Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa Accommodations
The Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort is the newest addition to the selection of high end resorts in Bora
Bora. Formerly the Hilton Bora Bora Nui (and still part of the Hilton family), the Conrad has undergone an extensive renovation for their Grand Reopening in early 2017. They have completely redone all of their villas and public spaces. This is one of the more beautiful and authentic of French Polynesia
Lagoon View Suites (9 Suites - 1,087 sq ft)
Located in the main resort building, each spacious suite offers breathtaking views of the nightly setting sun and the lagoon's glistening waters surrounding the resort.
Garden Villas (10 Villas - 1087 sq ft)
Savor the lagoon views from this spacious independent villa with a king canopy bed and separate seating area, tucked away in our lush coconut garden. The stylish room offers understated Polynesian-inspired décor.
Horizon View Villas (7 Villas - 1087 sq ft)
Enjoy incredible panoramic views from the private terrace of this stylish villa, located on the hillside overlooking the lagoon. Relax on the king canopy bed or in the separate seating area.
Beach Pool Villas (2 Villas - 1335 sq ft)
Stay in style at this beachfront villa and enjoy direct access to the beach. The villa boasts a private pool looking out over the lagoon, a king canopy bed and stunning Polynesian-inspired décor.
Overwater Villas (34 Villas - 1,248 sq ft)
Enjoy incredible views of the island and lagoon from the private waterside balcony of this overwater villa. Enjoy snorkeling from your bungalow thanks to a direct access to the lagoon or relax on the outdoor catamaran nets. The suite boasts a king bed and separate seating area.
Deluxe Overwater Villas (32 Villas - 1,248 sq ft)
Upgrade to this overwater villa and enjoy completely unrestricted views of the lagoon from the catamaran nets on the private waterside balcony. Enjoy snorkeling from your bungalow thanks to the direct access to the lagoon. The stylish villa boasts a king bed and separate seating area, all featuring understated Polynesian-inspired décor.
Overwater Pool Villas (16 Villas - 1,302 sq ft)
Relax in the private infinity plunge pool on the deck of this spacious overwater villa, which boasts direct access to the lagoon. The villa features a lagoon-facing bathroom which provides amazing views from your bath.
Royal Pool Overwater Villas (2 Villas - 1,615 sq ft)
Unwind in the villa’s spacious infinity plunge pool and savor the lagoon views from the private waterside balcony. The elegant overwater villa boasts glass floor viewing panels on the terrace providing a view of the marine life below.
Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa Restaurants/Bars
The Panoramic Iriatai restaurant features an eclectic fusion menu of Polynesian, Pacific Rim & Mediterranean influences.
Breakfast: 6:30 - 10:30. Dinner: 6:30 - 9:30
Tamure Grill offers lunch and dinner with a "feet in the sand" casual atmosphere and serves full and light fare in a traditional beachfront setting.
Lunch: 11:00 - 2:00
The Upa Upa Bar
Panoramic Upa Upa Bar, is an elegant lounge bar with stunning views of the sunset and the resort.
6:00pm - 10:30pm
The Ta Ie Ie bar
The Ta Ie Ie bar, is a relaxed bar offering beach & poolside snack & beverage service.
* Room Service is available 24-hours a day.
Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa – Spa Services
Perhaps the most majestic setting at the resort is the hilltop Hina Spa
, where the serene treatment rooms are nestled amid lush vegetation and dramatic black basalt boulders (this is where "Bachelorette" Ali gave the final rose to Roberto). The view from the spa is priceless, although the resort has put a value on it, offering the "Million Dollar View" Experience - a two hour, open-air treatment (foot bath, body polish, massage and post-treatment snack) in a secluded pavilion that overlooks scenic boulders and the hillside as it tumbles down to the brilliant blue lagoon. A new focus on locally sourced, all-natural products has been rolled out, giving Hina Spa a stronger sense of place. After all, the resort is located on land and water thought sacred to ancient Polynesians, so nature's inspiration is only fitting.