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InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora Resort & Spa
Dit prachtige resort ligt volgens velen op een van de mooiste plekjes in Frans-Polynesië. Het is een feit dat de twee witte zandstranden schitterend zijn en het omringende water onwerkelijk transparant is.
- Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora Resort & Spa, Restaurant
- Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora Resort & Spa
- Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora Resort & Spa
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KamerbeschrijvingenBeach Junior Suite Bungalow
(36 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, DVD-speler, kluisje, internettoegang, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn, buitendouche, privé-terras, gelegen aan het strand.
Lagoon Overwater Junior Suite Bungalow
(36 m²) Airco, ventilator, televisie, DVD-speler, kluisje, internettoegang, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn, privé-terras, gelegen boven het water met directe toegang tot de lagune.
Horizon Overwater Junior Suite Bungalow
(36 m²) Airco, ventilator, televisie, DVD-speler, kluisje, internettoegang, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn, buitendouche, privé-terras, gelegen boven het water met directe toegang tot de lagune en uitzicht over het rif en de Motu Piti Islands.
Gelegen op Bora Bora, direct aan het witte zandstrand.
- 2 Restaurants
- Spa (in zusterhotel)
- Watersportactiviteiten zoals snorkelen en duiken
Ongetwijfeld is Bora Bora het mooiste eiland van heel Frans-Polynesië en volgens velen van de hele wereld.
This resort is pretty amazing! I was so impressed from the moment we walked off the airplane. We were greeted by a very friendly staff and captain of the boat. After a beautiful sunset boat ride we got to the resort and were swept to the lobby for a wonderful fruity drink and they had seats reserved for us at the restaurant with a view of the show. When we arrived to overwater bungalow I had to pinch myself to see if this really happening. It was beautifully decorated and had the most amazing views. The coffee table was so awesome! It was so worth every penny. All of the staff were very welcoming and friendly. The hotel manager checked in regularly with us. She was lovely too! They treated us like special guests the entire week. The food was delicious for all meals. The beach is quiet and the waves are a great place to read or nap by. Everyone says "Yarana" which means hello. It's really just a lovely place. We rented an electric car which was really fun. We also took the jet ski tour. Bucket list item for sure. We saw sharks and tons of mantarays from our balcony. I would recommend this resort to others. We also got a late checkout which was really kind of them as others did not. Overall I really appreciated everything about this hotel. There is a small store very close outside the resort you can buy water and wine from. This is a must go!
This was the first hotel we stayed at on our bora bora honeymoon- we had a beach bungalow. The room was just what we needed, the AC worked well. We had an issue with it one day and the maintenance worker came within one hour and resolved the issue. I had a great time during my stay because I did so many great excursions. The pros: 1- location, easy access to do lots of activities. 2-the clarity of the lagoon- unreal! Wear reef socks/underwear shoes as there are sea urchins and stone fish (we did not see any stonefish but are aware of them) 3-exit the resort to the right to go to the market to buy water and alcohol to save money 4-being on the mainland is easy to do all the tours. We loved Moana adventure tours. Book through trip advisor app to save money! DO NOT book through the hotel what a rip off. 5- the passionfruit sorbet was delicious. I enjoyed the coconut as well. 6- the two food managers were very friendly and attentive. 7-they blew up my pool float in a timely manner. Cons, the reasons why I would not choose this resort again. 1-the general theme of poor service and horrid communication by staff. -they put mayo on everything even when itâ€™s not listed on the menu- forget about trying to communicate with staff members about the problem. 2-the women working the breakfast bar making eggs and pancakes should be fired. She is beyond rude and unfriendly- and has a permanent scowl on her face. Very jaded- she should be reminded that working in the service industry requires you to be friendly with guests. 3- they were out of breakfast items and were not replaced at all- I stayed seven nights. For example the granola it was laughable as I was trying to just ask if they had any more in the back. And they couldnâ€™t even understand what I was saying. 4- also the frozen drinks like piÃ±a colada are not frozen- very weird they are served with ice chunks. I asked them to please put it in the blender again but they responded by saying itâ€™s how they are made. 5-the lack of communication and how long you need to wait for water etc. you had to chase them down to get the check- fend for yourself. In order to make this a hotel I would visit again you really need to educate staff members on how to be better at customer service.
"Absolutely fantastic - best holiday ever"
When I say it was the best holiday every it is really saying something as we travel a lot. Everything was magic except maybe the food could have been a bit better. However with everything else working so well we didn't really worry about this too much. We had a horizon Junior suite over water bungalow and it was amazing. It had everything you could wish for ( except maybe a couple of other english TV channels ). Everything worked well. The views were amazing. Even a glass coffee table in the lounge room so you could see the fish and water below. Easy access from the rear deck meant going for a swim was very easy. the water is so clear and you get to see assorted fish and stingrays ( which do stay out of your way ). In late afternoon we sat out on the deck and enjoyed watching the sun go down while having a relaxing drink. The staff were very attentive, friendly and helpful, especially Jullian & Fi Fi, who went over and above expectations and made our stay so enjoyable. My wife did basket weaving with William and very proudly carried her newly made handbag all over the resort. Exploring around the resort was also great fun by water, as the water in most parts is not that deep. You are always worried when you beek a holiday that you have selected the right accommodation in the right location. this resort is on the main island and we just felt it was perfect, we didn't feel trapped like a lot of the other resorts were and the resort lived up to everything we wanted, and we can be a little difficult to please sometimes. Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana come very highly recommended. We were sad to leave as we had such a great time.
It seems hard to go wrong in paradise and this resort certainly exceeded our expectations. Would we stay here again? Probably not but I'll get to why... Airport/Check in: we took the 50 min flight from Moorea which was a piece of cake considering I'm a terrible flyer. We were greeted at the Intercontinental booth with a lei and instructions. Things went pretty smoothly. They took our luggage, loaded up the boat and we were off to the hotel with a stop at IC Thalasso to drop off other guests. Upon arrival at Le Moana, they showed us to the bar area and came to us for check in. There were 2 other parties in our group and each one got an employee to welcome us with drinks, cool towels and go through the check in process. By that time, it had started pouring rain and our employee gave us some large umbrellas and showed us around the resort then brought us to our OWB. Even in the rain, it was everything we'd imagined. Completely beautiful. We are IHG Ambassadors (worth the purchase) and didn't expect an upgrade here bc we understand it's based on availability and this is a small resort. They made up for it in other ways... Room: it was perfect for us. Good size, great deck and access to the water, huge bathroom with tons of room and a closet big enough to fit both our luggages plus extra storage. The clothes line in the bathroom was definitely handy as well. The bed was very comfortable and there was a "pillow menu" available. The mini bar was left empty which was convenient bc we stocked it with items from the market. When we got into the room there were flowers everywhere and a gift on the bed (mens L shirt and a pretty wrap) with a welcome letter and they soon brought us champagne and a fruit skewer platter. The TV has very few channels and only one (CNN) in english but we didn't watch much tv. We were in bungalow 16 and the deck faced northeast toward the Sofitel island. The sunsets were gorgeous and looking out at the stars at night was unlike anything I've ever seen. Just so many. Note: I agonize over the little details when planning and studied which OWB would have the best views. It was a waste of time. Every single one is amazing. Grounds/water: Each morning after stuffing ourselves at the breakfast buffet, we hit the pool. Usually had it (mostly) to ourselves for 2-3 hours. We loved spending time there. Everything was beautiful and appeared well taken care of. They cleaned the beach every morning as well. We snorkelled in the coral area under the OWBs close to the beach and it was amazing. Way better than the coral gardens in our opinion (we rented a boat but more on that later). Snorkel gear, kayaks, pool noodles and paddle boards all readily available. They didn't seem to have the hour time limit for the equipment here like IC Moorea did. Note: the paddle boards are inflatable. My husband took one out and he couldn't stand on it bc it kept bending in the middle. Not good for 200 lbs + or just needed air? I'm not sure. Also, we brought 2 floaties to use off our dock (A lot of others had the same idea) and the resort blew them up for us. Surprisingly, we didn't use them as much as we thought we would. We spent a lot of time by the pool bc the winds were high almost daily and the water was a little rougher than expected. BUT when we did use them, we loved going to the end dock near OWB 11 and 12 . The water was much deeper there so you could jump/dive off. Food/Service: The breakfast buffet was pretty good (not as good as IC Moorea) but the service was lacking. Same in the bar area ... good food but we were often ignored for a bit before ordering. Multiple times we went up to the bar for menus or to order. Despite what time it was, we were often waited on immediately if we sat on the outside patio tables. We were surprised (and impressed) that multiple employees made an effort to call us by name the whole week. That's not something we are used to and it was appreciated. There was one employee who stood out: Julien. I'm not exactly sure what his position is bc we saw him working in multiple spots and he always went out of his way to stop and ask how we were or see if he could get anything for us. He seemed to be there 24/7. The manager was very friendly as well. Introduced herself as soon as we checked in and was often seen chatting with guests. Also, yes the buffet night with the show is pricey. The buffet itself wasn't GREAT but we skipped it at IC Moorea to do it here and it was worth the price to us. The show was very entertaining. But if you want to skip the pricey meal and seating, there were plenty of people who just grabbed a drink from the bar and stood in surrounding areas to watch the show. Concierge/excursions: Anytime we spoke w the concierge, they were very helpful. We only had 1 excursion planned with Bora Bora Parasailing but they cancelled on us the day before due to boat repairs. They did refund our money but it took almost a week. Instead, we rented a dunebuggy through Europcar who picked us up at the resort and brought us into town. She was very accommodating. Waited until we walked around the shops after our rental to bring us back to the hotel. Also, we had planned to kayak out to coral gardens which is very doable from this resort but we were just too lazy. My hubby had a stomach bug and the water was choppy so we easily rented a boat through La Plage. They are just down the road and picked us up. It was an experience, but like I mentioned before, I enjoyed the snorkelling right at the resort better. My husband also did the jet ski tour from the resort and he really enjoyed it. All of these were booked through the concierge. Warning- they were all 10000-15000 XPF more expensive than booking directly through the company. We didn't mind though... it was worth it for us to be able to make the last minute decisions and just have the concierge book it and worry about paying when we checked out. Other: -the market was a quick trip away and handy for snacks, drinks and sunscreen (which we bought again and again throughout the trip even though we brought lots w us) Note: it was closed sunday afternoon but not morning -The Lucky House is very close and an alternative option for food. We ate dinner there and found it pricey and not that great so we didn't eat there again -We did stop at Bloody Marys for lunch during our dune buggy ride. A bit overrated. -I think this resort may have ruined any future warm vacations for us. There was barely anyone around... you never had to search out a pool or beach chair or worry about getting a table for dinner. I think I liked that part the best. Paradise found and we barely had to share it. Now, why wouldn't I stay here again? I think if we ever go back, we'll stay at Thalasso or at least on the motu. Like I mentioned, it was very windy where we were and the water was choppy (but beautiful colours!!). Yes the convenience of being on the mainland was great for a first time visit but I think next time we'll be ok with staying off the main island and where the water (from what we saw) appeared much calmer.
"Loved the Intercontinental Le Moana"
My family of four visited the Intercontinental Le Moana during Easter break. I booked the trip through Tiffany at South Seas Adventures ( email@example.com). She was super helpful. We booked the double family suite called the "Poevai overwater suite". It is basically two connected bungalows with a common area in the middle. It worked out perfect for us. My daughters ages 10 and 15 had their own room with bathroom and my husband and I had our own. The bungalows where clean and a nice size. There was always plenty of hot water and water pressure was great. The A/C worked fine and the bed was comfortable. They have a pillow menu which is a nice touch. My kids loved having the glass coffee table that opened up and you can see the fish swimming in the coral below.There was a deck right off your bungalow where you can just go into the beautiful blue ocean water. The water was fairly calm and not deep at all. If you bring fish food you can feed the fish from your deck and you will see the most colorful fish. You really don't need to go on any snorkeling trip becasue you can do it right there at the resort. The resort offers snorkeling equipment, canoes and paddle boards. The staff are super friendly and will help you with anything you may need. We ate most of our meals at the resort. The breakfast buffet was really good and had plenty of variety. Food at the Vini Vini restaurant was really good...even the pizza there was pretty good. The hotel had live music a couple of nights and they have a show a couple of times a week. We did go to the show and thought it was great. We did eat at Lucky House reastaurant and didn't think it was anything great. As most have mentioned there is a small convenience stre down the road where you cna buy things...
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