Bora Bora Beach Resort

BP 174, Bora Bora, Society Islands, 98730, French Polynesia | 3 star hotel
 

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Living a life in Bora Bora!!

A travel blog entry by natashac on Sep 29, 2013

Wow,it was a very long plane ride, but we are finally here in Bora Bora!!! Right now i am writing this in our room at the Bora Bora Beach Resort, where we will be staying for 3 days. So for this vacation i plan on seeing many fishes, the little shops they have here, and of course the beaches!!So in order for that to happen we plan on doing some …

Day 16

A travel blog entry by ebardt

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... the downpour continuing we were forced to enjoy a very relaxing final full day of vacation. This amounted to watching movies, reading, napping, and hardly lifting a finger. All of this in our "hut" with all the doors and window open enjoying the tropical rains. All of the TV channels are in French. Occasionally we get a movie in English with French subtitles (instead of being dubbed in French). Today we were fortunate enough to get "Rock of Ages" - which was ...

Day 14

A travel blog entry by ebardt

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... We made the trip to exchange some currency and do some souvenir shopping. Bought Ruthie some emergency CocaCola Light. Supplies were dwindling and nerves were on edge. Back to the St. Regis aboard their yacht. Not like Melnichenko's back in Hawaii - but a helluva lot nicer than any yacht I've ever been on (We will see who's been paying attention the whole with that reference!). Back to the room for some wifi and FaceTime action. Got to talk to Dad, Paula, ...

Bora Bora

A travel blog entry by david_irina

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Бора-Б 086;ра oтлича 077;тся своей лагун 86;й. Вода в ней имеет множе 89;тво цвето ...

Big rays, big sharks, big lagoon, big dongas

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda

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... us when we got ashore but hopefully something at least a bit authentic and not a Bayliner sports cruiser or something like that.

It was in-between. There were a couple of modern outriggers in the quay and a fairly large fibreglass skiff with comfy padded benches along the sides. As we came ashore I saw a young guy in shorts and a polo jump out of the skiff. A couple of minutes later he returned wearing nothing but a black and white pareo. If that ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on BP 174, Bora Bora, is near Bora Bora Lagoonarium, Topdive Bora Bora, Mount Otemanu, and Paul Gauguin Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBora Bora Beach Resort

    Reviewed by natashac

    A very beautiful resort

    Reviewed Sep 29, 2013
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    It was a breath taking sight. It was also a wonderful place with a great view!!
    It was great waking up and seeing, and hearing the beach.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Bora Bora Beach Resort

    Great Value for Money!!

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    We had read several reviews about this hotel as being an excellent value and decided to stay here for 3 nights during our recent trip. Along with this review, I have included some photos of interest.

    Mediocre at best- value property

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    Recently stayed at Novotel Bora Bora. Clean but very basic property with basic amenities. All rooms are located across the street from Lobby/pool/restaurants/beach etc...As a 6'2'' 205lb man the beds were not the most comfortable. Had to carry all of my own luggage to my room- not fun. Beach is ok- nice view of Sofitel Motu. Pool is very small but again nice view facing out from the property. Typical Polynesian foods- pricey but ok. Probably a good value for people cutting corners to be able to enjoy Bora Bora. Bartenders and waitresses hardly spoke English- not unexpected. Typical slow service- but whos in a rush when in French Polynesia? All in all not bad- would not go here on honeymoon or any special occasion. This place is for friends or family wanting to visit Bora Bora on a budget.

    Exceeded all expectations

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    When my friend and I stayed at this hotel in March 2005 it had recently opened, consequently we found it very difficult to find any info or reviews of the property before we went. Needless to say it was with some trepidation that we set off on our 'dream holiday'. The reason we booked the hotel was because it was the only affordable resort style option on the island. Any reservations we may have had went out of the window as soon as we arrived. The hotel is a delight in every way from the contemporary style, spotless bedrooms to the decked pool area with views of Sofitel Motu and Tahaa and Raiatea. Restaurant was good, everything was clean and new and their was an air of stylish sophistication which belied the price range throughout. I wanted to keep this amazing discovery quiet but one year down the line I see the secret is out. Well done Novotel Bora Bora, can't wait to return!!

    Great value in an ideal location.

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    My boyfriend and I spent 4 days at this resort and were extremely satisfied with our stay. Upon our arrival in Bora Bora, we were promptly picked up by a friendly driver who transported us to the hotel. Driving up to the property is quite underwhelming, since the lobby is small, dimly lit, and very close to the road. Also, the stretch of road nearby the hotel and thoughout the Matira area is unfortunately strewn with a significant amount of litter. However, once you walk through the lobby onto the beach, the hotel more closely resembles a 4 star property, with a nice stretch of white sand, lovely lagoon views, and no trash on the beach. The resort could stand to have a few more beach chairs, since we ended up having to rest on the sand several days due to a chair shortage. With the arrival of multiple guests on the same flight, hotel check in was somewhat slow, but we eventually were escorted to our room across a small road. Less than a 3 minute walk to the beach, our room was very clean, well air-conditioned, and comfortable. We did see some ants crawling up the wall in the bathroom and called the front desk to see if they could provide some insect spray. They replied that spray was "not allowed" on the island, but we could pick up some other substance to put in water to drive the ants away. We decided to leave the ants alone, since they weren't anywhere near the bed or the small refrigerator under the desk. The only other inconvenience we encountered is that the hotel does not have an ice machine, so you must take a plastic bag (no ice buckets are provided) to the bar and ask them to give you some ice. One of the bar staff seemed somewhat annoyed by our repeated requests for ice, but all the other staff were quite accomodating.

    A Great Deal

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    It's rare that you feel you got more than you paid for but that's how we felt about this hotel. We got a great deal on the internet (the hotel is owned by Accor Hotels so go to their website) for about $130/night which included breakfast. This was a non-changeable, non-refundable deal. The hotel ended up being at least a 3+ star (maybe 4 star hotel) so the price was a real deal. All of the hotel rooms are garden rooms while the reception area and pool are on the beach side of the road.

    Keep it quiet

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    We stayed 4 nights and as a travel agent I like to try different properties from budget to deluxe(see my review soon on Le taha'a-private island). This is champagne on a beer budget. Nice room, nice people, nice beach. Activities all around..walk 5 minutes for the jet ski tour and save $40 over hotel price. Walk 2 minutes to the market for fresh bread, cheese, wine and whatever. Hotels pick you up for dinner like Bloody Mary or walk to Patoti(spelling is close) for an authentic french repas. This is the real deal. If you can snag a reservation across on the Sofitel Motu-the food and view are excellent at fair prices. Don't think twice-it's alright here...........

    Fantastic

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    Just got back from Bora Bora >We stayed at the Novotel for 5 days and all I can say is the place is fantastic. We were welcomed with a cocktail and chilled facewashers. The staff are just so great, very friendly and helpful. The place is located on the best stretch of beach on the island, great views, snorkling , and free activities like snorkling gear, kayaks and nightly shows like tahitian dancing and singing etc.Food was also very nice at the resort restaurant which is situated on the beach. Pool area and the beach is so lovely and the views breath taking. All the shops are minutes walking distance as well as most restaurants. All activities are booked by the staff at your own request .Rooms are clean and very comfortable set in beautiful tropical surrounding.

    Can we keep it a secret!

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    I read the reviews listed here before our trip and that is what convinced me to try it. The price was a determining factor too. I was nervous that it would turn out to be awful since it is so inexpensive compared to most hotels on Bora Bora. It was much better than expected. The room was very clean, comfortable, and quiet. The beach, pool and amenities are right across a small street. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I want to go back again.

    A stylish and excellent value!

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    I have mixed feelings about writing this review as I feel like this wonderful hotel/resort is our own secret discovery. However, I had been dismayed not to find more information on the Novotel Bora Bora Beach Resort when trying to plan our trip and had vowed to write a review when we returned home. My husband and I live in northern CA and only met one other American couple at the hotel as the clientele was mostly french. We are discriminating travelers who are used to staying a Four Seasons, Ritz Carltons, and similar level properties. We travel extensively and recent destinations included Vietnam and South Africa. We wanted to make a quick escape on a budget (since we had exhausted most of our travel budget for the year) and only booked this trip 3 days prior to departure through(---). I figured that being in Bora Bora would be fabulous enough to make up for not staying in luxury accommodations.

    Good value

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    i stayed whit my husband 3 days at the novotel bora bora and it has exceded all of our expectations. its a terrific hotel for the price, and a excelent cost - benefice. ITS IS NOT THE MOST LUXURIOS HOTEL AT BORA BORA, but permitis escape to the hight cost of the island, and make possible for midle class stay in a beatiful building, well decorate, in a wonderful beach at this magical place. So if you can't pay 500,00 or more per night, stay at this very frendily and confortable hotel

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bora Bora Beach Resort

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Traveler Photos Bora Bora Beach Resort

    Ben relaxing in pool at Novotel in Bora Bora
    Tahiti, French Polynesia
    Meal at Bloody Mary's Bora Bora
    Tahiti, French Polynesia