing
  • Lagoonarium
  • Special game room and library*
  • Massage
  • Fitness Center*