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InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa

De naam van dit resort duidt het al aan: in het InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa staat wellness centraal. De Deep Ocean Spa is van grote klasse.

Vanaf € 485,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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Voor veel gasten is de Thalasso Spa reden genoeg om naar dit stukje hemel op aarde af te reizen. Voeg daar de prachtige locatie van het resort aan toe, gelegen tussen de ‘two hearts’, de twee hartvormige koraaleilanden van Motu Piti Aau, en de droombestemming is bereikt. De dagen worden gevuld met spabehandelingen, kajakvaren, snorkelen, gourmet maaltijden en naar de sterren staren. Een hotel van dit niveau heeft alle faciliteiten in huis die een perfect verblijf garanderen. En mocht u toch nog uit uw comfortabele chaise longue willen komen, kunt u bij de tourdesk terecht voor het excursieaanbod. Iemand zin in een helikoptertochtje?


  • gourmet en wellness
  • luxury

Goed om te weten

Een reis naar Frans Polynesië kan heel goed gecombineerd worden met een citytrip in Los Angeles. Vanuit Amsterdam is het ongeveer 24 uur reizen naar Tahiti. U vliegt vanuit Amsterdam via Parijs of Londen naar Los Angeles, vervolgens vliegt u door naar Papeete, de luchthaven van Tahiti. Vanaf hier is het vervolgens nog ongeveer 1 uur vliegen naar Bora Bora. De totale reistijd is dan dus ongeveer 25 uur.

InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa
Bora Bora
v.a. € 485 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Emerald Overwater Junior Suite Villa
: Airco, televisie, DVD-speler, internettoegang, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, compleet ingerichte badkamer, gelegen op het water met uitzicht op het resort en strand.

Sapphire Overwater Junior Suite Villa
: Zoals Emerald Overwater Junior Suite Villa, met uitzicht op de lagune.

Diamond Overwater Junior Suite Villa
: Zoals Overwater Junior Suite Villa, met uitzicht op Bora Bora.


Centraal gelegen op 20 minuten van het vliegveld.

Aantal kamers



• 2 Bars
• 3 Restaurants
• Spa
• Zwembad
• Business centre
• Fitnessruimte
• Internettoegang
• Tennisbanen


• Watersportactiviteiten zoals snorkelen en duiken
• Helikoptertours

Ongetwijfeld is Bora Bora het mooiste eiland van heel Frans-Polynesië en volgens velen van de hele wereld.


This was one of my favorite FP islands. The over water bungalows were spectacular in every way! The resort food and drinks the best, and the concierge staff was excellent. A bungalow next to ours had at least 6 guests who were extremely loud and noisy - we tolerated for several days and nights. Lots to do snorkeling, paddle boarding, riding scooters, relaxing and....

"Good but could be better"

We stayed here for a week as part of our honeymoon and have mixed feelings. We arrived, as did everyone else, tired from an overnight flight from LA and were met at the dock at the airport for a pretty efficient transfer to the hotel. On arrival, as expected (but secretly hoped it would be!), our room wasn't ready. Fair enough as we arrived at about 9am and check in wasn't til 2 or 3pm. We were taken to our day room and told it was ours for half an hour and that our luggage would follow so we could freshen up. After 15 mins, it hadn't arrived so we walked back to reception to collect it ourselves. The idea of the day room is great and it was really great to have a shower and brush our teeth but nitpicking, they are very small and made us feel like we were in a holding pen! My phone wouldn't connect to the wifi or register I had left LA (not the hotels fault) so we gave reception my husbands details so they could call/email him when the room was ready. The weather was appalling and we felt pretty despondent literally being left out in the rain! We weren't told we could use the breakfast buffet and didn't ask so weren't really sure what to do! We ended up going to the spa to use their facilities (you have to either pay or have a treatment). We booked two side by side massages which were great and gave us somewhere to go! At 2.45 we went back to reception and were told our room was ready - no one had tried to contact us to let us know which was pretty frustrating. We were taken to our room in a golf buggy - room 232. Second from the end of the pier, a vie to die for and perfect in every day. The room really is the stuff of dreams and the housekeeping team keep things spotless. Happy Hour was disappointing - it only applied to a few cocktails and not beer or wine. They ran out of my favourite wine on day two and it wasn't replenished again. Everyone knows that Bora Bora is expensive and to that end, it didn't disappoint! We live and work in London, had researched a lot and were still shocked! Cocktails were approx. £24, a sandwich £20 etc etc. We were on the half board option and were glad we had! We personally couldn't find fault with the portion size or quality of food at all. In fact, I would say it was one of the highlights. We had breakfast bought in the canoe one day which was amazing fun. We were disappointed that when we asked if it was possible to pay the tray charge and have breakfast in our room again that the cost of breakfast would not be covered by our half board package and we would need to pay for it all again! This seemed penny pinching and totally unnecessary. I'm not sure how they can justify charging a further approx. £150 for the two of us to have breakfast in our room when we could walk down the jetty and have it as part of our package! Seemed a little mean. Especially in a honeymooners resort. We also had dinner served to us and set up on our balcony one night, which whilst extortionate (I cant recall exactly but it was around £500) was out of this world. We had scallops to start, followed by prawn risotto, steak and dauphinoise potatoes and a cream coconut dessert. The package also included a bottle of champagne. Although expensive, it was worth every penny and we would go back just for that experience again! We used the boat transfer to go to the main land three times - once to stock up in the shop (go through the sister resort and simply turn right and walk along), once to go and buy pearls and another time to go to Bloody Marys for dinner. The only time we paid for a transfer was when we went to Bloody Marys as we left after 2.15pm. A few people mentioned it was an expensive transfer but it think it was around $25 which wasn't that bad. To clarify, the rule was all the transfers out before 2.15pm were complimentary. If you went out on a free transfer, you came back for free (regardless of time). A couple of reviews mentioned some penny pinching and I do understand - we got that feeling too - the charge to have breakfast in our room rather than just a tray charge and we were charged a £150 deposit to borrow two phone chargers! It didn't leave a nice feeling. Saying that, when we first got into our room, there was a half bottle of champagne waiting for us and the penultimate last night, a full bottle. Every day, two small bottles of water were also included. Overall, the staff were a real mixed bag. We got the distinct impression front of house didn't really care. Everyone always said hello but it seemed lacklustre. When we went to the managers drinks, no one approached us. No one wished us happy honeymoon and the receptionists kept calling us by my surname even when I corrected them which took the thrill of being newly weds away somewhat. No one especially stood out to us but some of the waiting staff were friendly and the pool boys were really great at their job (they inflated my float and provided rope for us to tether it to the dock which was really kind). Contrast this with the Four Seasons in LA where we had come from and went back to who greeted us like long lost friends and by name without prompt. I'm not sure if we would stay again as we felt like, although BoraBora was amazing and we are already planning when to come back, the Intercontinental didn't really care about us! Though this does not detract from the fact that the resort is spotless and as close to paradise as one could wish for.

"Lives up to the hype of the older better known resorts!"

I have always wanted to go to the St Regis on Bora Bora. When I started planning our trip that was my first choice but I did some digging around just to be sure. I stumbled across the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa and was intrigued. Their overwater bungalows are huge, modern, beautiful, and have amazing views. We decided to go there instead of St Regis and man we were not disappointed. It was an amazing stay with wonderful folks. The one thing they could improve are their day rooms. Whether you get one when you come in because your room isnt ready, or you get one on your last day they leave MUCH to be desired. They are so small making them nice would be a small investment that would go a long way to creating a better first or last impression. Other than that everything was better than I had hoped for.

"Honeymoon of a lifetime"

My Wife and I arrived here for our honeymoon, we arrived too early for check in and they supplied us with a day room to hang out in. They also offered us a breakfast package for the week @ half off which i recommend doing. The food is pretty expensive here but it is Bora Bora but that is to be expected, the food I had was mediocre except for one night I had a Sands Burger with slow cooked beef in place of a beef patty. Everyone here is very friendly, the boat schedule is confusing but to get to the mainland it is free until 2:15pm to leave and it is free to return anytime before 10pm. If you don't make the 2:15pm shuttle it is very expensive to leave for dinner. They offer free kayak, paddle boards, and snorkel gear to use during the stay. Room was taken care of everyday pretty fast when we were gone. Recommend hitting duty free before coming here to save some money while hanging out at your room. We were a little disappointed with the price of the food since it was mediocre and small portions. Will definitely come back someday for an anniversary though.

"Second visit after 3 years. Pros and cons "

Came here for my birthday three years ago and recently returned for a honeymoon. It is everything you hope a stay in an overwater bungalow would be. Better than any photos to just experience it in person. With that being said, some thoughts: The original bungalows without the pools need some updating. The hardware in the showers need to be fixed and the tiles need a cleaning or new grout. The wood floors are quite scratched up. Minor details but when you are paying so much for a room overwater, you'd expect it to be almost perfect. Peeve: the carts they drive around the walkways. If you're a couple you have to step aside or walk single file so they can get by. They do greet you every time they pass, but it's annoying that you can't walk to and from your bungalow without these carts interrupting. The facilities are nice and plenty of other amenities that make up for the aforementioned downsides. They have a nice lounge pool and a cabana that allows you to take paddles for kayaking, outrigger canoeing, and stand up paddle boarding. No cost. You can also get free snorkel gear to hang out in the lagoon or swim around the property. There is always a restaurant open so you will never go hungry! The food is good and they make an effort to rotate the menu or have themed dinner nights (with some traditional dance performances). The BBQ is great. Not American BBQ but think of a pig roast (they start roasting in the afternoon) and lots of different meats. Breakfast is a buffet and you'll find something even if you're a picky eater. The boats from this resort to their sister resort run during the day and are complementary. After 5 they cost $25 each person for a round trip... something to note if you want to spend your evening on the main island. Overall great place to stay. Just wish they'd update the rooms a little to keep that luxury first class feeling. You won't regret staying here and the views each morning never get old. They are also opening four new bungalows with multiple stories and multiple bedrooms for families or groups starting Dec 2017! FYI ----Beyond usual packing list items to pack: snacks (it's pricey for snacks and sometimes the options are limited), an inflatable raft (or trendy shaped floatie), sunscreen, and mosquito repellant (they do treat the resort for mosquitoes but you'll still get a few bites).

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