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Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island

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Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island


 
 
 
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Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island - Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island. Copyright Sofitel Luxury Hotels.

Please join us for a Magnifique voyage to a pristine islet in the shimmering South Pacific where the natural beauty of French Polynesia meets the French art de vivre. Life is Magnifique in Bora Bora.



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Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island


 
 
 
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Overview



Find intimacy romance and natural beauty in a Bora Bora luxury hotel unlike any other. Sofitel Bora Pora Private Island is located on a lush islet in the crystal lagoon of Bora Bora. Embark on an unforgettable honeymoon or the holiday of a lifetime.

On arrival at the airport our host whisks you through shimmering blue waters on a 20-minute cruise to our private motu or island. From the private island resort enjoy 360- degree views of endless ocean the island of Bora Bora and Mt Otemanu.

Nature meets stylish luxury in the design of each bungalow villa and inviting resort venue. Pandanus thatch towers over sumptuous beds and plasma screen TVs. Stone tiled bathrooms offer up luxe French bath elixirs.

Step directly into the lagoon from an Island Luxury Overwater Bungalow. Luxuriate in the quintessential Bora Bora experience as you float over the crystal clear waters of the South Pacific within your Polynesian bungalow complete with lavish indulgences.

Experience the soothing touch of an outdoor massage while surrounded by the beauty of a private island. Relax mind body and spirit with holistic wellness treatments in a pristine natural setting.
Strike a peaceful pose with yoga sessions on a white sand beach. Swim clear lagoon waters immersing yourself in the pure majesty of Bora Bora.

Snorkel the coral garden just offshore and glimpse the colours wildlife and avant-garde natural art of the reef. Kayak the sea as Polynesians have done for centuries. Explore Bora Bora and its surrounding waters in a range of activities and excursions.

For weddings and other private events the island and its 21 bungalows are available for exclusive bookings. Alone together or with your closest loved ones experience the Pearl of Pacific with the luxury of Sofitels private island retreat.

Google Reviews



About Google Reviews: recently Google has converted their review system to require reviewers to have a proper, identifiable Google+ profile. This is a good thing, as it tends to cut down on bad reviews, both from people unwilling to stand behind their comments and fake positive reviews from the businesses themselves. Old, pre-Google+ reviews are still in the system, and will appear below as written by "A Google User". More info from Google is here.


Review date:   August 10, 2018 6:16PM
 
Review:   This resort is best for those who wany more privacy as there are only 20 rooms available on the island. The private beach has significantly less people than resorts on the main land. The views are stunning and I heard this resort is the best to see marine life. I've seen baby sharks swim past the room and swam with the fishes at the coral next to the rooms. The 2 major issues here are the wifi and the breakfast. The wifi is constantly going out randomly and makes it frustrating trying to do work or do research about the island. The breakfast is lackluster. There were small flies at the fruit/cold station. Also, there was no toaster for the bread station. There was no chef at the egg station when we arrived (we were the first guests at 7am). They later came to our table to take orders for eggs but it took much longer than it should have because at this point there were multiple tables seated. Luckily, we are able to have breakfast at the mainland resort Sofitel Marara. We are going to try the breakfast there today.
 
Author:   Daniel Han
 
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Review date:   March 21, 2018 7:05AM
 
Review:   Pure Paradise. Overwater bungalows are a must so you can snorkel around your room. Quick boat ride to the main island as well to access Sofitel Marara.
 
Author:   Adam Brown
 
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Review date:   January 29, 2018 5:19PM
 
Review:   Is this place pet friendly? Other than that which i don't know this place is awesome. Owner if you can get back to me asap. Thanks
 
Author:   Jaxon Minor
 
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Review date:   February 22, 2018 2:35AM
 
Review:   It is awesome. A completely different experience than I have ever had.
 
Author:   Jared Holland
 
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Review date:   February 20, 2018 5:06PM
 
Review:   Staff went to every length to increase the quality of my stay. The views and beach access was spectacular and later in the evening they usually have different performances. Bit far from the historical sites but close to the marara beach. Room service was very well managed and come at later times in the morning and early afternoon to clean, restock the mini bar and increase sleeping-in potential, making for a mostly undisturbed stay if you explore and participate in activities. The breakfast was wonderful with many tropical varieties available. It is also cheaper to take a taxi from vaitape, Versuses the hotel's boat transfer, which only becomes necessary if your plan to stay on the private island. The staff speak at least 2+ languages so language barrier is not as much of an issue. Bugs did not present an issue here as I've only ran into 2 mosquitos during my time here. I will definitely be returning.
 
Author:   Jordan Chandanais
 
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