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Le Meridien Bora Bora
Ranked #7 of 17 Hotels in Bora Bora
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San Francisco, California
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“Great job with the renovations!”
Reviewed February 23, 2011

Our stay so far at the Le Meridien Bora Bora has been great! The renovations done to the overwater bungalows(which we got upgraded to as Starwood Platinum members) are fantastic (except for the mattress which is clearly left over from the pre-renovated room and not super comfortable). While they aren't as big as the suites you get at the St. Regis, you have everything you need plus a glass-bottom floor which takes up most of the room (last night watched baby sharks and one rather large shark swim underneath us). Even if I had more $ to spend, I would choose to stay here over the St. Regis and Four Seasons because of the large turtle lagoon which you have access to snorkle here which really sets this place apart. Right now there are 31 large-ish turtles which as part of a conservation effort will be released into the wild once they reach 3 yrs old. There are tons of tropical fish in the lagoon and the snorkeling is better in there than in the ocean! Also, after having been around most of the island on a boat, I can easily say that the location of the Le Meridien is the best - the view of Mt. Otemanu is perfect - it is really beyond belief and pictures do not do it justice. The hotel has a small private island where you can order a picnic lunch and kayak over to. The staff here is attentive, and Alain the PR director goes above and beyond to help/assist wherever he can. The 2 negatives are: 1. the food at Tipanie, the hotel's main restaurant. It is no secret that the food in general in Bora Bora is not fantastic and is amongst the priciest in the world. But we were especially unimpressed with the food we ordered off of the a la carte menu (an appetizer and a main came out to $80 and was really unappetizing). 2. The "fitness center": you really cannot call this a gym. The equipment is pretty much unusable - there aren't even free weights - pathetic especially since they did such an amazing job with renovations around the resort and they forgot that when people are on vacation they still want to work out! As an SPG Platinum member I tried to see if a workout would be possible at the St. Regis but they charge approx $35 per person to use their gym plus we were quoted about $70 to be taken over there (next door) on a boat in order to use it. Overall though, I highly recommend this place (and it's "sister hotel" Le Meridien Tahiti, which isn't as lavish but still on a beautiful property)! PS - make sure to book the "top table" at Villa Mahana restaurant well in advance of your trip - it's the best restaurant on the main island and they do free taxi pickups from the dock that the hotel boat will shuttle you to. Also, had a great day excursion with Maohi Nui to swim with sharks, feed the rays, and have a polynesian picnic!

  • Stayed February 2011, traveled as a couple
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We stayed in an overwater bungalow, which was spectaular - the glass bottom lets you see the fish at night, and you can go swimming right off the dock. The location is fantastic with a great view of the mountain, and breath-taking sunsets. The food was average, with generally sub-par service at the restaurant and bars. It is not that the staff are rude, they do not seem to understand what exactly they are supposed to do, though - drinks take a long time to be delivered, and they generally do not check to see if you need anything further. In general, the staff do not go the extra mile to help, and do not seem to be aware that at the rates this hotel charges they are expected to. The inner lagoon/turtle sanctuary was an unexpected bonus, and we rented a Hobie Cat for an afternoon of cruising around the lagoon, which was really great.

  • Stayed August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 27, 2011

Traveling to Le Meridien Bora Bora is everything you read about in books and see in movies. My husband and I stayed at Le Meridien Bora Bora for our honeymoon in September 2010. Upon landing at Papeete, Tahiti you know that this is unlike any experience you have had before. We only had a small layover in Tahiti, from about 5am-6am. We traveled to Bora Bora on a small jet. To get the best views flying to Bora Bora be sure to sit on the left hand side of the plane. You are sure to see all the islands along the way to Bora Bora on this side of the plane. When you arrive at the small airport island of Bora Bora you are automatically welcomed by the beautiful Mt. Otemanu. The staff of the hotel are so gracious and kind and pick you up at the airport and transfer you to the hotel by way of boat. It is gorgeous, and although expensive, worth every bit of money for the experience. From the moment you arrive at the hotel until the moment you leave you are treated very graciously by the hotel staff. We stayed in the overwater bungalows, which are gorgeous. The only problem with the overwater bungalows, and something to be aware of if traveling during the rainy or windy season is that they move slightly and are loud due to the wind. Unfortunately the day we arrived was beautiful and sunny but turned to rain and high winds, along with strong water currents (that we were advised to stay out of during that period) for 5 days after our arrival. Due to the high winds it was difficult to sleep soundly if you are a light sleeper. My husband called the front desk and told them my inability to sleep due to the high winds coming in our slatted windows. The staff was amazing and upgraded us to a Lagoon Suite. The lagoon suite had the same setup as the overwater bungalows but had private access to the lagoon as well as your own beachfront, a shared attached living area as well as a shared infinity pool. Although the additional living area and infinity pool were shared with the suite next to us, due to the place being extremely private it was easy to find time alone to use those spaces. The beds were not as comfortable as you would expect but that is due to the fact that they are two twins pushed together, but do not seperate. We recommend the shark and ray tour, which was tons of fun and probably the most popular attraction and the rental car. Our firt full day on Bora Bora we rented a rental car for 6 hours and toured the main island by ourselves. It was perfect. The island is small, and safe. We recommend stopping at Chin Lees Shopping market, you can pick up food, water, wine etc. there for much cheaper than you can get it at the hotels. We also found that the resteraunts within town were much better than the dinners at the hotel. The hotel breakfeast buffet is good but the ala carte menu was not something we enjoyed. We did not try any of the dinner buffets but did try the room service which was better than the ala carte menu at the resteraunt (except for the burgers, not really that great). You should definetly expereince Bloody Marys, the food and experience are good. We also dined at Fare Manuia, which was excellent. The atmosphere is just alright but the food and the chocolate cupcake are great! The mostamazing meal, although expensive was Matira Beach Resteraunt. The flabayed shrimp are very good. If you are looking for pearls while staying at Bora Bora, the best bet and the best deals we found where by "Arc En Ciel". Wendy, the owner is very friendly and her deals are the best you will find. The hotel is not too open calling er but let them know you read about it on the internet and would like to meet up with her. Wendy will send a driver to the dock to pick you up and take you to her store. She also will drive you into town after looking at her store to price shop other places if you would like. She is open to making deals. I got a full necklace and she threw in a free pair of earrings as well as two pendants for our families. Overall, enjoy the relaxing environment! I have never been so relaxed. Overall, it was a great experience and would definetly recommend it to my friends! One more thing: if you need to use the computer, do not pay, visit the front desk after 6pm and for about ten minutes they will let you get on and tell your friends and family you are ok and check your emails.

  • Stayed September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 19, 2010

As the expression goes, "This is it, this is the one"

We had always wanted to visit French Polynesia, and decided that as part of a trip to New Zealand we should use the opportunity to visit for a week.

The flight to Bora Bora is amazing, island hoping onboard an ATR72. On approach to Bora Boar, you fly over all the hotels on the outer reef, Le Meridien being one of those. On arrival at the airport, we were met by the hotel who took our luggage and transported us across the lagoon in a speedboat. On arrival at the Jetty, our luggage was whisked away to our room whilst we quickly checked in. The manager then showed us around the main building of the hotel which was on the beach, housing the reception, shops, main restaurant, pool bar and deck bar, before taking us down one of the 2 long piers that the overwater bungalows stem from.

The room was superb. It was essentially a square box, but had been cleverly renovated to give it the feel of more space, with separate shower, toilet and cleaver hidden sinks. At the base of the King bed was a glass floor, where on the odd occasion we saw a puffer fish, but due to the sandy sea floor, little else. The room was kept immaculately clean by the incredibly friendly local staff.

On arrival we were given a room, and as soon as we stepped onto the balcony we were accosted by very loud Texan Americans in the neighbouring room (some distance away). This happened each time we went on the balcony, so as we like peace an quite on Holiday, we approached the manager, who apologized, smiled as he understood the situation and had us moved without us even noticing within 30 mins. The new room was identical, with similar views over the main island and amazing blue waters, but was so much more peaceful. This was just one of the many examples of how helpful and understanding the staff were.

On the first night we ate in the restaurant. This was OK, but nothing special. All the other nights we ate on the main island, which was much better. The hotel has a shuttle boat over to the main island every 30 mins or so, but the 1830 sailing is met by minibuses that the hotel arranges, and they take you there and back to the variety of restaurants. Whilst Bloody Marys is legendry, and something that has to be seen, we thought the service was pretty poor and perhaps slightly over priced. If you want something similar, then a far better recommendation is the Kaina Hut. Another recommendation would be the roadside "shack" of Fare Manuia, sounds a bit off, but its actually very good food. The hotel can sort all this out for you so you don't need to worry.

The resort has a turtle sanctuary in its own internal lagoon. This little lagoon has an abundance of fish in it, with many sizes and colours, some quite inquisitive. There were many turtles in the lagoon whilst we were there, all have been raised from eggs that they have resued from poached dead pregnant turtles, and are being looked after until they are able to be released back into the wild. The work they do here is fascinating, and I would strongly recommend going to the daily feeding where the work is explained, and you can see pretty much all the turtles together at once. You can snorkel in this little lagoon, and watch the turtles in their almost natural environment. My only disappointment was that people seemed intent on trying to touch or grab hold of the turtles, which harms the turtles and can prevent them being released into the wild. I would recommend to the hotel that the advise to "look but don't touch" is put in each of the hotel rooms, in a variety of languages, so there is no excuse.

Could not fault this hotel one bit, and am frantically saving up to go back there.

“Mauruuru” Le Meridien,

  • Stayed August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 17, 2010

My husband and I spent the first 4 days of our honeymoon in September 2010 at the Le Meridien Bora Bora. After spending months researching options we finally landed on the Le Meridien since we thought it would be great to get all the Starwood points for staying at such a high tier property. A word of advice, if you want Starwood points DO NOT book through a travel agent. Our travel agent (and other agents) told us we would be able to get points for our stay if we booked through them, but in the end Starwood would not give us credit for our nights or the money we spent at the hotel. This was a huge bummer after returning from our honeymoon and I'm still a little bitter about the whole deal. Ok, enough about that...

PROPERTY: The location and grounds of the Le Meridien are absolutely beautiful. The beach is small, but lovely and the view and sunsets from the beach are breathtaking. We also really loved the inner lagoon where you could snorkel right alongside the Sea Turtles. The Sea Turtle sanctuary was also an added bonus. Another added bonus for us was that there weren't a million other American Honeymooners, they all seemed to be at the Pearl. The location and layout of the resort are the best things about this hotel.

ROOM: We had a deluxe overwater bungalow which is exactly the same as a regular over water bungalow you are just further out. Upon entering the rooms you can tell that they were amazing when first built, but they are much smaller than the bungalows at nearby properties (Intercontinental, Four Seasons, St. Regis). I enjoyed the view from the bathtub, but there was definitely some evident wear and tear in the room. The glass bottom floor was a great feature and the view from our deck was spectacular. The beds were not very luxurious or comfortable which I always find disappointing when you pay a lot for a room. It was great to be able to stay in an overwater bungalow which neither my husband nor I had ever done before.

SERVICE: The service was essentially non-existent. I found this very disappointing considering it was our honeymoon and based on the price we paid to stay there. The strangest thing about the service is that when we went to breakfast every morning they would randomly decide if we had the full buffet or the continental breakfast without even paying attention to what we ate. It was really bizarre. While lying on the beach there was NO service. In fact, I'm not even sure where you could get a drink during the day. We solved that problem by buying 2 bottles of duty free liquor on our way to Bora Bora (this is a must).

FOOD: The food was actually pretty decent. I was expecting terrible food after reading all the bad reviews of food in Bora Bora. The breakfast buffet had a good selection and usually got us through lunch. We went to Bloody Mary's (on Bora Bora) one night which has great fish and ironically, the worst Bloody Mary's ever. We wanted to go to the St. Regis for dinner to use starwood points, but unfortunately all of Universal had taken over the St. Regis for a press junket for "Couples Retreat". The room service was TERRIBLE and it took forever.

Ultimately we had a great time at the Le Meridien since we were on our honeymoon. If you stay at the Le Meridien you must go on the shark and ray feeding excursion they organize. It's run by a father and his 2 sons and we had a blast.

In the end I left wishing we had paid a little extra to stay at the Four Seasons, Intercontinental, or the St. Regis.

  • Stayed September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 14, 2010

For our one year wedding anniversary, we braved the 24 hour (each way) travel time and took a trip to Bora Bora. I must say, I was not disapointed. Far from it. I think I am now too spoiled for any other vacation. We stayed 5 nights in an overwater bungalow and one night in a beach bungalow. Actually, we were supposed to stay all 6 nights in an over-water, but our travel agent messed up. Le Meridien was already booked for that last saturday night in OW bungalows by the time we discovered her mistake. But they did give us late checkout to make up for her error.

The day we got to the Bora Bora airport, we were greeted by a very nice porter from Le Meridien and he gave us flower Leis and offered us some refreshments while we waited for the boat from the hotel. Then, they took us over to the hotel and walked us straight to the bar and had us relax on comfy chairs with fruit juice drinks while they checked us in. That was a welcome change from the standard front desk type stuff as we were tired.

A very sweet girl walked us to our bungalow and showed us the master switch and how to control the air conditioning unit. She also provided us with a voltage adaptor for our camera charger when we asked her for it.

It was a beautifully cool day and we turned off the air-conditioning and threw open the tri-folding door to the deck. As we stood on the deck, admiring the breathtaking view of the mountain and azure water, we saw a bunch of flying fish jumping in and out of the water as they moved past our bungalow. This was paradise. All travel fatigue fell away and we hurried to go swimming. The water was calm and as clear as a pool. It felt even better to swim in, soft and refreshingly cool. Couldn't have been any better.

We went up to the activity desk and booked a shark feeding snorkeling session, a 4x4 Jeep Safari, a Spa Day, and an introductory dive session. Once our activities for the week were booked, we went back to exploring the hotel. They have a game room with a pool table, chess, checkers and a little library. The library consists of books that people leave there after they are done with them. Several different languages were available as people travel there from all over the world. We picked out a couple of books and went back to our room.

For the next couple of days, all we did was swim, read while lounging on our deck and go on the trips. It was complete and utter relaxation. Every night, a housekeeper would stop by with fresh towels and the weather report for the next day. All staff were very friendly and courteous. The room was very well appointed. My favorite part of the room was the glass bottom and at night, you can turn on the light under the bungalow and it will attract the tropical fish to swim under your floor. The bungalow had a large bed (although it was too hard for me), a couch, coffee table and an arm-chair. Behind a wall separating the room from the bathroom, there was a bathtub and sinks with mirrors. The toilet had it's own little room and so did the shower. On the deck, we had two lounge chairs and a table (we ate breakfast there on several occasions). There was a little staircase leading to a small dock with a shower and stairs into the water.

The Tempanie (spelling?) restaurant was wonderful. It is located on a dock protruding into the sea turtle lagoon. It is open for breakfast and dinner. Lunch is served in the snack restaurant on the beach and in room-service. The Tempanie's tables are situated on and around the deck. Tropical fish and sea turtles are wise to the facts of eating humans and they swarm the water around the dock at the appropriate times. It is quite a sight. I even saw a small moray eel there one time.

If French cuisine is not to your liking, you can request that the activities desk make a reservation at one of the island's restaurants. A free shuttle boat takes you from the hotel to the main island and a free shuttle picks you up and takes you to the restaurant (and back). We sampled two restaurants on the island. Both were amazing. First we tried the Top Dive. It is a beautiful restaurant with top notch service and the classic small portions beautifully arranged on huge plates. The food was very good. Amazingly enough, even with a wonderful bottle of french wine and dessert, it was still much cheaper than the hotel dinner.

The other restaurant we tried was the Kaina Hut. That is a completely different type of place. It is a wall-less polynesian hut. The tables and chairs are planted right in the sand. However, I must say, I enjoyed this restaurant much more. There was a wonderful polynesian band playing live there and they played different polynesian as well as american (old) songs. They excelled at both. The service was relaxed, but very good and the food was delicious. I got ribs and the portion was huge. So, I was happy to see the restaurant's 4 cats sidling up to our table. By the way, I'm assuming they can tell a sucker from a mile away, as they left everyone else alone. So, if you don't like pets, they won't bother you. I was by then missing my own kitties, so my husband and I happily shared our food with the begging kitties. Again, with a nice bottle of wine and dessert, the total was less than the buffet at the Le Meridien.

Of all the trips we took, I enjoyed the safari the most. It took you up on the mountain, stopping in all the perfect photo opportunity places. The island is even more stunning when viewed from above. I took a ridiculous amount of pictures and uploaded them for all my friends/family to see as soon as we got back. Here is a link in case you guys are interested. A bunch of pictures of the room are also included:
http://community.webshots.com/album/170800612KgZBDH

On the last day we moved to the beach bungalow. It has a small private beach leading out to the turtle lagoon, so we spent the whole day snorkeling. The turles and tropical fish are completely unafraid of people and come right up to you. The beach bungalow had a hammock and lounge chairs/table outside. Inside it was the same as the OW bungalow, minus the bathtub and the glass floor. Here for some reason it felt warmer, so we kept the air-conditioning running the whole time. There was an outdoor shower on the deck here as well so you can rinse off after coming out of the water.

My only complaint about the beach bungalow was that the mosquitos were noticeable here. I guess they don't hang out on the water as much. So, bring some DEET.

Overall, I didn't want to leave. It was an experience onto itself and I hope to go back someday. I invite all of you to sample the pure tranquility of the Le Meridien. I don't think I'd have gotten the same experience at the other hotels on the island.

  • Stayed August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Stayed at Le Meridien Bora Bora for our Honeymoon in Oct 2009.
We chose to stay here on recommendation from another friend and we must say it didn't disappoint. Firstly Bora Bora is like paradise and Le Meridien made it even better.

Check in was easy and fast. Great service who took our bags to our room and took us to our room on a golf cart.

We stayed in an overwater bungalow for 4 nights. Room was fantastic and the glass floor was a very nice feature. However, there were very few fish underneath our bungalow! Only thing with the room is that the shower is a bit old and dirty and could do with an upgrading.
Bed was comfortable and the rest of the room was clean and tidy. The outdoor deck that leads into the outer lagoon is great for sunbaking.

Food was fantastic. We ate at the hotel breakfast and dinner. Would definitely recommend paying for half board prior to coming to Bora Bora and choose the option to eat from the A La Carte menu for dinner rather than the buffet. With the amount we were allowed to spend for dinner allowed us to get an 3 course meal which tasted great.

The inner lagoon is the main feature and has turtles and many fish to swim with. This is the main reason we stayed here and is definitely worth while.

We visited the Intercontinental Thalasso and Spa and while the rooms looked nicer, having the inner lagoon seemed a lot more worthwhile.

Overall, loved out stay here and would definitely recommend staying at Le Meridien.The rooms are a bit older compared to The Intercontiental Thalasso and Spa or the St Regis but the inner lagoon is worth it!

  • Stayed November 2009, traveled as a couple
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Property: Le Meridien Bora Bora
Address: Motu Tape | BP 190, 98730, French Polynesia
Location: French Polynesia > Society Islands > Bora Bora
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#5 Spa Hotel in Bora Bora
#7 On the Beach Hotel in Bora Bora
#7 Luxury Hotel in Bora Bora
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Le Meridien Bora Bora 5*
Number of rooms: 99
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