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Le Meridien Bora Bora

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Le Meridien Bora Bora


 
 
 
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Le Meridien Bora Bora - Le Meridien Bora Bora. Copyright Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

Allow our timeless island beauty to surround and entertain you all while immersing yourself in all that is Le Meridien Bora Bora.

Bora Bora is a small island thick with coconut forests and colorful villages and surrounded by miles of fine, white sandy beaches and crystal clear, turquoise water as far as the eye can see.

One of the most original and intriguing hotel complexes on the island, Le Méridien Bora Bora is located on the southern point of Motu Piti Aau, a 10-kilometer-long islet on a coral reef. The resort offers unsurpassed views of world-renowned Mount Otemanu - at 725 meters, it is the island's highest point.



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Welcome and "Ia Orana" to Le Méridien Bora Bora...Completely renovated in 2010 in a contemporary and elegant design, this luxury resort is set on a magnificent islet surrounded by the most beautiful lagoon in the world and offers stunning sights over Mount "Otemanu".

Only 20 minutes from the airport the resort is only accessible by boat. Regular shuttles brings you to the main island in only 5 minutes.

The resort offers a combination of outstanding bungalows and villa suites, from beach or lagoon bungalows to the most romantic over-water bungalows featuring a large glass floor with amazing views of the lagoon and its marine life. All bungalows have chic and modern furniture, full facilities and the flavour of the Polynesian culture. For more intimacy, explore our pool beach suites or indulge yourself in the pool beach villas, offering 2 rooms and a private infinity pool overlooking the inner lagoon of the resort.

For delight cuisine and culture, the hotel recommends its buffet restaurant at "Le Tipanier", its lovely decor with sandy bottom floor at the restaurant "Te Ava" or its finest gourmet "a la carte" at "Le Tiare" joining Polynesian and international flavour.

Discover the turtle sanctuary at Le Méridien Bora Bora, home to numerous marine turtles. This center works in an environmental effort to protect the species and the resort is proud to add its contribution in saving them.

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Review date:   September 17, 2017 12:02AM
 
Review:   Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful places on the planet. The overwater bungalow's are something not to be missed, if you like the water. We had a dinner delivered by canoe, to our patio. Very nice. :)
 
Author:   Lance Anderson
 
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Review date:   August 25, 2017 10:18PM
 
Review:   Best holiday/vacation I've ever taken in my life. You have to get a room over the ocean to check out the glass floor. The lagoon is stunning, the food is pricey, but good. Don't forget to check out the turtle sanctuary and rescue area.
 
Author:   Jason Brown
 
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Review date:   July 15, 2017 4:29PM
 
Review:   Our honeymoon was “punk’d”- not for lack of funds or planning but because of poor choice in resorts. Our story is a little long but worthwhile if you value your money and health at all. You can see the full story on our Facebook review. 1. Food made us super sick on separate days. I fell ill on the first day, my husband on the 3rd day. Most entrees are fish (raw or seared). Not what you want when you are sick. 2. They ignore any requests you make. I.e. Far bungalow (even when willing to pay), simple updates on excursions they book for you, simple medications are not available on resort. They promise a honeymoon package and don't deliver it. 3. Turn-down service is non-existent. Rooms are filthy! 4. Staff is simply an army of morons. No common sense or experience in providing top tier service. I would have received better service and cleaner rooms at a motel 6. Update: We wrote this descriptive letter to see what the resort would offer to make us whole again. Pleasant Holidays, agency we booked through, offered a whopping $400 voucher for a future trip. This figure isn't even 5% of what we invested in this trip. Le Meridien offered nothing saying that we should have alerted them of the issues when we were there- which we did and they offered no help even then. This place is a train-wreck. Go to Saint Regis or the Intercontinental if you want any hope of a good time!
 
Author:   Stewart Law CS
 
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Review date:   May 7, 2017 10:32PM
 
Review:   Amazing hotel with amazing views of the main island. Nice overwater bungalows (although a bit aged) but enough space. The hotel itself deserve five stars, not the cheapest nor the most expensive but it delivers what it promises! The only downside are the restaurants, specially the main restaurant. The food is only medium class. Disappointing Polynesian buffet night (and very pricy). Mediterranean restaurant is decent.
 
Author:   Benjamin Linke
 
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Review date:   June 13, 2017 11:55PM
 
Review:   At the arrival they say "welcome to paradise.. " and it's True... marvellous landscape, sea, rooms, flowers, colours, everything..
 
Author:   Fabio Leopizzi
 
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