Great hotel, staff, services didn’t disappoint. Classic four seasons experience. Lagoons awesome, very private, quiet property. Location amazing, rooms with plunge pool a must. Food options limited to 2 restaurants for dinner…which was OK but with the menu not really changing, wasnt as fantastic an experience (given the cost). They surprised us with wine chilling in the room on arrival, and a bottle of champagne with flowers in the room on the night of our anniversary. All in FABULOUS. Worth the cost and will visit again (with perhaps with more modest expectations on restaurants).
I don't know how to describe this place! especially this hotel! it is simply magnificent! From the moment they pick you up at the airport until the moment you check out, everything is perfect! we stayed in the room with a view of mount otemanu and it is definitely the best if you go to bora bora! the food, the service, the drinks everything is perfect! Without a doubt, it would be my top choice if I return to Bora Bora! If you choose four seasons bora bora you won’t regret it!
We had the privilege to spend eight days in the Four Seasons Bora Bora A truly special hotel , where you are so much more that just another client. The staff and management are absolutely impeccable. Friendly , courteous , efficient , the food to die for and the resort pristine We went for supper to other resorts and came back thinking we definitely made the right choice staying at FS BB We will be back ! Thank you for a truly special holiday !
First time in Bora Bora. Spent 6 nights at the Four Seasons celebrating our 25th anniversary. Of course, the location is absolutely stunning. The resort itself is very beautiful and generally well maintained. Overall, our stay was very good, however, we’ve had better experiences at other FS (Maui, Punta Mita) and similar hotels. It’s really the location and overwater bungalows that make this FS so special. Food was just average for a FS. See my OpenTable review of Arii Moana on 9/21/22. The Asian fusion restaurant (Vaimiti) was the best restaurant on the resort. We ate there twice and enjoyed it both times. The special Friday night "Fish House dinner" was decent and an enormous amount of food. The daily breakfast buffet was solid. Service at restaurants, in general, felt understaffed and just average even though the mostly local French Polynesian staff are very friendly and accommodating. Service around the beach and pool was also not to FS standards in our opinion. It was generally slow and not very attentive. We ordered a snack and a bottle of wine at the beach one day and while the food came within minutes, the wine came out about 30 minutes later. We asked for towels on another occasion and the attendant said “we ran out”. We didn’t notice any of the “extras“ (hydrating drink shots, cold face towels, snacks, etc) you normally see at high-end resorts other than one small fruit skewer one afternoon. On a more positive note, the resort doesn’t appear to be overly concerned with guests consuming their own beverages/snacks at the beach/pool area which is a nice break given the price of food and beverage at the resort. Nightlife was basically nonexistent but we knew that going in so no issue there. The resort was actually “testing” some live music acts while we were there. The “karaoke” duo was excellent! The resort “app” was hit or miss with some requests being responded to immediately; others not at all. We didn’t use the spa services but the resort allows all guests to use the two beautiful hot tubs in the spa area which we did and enjoyed. When we return to Bora Bora, we would certainly consider the Four Seasons again. However, we would also be inclined to more seriously consider other resorts in the area.…
The room with a view to the mountain was absolutely stunning. It is as good as it was advertised and shown in media. The place, all areas, was kept very clean. Every staff would greet you with a smile. My wife and I really enjoyed our stay. It is not cheap but worth the experience. We highly receommend it.
We decided to travel from London all the way to Bora Bora and it was the best decision we have done in a long long time. Everything is perfection! From the welcoming staff at the airport to the transfer by boat to the stunning resort, you know you are in for a treat. The rooms are mind blowing with an incredible infinity pool and you private access to the sea, you get snorkels and swimming googles in case you forgot them. The lagoon sanctuary is absolutely out of this world with the amount of marine live you can see. The food is ever so nice and so fresh but for me the most important is how accommodating, professional and friendly all the staff is at this resort making your stay even more magical if possible
The Four Seasons is truly a five star resort. The overwater bungalow is truly a bucket list item and exceeded expectations. Be aware that there is a current so it is not easy to swim from the bungalow - luckily we had a delightful infinity pool. Which was fabulous. I highly recommend at least one in-dining meal. Eating dinner on the deck while watching sunset is amazing.
We had the most amazing time at the four seasons resort! Everyone was so accommodating! This was truly one of the best vacations I’ve ever had! From the front desk housekeeping concierge the spa everyone was so helpful and kind. Røste was nothing less than excellent ! I will definitely return to Four Seasons in the future!
Having stayed in multiple 5star « + » hotels in recent years, I did not think I could still be impressed by a hotel. I was wrong. On top of a simply sublime property, the four seasons exceeds all one needs’ in terms of service, anticipation, and reactivity to guest needs. The beach is fantastic, the views amazing, and the food good (for French polynesia - where you will quickly find that nowhere has amazing food). You feel immensely welcomed and looked after from the moment you step in until the moment you leave. Only negatives: I would advise that guests be careful when choosing an ‘Otemanu facing’ room as in ours you could only really see the mountain from the deck, and after a general look around it appears to be an issue for most villas. Additionally, and sadly, the four seasons takes ginormous mark-ups on all water based activities, to the point that even for the most well-off among us it is worth booking yours through external contractors rather than through the hotel ($350 bucks for a two tank dive comes to mind - simply unheard of). We very much enjoyed our stay and would heartily recommend it.…
We absolutely made the right choice in picking the Four Seasons to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary. The resort was beautiful with views galore, most especially of Mt. Otemanu. Our Over the Water Bungalow Lagoon View room was well-appointed and lovely. The cleanliness of the resort and how they maintained such a standard throughout the day is impressive. What's even more impressive is the level of service. The entire staff is so hospitable and really made you feel genuinely welcomed! They went above and beyond when twice my husband lost something in the water and they were so quick to retrieve both items. Really loved the cabanas and just how you cozy they were. Equally enjoyable were the fresh coconut juice served daily during breakfast. We really made use of the kayaks and stand-up paddle boards. The grounds are immaculate. Can't wait to return hopefully someday soon.…