FRENCH POLYNESIA – BORA BORA
The Conrad Bora Bora Nui is a luxury tropical getaway recommended by the Forbes Travel Guide. It’s located in French Polynesia, on the southwest end of Motu To’opua, facing out toward the open ocean.
Read on to know what to expect, from the stay to the food to all the things you can do in this tropical paradise.
Beautiful Views from Your Room… Guaranteed
Conrad Bora Bora Nui covers 16 acres and offers a range of options to suit every traveler’s needs. While most guests stay in over-water bungalows, there are also beachfront, garden, and hillside accommodations available.
Regardless of which suite you choose, you’ll have the perfect little private oasis. Each room features modern amenities, a minibar, private pools, and breathtaking views of the clear turquoise waters, and the majestic Mount Otemanu.
Casual Lounges to Fine Dining Outlets
Conrad Bora Bora Nui boasts five delightful restaurants, each with its own unique ambiance and menu:
- Tarava Pool Bar
- Upa Upa Lounge Bar
- Tamura Beach Grill
Whether you crave authentic Polynesian flavors, gourmet seafood, or international dishes with a local twist, the resort’s expert chefs will ensure you have an unforgettable dining experience.
A Godly Spa
No luxury resort experience is complete without a rejuvenating spa, and Conrad Bora Bora Nui delivers on this front as well. The spa is situated amidst lush tropical gardens, offering a serene escape from reality in a one-of-a-kind setting. The Hina Spa is named after the goddess Hina, who is legendary as the ambassador of beauty, charm, sweetness, and well-being.
You can indulge in a range of holistic treatments, massages, and facials using local ingredients and ancient Polynesian techniques. Let the therapeutic fragrances and healing touch transport you to a state of blissful relaxation.
Other Recommended Destinations
Conrad Bora Bora Nui provides complimentary equipment for a variety of water sports. such as snorkeling, kayaking, and paddleboarding. So, you can explore the vibrant marine life just beneath the surface any way you choose.
You can also take a boat ride to Motu Tapu, the most photographed islet in the South Pacific. Access is only available to guests of Conrad Bora Bora Nui. The islet provides the perfect setting for a romantic picnic and champagne sunsets.
Maybe you’re more of a land creature, and that’s OK, too. Besides the beaches with clear blue waters, the resort offers opportunities to explore the lush rainforests and hidden waterfalls through hiking expeditions. Head off on a guided tour and let the knowledgeable local guides introduce you to the unique flora and fauna of Bora Bora.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You should fly into Faa’a International Airport (PPT) and take a 45-minute flight to Bora Bora (BOB). From there, Conrad Bora Bora Nui can only be accessed by boat. The resort does provide direct airport-to-hotel transfer for an additional charge.
The best time to visit is between May and October, outside of the rainy season, where you’re likely to experience nothing but sunny skies.
Yes! Besides the watersports mentioned in the blog, there is also a play area and other activities in the resort catered for children.
About the Author
Hosanna Nitro is an aspiring young traveler from New Jersey. She took a gap year in-between her bachelor’s degree and took the opportunity to travel all over Europe, visiting major cities such as Prague, Vienna, and Berlin. She’s been to 10 different European countries and intends to see more.
While her stay in each country was short, Hosanna indulged in all the architecture and history that each place had to offer. From biking through London to visiting the remnants of the Berlin Wall to getting lost wandering the streets of Venice, Hosanna enjoys exploring all there is to see and sharing her experiences with readers.