Welcome to paradise! Le Meridien Bora Bora is one of the most original hotel complexes on the island. Built on the southern point of Motu Piti Aau, a 10 kilometer long islet on the coral reef, the hotel offers an unsurpassed view of the world renowned Mount Otemanu.
Le Meridien Bora Bora’s 99 tropically themed bungalows are either perched over the spectacular lagoon or nestled at the edge of ivory sands shadowed by tall coconut trees. From Motu Mute airport it takes 15 minutes by boat to reach the resort and 5 minutes by boat to the main island.
Le Meridien Bora Bora is a true polynesian style resort. From the common areas of the property to the bungalows, the textures, building materials, landscapes bring every guest back to a time where nothing else exists except you and the island. For more information on Le Meridien Bora Bora.
Le Meridien offers 3 main categories of bungalow.
4 Lagoon Bungalows & 14 Beachfront Bungalows. These Art Deco style bungalows are burnished with hardwoods, louvered windows, thatched ceilings and ear toned fabrics throughout. They each have either queen or two single beds. For a 3rd adult or child, beach bungalows can convert a sofa bed. Bathrooms feature a full array of amenities plus a separate bathtub and walk in shower. Each Beachfront Bungalow also offers its own private beach.
65 Overwater Bungalows are located right over the turquoise lagoon with a large section of glass flooring providing endless fascination for quests. Each bungalow features a large deck, which is an ideal place to read or take in the sunset. All bungalows have a separate bathtub and walk in shower and a full array of amenities.
16 Premium Overwater Bungalows have the best views in the whole resort. Ideal for those that are seeking privacy, romance, or both. They are located at the ends of the dock and a very quiet location. These also have a large section of glass flooring and a large deck. All bungalows have a separate bathtub and walk in shower and a full array of amenities.
Le Tipanie is widely renowned as one of the finest dining experiences on Bora Bora. Set overlooking the resort’s interior lagoon, the restaurant welcomes guests in a stylish and original setting. A la carte dinner and several buffets are offered in different themes, with creative menus updated weekly.
Le Te Ava restaurant is located pool side, offering dining with your feet in the sand amid a delightfully relaxed atmosphere. The kick back beach restaurant is reminiscent of a traditional Tahiti Village, with the prefect ambiance for romantic lunches as well as relaxed dinner.
Miki Miki Bar is distinguished from the islands watering holes by its architecture, the Miki Miki Bar is designed as a prow of a ship pointing toward Mount Otemanu. It’s a unique setting in which to savor a house cocktail while watching the amazing beauty of the sunset across the lagoon.
Fare Tupa is also available for snacks from 10:30 – 5:00 and is swimsuit casual.
Wellness Center is available for that ultimate moment of relaxation. Pamper yourself with a menu of therapeutic body treatments, massages, hands and feet treatments, and more.
Turtle Sanctuary a unique opportunity to meet and learn about marine turtles in their natural environment. You will observe their behavior and how they are cared for, and even swim with them in the resorts interior lagoon. Le Meridien actively participates in the protection of sea turtles, including hawksbill and green turtles. The care center is located in the heart of the resort and is unique in French Polynesia.
Kainalu Canoe Club is also unique at Le Meridien, which is the first hotel to reintroduce this traditional French Polynesian boat. Guest can experience excursions on traditional sailing canoes, enjoy a wave tossed journey to the rhythm of the wind, and discover the most beautiful lagoon in the world.