When you think of Bora Bora, you cannot help but think of romance and the exoticism that goes along with French Polynesia. For many, destinations like Bora Bora are a “once in a lifetime” trip, so why not spend your honeymoon in one of the most remote and scenic spots in the world?
For those looking to really get away and enjoy luxurious pampering on their honeymoon, consider the The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. The St. Regis brand is a luxury hotel and is affiliated with the Starwood Preferred Guest loyalty program.
Guest Rooms at The St. Regis in Bora Bora
The hotel offers eight different classes of rooms, ranging from a Pool Beach One Bedroom Villa, up to the Royal Estate, which has a chef’s kitchen, private beach and private pool. No matter which class of room you choose, The St. Regis offers standard room amenities like 42-inch plasma TVs, Bose DVD/CD players, mini bar, espresso/coffee maker, 24 hour room service, individual AC units, and a personal safe. Your room at the St. Regis will also include an outdoor shower, St. Regis Butler Service, nightly turndown service, and access to high speed Internet (XPF 3,000 per day).
St. Regis Hotel Amenities
The St. Regis has achieved a number of “firsts” in French Polynesia, including five over the water villas with private swimming pools suspended over the lagoon, two secluded beach villas with access to a private helicopter pad, and a world-class spa and fitness center located on its own private island.
The hotel offers a number of recreation and entertainment options including tennis courts, snorkeling, reef fishing, deep-sea fishing, and the Lagoonarium, which is a basically a snorkel through aquarium. During evening time, The St. Regis offers a Polynesian Dinner Show and other live entertainment.
Miri Miri Spa
The Miri Miri Spa offers numerous massage options, facial treatments, hand and foot care, and other body treatments. The 13,000 square foot spa is located on a private beach with direct access to the Lagoonarium, and was named one of the “Top 15 to Watch” by Travel + Leisure Magazine in their 2006 World’s Best issue.
Spa treatments at Miri Miri combine a blend of traditional and contemporary Tahitian and Pacific Rim treatments, using local beauty products such as monoi oil, tamanu oil, pure mother of pearl, and luminescent pearl powder.
Dining Options at The St. Regis Bora Bora
Although you are in a truly remote part of the world, you still have a number of excellent dining options during your stay in Bora Bora. Most people check out the legendary Bloody Mary’s on the main island of Bora Bora, but the resort offers some of the best food in French Polynesia. Dining options at The St. Regis include:
* Te Pahu: Mediterranean Grill open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Te Pahu features an open kitchen and beachside dining.
* Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges: This dinner only restaurant is suspended over the water and features views of Mount Otemanu, while offering one of the finest gastronomic experiences all of French Polynesia.
* Aparima: Swim-up poolside bar with seating for 10 in the water.
*Sushi Take Restaurant: The first sushi and sake restaurant in Bora Bora. Open for dinner only six nights a week (closed Sundays), Sushi Take offers an excellent variety of sushi, seafood, and of course, sake.
To book your honeymoon at The St. Regis Resort in Bora Bora, see their website for more information, specials, and online reservations.