Matira

Hotel Matira Beach sits in the heart of popular Matira Beach, one of the few public access beaches in Bora Bora and a great spot for water activities. A great holiday location but if you are after pampering and privacy, this may not be for you. The Hotel Matira is a moderately priced. It is located just down the road from the Hotel Bora Bora, right next door to the InterContinental on the Matira Point and conveniently located near Bora Diving Center. The no-thrills small and friendly hotel has spacious bungalows. The interiors of the bungalows are done in beautiful woods with crisp white bedcovers. A unique aspect about the hotel is that the restaurant/bar is down the street from the bungalows. Also note there is no air conditioning in these bungalows but there are ceiling fans and mosquito nets which really do suffice.

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Standard Bungalow

All 3 of the typical Polynesian Standard bungalows are made of teak wood and luxuriously decorated to satisfy the most demanding guests. They have the surface area of 42 square meters. They all boast a terrace and wooden furniture. In room equipment and features include a ceiling fan, private bathroom with hot water, linen, refrigerator, kettle, and a coffee machine.

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Beach Bungalow

Each of the Beach bungalows are made of teak wood and luxuriously decorated to satisfy the most demanding guests and located on the beach. They have the surface area of 42 square meters. They all boast a terrace and wooden furniture. In room equipment and features include a ceiling fan, private bathroom with hot water, linen, refrigerator, kettle, and a coffee machine.

    Dining

    There is no restaurant on site although the owners have a restaurant further along Matira Beach (about 5 minutes walk) which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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    Activities

    It is an ideal vacation place to take advantage of the sun and beach, relax, and to carry on many nautical activities. Island tour by motor boat, lagoonarium visit, motu (islet) transfer, scuba diving, glass bottom boat, etc

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