LOOKING FOR ALL-INCLUSIVE RESORTS IN BORA BORA?
Bora Bora is a dream destination for many travelers, and with good reason. This stunning French Polynesian island in the South Pacific is the poster child for overwater bungalows, turquoise lagoons, and some of the best tropical views in the world.
We have traveled to multiple islands across French Polynesia together, and Bora Bora is certainly one not to miss.
But finding a truly all-inclusive package in Bora Bora is challenging, and that’s because there are not really any completely all inclusive resorts on the island.
Luckily, there are some luxurious resorts with tons of amenities, delicious restaurants, spas, and private pools that are perfect for someone looking for a holiday with everything at their fingertips.
These are the top 12 almost all inclusive resorts in Bora Bora.
In a hurry? Here are our favorite Bora Bora resorts at a glance:
✔️ Best Overall Bora Bora Resort with Overwater Bungalow – Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
✔️ Best Bora Bora Resort for Honeymoon – St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
✔️ Best Budget Bora Bora Resort – Maitai Bora Bora
Best Bora Bora All Inclusive Resorts
There are no traditional all-inclusive resorts in Bora Bora. Club Med used to have one, but it closed down in 2009. Now, when people talk about Bora Bora’s all-inclusive resorts, it is really just referring to the most luxurious places to stay.
You can, of course, book through Expedia to bundle your flight+stay like most all-inclusive vacations, but breakfast will be a surcharge at most resorts, and full-board (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) is unheard of.
1. St. Regis Bora Bora Resort – Best Bora Bora All Inclusive For Honeymoons or Couples
⭐9.5/10 – 46 reviews
St Regis Bora Bora Resort offers an unforgettable experience for honeymooners or couples. The beautiful gardens and exotic Polynesian decor provide a luxurious setting for relaxation.
Guests have access to chic beachfront cabanas, sunbeds, and umbrellas at no charge, as well as two swimming pools and two bars. There are also four restaurants offering Italian, Sushi, International, and Asian Fusion cuisines.
The day spa is the perfect place to relax with its massages, hammam steam room, and luxurious treatments while admiring the view of Mount Otemano from the suspended restaurant over the water below.
Half-board (breakfast) is available upon booking at a small surcharge, making this resort an ideal choice for luxury travelers looking for that all-inclusive hotel feel. Numerous reviews praise staff members’ kindness, often exceeding guests’ expectations with exceptional service.
You can also book a honeymoon St. Regis + Sofitel Package, which we will discuss later in this article.
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2. Intercontinental Le Moana – Best Bora Bora Resort For Families
⭐9.2/10 (302 reviews)
Intercontinental Le Moana is the best resort in Bora Bora for families traveling together.
It is located on the main island of Vaitape, meaning that it’s close to shops, cafes, and casual restaurants. The resort offers large rooms that can accommodate up to six people, and since it’s relatively affordable (compared to similar resorts in Bora Bora), families can often afford to pay for this large family room.
There are two pools, including one with a shallow, sandy bottom. There are also a few restaurants on-site, meaning that you never have to leave the resort if you don’t wish to.
Breakfast is not included but can be purchased at an additional cost of $23 per person prior to arrival – which means there’s one less thing you have to worry about upon your arrival!
Intercontinental Le Moana also prides itself on being a sustainable travel property and provides guests with the flexibility of free cancellation up until one week before their stay.
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3. Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island – Best Adults-Only Resort
⭐9.4/10 (134 Reviews)
If you’re looking for an intimate, luxurious stay in Bora Bora, Sofitel Private Island Resort is a fantastic option.
Located on one of Bora Bora’s only private islands, this adults-only resort is just off the coast of Vaitape and Matira Beach and offers stunning views with plenty of amenities for a vacation in Bora Bora.
There are only 31 rooms at this resort, each including free stocked minibars, a rainfall shower, and free wifi. Guests have access to two pools with sun loungers and umbrellas, massages, body scrubs at the spa, and a library.
Staying at Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island does, however, come with some drawbacks that guests should be aware of. While the resort offers a free shuttle to the main island, guests do have to pay for an airport shuttle (6,400 XFP – about $57 USD) if they would like a direct transfer to the resort.
Additionally, breakfast is not included, but a buffet breakfast is available for an additional charge of 4,000 XFP (about $36 USD).
Important Note: Sofitel Private Island is scheduled to reopen in April 2023 after major renovations.
4. Maitai Bora Bora – Best Budget Resort in Bora Bora
⭐8.1/10 (239 Reviews)
Staying at the Maitai Resort in Bora Bora is an ideal choice for those looking for a budget-friendly oceanfront all inclusive resort. It offers great value for your money.
Located on Matira Point Beach, just south of Vaitape, which gives guests easy access to mini-marts, nearby restaurants, and hiking/ATV excursions into the jungle.
There are a variety of rooms, from beachfront villas with garden/lagoon views, bungalows with direct beach access or over the water, air conditioning, satellite TV, and a minibar included in each room and bungalow.
At Maitai Resort you can enjoy traditional Polynesian cuisine as well as singing and dancing performances throughout your stay.
You also have free use of fishing, snorkeling and kayaking equipment while staying there, which makes it great value for money. If you are feeling adventurous, then you can even arrange scuba trips too!
The resort is flexible with cancellations up until one week before your stay so perfect if plans change unexpectedly.
The only complaint that guests have about their stays at Maitai Resort is poor wifi – however, this could be seen as a blessing if you’re really trying to get away from it all.
5. Le Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort – Best Value All-Inclusive Resort in Bora Bora
⭐9.4/10 (407 reviews)
Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resort is an all-inclusive resort located on the secluded island of Teairoa, offering guests a luxurious and relaxing stay in paradise.
With garden suites, beachfront suites and overwater bungalows complete with private pools or hot tubs, this resort provides everything you need to make your vacation unforgettable.
The resort also offers three restaurants and bars, a spa on site for healing massages and beauty treatments as well as easy access to the lagoon with plenty of fish to spot – even sharks and rays from time to time!
Breakfast is included in the price too, so you don’t have to worry about finding food when you wake up.
All together, the breathtaking views of Otemanu, friendly staff, and close proximity to the airport by boat make Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resort the all-inclusive resort with the best value for your dollar in Bora Bora.
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⭐9.0/10 (350 Reviews)
La Meridien Resort has become one of the most well-known resorts in Bora Bora, and one place to stay that is closest to an all-inclusive resort.
Breakfast is included for a small surcharge (if booked beforehand), and there are a plethora of amenities for guests to use, like outdoor pools, beach loungers, kayaks, and volleyball.
Located on Motu Tape (eastern Bora Bora), this 5-star resort offers stunning views of the lagoon, 2 outdoor pools with loungers and umbrellas, and 24-hour room service in all their rooms.
Each room comes equipped with a furnished balcony or patio plus satellite TV so you can relax in your own space after exploring all that this beautiful destination has to offer. And personalized orientation and concierge services make each guest’s experience even more special.
Excursions like scuba diving and snorkeling are very easy to arrange with the hotel being right on the outskirts of the beautiful Lagoonarium in Bora Bora, which is one of the liveliest reef systems in the area.
⭐8.4 (967 Reviews)
Royal Bora Bora is another great place to stay in Bora Bora, but it’s not quite as luxurious as other resorts in the area. There are no overwater bungalows, and most rooms simply come with a garden view.
However, the lack of “luxury” comes with a much cheaper price tag and more amenities included with the room.
At Royal Bora Bora, you will pay less than $300/night for the rooms here, and that INCLUDES a complimentary buffet breakfast, comfortable rooms, and good internet speed! They also have free snorkeling equipment, bikes, and canoes for guests to use.
Although the rooms don’t have an ocean view, there is a private beach with sun loungers available and access to tour companies that can take you on a bunch of exciting excursions from diving to paddleboarding and even helicopter tours.
If you don’t have a high budget for a trip to Bora Bora, then this boutique-style resort will be perfect for you.
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⭐9.3/10 (126 Reviews)
Another one of the highest-rated and most well-known Bora Bora all inclusive resorts is the InterContinental Bora Bora & Thalasso Spa. It’s a hotel run by IHG, one of the world’s largest hotel owners.
This resort will not give you the same Polynesian cultural experience as others on the list, but it is a very comfortable, all-inclusive resort that lives up to very high standards.
You won’t need to leave the resort for anything. The resort has a fitness room, spa treatments, an outdoor pool, and a Turkish bath. The on-site bar and restaurant have an extensive menu and seating on a terrace overlooking the ocean from their private beach.
Couples are particularly fond of this all-inclusive resort for honeymoons and anniversaries because it is everything you could expect from an all inclusive resort in Bora Bora and has a very romantic setup.
There are no activities included in the price, but this can easily be arranged with the concierge or by booking tours on Viator.
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⭐9.3/10 (120 Reviews)
Conrad Bora Bora Nui is situated on To’opua Island, a secluded island just southwest of Vaitape.
This resort is one of the most relaxing, all inclusive hotels in Bora Bora. There are 114 rooms available, and you can choose between more budget-friendly beachfront suites to overwater bungalows with a private pool.
Guests can enjoy many amenities in addition to the gorgeous views and serene atmosphere, including a large pool with a swim-up bar, three onsite restaurants, and a spa offering massages, manicures/pedicures, and body wraps.
The grounds of Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort have free sun loungers with umbrellas, beach volleyball, kayaks, and a 24-hour gym with aerobics & yoga classes.
Additionally, rooms are equipped with laptop-friendly workspaces, air conditioning, and luxurious bathrooms with a rainshower and large bathtub.
You can book a Flight + Stay package through Expedia, but this does not include food or other extras at the resort. These can all be purchased upon arrival.
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10. Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora – Best Overall Bora Bora Resort
⭐9.6/10 (384 Reviews)
The Four Seasons is considered one of the premier 5-star hotels in Bora Bora, and the price reflects that, as only St. Regis Resort has prices as high.
But if you have saved up a solid vacation or honeymoon fund, then a stay at the Four Seasons Resort will be arguably the best experience money can buy in Bora Bora.
The all-inclusive resort is fixed with an infinity pool, open-air fitness center, tennis court, complimentary guided snorkeling tours, kayaking, windsurfing, and even romantic catamaran cruises for sunset. There are four different restaurants on site, and each bungalow is intricately designed to be private and relaxing.
The base bungalows have spacious floor plans with ocean views, but there are also premier rooms with private pools all the way up to three bedrooms estates for families or large groups traveling to Bora Bora together.
If you are looking for a top Bora Bora all inclusive experience, book a Flight + Stay bundle through Expedia. Just be aware that this requires a stay of at least ten nights, which doesn’t work for all travelers.
For something unique, Four Seasons offers a yearly Wellness Retreat, where yoga and holistic health instructors from all over the world will come and offer masterclasses and activities to people seeking a rejuvenating experience.
These packages start at around 12,000 for seven days but are truly all-inclusive, with meals, rooms, activities, and transportation around the island totally taken care of.
Best Bora Bora Vacation Packages (Flight + Stay)
Despite staying at a luxurious resort, it’s unfortunate there are no more all-inclusive resorts available in Bora Bora. But here are a couple of vacation packages we have found to get you a bit closer to an all-inclusive trip.
This all-inclusive honeymoon package was created through a partnership with Sofitel Moorea & St. Regis Bora Bora Resort.
The Honeymoon Package is 8 Days & 7 Nights. It includes roundtrip airfare, inter-island flights, and luxurious accommodations on both islands. You will also get a daily buffet breakfast, a complimentary shark and stingray snorkeling tour, and special gifts on each of the islands.
This all-inclusive vacation package in Bora Bora starts in either San Francisco or Los Angelos. You’ll then be transferred to your first destination – Sofitel Moorea Kia Ora Beach Resort.
After three days on the French Polynesian island of Moorea, at a luxury garden bungalow, you will take a regional flight from Tahiti to Bora Bora. You will spend four nights at St. Regis Resort Bora Bora in a superior overwater villa with lagoon views.
The package includes all VAT taxes & resort fees, and other luxurious extras are available at the resorts for an additional fee. If you would like to add other islands to the package, there are also options for customization to the package.
12. Villa Yrondi
⭐9.2/10 (58 Reviews)
Not a lot of people know about Villa Trondi, but just because it has flown under the radar doesn’t mean it should be included as one of the best all-inclusive resorts in Bora Bora.
Villa Trondi is a beautiful resort on the main island of Bora Bora, close to tons of shops and restaurants. There are excellent prices on Flight + Stay packages through Expedia.
You can get a flight to Bora Bora and stay for one week at Villa Yrondi for less than $2000. That is virtually unheard of anywhere else!
More All-Inclusive Resorts in French Polynesia
✔️Best All Inclusive Resort in Taha’a – Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa
✔️Best All Inclusive Resort in Huahine – Hotel Le Mahana
✔️Best All Inclusive Resort in Moorea – Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort (our personal favorite!
✔️Best All Inclusive Resort on a Private Island – The Brando
✔️Best All Inclusive Resort in Tahiti – Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa
Visiting Bora Bora: FAQs
If you still have some questions about visiting Bora Bora, this section should help:
What does all-inclusive mean in Bora Bora?
All-inclusive in Bora Bora does not mean the same as in other places around the world. It typically means that there is a free minibar in the room, access to equipment like kayaks and sunloungers, and occasionally breakfast included.
There are no resorts in Bora Bora that offer full-board (3 meals per day), spa treatments, or free excursions. You will have to pay for these out of pocket.
What is the cheapest month to go to Bora Bora?
The cheapest month to visit Bora Bora is typically January or February. This is the low-season on the islands and typically comes with more rain and cooler temperatures. However, you can save money on flights and hotel rooms.
How much is a 7-night stay in Bora Bora?
The cost of a 7-night stay in Bora Bora varies depending on the time of year, where you are staying and what kind of vacation package you choose. Typically the average cost for a 7 night stay is around $3000-$4000 USD. For honeymoons check out this Honeymoon In Bora Bora Cost Guide.
The Wrap-Up: Best Bora Bora All Inclusive Resorts
Bora Bora is so worth visiting because it is a truly a paradise on earth, and there are so many all-inclusive hotels and resorts to choose from. Whether you’re looking for something luxurious or more budget-friendly, you can find the perfect place to stay.
The best all inclusive resort in Bora Bora depends on your needs – if you want an overwater villa with views of the lagoon, then St. Regis Resort Bora Bora could be the right choice for you; if saving money is a priority, then Maitai Bora Bora or Villa Yrondi may be better for you.
No matter what type of vacation package you decide to go with, make sure that it includes everything that will make your trip memorable and special, and don’t forget activities like jet skiing or a sunset cruise.
Don’t forget to do some research before booking a hotel room – read reviews online and try to be flexible with your travel dates, that way, you’ll get the most out of your trip while also keeping costs down.
Have fun planning your dream honeymoon or romantic getaway in beautiful French Polynesia!