InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Pointe Matira, BP 156, Bora Bora, 98730, French Polynesia

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    We stayed 2 nights at the Intercontinental Thalasso as part of a 6 night tour of French Polynesia. I cannot say enough about how fantastic this resort is, but I will try. At the time of this review, this is the newest resort in BB. It has the premier location in the lagoon by being closest to the ocean. All rooms are bungalows over the water. We were fortunate enough to be upgraded to the rooms with balconies facing the lagoons edge, where it meets the sea. This resort is remote and BB is considered the most romantic island of French Polynesia. I went with a friend, we saw 1 family, otherwise it was tons of honeymooning couples.
    The entire experience from the boat ride at the airport to every inch of this resort is breathtaking.
    The rooms are exquisite. In our room, there was a separate living and bedroom area. The living room had a glass bottom area on the floor so you could watch the fish. The balcony had a private ladder entrance to the lagoon. The depth of the water varied from 1-2 meters with fishies swimming about. There was a coffee/expresso machine that dispensed caffeine instantly! These rooms have all the girlie amenties: powerful hairdryer with cold shot, vanity mirror, huge shower with bench to sit on, big bath tub, lots of space and plenty of towels).
    The balcony is huge with 2 lounge chairs that can be positioned for the sun, and table with chairs for dining. You could just live in the room and have everything you need. But then you would miss the rest of the resort!

    The resort is full of foliage and well designed with a variety of intimate beach spots where you just walk into the lagoon. Snorkel gear is available, but you can see plenty of fish without that. The water is so clear you can take pictures with or without the underwater camera.

    The restaurants are gorgeous and there is a swanky drinks area. The food was excellent, but I recommend going outside the resort for variety - there is free service from the resort to mainland, the conceirge can arrange for a restaurant pick up for you (free).

    Unique Quality: The Thalasso Spa is an oasis of it's own. It's worth have a treatment and using the facilities which includes a small beach, private jacuzzi's, steam room, team room, etc. There is an extensive list of treatments. I recommend a facial or body treatment - they were well worth it. Both my friend and I were dissappointed in the pedicure and manicure which is focused on the parrifin treatment only and doesn't take care of cuticals.

    Directions: You must take a boat from the airport which is arranged through IC for ~4000 XPF

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Bora Bora - when to travel


We are thinking of honeymooning in Bora Bora. We would be leaving England on about 20th September and want to know whether that is a good time to visit weather-wise. We are hoping to go away for 3 weeks - does anyone have any ideas about a good itinerary for a 3 week stay in that part of the world?

Re: Bora Bora - when to travel

by keida84

First of all Congratulations

Secondly, do you wish to spend all 3 weeks in Bora Bora?

You might be interested in Huahine, Raiatea, Moorea, Rangiroa as well. Huahine and Rangiroa are really geared for the water enthuisast as there is not much nightlife, museums or restaurants.

Bora Bora is a great island for 1 week and then you can spread out your time in the others that you may choose. There is a lot to see and do on Moorea, very popular with artists. Great scuba diving there too.

You weather will be heading from winter to spring. May through October is slightly drier and cooler, November through March are the rainy months and June through August the tradewinds can bring heavy winds and southern rain. September is right smack in the change of season.

Another possibile option is to stay in Bora Bora for a week and take a cruise to other islands.

Have I thoroghly confused you?

Have fun!


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 InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora

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Address: Pointe Matira, BP 156, Bora Bora, 98730, French Polynesia