Bora Bora in High Style

When I dream, I like to dream big. The St. Regis Bora Bora comes to mind.

Bora Bora is, hand’s down, one of the most beautiful places in the world. Bar none. The water, valleys, and peaks mimic Avatar-esque proportions. Imagine a fantasy realm with vibrant sea creatures lit up by the night sky as they playfully zip between your toes.  Yes, this is Bora Bora and that’s not even the half of it. As there are several hot properties in the vicinity, this week, we’ve chosen to highlight The St. Regis Bora Bora because it boasts the largest, chicest, most luxurious Royal Estate on this glorious motu (and, occasionally, we like to get uber-ritzy).

First and foremost, the technology is state of the art.  The look… beyond one’s wildest expectations.  It’s something of a reality meeting a dream, offering even a bit more than you may have even dreamt.  Quite frankly, true paradise.  From the welcoming arms of the actual water village location to the interiors of the villas, gardens, restaurants, bars and spas, everything is transcendent.  There are over water villas, 1500+ sq. ft., with views to die for and Premier Over-water Villas, with nearly 2,000 sq. ft.  That’s bigger than our Editor’s flat in London, fellas.  Premier Over-water Villas also have private terraces with covered gazebos and outdoor showers (since who wouldn’t want get nakey with views of the motus in the distance?).  Yes, you can even whirlpool suspended over  the lagoon with a view of the main island of Bora Bora.

Not enough for you?  Then I’ll skip a few more levels and get straight to The Royal Estate.  It’s 13,000 sq. ft of unimaginable luxury and debuts as the largest suite in French Polynesia surrounded by lush gardens and its own private white sand beach.  You just must see it to believe it.

St Regis Bora Bora Hotels: The StRegis Bora Bora Resort – Hotel
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