Le Méridien Bora Bora - A Paradise Resort Set On A Blue LagoonLe Méridien  
Bora Bora

Le Meridien in Bora Bora, a contemporary resort set on an islet and lagoon, offers some wonderful scenery and modern amenities, such as a large glass floor that lets you see the lagoon and the underwater life, as well as bungalows and villas filled with modern facilities and comforts.

The décor is Polynesian-inspired, and some of the best rooms have private infinity pools overlooking the lagoon.

For dining, Le Meridien Bora Bora offers the Le Tipanie buffet, while the Te Ava has its themed dinners and Polynesian fusion foods. La Trattoria offers Italian dishes with custom orders available.

You’ll love the unique timber floors, the Mount Otemanu scenery, as well as the coconut trees near the beach. With everything from a spa to Wi-Fi to cocktails, this is a resort that feels luxurious and in touch with nature, all at the same time.


Bora Bora in the South Pacific is made for a romantic getaway with overwater bungalows, turquoise lagoons, and majestic mountain peaks. The Le Méridien Bora Bora was named French Polynesia's best resort over and over again.

Le Méridien Bora Bora resort

The picturesque island in French Polynesia is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Perhaps it has to do with its 2385 feet (727 meters) volcanic mountain peak surrounded by pristine lagoons.

Bora Bora is roughly halfway between South America and Australia, so it takes several long flights to get there. But you will be rewarded by the beauty unseen in other parts of the world.

Le Méridien Bora Bora lobby garden

Bora Bora is one of French Polynesia's 118 paradise islands. It got its name from James Cook when he sailed to the Polynesian islands in 1774. The name means "the firstborn", referring to a local legend.

Today, Bora Bora is one of the world's most exclusive islands and home to some of the world's most luxurious resorts.

Le Tipanie Restaurant

The gastronomy level of Bora Bora is also sky-high. Butlers can set up romantic candlelit dinners on a small private island or serve exquisite meals in the overwater bungalows.

Romantic evening dining at the beach

Over water bungalows

The overwater villas are connected by wooden pathways, each with a private entrance. The thatched-roof bungalows are designed to maximize privacy; after all, honeymoon-makers are the target audience.

Le Méridien Bora Bora over water bungalows

Each villa has a direct access staircase to enter the crystal clear waters of the turquoise lagoons for a quick morning swim or snorkeling among the colorful corals.

Bora Bora bungalows on the ocean

Over water bungalow interior

The overwater bungalow has glass floors in the living room, so you can observe the colorful marine life below your feet instead of watching TV.

Glass floor with ocean view in the over water bungalow at Le Méridien Bora Bora

Glass floor in the bungalow

The overwater villas' private balconies are perfectly positioned to see the magical Polynesian sunsets and have beautiful views of Mt. Otemanu.

Over water bungalow balcony with ocean views

Le Méridien Bora Bora villa

Some beachfront bungalows have their own private beaches. Here, celebrities swim among turtles in the azure-blue waters of the lagoons. Don't be surprised if you see Sharon Stone, Eva Longoria, or Nicole Kidman on this paradise island, as it wouldn't be their first time visiting.

Le Méridien Bora Bora villa private infinity pool

Turtle sanctuary

The island's turtle sanctuary has a platform to observe their life through a glass wall. This way, there is a physical separation between curious humans and the endangered turtles.

See-through glass at the turtle sanctuary

If you plan to have a wedding on this heavenly island, the resort is ready to facilitate your needs. The overwater chapel is one of the most romantic places to declare your love officially.

Over water chapel

Floating girl in the ocean

Bora Bora beach

Le Méridien Bora Bora pool

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