The le meridien was everything we had hoped for!!! I had done a great deal of research while creating our dream trip of three weeks in French Polynesia, and it paid off!! There we 6 adults all traveling together ( three couples) from ages 30-60 and this hotel suited all of wants and needs. Although we were told upon arrival that the hotel was booked to %80, it never felt the slightest but crowed, heck we seemed to have the whole ocean in the front of our bungalows to ourselves the entire week, simply perfect!. The hotel is beautiful, staff is very nice and will go out of the way to provide you with what you want, so long as you just ask. We all stayed in premium over the water bungalows in the 300's and thought they were stunning. I loved being able to jump/swim in our own little paradise. We had breakfast included, and were very greatful, as it was delicious and fulfilling. We only had lunch a couple times and the pizza and pasta were good. Regarding dinner...the only thing less then impressive...The al a carte restuarant was okay, nothing special. Although I did not personally try the buffet, my parents were not thrilled with it. We took the $25 pp round trip beat shuttle to the main island all nights, except one for dinner. We enjoyed trying variuos restaurants and found that although VERY annoying to pay $50 for dinner, the options were much better off the resort, and we liked exploring. The resort is very quiet, there is not much night life, and the entertainment..eekkkkk, lacking. We had hopes for the polynesain show, and it was lame. What we came for however, the amazing over the water bungalows and impeccable ocean waters and a quite escape is exactly what we got. We did check out the nearby hotels and we found that we got the best value for sure. One quick tip, the tap water is perfect to drink, so save your money. We bought a couple large bottle of waters, then would refill them and keep them in our fridge. We also brought wine and other drinks, to drink in our room and on our balcony during sunset. This saved us a tone of money, yet honestly the bar prices were not too high. We went knowing things were expensive, yet found that they were, but not much more then NY prices. I would go back in a heartbeat and would suggest this hotel as a choice for anyone able to escape to Bora bora Paradise.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Le Meridien Bora Bora is a luxury resort set on an islet surrounded by the most beautiful lagoon in the world. Our resort offers guests a contemporary design blended with Polynesian culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Meridien Bora Bora Hotel Bora Bora
- Bora Le Meridien
- Le Meridian Bora Bora