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This place is not cheap it is however what I classify as excellent...I cannot find a fault here the staff the environment my favourite place I have ever visited in the whole world , I Would love to return .
We spent week in St Regis for our over New Year holidays. From the first minute we fall in love with the place. Everything was prepared great, staff from the beginning was amazing. Our butler Giulio was so helpful starting from resort trip through organising...More
Where do i begin? This is the most amazing place we've been so far!!! My husband and I went on a 3 week adventure around French Polynesia, and the St. Regis Bora Bora was the first stop. We stayed in an over-water bungalow and it...More
We have been lucky enough to travel all around the world. This is the rare occasion that it’s more beautiful in person than the pictures you see, this place is perfect. Everyone from the folks cleaning the refuse to the front desk staff seems happy...More
I was excited to be spending my 60th birthday back in Bora Bora and at the St Regis. This time we opted for the bungalow on the beach with the private pool and were very happy with that choice. Don't get me wrong the overwater...More
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Shuttle Bus Service
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
US$932 - US$2,647 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 On the Beach Hotel in Bora Bora
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Response from Mikeofokc | Reviewed this property |
Like the previous reviewer we only stayed at St. Regis so I cant really compare. If you have never stayed in an overwater Bungalow then you should do it at least once. However if you have had that experience then save some... More
Like the previous reviewer we only stayed at St. Regis so I cant really compare. If you have never stayed in an overwater Bungalow then you should do it at least once. However if you have had that experience then save some bucks and get a cheaper one as the experience is similar and you wont be in your room much anyway unless your newlyweds and are still practicing to become perfect like the rest of us old farts. Also you can save a bunch of money on your food cost where ever you stay in Tahiti by knowing a few tricks. First eat a good breakfast because they serve great breakfast buffets and any thing you put on your plate they will give you a box to take with you because if you don’t they will throw it away. You will have enough for lunch or even dinner if your a two meal a day person. How this is possible is that their buffet include sandwich fixings, bread, fresh unsealed fruit, cheese, sandwich meet, everything you can imagine. For you dinner just order for one person and split whatever you ordered. Their portions are enough to feed you both and if you didn’t get enough then order more desert or a burger at them bar. Dont buy a meal plan to feed you 3 meals a day for each person you will waste food and money. You can also pick up what the locals eat if you go to town. A huge baguette of bread cost $0.50 but most everything else is higher than we pay in the states unless government subsidized. I would only do this for snacks and not main meal replacements as the folks of Tahiti combine home cooking with French cooking and you will love it. I thought we would save money by eating off the hotel grounds at local restaurants. The savings wont be much but the experience of trying to taste real local cooking is always an adventure.