French Polynesia

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Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
8
8 reviews
This is a family-friendly, five-star resort from a top-class brand that delivers the Bora Bora dream. — The Telegraph
The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
8
7 reviews
Its 89 overwater and beachfront bungalows are the largest in French Polynesia, and are richly appointed with modern island decor and thoughtful amenities. — Oyster
Conrad Bora Bora Nui
8
5 reviews
Bora Bora Nui is a "Polynesian charmer" with a stunning new two-bedroom family villa as well as fresh talent in the kitchen-chef Daniel Echasseriau (formerly of La Samanna). — Travel + Leisure
InterContinental Bora Bora Resort Thalasso Spa
7
4 reviews
Floor-to-ceiling windows, Lucite ceiling fans, big tubs overlooking the water, and bathrooms with black slate floors reflect the clean modern aesthetic throughout. — Condé Nast Traveler
Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort
7
6 reviews
Classic Polynesian design on a white sand beach. — Gayot
InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora
7
5 reviews
Traditional Polynesian-styled bungalows with mod cons and knockout views. — Jetsetter
Le Meridien Bora Bora
7
5 reviews
In full view of mystical Mount Otemanu, this photogenic Bora Bora resort near the northern tip of Motu Pitiaau caters to families by offering free snorkeling equipment, canoes, and windsurfing boards. — Travel + Leisure
Sunset Hill Lodge
7
2 reviews
Although the location, on the northern outskirts of Vaitape, about 8km away from Matira Beach, doesn't exactly scream 'vacation', this is a real find if you’re working to a tight budget. — Lonely Planet
Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa
7
4 reviews
The 1998-opened Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa is a luxury property with a stunning oceanfront setting overlooking Mount Otemanu — Oyster
Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island
7
4 reviews
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a mellower spot to maroon yourself for a languid holiday. — Lonely Planet
Le Taha'a by Pearl Resorts
7
4 reviews
Popular with honeymooners, this quiet resort is located on the white-sand beach of Motu Tautau, just west of the larger Taha’a island. — Travel + Leisure
Bora Bora Ecolodge
7
2 reviews
The name is misleading: there’s nothing vaguely ‘eco’ or ‘lodge’ in this modest pension featuring six self-contained bungalows in Anau village...but it’s an acceptable port of call. — Lonely Planet
Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora
7
2 reviews
This midrange resort prides itself on offering the cheapest overwater bungalows in French Polynesia. — Lonely Planet
Blue Heaven Island lodge
7
2 reviews
Location is the drawcard for Blue Heaven Island. — Lonely Planet
Pension Alice et Raphael
7
2 reviews
Simple hedonists will be hard-pressed to find a mellower spot to maroon themselves for a languid holiday — Lonely Planet
Manava Suite Resort Tahiti
7
2 reviews
The upscale Manava Suite Resort is a waterfront property that's popular with overnight travelers either just arriving or about to depart Tahiti — Oyster
Le Tahiti by Pearl Resorts
7
2 reviews
On an absolutely gorgeous, and very private, stretch of black sand beach, I really enjoyed my stay at the Tahiti Pearl Beach — Afar Magazine
InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa
7
2 reviews
Set on a 32-acre peninsula surrounded by a turquoise lagoon, the Intercontinental Tahiti Resort and Spa is a 245-room upscale resort with attractive rooms and stilted overwater bungalows. — Oyster
Village Temanuata
7
2 reviews
Overall it's not bad value given the irresistible location on Matira Beach and the promotional rates ('stay three nights, pay for two') when it's slack. — Lonely Planet
The Brando
7
2 reviews
The Brando is one of the world's most exclusive private island retreats. — Oyster
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