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- Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa
- Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Garden Pool Bungalow
- Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Beach Suite with Jacuzzi
- Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Garden Pool Bungalow
- Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, Overwater Bungalows
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KamerbeschrijvingenGarden Pool Bungalow
Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, CD- en DVD-speler, telefoon, minibar, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, buitenbadkamer, terras met privé-zwembadje en privé-tuin.
Otemanu View Beach Suite with Jacuzzi
Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, CD- en DVD-speler, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, halfopen badkamer met douche en föhn, terras met jacuzzi, privé-tuin en directe toegang tot het strand. Uitzicht op de lagune en Mt. Otemanu.
Over Water Bungalow
(53 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, CD- en DVD-speler, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met bad en aparte douche. Op het water gelegen met een groot zonneterras en zithoek met directe toegang tot het water.
Gelegen aan het strand van Motu Tevairaoa, op 10 minuten varen vanaf luchthaven Motu Mute.
- 3 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Watersportmogelijkheden zoals snorkelen, kajakvaren en duiken
- Sportmogelijkheden zoals volleybal, tennis, minigolf en volleybal
- Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals een eilandtour, aqua-safari en sunset cruise
Ongetwijfeld is Bora Bora het mooiste eiland van heel Frans-Polynesië en volgens velen van de hele wereld.
The Pearl was our final stop on our destination wedding/honeymoon trip to New Zealand and French Polynesia. The scenery here is everything you want it to be - absolutely breathtaking mountain views and crystal clear water with abundant marine life. The overwater bungalow was one of the highlights of our entire trip, and we would have stayed in it the entire time if the beach wasn't so relaxing. The constant breezes kept us cool and we napped, kayaked, paddle boarded, snorkeled, and swam everyday. We did no excursions - for us this was our down time after a lot of hiking in NZ. If your goal is quiet relaxation surrounded by beauty, this is the place to be. We made our stay more comfortable by using LOTS of bug spray. The resort should invest in insect repelling lights and sprays. We bought duty-free liquor in Aukland and did our own happy hour on the beautiful OWB balcony every evening. The stars are amazingly clear here. One evening (a Thursday) we really enjoyed the live music and just sat at the pool - no one made us feel like we had to buy anything while we listened to a great set. We brought our own mask/snorkel from home and used them a lot. Yes the property needs renovations to compete with world-class resorts - the bungalows and pool were rustic, and the golf has got to go (I suggest replacing this with an air-conditioned and bug-free yoga/meditation hut). But we were lucky enough to vacation in Bora Bora and grateful for the natural stunning views we had day and night. We were in a regular OWB (not end of pontoon), and were very happy to have made that upgrade. We had a great view of the mountains, easy access to the coral garden, a short walk to the main restaurant area, no bugs, and plentiful breezes. If you stay in a beach bungalow we noticed a few have hammocks right outside, which looked fun, but the OWB is the place to be. We really enjoyed the main restaurant and the bar/lunch food. At lunch sit closer to the pool on the outside for better breezes, which keep the bug issue at a minimum. We also had fantastic seafood at Bloody Mary's on the main island one night. We would suggest avoiding the sushi place if you are a connoisseur - it was underwhelming, which was strange because the other spots had fantastic seafood options. The staff and concierge were all very friendly. We did have a constant problem of waiting forever on our check after meals, on and off the resort, but perhaps that was a cultural difference and we are not French-speakers. Finally, expect delays and frustration at the airport in Papeete. All travel has some hiccups, but they were relatively minor here, and considering the astounding location of The Pearl we were beyond thrilled with our stay.
"5* Accommodation, 3* Food"
This Hotel has breathtakingly beautiful over-water bungalows with awesome views, a lovely private beach and an extremely tranquil spa. Management also responded well to concerns or queries whenever they were raised and breakfast was of a decent standard. What more could you ask for? ... Well, the elephant in the room that doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon, which is the lack of food choices! We didn't try the sushi restaurant (preferring cooked food in the evening) which is open for dinner only but in any event there is only one lunch option - the Miki Miki bar - and it's over-priced and very disappointing.The spaghetti is tasteless and bland, the sandwiches are average and the pizzas are just about passable. After a week of this you really start to feel the strain and actually begin to fear heading back to the same dreaded restaurant for lunch time, not least because no measures are taken to prevent a business of flies descending upon you and your food - neither relaxing nor enjoyable. It is genuinely one of the worst Hotel restaurants that I've eaten at in years. The Tevairoa restaurant is a slightly better option for dinner but again the forced repetition of eating here (and not Miki Miki again) is not what a holiday should be about. I would recommend eating at the B.B. Yacht club one evening to mix things up and doing a full-day Lagoon Excursion trip (you can book this directly online), with a BBQ lunch provided which is far better than any options at the Hotel. Part of the fun of exploring top-class Hotels is the concept of enjoying the different types of food on offer, and we didn't get to participate in that enjoyment here. We stayed here at the conclusion of our Honeymoon and have no regrets; the setting is the definition of paradise. However, if they start to take the matter of food seriously and stop charging such extortionate prices for a sub-standard menu - and overcharging for water, which should really be provided for free at these prices above and beyond the two free small bottles a day - this Hotel has the potential to be world-class, at which point, it would properly belong in the Leading Hotels of the World (imho).
"Nicest staff of any resort we stayed at on our honeymoon"
My husband and I stayed here for our honeymoon in the end of October 2017. The first day we got there, we were starving and went to the Miki Miki bar area for lunch. While sitting down, I noticed I was starting to get bit by mosquitos (I am one of those people who gets bitten no matter what). I swatted at a few on my arm. A minute later, a staff member noticed, and she brought me over some bug spray. Something like this never would have happened at one of the other chain resorts that my husband and I stayed in before we got to the Pearl Beach Resort in Bora Bora. It was such a kind gesture, her giving me some bug spray, that I was just so touched. It is little things like that, that go a long way. While in the bathroom one night at dinner, an off duty staff member commented on my pretty necklace and was just so sweet to me. She had just gotten off work, and didn't need to be nice to me, but she was. My husband and I stayed at two resorts on two other islands before we got to Pearl Beach, and while the staff at each of those resorts were nice, the staff at Pearl Beach was the nicest staff I have ever experienced. Their warmth is genuine. Every staff member that we interacted with was absolutely wonderful. In addition to the awesome staff, the resort itself is absolutely stunning. My husband and I stayed in an overwater bungalow looking out towards the mountains, and it was perfect in every way. If I had our whole honeymoon to do over again, I would stay here longer and at the other resorts less. It was the best. Thank you Pearl Beach for the most perfect 4 nights of our honeymoon!
"10 Year Anniversary - Great Spot!"
My wife and I celebrated our 10 Year Anniversary here in early Nov 2017. This was one of the better value resorts we found on Bora Bora with things like free wifi and breakfast included. It is a smaller resort and is showing its age in places but the location canâ€™t be beat. The service here was great, spa beautiful, and food was good if somewhat limited. Some reviews complain of extra charges for things like the transfer to the airport or transfer to town, but if you are coming to Bora Bora it isnâ€™t to save money - so I suggest just rolling with it. This place is still a good deal. Our OWB was great - we were near the beach with a great ocean view. Lots of fish around. Tips: - Drinkers should go into town to stock up on wine and beer at 1/3 the cost. We found out on our last night that they donâ€™t even charge a corkage fee at the restaurant to bring your own wine to the table! Bonus! - Bring pool floats and rope so you can read a book while floating in the water off your bungalow without floating away - Bug Spray is a must - I used it and still got chewed - Ask the spa about add ons, as we got a 30 min Coconut scrub and outdoor Vichy shower for $25 (reg $90) - Take rolls from the restaurants to feed the fish - Look in the coral gardens around dusk to see sharks! - They do a Polynesian show on Mondays, make sure you donâ€™t leave early - it starts around 8:15. - We left the resort for dinner twice - Bloody Maryâ€™s and Yacht Club - and they were easy to get to and great! I would have given this place 5 stars, but found restaurants limited, and the place is showing itâ€™s age but I hear they are renovating next year. I would definitely recommend this place to others!
"Absolutely beuatiful and the marine life is abundant"
We stayed in the over the water bungalow and the water was so clear you could see the black tip reef sharks and rays swimming into the area from at least 50 yards away, without getting into the water. It is easy to get around town and the food was great. If you are going for shopping though, this isn't the place. Everything has to come to the area through freight ships that come in once a week.
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