Bora Bora Huts on/over the Water with Glass Floors

Overwater resorts offer something different and unique. Apart from offering slightly different amenities and views, they also offer interesting decorated rooms with their own key features. some resorts think that offering large 4-poster beds or a fully stocked mini bar is too common so they take the overwater rooms to the next level. Glass floors are the new things to attract people.

Glass floors are a fresh one and it is also unique. It is an interesting way to please the guests. With it, everyone is able to see the world below them without having to get wet. Here are the most recommended huts overwater with glass floors in Bora Bora.

  1. Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora

Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora

Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora is the name of a smaller sized boutique resort. This one is considered a 3-star resort that offers low prices. It is such a perfect one to find the perfect South Pacific escape. Some of the offers include restaurants, bar, snorkeling equipment, the outrigger canoe, kayaks and many more.

Even though the rooms are a bit small compared to the other ones, each of them has a TV, a coffee and tea marker, and a fully stocked mini bar, a separate bathtub and shower, and a private terrace as a place to enjoy the views of the island and ocean. There is also the glass coffee table that allows you an amazing view of the ocean below the room.


The location of the Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora is on the southeast coast of the main island of Bora Bora in French Polynesia.

Rooms or villas or suites:

Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora has 19 overwater bungalows in addition to 28 garden view rooms, 20 ocean view rooms, and 7 beach bungalows.

    • A number of overwater bungalows: 19
    • Beds: One kingsize and a sofa bed
    • Arca: 290 sq ft (27 m2) plus 86 sq.ft. (8 m2) terrace
    • Wi-Fi: Internet available in lobby
    • Entertainment system: TV
    • Room service: No

Special room features:

    • Private terrace
    • Glass coffee table that gives you views of the waters below
    • Stocked mini bar
    • Complimentary coffee or tea maker
    • Separate bathtub and shower
    • In-room safe
    • IDD phone
    • Bedside tables
    • Wardrobe
    • Writing table
    • Ceiling fan
    • Direct water access

Resort features:

    • Free use of snorkeling equipment, outrigger canoes and kayaks
    • Car, scooter and bicycle rental
    • Boutiques (natural cultures black pearl jewelry, souvenirs, handicraft fashion)
    • Laundry service
    • Babysitting on request
    • Airport transfer
    • Bicycle rental


    • No on-site spa, but a few of them are available at closest resorts

Nearby facilities:

    • Transfers by speed boat to the islet or Motu (taxi boat)
    • Half day shark feeding tour on motorized outrigger pirogue
    • Full day shark and ray feedings, including Motu picnic, on motorized outrigger pirogue
    • 4WD Jeep Safari island tour
    • Lagoonarium tour
    • Scuba diving
    • Guided island tour on wave runners
    • Catamaran sail cruises (half day, private tour, sunset cruise)
    • Deep sea fishing
    • Lagoon trolling and fishing
    • Parasailing
    • Waterskiing
    • Glass bottom boat tour
    • Horseback riding on the Motu
    • Quad excursion
    • Massages
    • Boat rental
    • Submarine tour

Restaurants and bars:

    • Haere Mai restaurant
    • Tama’a Maitai Beach restaurant
    • Manuia Bar


    • Low season online specials from US$473 per night
    • High season online specials from US$509 per night

Getting there:

If you want to get to the Le Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora, the first thing that you will have to do is to fly to Tahiti. Then, you will need to continue your way by taking a 50-minute flight to Bora Bora. The next thing is to take the free shuttle boat to the main island. Lastly, take a ground shuttle to the resort close to the southern tip of the island.

  1. Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort

Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort

Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort is one of the first overwater resorts in the South Pacific. It is one of the best and one of the most favorite. It has been praised many times for its service, rooms, views, and amenities throughout.

In Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort, you will be able to enjoy some water activities such as snorkeling and shark and ray feeding excursions. Each activity is so fun and it is even better if you spend your time with your loved one.

Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort offers two kinds of overwater rooms. The first one is the one that sits closer to shore with views of the beach and the second one is further away from the island, offering a bit more privacy. Each of them offers a living room, bedroom, bathroom with a dressing area, a split level sun terrace with a small staircase into the ocean and the glass coffee table that makes it possible for you to see the ocean below.


The location of the Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort is just off the far southern tip of the main Bora Bora island in French Polynesia in the South Pacific.

Rooms or villas or suites:

    • Lagoon overwater bungalows (views of the beach, closer in)
    • Horizon overwater bungalows (views of the horizon, farther out, more privacy)
    • Overwater bungalows: 50
    • Beds: 1 kingsize
    • Arca: 592 sq ft (55 m2)
    • Wi-Fi: Available
    • Entertainment system: Satellite TV, DVD player
    • Room service: Available

Resort features:

    • Outdoor pool lagoonarium tour shark and ray feeding excursions scuba diving water activities
    • Outdoor pool
    • Activities desk offers snorkel gear, outrigger canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and windsurfing boards
    • Business center
    • 24-hour lounge
    • Concierge services
    • Boat rentals
    • Boat cruises
    • Helmet dives
    • Subscooter dives
    • Submarine dives

Special room features:

    • Large sun terrace
    • Living room
    • Bedroom
    • Bathroom and dressing arca
    • Glass coffee table shows lagoon below
    • Split level sun terraces with a stairway in the lagoon
    • Fresh water shower
    • Air conditioning


While there is no spa at this resort, there is a shuttle to the spa at Intercontinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa.

Restaurants and bars:

    • Noa Noa Terrace Restaurant
    • Vini Vina Bar Restaurant terrace

Nearby activities:

    • Swimming
    • Snorkeling
    • Island tour via outrigger canoe, jet ski, or car

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