The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

Location: French Polynesia | French Polynesia

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort brings sophisticated flair to the tropical hideaway of Bora Bora, and is effortlessly chic and fashionable, with stunning accommodation and a beautiful setting: nestled on a stunning palm-fringed islet and surrounded by a lagoon that is home to stingrays and colourful fish, its location also takes some beating. Paradise awaits...

Perfect forStylish trendsetters after the perfect Bora Bora getaway.
In the knowGo snorkelling in the resort's Lagoonarium, a private sanctuary for tropical fish and coral, including the distinctive Napoleon fish. Join feeding time, and find out more about the exotic marine life from a local biologist.

Recommended for...

  • Luxury Hotel
  • Chic Design
  • Setting & Views
  • Beach

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort sits in 44 acres of tropical landscapes, surrounded by a lagoon and overlooking the crystal-clear waters and the craggy peaks of Mount Otemanu. This is simply a postcard-perfect setting in Bora Bora.

Rooms at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

You can choose to stay in a luxurious villa on the beach or over the water. All are exceptionally spacious, with gorgeous views, and some also come with their own pools. Featuring traditional Polynesian style such as thatched roofs, they seamlessly fuse local materials, sculptures and artwork with the style and elegance you would expect from St Regis, and make the most of their location with touches such as outdoor showers. You can also enjoy Italian marble bathrooms and hi-tech extras such as 50-inch plasma TVs and surround sound systems.

The secluded beach villas are surrounded by palm trees, while the overwater villas have direct access to the turquoise waters of the lagoon. We love the glass viewing panels, which mean you can glimpse the water and its colourful marine life below, even from inside your villa. 

Food & Drink

There are several restaurants offering a variety of delicious dining options, from local Polynesian specialities to international favourites such as Asian and Italian cuisine. Dine in style at The Lagoon by Jean-Georges restaurant, which has an overwater outdoor terrace with glass panels, so you can watch the fish glide below as you eat. Be sure to try the St. Regis Bloody Mary at the Aparima Bar, a watermelon-themed variation on the classic cocktail, accompanied by live music.

For a more intimate dining experience, make the most of the signature St. Regis hospitality and have your butler serve you a delicious meal in the privacy of your own villa.

Facilities

Head the tennis court if you fancy a match, and there’s also a 24-hour fitness centre for a further workout. Cool off with a swim, followed by a cocktail at the swim-up bar. For a spot of indulgence, pamper yourself in the world-class spa, which is set on its very own islet and has saunas, steam rooms and a Jacuzzi.

Activities at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

There’s a vast array of water sports, including kayaking, sailing and diving beneath the waves with sharks and stingrays, or borrow one of the resort’s bicycles to explore the island. Alternatively, simply relax on the white sands, followed by a leisurely sunset cocktail cruise - the perfect way to end an idyllic day. If you are travelling with your family, the kids club will keep children entertained.

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Hotel location

The St. Regis Resort Bora Bora can be reached via a 50-minute flight from Tahiti to Bora Bora, followed by a short 15-minute scenic boat ride. You can also arrive by private helicopter.

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