French Polynesia is one of the unique parts of the world which merits the often overused term of “heaven on earth”. Located in the South Pacific, 6,000 kilometers off the coast of Australia, its five archipelagos and 118 islands are filled with magical atolls, incredible lagoons and of course, fantastic beaches. Among the most well known islands, there’s Tahiti, of course, the Marquises, immortalized in song by Jacques Brel, and the world famous Bora Bora. For many, Bora Bora is the incarnation of an earthly paradise, as witnessed by the innumerable couples who spend their honeymoon here, and others, those who can afford it, who come here to celebrate their wedding. Americans head the list of visitors with 40,000 of the 120,000 annual tourists. Bora Bora in fact, is the most visited island in Polynesia. This attraction is obviously due to its natural splendor, its dramatic side, which many tourists appreciate like Mount Otemanu, Bora Bora’s highest point, and thanks to the excellence of its tourist infrastructure. And second to none in the domain of hotels on the island is the top of the mark Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa.
For an island created by the gods, as Polynesian mythology would have it, Bora Bora had to create a truly exceptional hotel. With its 120 villas of which 80 were built on piles, its spa nestled on the side of a hill with a magnificent view of the lagoon, its special ultra-comfort services like having your breakfast delivered to you on a pirogue, the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Spa & Resort fits perfectly into the dreamlike landscape surrounding it. Everything is designed here so that the visitor leaves with a long series of beautiful memories. The numerous activities available are the guarantee of an unforgettable vacation. These include sharks and ray fishes eating out of your hand, jet skiing, kite surfing, free diving, snorkeling and deep sea diving, sailing etc. But those who prefer farniente or less athletic activities can still enjoy dramatic experiences thanks to bungalows with glass floors for observing the lagoon’s flora and fauna in total and dry comfort. Not to mention the one thousand square meter swimming pool, two bars and two restaurants enabling guests to discover the wealth of Polynesian cuisine. It’s a true corner of paradise where modern comfort and local traditions blend subtly together.
Constructions on piles or stilts were created in French Polynesia. The hotels here were the first to use this method which is both traditional and respectful of the environment and, at the same time, provides for total immersion into the heart of nature. It was only after the method was adopted that it travelled to the Seychelles and the Maldives.
Five stars / Member Hilton Hotels & Resorts / Dream like island / Exoticism / Escape / Villas on stilts / White sand beaches / Spa / Fitness / Outdoor swimming pool / Water sports / Babysitting service
Open all year
Double occupancy from 551 euros
Domestic airport: Bora Bora, Motu Mute (BOB) - French Polynesia
Papeete International Airport (PPT) - French Polynesia
HILTON BORA BORA NUI RESORT & SPA
BP 502 Vaitape,
98730 French Polynesia
- 12 hours in summer / -11 hours in winter
Tropical climate with constant sunshine and an average temperature of 27°C
Passport valid six months after return
European community members are not required to obtain a visa for visits of less than three months
No vaccinations required
The Pacific franc (CFP)
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