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Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is situated beachfront on its own private motu (islet), facing a calm, clear lagoon. Mount Otemanu, the Lagoonarium outdoor aquarium, and Polynesian stone temples are all about 30 minutes away via boat.
A white-sand beach leads to the lagoon. Use of kayaks, paddle boards, snorkeling gear, and outrigger canoes is complimentary. The resort also features an inner lagoon sanctuary; a marine biologist leads sanctuary activities such as snorkeling tours and fish feeding. A wave-shaped infinity pool overlooks the ocean. At the full-service spa, treatments incorporate organic seaweed-based Osea products and French Polynesia botanicals. The spa also features an outdoor vitality pool, an aroma hammam, and separate relaxation areas for men and women. The resort has four restaurants. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily, and dinner experiences, such as romantic dinners for two on the beach, can also be arranged.
The resort offers overwater bungalows perched on stilts above the lagoon, and spacious villas arrayed along a stretch of beach. Views encompass the lagoon and Mount Otemanu. Accommodations have thatched roofs, high ceilings, and teakwood furnishings. Bungalows feature furnished decks with ladders leading to the lagoon. Villas come with private pools. All bungalows and villas include plasma TVs, WiFi access, and marble bathrooms with separate showers and deep soaking tubs.