Hilton Bora Bora

This charming resort sits slightly separated from other major chain hotels in Bora Bora, namely Intercontinental, St Regis and Four seasons. One side faces the lagoon while the other side faces a hillock with an opening showing the majestic Mt Otemanu towering over the islands.

As mesmerzing as Bora Bora is, the experience itself is incomplete without staying in an overwater bungalow. We chose Overwater bungalows at Hilton Bora Bora as we had plenty of Hilton points to spend!

First two nights we stayed in bungalow in deeper portion of the lagoon with unobstructed views of ocean.

Large rooms with huge bed, beautifully decorated interiors and a big bath tub!

The third day we moved to another bungalow which had stunning views of Mt. Otemanu. .

The resort sorroundings were lush and tropical, surrounded on all sides turquoise water glowing in sun! Cabanas, hammocks, beach chairs on this lagoon were very inviting.

The last two days, we stayed in a mountain bungalow which had an amazing view of the lagoon with varying hues of blue!

Resort food can be expensive in Bora Bora. We had Breakfast at the resort (very good and free for Hilton Gold/Diamond members) but rarely had lunch/dinner. Variety was lacking and a couple of dishes we tried were quite bland. Being Vegetarians, the menu for us was quite puny so we chose to go to Vaitape (the main island) for food

We loved our week long, laid back and luxurious stay, here at Hilton Borabora. We would always love to comeback to this place anytime! .

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[2016-05-17 11:08:59]

OMG! what a place