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Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa

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View from a beach bungalow


 
 
 
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View from a beach bungalow - Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa. Copyright Michael Cottam.

This resort is located on the island Motu Tevairoa, 10 minutes by boat from the Bora Bora airport, 15 minutes from the main city of Bora Bora Vaitape, and offers 50 overwater bungalows, 10 beach bungalow suites and 20 garden pool suites.



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Overview



At the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort you can discover the sparkling magic of the lagoon, admire the awe-inspiring Mount Otemanu while luxuriating in the peace and tranquility of the surroundings.

Bora Bora, with a lagoon resembling an artist' s palette of blues and greens, is love at first sight. Honeymooners and romantics from around the world have laid claim to this island where the castle-like Mount Otemanu pierces the sky. Lush tropical slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, while palm-covered motu circle the lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters where impossibly colored fish animate the coral gardens.

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Review date:   May 19, 2013 2:31PM
 
Review:   Recommended for: Honeymoons, anniversaries

Pros: This is probably my favorite resort in Bora Bora. It combines a real Polynesian feel and style in the bungalows, a beautiful pool, lovely grounds, and an absolutely amazing setting for the spa--on a little island in the middle of a lily pad pond...truly spectacular and romantic.

Cons: None.

 
Travel Agent:  
Michael Cottam, Bright Yonder   Michael Cottam
Bright Yonder
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Review date:   February 5, 2018 2:59PM
 
Review:   Very elegant. One of the nicer hotels on Bora Bora very clear water in a very bright Sunny day very well very hot milk in the bottom of the amazing beauty In the depths of the lagoon inhabited by Barracuda and sharks,
 
Author:   Oleg Kosarevski
 
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Review date:   November 24, 2017 7:25PM
 
Review:   Great place with fun activities. Only reason for the four star is food and prices marked up for tourist but can't be too mad. People were friendly and the beach was amazing!
 
Author:   James Rodriguez
 
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Review date:   January 19, 2018 3:46AM
 
Review:   The service is very nice and staff is very helpful. Facility is a bit dated but its still very charming and has an authentic feel to it.
 
Author:   kenneth chen
 
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Review date:   January 12, 2018 11:07AM
 
Review:   If anyone is looking for great deals on hotels go to HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... Remote motu (Motu Tevairoa) that is not surrounded by other hotel chains as Le Meridien, Four Seasons, St. Regis, Thalasso, etc, so there's a feeling of quiet and isolation. Absolutely love the Polynesian themed bungalows and its fantastic, friendly staff. We got the view facing Mount Otemanu, which is easily the way to go. It's on the side that edges out further into the lagoon, which is ideal (after a storm, debris can collect to the shore, which is not ideal, and can take a bit for the staff to clean timely -- you won't have this problem with the Mount Otemanu facing side, or the ones that are further out into the lagoon). This place has three main food location (Tevairoa, Miki Miki, Taurerea Sushi Restaurant). Miki Miki Restaurant has happy hour and live music most evenings while you dine and also overlooks part of the beach. Excellent buffet breakfast at Tevairoa Restaurant consisting of made-to-order benedicts, eggs, and omelettes. Also contain French toast, crepes, French pastries (croissant with chocolate inside, currant buns, etc). Taurearea Restaurant at time of writing is at ~$60 for sushi combo consisting of two small rolls (6 California roll sized pieces) and 2 piece of nigiri. It tastes good, but definitely not for the price (easily better sushi in CA and Japan for way cheaper). This place has a great spa location that feels remote. Kayaking, pedal, and paddle boarding are all free of charge. Has a small coral reef garden that is a nursery area, but you can snorkel a bit. However, if you explore the area to the right of the bungalow and beach (South West), there's a huge shallow area (3-5 feet) and semi-deep area (5-10 feet) that stretches for a good quarter mile or so where you can snorkel and explore a lot of awesome local reefs. However if you want a much better experience, the guided snorkel adventure "Pure Snorkeling" can't be beat. We did ours with "Reef Discovery" but I'm sure the rest are just as great with small differences and perks here and there. Overall, this is an awesome location. Just about any resort offers stunning views, especially of the lagoon, with different shades of blue that dictates cut off points for various depth of water. It depends on what side of the mountain you want to see, or the various amenities and services offered, and proximity to other important things to you. We found Pearl Beach to fit our needs perfectly.
 
Author:   Dustin Harding
 
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Review date:   December 31, 2017 10:00PM
 
Review:   Very elegant. One of the nicer hotels on Bora Bora and a decent price. Still the best 2 are the St Regis and Four Seasons.
 
Author:   John Duke Dennis
 
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