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The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

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Motu Ome'e BP 506, 98730 French Polynesia
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#2 of 17 hotels in Bora Bora
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The exclusive St. Regis Bora Bora Resort is 44-acre resort located in Bora Bora, French Polynesia, an island paradise. Our elite accommodation offering villas over the crystal waters of the South Pacific features the 13,000 sq ft Miri Miri spa and Lagoon Restaurant by Jean Georges.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Pool
Free breakfast
Beach
Bicycles available
Babysitting
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Public wifi
Internet
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Sauna
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Private pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Canoeing
Diving
Tennis court
Entertainment staff
Fishing
Kids club
Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Spa
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Massage
Baggage storage
Concierge
Currency exchange
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  • HOTEL CLASS
    5 stars
  • HOTEL STYLE
    Lagoon View, Marina View
  • Languages Spoken
    Chinese
  • NUMBER OF ROOMS
    90
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There was nothing that wasn’t perfect during our five night stay. OK, maybe the provided bicycles could’ve been a bit better. The butler service, the morning French press coffee, the beach, the spa, the incredibly friendly and helpful staff were unbelievable. We did not want to leave. Although we were here during the rainy season. It hardly ever rained during the daytime. The weather was absolutely perfect. Did I mention the stunning sunsets and the great snorkeling? Bring an under water camera if you come.
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Response from StRegisBoraBora, General Manager at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
Responded 6 days ago
Dear MkMD11, Thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful comments about your recent stay at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. We look forward to welcoming you back very soon, with warm regards from the Management Team. Kind regards, Richard SCHILLING General Manager
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If you are looking for an amazing experience this is your hotel. The staff at St. Regis are exceptional when it comes to taking care of the customer. We were greeted by our personal butler who provided us all the resort details, addressed us by name in passing, called us to give us three different departure options, including pricing, met us at our boat on departure day and stayed and waved goodbye until we were out of sight. The villas were a little dated. They still had the same design from when the movie Couples Retreat was filmed there. But, the views were out of this world. They had daily activities, bicycles for guest, beach equipment, and a spa were we could do morning yoga and book a massage. There are different dinning options available. The restaurant staff always greeted us by name and ensured that our food allergies were known to the restaurant staff. Every meal was delicious especially the Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges. We dinned on, out of this world, fish dishes while watching the sharks swim beneath us. The resort has an area where you can swim with the fish. You can purchase fish food from the resort and enjoy seeing all the beautiful, colorful fish swimming around you. Snorkeling gear is available. We brought our own gear and recommend it. The experience here at St. Regis is well worth the money!
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Response from StRegisBoraBora, General Manager at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
Responded 6 days ago
Ia Orana, Dear Tricia143, Many thanks for your feedback, exceeding our Guests' expectations gives us enormous satisfaction! Your description of a wonderful experience will be shared with our Team with pride. Your comments about villas are noted and we are pleased to let you know that we are working on furniture's renovation. Mauruuru once more for your recommendation. Kind regards, Richard SCHILLING
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My husband and I visited in May of 2019 for our anniversary. This hotel was amazing. The in person beauty is undesirable. I didn’t think it could be more beautiful than the pictures you see, but it really is. You could tell that they prided themselves in top of the line service. We loved the butler service and utilized for our morning coffee. They were always prompt with golf cart pick up, bring us bikes or snorkel equipment, and just in general! We chose to eat all of our meals on site. We have certain food allergies we mentioned the first night that they passed along to other restaurants. The hotel celebrated our anniversary multiple nights with desert and flowers. We particularly enjoyed the lagoon but also liked the pool bar food (specifically the steak!). All in all it was an incredible stay and the hotel was incredible. My husband and I are Hilton honors members but used some of my old Marriott and SPG points from business trips to book this trip and we felt as though the service surpasses that of the Waldorf’s we have stayed in. I highly recommend this hotel.
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This will be a two part review, since we went twice and just never got around to reviewing the first time. In both cases, we went through an agency: “Pacific for Less” (I will refer to as PfL from here on). FIRST TRIP (our honeymoon - Aug. 2014, 10 nights): Coming from Eastern Canada (Montreal), it’s a long flight to Papeete/Tahiti (the first stop before the inter-island flight to Bora Bora) so after all that, it was a nice touch that the agency has people to greet you there, help you with luggage, and direct you to the right part of the airport for the inter-island flight to Bora Bora. Upon arrival on Bora Bora, the hotel has its own booth at the airport there and they will greet you with refreshments (bottled water & chilled towel) and will take care of your luggage. Again, after 16+ hours of flights and airports, it helps with getting reinvigorated. You then board a boat shuttle that takes you from the airport directly to the hotel. All to say that, the moment you get to French Polynesia, you feel as though you have everything taken care of for you and that the rest will be smooth sailing. When we booked the trip with PfL, we really had our hearts set for one bungalow in particular and let them know how important it was to us. While it couldn’t be guaranteed, Claudia did her best to work with the St. Regis to make it happen and, to our utter delight, managed to get it for us! A big thank you to her for starting us off on the right foot like that. On top of that, she was able to get us a superb rate from Air Canada to LAX with our luggage checked in all the way to our destination. Next, the St. Regis itself was like a dream: we felt as though we had a whole island to ourselves because the property was huge and there appeared to be relatively few guests that stayed at all at once, at least when we went. Everything was so well manicured every day: from dead leaves being picked off the grounds of the property to the beach sand being raked every day. And the view on Mount Otemanu with the lagoon in between made us really feel as though we were in a secluded paradise. The service was also exceptional. We never had to ask for anything twice, and the hotel provided some nice touches to highlight that it was our honeymoon with a complimentary daily dose of their hand-crafted pastries. Their advice as to where to eat outside of the resort was also spot-on, especially when we asked them for a restaurant that was more local, where we were treated to some of the island’s specialties at a quaint snack-bar called “Tipi-Rai” located on the property of the woman who ran it (I could write a whole review on that one). It was really practical that there were almost hourly boat shuttles between the St. Regis and the main island so getting to your reservation on time was a breeze and free of charge. On the main island, the St. Regis had its own dock for those shuttles with a mini-bungalow with drinking water and a direct line to the hotel, a nice touch. Also, what was great was that the butler who was assigned to us almost always followed up to ask if their suggestions were any good. Better still, when we described the less-than-stellar service we got for one of their suggested off-resort restaurants (“Yacht Club”), our butler offered us a bottle of champagne to make up for it, even though the poor experience was completely out of their control! In general, the staff are always friendly and helpful, from the groundskeepers all the way up to the head butler, and will often if not always ask what they can do to make the experience better. For example, we arrived at the St. Regis early in the day after our long trip and did not eat much and, even though the breakfast buffet is not included on the first day, our butler made an exception. Speaking of food, the breakfast buffet alone had a great selection of both local food (like the raw fish with tomato, cucumber and coconut milk), French food (like pastries and still the best French toast a.k.a. “Pain Perdu” I’ve ever had) and the usual American-style breakfast (like bacon, eggs, etc), not to mention fruits, yoghurts, etc. that offered a lot of variety every day. The resort’s restaurants that we tried were ALL terrific (the only one we didn’t try was the Italian “Far Niente”), and we especially loved The Lagoon. Lastly, plenty of activities were offered at the resort: there is a tennis court, a gym, a lagoonarium with an on-site marine biologist and the opportunity to feed the sharks there, plus beach activities like kayaking and sailing. The spa there was great, and our package included a couple’s massage, which was a great, relaxing way to kick off our honeymoon. Even after 10 nights there, we never got bored of the experience, be it activities, dining, or anything else. PfL was great too since everything in terms of getting to/from the hotel and our excursions went flawlessly and worry-free. We loved it so much and left heavy-hearted since we could have stayed even longer. On the shuttle back to the airport from the St. Regis, my wife and I promised ourselves then and there to return in 5 years, which leads me to... SECOND TRIP (5-year anniversary - Aug. 2019, 8 nights): Expectations were high as we really wanted to recreate our honeymoon bliss - no small feat by any means. We once again took PfL to task to make it happen, and this time it was Jennifer who was the agent we worked with. In the 5 years since we first went, Marriott had taken over the St. Regis from Starwood, and we noticed a few changes that made us apprehensive as to whether we would get the same level of enjoyment: 1. The room categories changed and our favourite bungalow was elevated by two categories making it MUCH more expensive (it didn’t help that all prices were in USD and the rate with the Canadian dollar shot up since our first trip). 2. Starwood offered 10 nights for the price of 7, but Marriott replaced that with 4 nights for the price of 3, so not as good a deal. 3. The regular shuttles between the hotel and its dock on the main island were less frequent (6 times per day), with only the lunchtime shuttle being free of charge. Not a big deal but worth mentioning. All to say that, while we hoped for the best, we had a feeling things wouldn’t be as good. Thankfully, our expectations were exceeded, as was the level of service since our first visit. So as not to repeat myself, everything since the first time was almost all as good, with a few things that were even better: 1. With our original bungalow no longer an option, we again were particular on our alternate bungalow of choice. Once again, PfL pulled through and managed to work with the St. Regis to get us a stunner of a bungalow that was closer to the main complex yet had an even better view. 2. Speaking of view, the small gazebos on the balcony have this awning that’s put there for privacy but, in our case, was blocking our view of Mount Otemanu. We asked our butler if it could be removed and installed on the opposite side and, sure enough, they accommodated us, and timed it so that it would be done while we were outside of the room so as not to disturb us. 3. On their own initiative, they had their pastry chef prepare us a lovely cake for our anniversary, and a generous one at that, it could have lasted us days! 4. Speaking of pastries, my wife had a favourite from our first trip in 2014 and asked if they could recreate it. While the pastry chef from then had moved on, the current one did his best to recreate it based on my wife’s description and they even kept the recipe for our return visit! All to say that we once again had the voyage of our dreams, with the St. Regis and PfL team having truly done a great job of giving us a reason to return in 2024 :) A big thanks to our butlers Sébastien & Ritchie, the St. Regis serving staff (Haitapu, Irène, Floriette and especially Suzanne) and Jennifer from Pacific for Less for yet another unforgettable experience. Tips: - If you speak French, make use of it! The locals and staff will appreciate it and you will have a chance to connect with them better: the staff are very sociable and the locals have a great sense of humour. - For the inter island flight from Papeete to Bora Bora, you can have a great view of the island/lagoon as you’re flying in. One of the things that changed from 2014 to 2019 was the side to sit on to get that view. In 2014 it was the left (port) seats, in 2019 it was the right (starboard) seats. That being the case, try to be among the first in the plane and ask the stewardess on which side to sit for the best view. - Service charges/tips are indeed included but if you do end up getting consistently exceptional service from one of the staff, then by all means tip: they will very much appreciate it, and it will show. - Start your booking 7 months in advance so you can have the best chances of having any special requests honoured. - Bring binoculars as there are spectacular views of the main island and Mount Otemanu from the bungalows that overlook it. - If you eat at the Lagoon, you MUST leave space for the chocolate fondant cake with ice cream. - If you opt for the couple’s massage, it’s nice to do within the first couple of days so as to limber up after so many flights (if you are flying in from afar). - While some days might not feel THAT hot, remember that you are in the tropic latitudes and that the sun is VERY strong and you risk burning, especially midday, so protect yourself. - Stagger any excursions/outings: alternate between relaxing days where you do everything on the resort with days when you go out and about. - Put your smartphone away and take in the surroundings, and spend your swimming time in the lagoon instead of the pool.
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Response from StRegisBoraBora, General Manager at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear bbakoc, Thank you very much for taking the time to share your valuable feedback on our Trip Advisor page after your 2 times stays. We strive to deliver exceptional experiences to our guests and delighted that we succeed to do so on this occasion. Our heartfelt thank you for your kind notes to our team, rest assured we will extend it accordingly. I look forward to having the opportunity to welcome you back at The St. Regis Bora Bora. Kind regards, Richard SCHILLING
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We had planned this trip almost one year ago and had reached out often to the concierge and reservations team with questions-requests. We have been thrilled with their attentiveness from Julio in the concierge team, along with Daphne also helping with our many requests. Upon arrival we had the privilege of meeting the GM who also took care of us nicely for a portion of our trip as titanium elite members, and we especially have fallen in love with our butler Carmen. She is astute, professional and extremely knowledgable as well as action oriented. We are loving the bungalows, the pools, the beach we have been to thus far and riding around in our bikes to get everywhere or being driven in a resort buggy. We are only on day 3, out of 10, but felt we had to share this as soon as possible to help as many travelers as we could.
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Response from StRegisBoraBora, General Manager at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
Responded Jan 22, 2020
Dear 667ajm, Thank you for taking the time to write such a complimentary review of our property and staff. We are thrilled to hear that you were pleased with our location, guest rooms and customer service during your stay in Bora Bora. I will share your feedback with Julio, Daphne, and Carmen, they will be so happy to know you felt so well taken care of during your visit. We look forward to welcoming you back again soon. Richard Schilling
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$894 - $2,573 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
Which popular attractions are close to The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Nearby attractions include Sibani Perles (3.8 miles), Arc En Ciel Bora-Bora (4.0 miles), and Mount Otemanu (2.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Corail, Bora Bora Beach Club and Restaurant, and Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and conference facilities.
Does The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.
Is The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.