Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora Price Per Night & Restaurants Review

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is one of the most popular and one of the most recommended resorts in Bora Bora. It has been praised by many due to its service and its everything. The place offers a lot of things that you can experience with your loved ones. How much does it cost to stay at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora per night?

The price of staying at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora per night

There is no exact answer to the question since the price of staying at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora or some other places depends on a few things such as room type, the number of people, and so on. However, according to a site called Kayak, the cheapest rate per night at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is $1,021.

The price of staying at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora per night

By spending that amount, you will be able to enjoy a lot of amenities, such as free high speed internet (Wi-Fi), pool, fitness center with gym or workout room, beach, babysitting, bar or lounge, boating, indoor play area for children, pool or beach towels, pool with view, private pool, fitness or spa locker rooms, personal trainer, restaurant, breakfast buffet, complimentary instant coffee, happy hour, kid’s meals, snack bar, wine or champagne, poolside bar, diving, tennis court, windsurfing, evening entertainment, table tennis, kids club, free airport transportation, business center with internet access, banquet room, photo copier or fax in business center, body wrap, facial treatments, food massage, hand massage, manicure, neck massage, pedicure, waxing services, baggage storage, concierge, gift shop, non-smoking hotel, shops, sun loungers or beach chairs, sun umbrellas, infirmary, 24-hour check—in, private check-in or check-out, dry cleaning, self-serve laundry, ironing service, hot tub, infinity pool, outdoor pool, yoga classes, fitness classes, sauna, breakfast available, breakfast in the room, complimentary tea, kid-friendly buffet, outdoor dining area, special diet menus, swimup bar, canoeing, snorkeling, water sport equipment rentals, entertainment staff, fishing, children activities (kid or family friendly), highchairs available, airport transportation, conference facilities, meeting rooms, spa, couple message, foot bath, full body massage, massage, open-air bath, steam room, 24-hour security, chapel or shrine, currency exchange, newspaper, outdoor furniture, sun deck, un terrace, butler service, umbrella, 24-hour front desk, clothes dryer, laundry service, washing machine, shoeshine, and many more.

You can check the price of staying at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora by visiting some websites such as Booking.com. In this website, you will be able to find the room types. Some of the rooms include One Bedroom Beach View Over Water Bungalow Suite King Bed, Two Bedroom Suite Herenui, Three Bedroom Beachfront Villa with Private Pool, One Bedroom Mountain View Overwater Bungalow Suite, Bungalow with Suite Lagoon View Over Water with Two Queen Beds, One Bedroom Lagoon View Overwater Bungalow Suites with Plunge Pool, Otemanu Bungalow with Plunge Pool Over Water, Two Bedroom Deluxe Beachfront Villa with Private Pool, One Bedroom Beach View Over Water Bungalow Suite Two Queen, and some other ones. However, the price is currently not available since the resort is closed.

Plus, you can also check out the price by visiting the official website of the resort but since the resort is currently closed due to the new entry restrictions into French Polynesia, you cannot check the price. The resort will be reopening April 1, 2021 and they will look forward to welcoming you then.

The restaurants of the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

The restaurants of the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

There are four on site restaurants in the Four Seasons. Some menus are offered ranging from the classical French cuisine to sushi and sashimi. The main restaurant of the resort is called Tere Nui. This one serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The type of breakfast that is served in buffet style, which includes American favorites such as omelets and pancakes with the addition of local specialties such as poisson cru and coconut sweet bread. There is an a la chare lunch menu offered by the restaurant but it can be transformed back into a buffet restaurant at the dinner time. They use different themes for each night of the week buffet. Some of the themes include Italian, Tahitian, or grill night.

The second restaurant is Arii Moana. This one is the signature restaurant of the Four Season resort. It opens every night for dinner and it serves French Polynesian fusion cuisine. The restaurant looks good with bold texture details and dark woods throughout. If you want to have dinner at this restaurant, it is better for you to make a reservation in advance.

The third one is known as the Sunnet Bar. This one is the perfect one for those who love to watch the sun set each evening. Since it is an open bar, the place looks like a lounge with low lying tables and chairs and there is also an L-shaped bar overlooking the water. The guests will be served with the exotic cocktails and Asian light fare such as sushi and sashimi.

The fourth one is the Hoa Beach Bar and Grill. This one opens every day for lunch and sometimes it is also available for dinner. It is the alternative for those who want to take a break from the luxurious resort dining since every menu is casual. In this place, you will be able to find and order the bar food favorites such as burgers and nachos. As for the drinks, they offer both local and international beers.

Apart from these four restaurants, Four Seasons also has a weekly Polynesian show. You might think it is all about the show when you hear the title but it is not. In addition to the Polynesian show with traditional dancing, there is a Polynesian buffet. If you are interested in this, you are suggested to make advanced reservations. If you are looking for something like a romantic dining experience, you can arrange private dinners on one of the sand bars of the hotel or have breakfast brought to your room by canoe.