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Our second trip to Bora Bora. Previous hotel, Hotel Bora Bora, wiped out from hurricane 5 years ago. travel agent recommended this property and we were not disappointed. this is a a fine location on southern end of the island. From the time you arrive and are greeted by the staff . you are in paradise. The staff is first rate. Well versed in the hospitality and intricacies of visitor comfort. From Kevin at the reception desk when we arrived in the am to Stephan at the concierge desk with his tremendous staff you are treated with the utmost courtesy and professionalism. Close to restaurants that are fantastic that provide pick up and return to the property. Many within 10 minutes. All excellent..Breakfast buffet on property is very good.. servers and staff very efficient, pleasant and efficient. OTW bungalows are fantastic. Comfortable and spacious. Overall, this was a very pleasant experience having been here 10 years ago. Will definately go back.
"Wonderful, beautiful and friendly "
This place was fantastic. The over the water bungalow was large and beautiful. The resort grounds were impeccably maintained and the staff were absolutely wonderful. We stayed for 5 days and had a great time every day (even the second day when it rained) The views from everywhere at this resort are just wonderful. Highly recommend!
This place is a gem in Bora Bora paradise. The staff were very friendly and engaging. We had the beach bungalow that was amazing. A couples' paradise. We've been in many hotels this certainly has a 5 star character. I highly recommend this place to stay in Bora Bora. Great location too.
"Anniversary in Bora Bora."
We're celebrating our anniversary at the Intercontinental Bora Bora le Moana Resort. The resort, area, scenery and staff are wonderful. Our over water bungalow is phenomenal with access to snorkeling and a great white beach. The meals are superb and the friendly staff are exceptionall. Highly recommend this resort.
"50th Birthday Wish come true"
7 years ago I told my husband and brothers that I wanted to go to Bora Bora for my 50th birthday; that wish came true. We spent 5 nights in Moorea and 5 nights in Bora Bora. We found the staff to be extremely accommodating and friendly at the Intercontinental like most of the people on the islands. The views were breath taking and the food was fantastic. We ventured out to some of the restaurants on both islands which was a real treat. One in particular stood out for us in Moorea due to the fantastic food and wonderful server Gaylianne. We returned twice to the Tiahura in Moorea as we thoroughly enjoyed the fresh taste of French Polynesian food and the energetic company of our server. We also ate twice at the Lucky House in Bora Bora right next to the resort which was a nice treat too. We did some of the excursions and had Spa treatments at both resorts (the Thalasso was amazing). We found the food pricey but it was very good everywhere we went for the most part. One thing I noticed right away was the floral fragrance on the island, it was wonderful and like nothing I have encountered anywhere in the Caribbean. I definitely would recommend to anyone wanting a true exotic experience to go the the French Polynesian islands and experience a little piece of paradise. The only thing that was a bit of a challenge for us was the time to get there and back. We flew from Toronto to LA, laid over for 10 hours then a flight to Papeete Tahiti, a ferry to Morrea and then a flight to Bora Bora and of course back again. The only thing I would have done differently is spent a night in LA going and coming to give to get some rest from the long journey. The ATV tours were great so was swimming with the Sharks and Rays. The fish outside your huts were amazing too. I am not sure how we can ever top this vacation going forward. One last thing brush up on your french and enjoy a romantic dance on your deck under the stars like we did.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM