Overlooking Bora Bora's beautiful lagoon, this waterfront resort sits on two islands and has dramatic views of Mount Otemanu at sunset. The main island is approximately 20 minutes away by boat. The 99 air-conditioned bungalows, located overwater or among coconut groves, feature decks with either direct beach or lagoon access. 81 of the bures have glass-bottomed floors for viewing marine life. Featuring traditional French Polynesian design and artwork, Le Meridien Bora Bora offers a pool and its own inner lagoon full of turtles and tropical fish, as well as numerous water-based activities.
The Signature Overwater Bungalow at Le Meridien offers the unique experience of a breathtaking glass floor, the largest on the island of Bora Bora. Entirely renovated and combining contemporary and Polynesian designs, the new look of the bungalows embraces the three core values of Le Meridien: chic, cultured & discovery. Located over the turquoise waters of the Pearl of the Pacific and nicely decorated with wooden materials, each bungalow offers direct access to the lagoon and romantic views over Mount Otemanu. The 50 square meter (540sqft) overwater bungalow features a flat screen TV with video on demand and music channels, a telephone, a mini bar, air conditioning, Wifi, a safety box, tea & coffee facilities, a furnished terrace and a sofa bed.
Entirely redesigned and located at the beginning of the pontoon, this exquisite over the water bungalow with no direct access to the water offers great views over the main island of Bora Bora and the lagoon. Contemporary design and true Polynesian touches best describe the new bungalows that boast a wooden canopy bed, a modern surf board shaped coffee table, a black stone double sink and a bath tube, a large panoramic window and a walk-in closet. The 50 square meter (540sqft) bungalow features a flat screen TV offering video on demand and music channels, a telephone, a mini bar, a separate bathtub & shower, air conditioning, wifi internet access, an in room safety box, tea & coffee facilities, a furnished terrace, a sofa bed and 24h room service.
Le Tipanié Restaurant offers Polynesian, Asian and Western cuisines along with themed buffets each night. Guests may choose from a wine list and enjoy their meals in the open-air pavilions sheltered by thatched roofs in candlelit ambience and views over the inner lagoon. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast and buffet dinner. The gourmet restaurant Le Tiaré serves dinner which guests may choose from an à la carte menu. The Te Ava Restaurant serves à la carte breakfast, lunch, dinner, light snacks, pizzas and sandwiches. Its poolside location provides views of Mount Otemanu. The Te Ava is open daily from early morning to late evening. The sophisticated Miki Miki Bar offers bar snacks, cocktails, other alcoholic drinks, and beverages. The elevated setting overlooking beach and Mount Otemanu in combination with cane chairs with white cushions create a relaxing atmosphere. Five evenings per week ukulele player provide entertainment.
Le Meridien Bora Bora features complimentary snorkeling, windsurfing, kayaking, pirogues (flat-bottomed boats), table tennis, badminton, volleyball, Frisbees, footballs, and lawn bowling. Children can make use of buckets and spades, snorkels and masks, and a small sail boat. Scuba diving, jet skiing, parasailing, and waterskiing are also available (surcharges may apply). A small infinity swimming pool is complemented by a large inner lagoon where guests can swim among fish and turtles. Guests can also enjoy complimentary traditional activities on a regular basis, such as Tahitian dance lessons and local arts and crafts classes.