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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.
"Underwhelming Resort with a Beautiful view"
Check In: The pick up from the airport to the hotel is very luxurious with a very nice catamaran picking you up to take you on a leisurely 20 minute ride to the resort. When you arrive, your bags are whisked away and you are then part of a group check in with everyone that has arrived with you. Several people that you never see again come out and introduce themselves while you are served a fruity welcome drink. Bags arrive in your room. So far so good. Instead of asking you if you would like an escort to your room, the woman leads you to your room. Then she takes the liberty of opening the door for you and follows you IN for an uncomfortable lingering walk through of everything in the room. So instead of my husband and I having the intimate first experience of walking into our bungalow we worked so hard for together and taking in the view, our first experience of seeing Otemanu from our bungalow was with a woman pointing out the fridge, explaining towels and how to call the front desk on the phone. These are very basic things that anyone that has ever stayed in any hotel before could figure out by themselves. It felt very invasive to us and massively deflated the one of the most exciting parts of our trip. The resort: The beach and the water are beautiful. The lobby and grounds are well maintained with staff constantly raking the seaweed off the beach. I can see it in pictures now looking more closely, but honestly the walkways to the bungalows look so much more run down and tired in person. The bungalow was nice inside, but you can see blatant attempts to cut corners when you look such as using a jagged broken shell as a soap holder that has been bolted to the wall. I loved the sliding glass doors of the bungalow and the coffee table that opens up to feed the fish. The AC worked ok. The staff will turn your AC off when youâ€™re out of the room, so hide the remote when you leave if you donâ€™t want it to be burning up when you get back. Entertainment: They offered kayaks, snorkels and paddleboards for free. They also have putt-putt golf, a pool table and other outside amenities that other resorts we stayed at didnâ€™t offer. We preferred the hammock looking at the view. The WIFI disconnected from the phones every 10 minutes or so and had to be reconnected, but itâ€™s free. The dance show was worth seeing if you havenâ€™t seen one before. Food: is mediocre at best. I got a bowl of shrimp as a meal that I didnâ€™t realize would be entirely whole. Iâ€™ll admit I may just be uncultured, but I had a really difficult time trying to take the head off and guts out of it while keeping the eyeballs out of the risotto. It started getting gory and frustrating so I ended up wasting it. The service is the slowest Iâ€™ve ever experienced in my life. It was average to spend an hour and a half to just get a main course so we usually skipped our other already paid for courses just because we were bored waiting. The breakfast was an average buffet, but I did appreciate they covered the fruit/food so there werenâ€™t flies crawling all over like the other resorts we stayed in. Check out: Check out was easy. We walked to the dock and our bags were in the boat waiting for us. Remember at the beginning when I mentioned that leisurely catamaran ride into the resort? The boat back was a small people carrier that goes full speed across rough water and makes the trip back in 5 minutes. Weâ€™re used to rough boat rides so it didnâ€™t bother us, but if youâ€™ve had any kind of surgery or health issues that make you prone to being sore when battered, you would have been in agony. Overall, Bora Bora is an incredible experience and the view wherever you are there will be magical. Pearl Beach was the most expensive place we stayed and on our trip across the islands, and was our most underwhelming experience as a resort.
"A little piece of heaven"
We took a lot of pictures because we just could not believe the beauty of the views all around us. We woke up to a beautiful sunrise every morning. I loved how you could open the wooden shutters in our room just a touch and watch the sun light up the room with a beautiful glow. On our way to breakfast we even saw a sting-ray just hanging out at the beach on a couple of mornings. When it did rain, only on a few occasions, we saw the most radiant rainbows, sometimes in the middle of a cloud, other times beaming up from the waters edge. The breakfasts were always a great start to our days and I used the gym frequently. The air conditioning was ice cold and it had all the equipment I needed. I cannot say enough about the staff. They all had a very pleasant disposition. What was remarkable was the caring nature of the staff. On one occasion one of the waitresses at lunch prepared an ice pack for my daughter who had a heat rash, another time a young man saved our water bottle we had left behind the day before and returned it on a tray with our drinks at lunch. I was also very impressed with a waitress who helped me retrieve a paddle for the SUPs when the guys at the hut had gone home due to the rain. Even though it was not her job! It was my last hour there and I wanted to make sure I tried the SUP. She seemed to understand. I found it easy to arrange our excursions with Ruita at the Concierge desk. I was worried about booking these ahead of time but it all seemed effortless when we booked them once we arrived. We thoroughly enjoyed our time with Phillipe on the jet ski tour. He was a lot of fun, and he took our safety seriously, especially when a giant crab wondered out of his hole right in the middle of my path. I would follow him again any day. The swim with the sharks was AMAZING, we enjoyed our fearless leader who obviously loved swimming with the sea creatures. Parasailing was a different adventure but again showed us the beauty of our environment. Jean and Franck from Lagoon tours were very organized with pre-printed instructions and they knew the idiosyncrasies of the weather and made sure we did not go out in the middle of a rain shower. My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at the MaiKai restaurant because the staff at the concierge desk phoned ahead to let them know we were vegan. Jackson, the food supervisor always made sure we were well looked after at the Resort. He even arranged whatever we wanted to eat for the buffet on the night of the Polynesian show. We had a lot of embarrassing, and hilarious interactions with Mark at the front desk on our first night. We could not get the hang of how to open the lock on our bungalow door. Several people had to come and show us but finally one of the wise gentleman pointed out that we had to keep pulling the door towards us when turning the key. Ahhhh! Every night ended with a view of a plethora of stars in the sky. On our last night we saw two sting-rays speedily skimming along on the bottom of the ocean. What a beautiful salute to our wondrous stay at the Pearl Beach Resort and Spa.
"Beautiful, wonderful crystal clear water"
Beautiful site, not far from the airport, lovely greeting. We stayed in an overwater bungalow and it was fabulous. Spent most our time in the water snorkelling - amazing visibility and wonderful variety of marine life in the coral gardens around the bungalows. Food was the same menu (a la Carte) every evening, didnâ€™t find it that thrilling after two nights I had exhausted the choices and it would have been good to have had a â€˜local dishâ€™ every evening as an alternative.
"Overwater Bungalow Beauty"
The view from our Overwater Bungalow was spectacular and maybe the best on the island. We had the Bungalow towards the end of the boardwalk.The water surrounding the bungalows is crystal clear, shallow---not deep; allowing guests to walk, float or swim without worrying about currents or being carried out to sea. Glass top coffee table slides open and you can feed fish. Staff is super friendly. The only downside---all bungalows are ripe for a renovation.
"Unbelievable Wedding and Stay!"
My husband and I had a dream wedding and honeymoon at BBPB. The staff was outstanding! The resort has the perfect authentic Polynesian feel and was very quiet and secluded. The entire experience was absolutely amazing - the overwater bungalow, canoe breakfast, romantic dinner on the beach - it was like living in a movie! BBPB is a little piece of heaven on earth!
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Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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