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Poised on Motu Tevairoa, only a ten-minute boat ride from the airport and fifteen minutes across the lagoon from the village of Vaitape, the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa combines heavenly location and proximity to the mainland. The resort boasts authentic Polynesian style and architecture and certainly offers some of the most traditionally designed rooms and villas in Bora Bora. While overwater bungalows are Bora Bora’s iconic accommodation type, the resort also features spacious Garden Pool Villas and Beach Suites with jacuzzi and magical views of iconic Mount Otemanu. The eighty rooms and villas are nestled in a beautiful tropical garden, on the beach and of course above the turquoise lagoon. There are three restaurants and one bar, and cuisine is international with a Polynesian twist. At the TĀVAI Spa, the islands’ generous nature has been captured to create decadent treatments that will rejuvenate and renew. Vichy shower body scrubs, hot stone massage with fragrant ‘monoï’.
Stayed two nights in over water bungalow no 34. Lovely views of the mountain and the lagoon is exactly as the photographs, perfect. Blessed with good weather. Nice large room with equally large bathroom. A little wear and tear but I loved the room. I...More
What a wonderful time we had at Pearl Beach Resort. We spent half our time in a garden bungalow and the other half in an overwater bungalow...both pristine in their own way and both id stay in, happily again...the staff are fabulous and helpful and...More
We got an over water bungalow with the mountain view. Room was beautiful. This resort has amazing views. There is a bit of wear and tear in the room but the views were too amazing. Service was great and all staff was friendly. There are...More
When we got married, we promised each other that for our 5th, we'd go to Bora Bora. We liked the idea of staying in the overwater bungalow, it was just a matter of which resort to choose. So glad we choose the Pearl. The location...More
First of all, I loved the resort and was happy that we chose an overwater bungalow. It was worth the extra dollars to feed fish at night through our portal and to jump off the steps into the coral reef nursery, teeming with fish. The...More
We flew overnight from Los Angeles to Tahiti and then took a smaller plane (about 40 seats) to the airport at Bora Bora. This airport actually sits on it's on small island, so all of the resorts send a boat to the airport to... More
We flew overnight from Los Angeles to Tahiti and then took a smaller plane (about 40 seats) to the airport at Bora Bora. This airport actually sits on it's on small island, so all of the resorts send a boat to the airport to pick you up and ferry you to their location.