Luxury Hotel Spotlight: The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

December 23, 2014 | By

Just the word “Tahiti” conjures up images of crystal clear, turquoise water that beg you to enter, over-water bungalows that beckon, and a tropical paradise that breathes romance.

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The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort’s lagoon and bungalows.

I just got back from staying at the St. Regis Resort in Bora Bora, which epitomizes these images, but also boasts service, cuisine and enchantment for anyone celebrating a romantic moment. The over-water bungalow suites are spacious and well-designed with an enormous open shower, bathtub, private plunge pool, deck and living area — not to mention a luxurious bedroom facing the deck and the water beyond.

After a swim you may find yourself enjoying a glass of champagne under a thatched area of the deck that would also be the perfect setting for a lovely morning coffee or a romantic dinner.

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Our private plunge pool

There are many wonderful features at this expansive 44 acre resort, including a lagoonarium where you may snorkel among new coral beds. There are an assortment of water activities available; you have only to ask the beach boy.

Each bungalow has a butler for that early morning coffee or help in packing all your treasures before you leave. There is the Miri Miri Spa by Clarins to help you unwind from your 8 hour flight, or check out the fitness center, which is open 24 hours per day. Tennis, snorkeling, hammocks, kayaking and more are available for the guests at the St. Regis.

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The resort’s over-water bungalows.

There are several dining options, including the Jean George award-winning restaurant, Lagoon. Here you will find fine French cuisine and Asian-infused items as you dine in the restaurant that is actually perched over the lagoon, enjoying its magnificent views.

For those desiring a very special honeymoon, anniversary, or just an exclusive getaway, the St. Regis Bora Bora is a very tempting option. You won’t be disappointed.