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Conrad Bora Bora Nui
Ranked #8 of 17 Hotels in Bora Bora
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Brisbane, Australia
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“Amazing welcome”
Reviewed February 20, 2014

Stayed here in January when it was a little wet but had an excellent stay. Room was massive, but not what expected. We thought we booked a villa on the hill expecting a separate detached hut but we were in a row of other villas joined together. It felt like we were in a lower standard hotel instead of a luxury joint. Perhaps I didn't read the description of the room well enough but if possible you should check what you're booking. Even so, the rooms are gigantic with views of the lagoon through the palm trees. You are guaranteed to meet the General Manager. Around midday he does a tour of the restaurant and bar and says hi to everyone. I haven't experienced this before and it lifts this resort above many others. A very very nice touch. The boat transfer from the airport will look expensive, but it might be worth it. We didn't take it and the transfer and stopover in the town is a pain in the toot. I recommend sucking up the extra cost for the transfer on their motor yacht, which looks sensational from the outside. Now, back to the title of the review, a very special welcome and introduction to the resort and room. The best I have experienced.

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  • Stayed January 2014, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 24, 2014
Ia Orana SeanKennaway!

Thank you very much for your kind review following your recent stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa!

We were pleased to read you enjoyed your stay and that you enjoyed our Lagoon View Rooms despite your initial reaction! These rooms are the most affordable rooms in our resort but they are the largest ones, they are dotted with a huge terrace and are communicating two by two which makes it a great product for families....Yes, they are not as special as the villas either on the Hill or over the water but.....one can always start by staying in one type of room for part of the stay and then experience a Villa over the Water for the sheer pleasure of waking up and immediately jump in the blue water of our lagoon!

Again, thank you for your feedback! We look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back in the near future!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Reviewed February 20, 2014

A friend recommended the Hilton Bora Bora for our 35th wedding anniversary trip. After reading the reviews here on Trip Advisor I wondered about some of the complaints but noticed that the manager, M. Jean, was always gracious in his replies. So here is my take as everyone evaluates from their own personal frame of reference… We (Americans, age 60 and 66, seasoned travelers) were looking for rest, relaxation, sun and scuba. We found all of that and more at the Hilton Bora Bora.
We just returned from an 8 night stay at what I would classify as the most beautiful place we have ever been, the nicest overall hotel experience with the friendliest and most accommodating staff.
The Room: Overwater King #317. The bungalow was beautiful and spacious and made me smile just to lay in the comfy bed and look out on the incredible blue waters or up at the wonderful ceiling through the canopied bed. The bathroom was first rate; spacious shower and tub and 2 sinks with plenty of room. The deck was perfect; from the plexiglass window in the floor to the area for sun or the area for shade and rain protection. The best part was walking down to the lower deck to get in the crystal clear waters where you could see the rays and colorful fish swimming by. Entering the water for snorkeling opened up a whole new world of the easiest snorkeling I have ever done. The fish were plentiful and colorful and there was a large Moray eel just 25 feet from our deck in a large coral head. It was a great spot for underwater photography with several fish either expecting to be fed or trying to scare me off which gave me some great shots!

Service and staff: Other than Disney world I have never encountered so many friendly accommodating people. To each of them I say thank you, merci beaucoup and mauruaru roa for making our vacation the best vacation we have ever had. From the staff at the spa, the servers at the grill, restaurant and bar; to the pool guys; to the assistant managers and to the general manager; each of you contributed something to making this our most memorable trip ever. It was truly an anniversary to remember and your thoughtfulness and gifts made it even more memorable. Perhaps it is the combination of French manners and Polynesian hospitality that creates such a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere.

Bora Bora: the views from the Hilton were gorgeous and we only made one trip over to Bora Bora to visit the grocery, to do a little souvenir shopping and to visit the doctor (thanks Jean for the personal service). The scenery is spectacular.I could just sit and watch the water for hours.

Meals: we ate all our meals at the Hilton. We had the package with breakfast and the variety of foods offered was staggering and wonderful. One morning I had a hard boiled egg with steamed Asian vegetables ; a yogurt shooter on the side and some tropical fruits. My husband opted for pancakes, sausage, eggs and bacon. So you can see there is a wide range of choices! This is French Polynesia so there were wonderful croissants and pain du choclat. The staff was welcoming and attentive. Coffee and tea service plentiful. All served at the open air grill with sand floor overlooking the beach and water. The tables were set far enough part that the meals all felt very private. We ate dinner at this grill and at the Restaurant. All our meals were wonderful. The buffets were good and the Valentines Day dinner was especially beautiful and delicious. No complaints.

Spa: Don't miss this experience! We did the Million dollar View package together and it was awesome from start to finish.

Hilton things to do: Lots of activities were offered. We had fun at the Parea class, cocktail class, cooking class and Hobie Cat Tour.

Snorkeling gear: we brought our own fins and masks, but the Hiltons would have been fine to use.

Motu Tapu: day in paradise....this was a highlight of the trip. On the private island with our own cabana, lunch set up in the water by Francois and snorkeling all day in crystal clear water. Paradise. (But be sure to heed the sunscreen warning before you finish the second bottle of wine and stretch out for a nap! )

Diving: Had 4 great dives with Top Dive.

Weather: February is the rainy season. I like rain. Watching storms come in across the water is beautiful to me. Again it is all in your perspective. It rained a bit off and on the first few days but not enough to stop us from doing anything. The storms would blow in and blow out. It was raining when we headed up to the spa, but had cleared by the time we were to the outdoor massage portion of the experience. The rooms had umbrellas and emergency ponchos. But the rain was light and tropical and we could sit on the covered part of the deck and watch it rain. Very relaxing!
Last thoughts: Despite reading a lot about bottled water in other reviews, the water at the hotel was perfectly safe to drink. The internet in the room worked fine. I wish I had brought an inflatable float. Be sure to bring an underwater camera. My GoPro took fabulous pictures.
If you need to decompress from a busy life and experience some real joie de vivre this is the place to do it. We cannot wait to return!

Room Tip: Overwater King 317 was a great room with good snorkeling. It was about a 10 minute stroll to the ma...
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  • Stayed February 2014, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 24, 2014
Ia Orana Becky!

Thank you very much for your complete review following your recent stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa!

We were very pleased to welcome you and delighted to see that you enjoyed your stay to the fullest!

Thank you for mentioning the kindness of our team. We are indeed lucky to work with an almost all Polynesian crew!

Thank you as well for sharing your experience at Motu Tapu! "The day in paradise" we organize on that small island is indeed one of the highlight of our clients' stay! Having lunch "in the lagoon" with small fishes swimming around your legs is definitely quite an experience!

Again, thank you for your feedback! We look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you both back to our Resort!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed February 19, 2014

Hilton is a great option when staying in Bora Bora. The setting is insanely beautiful and the overwater bungalows are the epitome of romance. Stayed here for 7 nights and could easily have stayed longer. This is definitely the most beautiful place we have ever visited.

The resort is rustic but in a way that works in harmony with the epic setting of Bora Bora. The facilities are all thoroughly modern. The bathrooms are generously sized and I adore the Peter Thomas Roth toiletries that the Hilton chain now provides.

The various food options were all very tasty and well presented, and ate some memorable meals at the French restaurant. Breakfast buffet spread was generous and tasy, but not particularly impressive (don't let this stop you though).

Bora Bora is one of the most expensive places in the world to visit but if you can manage it, is worth every penny! Wouldn't hesitate to return to the Hilton!

Room Tip: Definitely splash out on the overwater bungalow!
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  • Stayed March 2013, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 20, 2014
Ia Orana Hector!

Thank you very much for taking the time to post your review following your recent stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa!

We are pleased to read that you enjoyed your stay in our Resort and look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back in the near future!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Tauranga, New Zealand
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Reviewed February 18, 2014

Just a quick review to say that my other half and I had a romantic stop here over Christmas for a week - on our way to Asia. She agreed to marry me, the hotel was amazing and supportive . Great stylish place - beautiful scenery. Treat yourselves - we did and loved it.

  • Stayed December 2013, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 20, 2014
Ia Orana Hamish!

Thank you very much for taking the time to post your review following your recent stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa!

We were pleased to read that you enjoyed your stay and that we played a minor part in the success of your proposal!

We will be expecting you for your Honeymoon!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Houston, Texas
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Reviewed February 18, 2014

Rooms were great, the food was wonderful and the breakfast buffet was fantastic. The staff was very helpful and the Assistant & General Manager were fantastic. Expensive, but well worth the expense for the privacy and quietness of the property.

  • Stayed February 2014, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 21, 2014
Ia Orana 814williame

Thank you very much for your kind words following your recent stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa!

We are very pleased to read that you enjoyed your stay in our Resort and that we played a minor part in the success of the celebration of your wedding anniversary!

Do not wait for another milestone anniversary to come back to Bora Bora! We look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back in the near future!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Shorewood, Minnesota
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Reviewed February 16, 2014

We must admit that we had expected a lot in Bora Bora and the Hilton met our expectations. It is easy to leave all the stress behind as soon as we boarded the water taxi from the airport. The resort was not busy and we were afforded a lot of pampering during our visit with a wonderful over the water bungalow. The room was most wonderful with great spaces that allowed us to relax immediately upon arrival and fulfill a life long dream. The bathroom, roomy shower and beds are incredible along with the views right off our deck! Our purpose was to rest after 3 busy weeks as tourists in Australia and New Zealand and this resort quickly became home.It is difficult to single out any individuals as the staff impressed us at every turn. Jean Guillaumot, General Manager, quickly grasped everyone's name and remained aware and engaged throughout our stay to make sure we were comfortable. The room staff was the very best we have ever experienced anywhere with little touches that flattered every day; not only the big things but the small gestures at the turndown service made us feel the tremendous Polynesian hospitality. The restaurant staff, greeting and buffet presentations made us feel welcome every day. Both pool attendants added color and were extremely helpful and generous in their service. We enjoyed our meal but our evening in the French Restaurant was as special as any meal in a major city. This property is nestled in one of the most beautiful spots of Bora Bora and is truly a piece of heaven. Perfection is always the goal but this property did a great job to make us feel valued at every step and did everything to help us maximize our experience. Stay in touch Jean! Wish this hotel was not so far away for us!

  • Stayed February 2014, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 17, 2014
Ia Orana Marc!

Thank you very much for taking the time to post your review following your recent stay at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa!

We were pleased to read that you enjoyed your stay!

Thank you as well for mentioning the kindness and special attentions given by our Room Attendants, our Restaurants staffs and our Pool Boys. We are indeed fortunate to have a dedicated and friendly team. Please be assured that I will pass on to them your kind words!

Again, thank you for your feedback! We look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you back in the very near future! Come on....Minnesota is not that far!!!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Reviewed February 15, 2014

First I want to thank everyone who wrote reviews on Tripadvisor and FlyerTalk. It helped our expectations of the hotel. If you decide to stay at this hotel I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you read or browse all the reviews as they will save time and a lot of money. I will not cover items in previous reviews but provide updated information.

LAX - be sure to allow a lot of time between connections because you have to walk outside the domestic terminal to the international terminal and go through security (+- hour for security alone). If the connection is to close your checked baggage will not arrive in PPT and you will not have enough time to purchase up to 4 duty free bottles of wine/champagne.

PPT - Be sure to get some xpfs at the ATM just to the left when you clear customs in the arrival court. You will need them for taxis and some restaurants. All the grocery stores in Vaitape took credit cards but be sure to use one that does not charge foreign currency transaction fees.

InterContinental PPT - if you stay here you have to pay for WiFi, however if you join their rewards club (no cost) WiFi is free. There is a Carrefour about 15-20 minutes walk (1,700xpf R/T in a taxi) on the right exiting the hotel if you need to buy anything you forgot. They have SIM cards available at the VINI store but are very expensive and slow. If you don't want to spend a fortune for breakfast at the hotel there is a McDonalds and sandwich shop in PPT airport.

PPT to BOB - Air Tahiti strictly enforces weight limits so check their website before packing. We had to remove items from our carry-ons to checked luggage. If you are certified diver, bring your C cards because they allow 5 Kgs more for checked luggage. Even if you don't plan on diving bring them anyway for the extra allowance. Save the water bottles from the plane for drinking at the hotel.

BOB - We had originally planned to drop off some our luggage with the Hilton shuttle before going into town. But before we left I received this message from the hotel: " Due to the security reason of your luggage, we cannot keep only the luggage on boat unfortunately. If you prefer to go to the main town directly, I kindly ask you to take your luggage with you." So we took all our luggage into town. If you plan to load up on beer, wine, cheese, pate etc. at Chin Lee's be sure to bring a reusable shopping bag in your suitcase. Transfer any light items you have in your rollable suitcase to the shopping bag then you can put the heavy items into suitcase. Then it is easy to roll to the Hilton dock.

We had lunch at Aloe Cafe and ordered a pizza to go for dinner. By the time we ate, grocery shopped and took the shuttle over to the hotel our bungalow was ready.

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Bungalow - We used our Hilton points (prior to the huge devaluation) and paid +- $2K for a deluxe OWB. We had requested to be in one of five bungalows facing west by the small island almost year in advance and reminded them a couple of weeks prior to departure. We were given our 4th choice, #332. For the non-textile vacationers these units are not very private. The bungalows are situated so the decks face each other on an angle not allowing much privacy. We hung large towels fastened with cloths pins (packed) over to the railings that offered some privacy from the waist down. The Hilton Moorea offered more privacy in our opinion.

Water - the water is fine to drink from the taps. We just filled our empty bottles from the plane everyday.

Shuttle - we learned that the shuttle schedule varies by season (less often during slow season) so request one prior to arriving or at the front desk.

Tamure Grill - we ate only here for breakfast and lunch. Dinner we ate on our bungalow deck with food we bought at the grocery store. We were expecting long waits at the grill but service was always within 10-15 minutes and friendly. The menu had less offering than was online. Gone are the skewers, less pizza offerings, no and paninis. Also, they had a buffet two nites not just one. All hotel restaurants are closed during buffet nites so if you do not want to participate you have to go into town or eat dinner in your bungalow with food brought from town. Maybe, because it was low season the dining was different from other reviews.

Beach by the Chapel - you can no longer go there because managers' houses are now located there. We were told that there was a little channel on the east side of the resort were there is a sand bar. Supposedly, you can lounge there with wine or beer. We never tried it.

Internet - if you are Diamond or Gold Hilton member you get free WiFi in the bungalow. The router is right under the desk and was always reliable and fast.
If you are unfortunate not to be an elite Hilton member you can get on the internet as follows:
Tamure Grill: so slow and unreliable we didn't even bother after a few days
Reception Area: you have to walk over there at the end of the dock. Decent and reliable
Computer/Library: Has only 2 computers now. Never tried them and only saw one person using them the whole time.

Snorkel/Fins - it appears they have purchase fairly new fins so I wouldn't bring any. However, I would bring a mask.

Outlets - there is one 110v in the bathroom but we brought adapters for all electronic cameras, tablets, etc. to be safe. They are suppose to have adapters at the desk but we did not want to risk it.

Yoga/Books - the resort does not have any yoga classes so we put the two rugs together and use the hotel towels for mats. We downloaded some classes from doyogawithme.com before we left. The computer center has some english books to read.

Rental Bikes/Scooters/Cars
Bikes - overall I would not recommend renting a bike. The bikes we saw did not appear in very good condition and not the best. There are several shops that rent bikes so I would check around. Avis was renting bikes for 4 hours - 1500xpf and 8 hours - 1700xpf.

It is not far around the island but there is nothing to see on the north side of the island. If you do rent a bike I would ride to Matira Pointe and have lunch. Ride back to Vaitape then continue west until Bora Bora Yacht Club and have a drink. Then return back to town to pick up more supplies.

Scooters - Avis (there may be others) rents scooters for 4 hours - 6000xpf and 8 hours - 6500.

Cars - both Avis and Europcar rent cars for 4/8 hours. Four hours is plenty to circumvent the island and shop, eat lunch, and stop for photos. The beaches on Bora Bora, in my humble opinion, are not as good as at the Hilton so I wouldn't bother. Also, if a cruise ship is in port the passengers tend to rent a lot of cars so there may be none available. Check first.

Avis: 11,200xpf for 4 hours.
Europcar: 8500xpf - 10850xpf. I asked for discount because Europcar was offering 25% off on the internet but I was never able to get the website to work. They gave me a 17% discount.

Grocery Stores/Restaurants/Shops
Please be aware just about everything is closed on Sundays so plan accordingly. Ask the hotel desk before going into town what is open and at what time.

Diving
Bora Diving is both friendly and professional. Communicating with them via email was prompt and informative and you can obtain and internet discount if you ask- about 10%. The price includes all equipment. I dove 3 days. I would have done more but the dive sites are quite limited. Bora Bora is primarily a hard coral area. Despite that, water is clear, sharks and fish entertain and when the mantas show up, they are magnificent!

Weather
I saved this for last. We stayed in Moorea Hilton two years ago during the same time in February knowing it was rainy season. It was sunny everyday with a brief shower during the afternoon or nite.

So we were expecting the same type of weather on our trip to Bora Bora.
NOT THIS TIME! We had torrential rains and northernly winds up to 30mph for the first two days. You could not even sit on the sheltered part of the bungalow deck without getting soaked. The next four days were not as windy but rained almost all day long. We saw the sun twice for maybe 15 minutes in those next 4 days. It was always in the low 80s but never felt that warm with the rain and wind. On the 7th day we actually had a day with sun and no rain but still strong breeze. On our last day, it was mostly cloudy with strong wind gusts.

The normally calm water west facing bungalows had the roughest waves. There was no way to snorkel there for 6 days. The calmest areas for snorkeling were the east bungalows sheltered from the wind by the hills.

We spoke with guests that had come from Moorea and the weather was even worst there. Torrential rains almost everyday, power outages, and roads that were washed away.

Lastly, we really enjoy coming to Tahiti but I can no longer recommend coming here during the rainy season to friends. We feel it would be such shame to save for a honeymoon or special trip and have such unpredictable weather when there are so many other warm and sunny destinations in February.

I have included pictures in my review of many of the items I have discussed.

  • Stayed February 2014, traveled as a couple
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JeanGuillaumot, General Manager at Conrad Bora Bora Nui, responded to this review, February 17, 2014
Ia Orana gj3511gg!

Thank you for your review following your recent stay in our Resort!

We were pleased to read that you enjoyed your stay with us even if you unfortunately did not get the best possible weather!

We do hope that this will not deter you from returning to our Hotel in the near future and look forward seeing you back!

Mauruuru Roa!

Jean Guillaumot
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Property: Conrad Bora Bora Nui
Address: BP 502 Vaitape, 98730, French Polynesia (Formerly Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa)
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Location: French Polynesia > Society Islands > Bora Bora
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Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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#5 Top resorts Hotel in Bora Bora
#6 Spa Hotel in Bora Bora
#8 On the Beach Hotel in Bora Bora
#8 Luxury Hotel in Bora Bora
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Conrad Bora Bora Nui 5*
Number of rooms: 122
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Bora Bora... It's possibly the most glamorously famous island in the world. Bora Bora's legends, mysteries and romance lend an almost mystical dimension to its very name. The island rises up from the middle of the crystalline, multi-colored waters of its celebrated lagoon which is protected in turn from the ocean by a string of tiny coral islets. Suspended between turquoise waters and limitless skies, Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa nestles in a sacred cove of white sand and majestic lava rock. Here you will find a sensitive blend of authenticity and luxury - the very best of Polynesian tradition combined with sumptuous comfort. A wifi connection is available for free all across the resort. ... more   less 
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