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Ultra Luxury - St Regis Resort Bora Bora
Where Movie "Couples Retreat " was Filmed

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and Nicole Kidman Honeymooned Here
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Travel Weekly Magazine - #1 Resort in the World

 

 

 
The St. Regis Resort Bora Bora has the most impressive accommodations in the South Pacific. Combined with a distinctive interpretation of personalized service, the St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora has elevated to a new level of splendor with effortless elegance. Not to mention the 44 acres of lush landscaping, powdery white sand beaches and a crystalline lagoon that makes this a world class resort. The 91 exquisitely appointed overwater and beach villas, totaling 100 guest rooms configured within 1,2, and 3 bedroom villas, are adorned with the warm glows of exotic woods and hand-woven fabrics. Design elements reflect a South Pacific style with a European sophistication.

The St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora is a romantic haven in the heart of French Polynesia, one of the most alluring destinations in the world. Located only 15 minutes from the Motu Mute airport, guests will be shuttled by the resort's shuttle boat. Mediterranean, Asian or French, the resort offers 3 restaurants and 2 exotic bars.

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The Hotel

Rooms: Accommodation at the St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora is luxury at its finest. Encompassing the largest overwater villas on Bora Bora, 8 of these over water villas have terrace Jacuzzis.

Pool Beach Villas: (1,636 square feet) Features direct beach access, spacious separate living rooms, a private outdoor garden with a shower and plunge pool.

Deluxe Overwater Villas: (1,550 square feet) The largest standard overwater villa in the Pacific. Tastefully designed in exotic woods and marble; features private terrace and gazebo.

Premier Overwater Whirlpool Villas: (1,905 square feet) Features spacious, private terrace with whirlpool, covered gazebo for outdoor dining, private pontoon and outdoor shower.

Premier Beach Pool Villas:  (2,700 square feet) Secluded within the outer reef, this villa features direct beach access, spacious private terrace with a large swimming pool, covered gazebo for outdoor dining and a private outdoor garden with a shower.

Royal Estate 2-Bedroom Beach Pool Villas: (2,852 square feet) With views of neighboring islands Raiatea and Taha’a, these exclusive, ultra-private two-bedroom villas feature private gardens and their own, secluded infinity edge pool.

Royal 2-Bedroom Overwater Pool Villas: (3,455 square feet) Featuring two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and two private terrace gazebos centered around a suspended pool on the edge of the lagoon.

The Royal Estate: (13,000 square feet) The ultra-luxurious Royal Estate will debut as the largest suite in the Pacific with three bedrooms, two living rooms, a Chef’s kitchen, dining room with sun terrace, media center, private swimming pool and beach, and a deluxe spa with treatment room, sauna, hammam and Jacuzzi – located within its own secluded cove. Lush gardens border the estate’s private white sand beach. Nicole Kidman honeymooned here.  $ 15,000.00 per night Royal Estate Suite
           

                                                          

 
Photo: Bora Bora's lagoon seems to glow, even from 423 miles above the earth.
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ROOM PHOTOS
Bathroom of an Overwater Villa
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Royal Overwater / Oceanfront Villas living room

Royal Overwater Villa

Premier Pool Beach Villa
Deluxe Overwater Villas
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Royal Over Water Villa with Pool
Main pool
Oasis Pool
Romantic candle light dinner
Terrace of the Lagoon restaurant
   

Lagoon Bar
The resort’s poolside swim up bar, complete with seating for 10 in the water

Lagoon Bar
Suspended over water, Lagoon restaurant features breathtaking views of Mount Otemanu, while
Jean-Georges Vongerichten's menu offers the finest gastronomic experience in all of French Polynesia
 
Resort activities
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Tahiti Tourisme Hopes "Couples Retreat" Lifts Profile

Universal Pictures’ new comedy “Couples Retreat” was filmed at the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. Tourisme Tahiti is hoping the movie will help raise the awareness of Bora Bora and Tahiti by showcasing the beauty of the islands. In August 2008, Tahiti Tourisme North America representatives and producers from “Couples Retreat” scouted various properties throughout the islands for potential filming locations. After several weeks of scouting, the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort was chosen as the ideal location for the film for its luxury, property layout and world-class service, as noted by the film’s producers.


Tahiti Tourisme worked closely with local partners in Tahiti, the Universal production teams and the entire cast and crew of “Couples Retreat.” Tahiti Film Office provided support to production for both filming and the recent press junket. The St Regis Bora Bora Resort, Air Tahiti Nui, Transit Sat Nui, Tahiti Nui Productions and Air Tahiti were all key in the filming. Numerous other providers including local producers, grips, production assistants, extras and more were also a key part of the successful filming experience in Tahiti. In addition, the Minister of Tourisme, the commune and mayor of Bora Bora, as well as the Minister of Finance and Economy were all extremely supportive of this project.


Following the filming (which wrapped late November 2008), Universal Studios brought scores of national and regional broadcast and online media to the island of Bora Bora for a press event, held at the film’s location, the St. Regis Resort Bora Bora. Media such as Entertainment Tonight, Extra!, E!, MTV and The Insider interviewed each of the film’s stars with the beautiful backdrop of Bora Bora. This press event was the single largest influx of media at one time in French Polynesia in the islands' history. In efforts to highlight the destination, Tahiti Tourisme provided support with logistics as well as boat needs, jet ski tours of Bora Bora, shark and ray feeding excursions, and motu picnics for the four-day press event.

 

 

Activities

Activities: The recreation desk, located beside the main pool, is open from 8am to 6pm and offers a large choice of leisure activities and excursions:

Snorkeling: Observe underwater life in its natural setting! Masks, snorkels and fins are at your complete disposal to admire coral reefs and a variety of colorful and gorgeous fish and mollusks, both at sea and in our private lagoonarium.

Creativity Club for kids: French Polynesia’s only children’s center with activities specially designed for kids. Activities include reef and lagoon fishing, outrigger canoeing, swimming snorkeling, and classes in celestial marine navigation and ancient fishing practices. Complimentary for children ages 5 and over, any children younger than 5 need to be accompanied by a nanny or a parent.

Spa Miri Miri: Accessible by a footbridge, the 13,000 square foot facility is located on a private island in the lagoon. There are seven luxurious spa suites, including two Royal Treatment rooms for couples with private outdoor whirlpools, hammams and saunas.

   

 

Imagine starting your married life in a magnificent villa skimming the sea, featuring a personal Jacuzzi or a private pool, a first in French Polynesia. Imagine taking your vows along the edge of our tropical lagoon, with the towering majesty of Mount Otemanu in the distance. Imagine a wedding reception that’s pure fantasy...in our over water dining room with breathtaking views of the tropical fish below. To stir the senses even more, may we suggest a wedding indulgence at our exclusive 13,000 square-foot Spa-located on its own private lagoon island and offering an incomparable array of Tahitian and Balinese treatments, including the crushed pearl signature facial and massage.
 

See How Couples Rated Rooms

St Regis

 

 Aug 16, 2013

“Get a bungalow closer to the main part of the resort. The furthest bungalows are 1/2 mile away!” (Haaviks)

 Aug 14, 2013

“All rooms are great - spacious; beautifully laid out and perfectly serviced. The rooms on the beach on the lagoon side or on the water facing the beach are slightly more sheltered. However, rooms facing the island get the setting sun.” (Catsav44)

 Aug 11, 2013

“Over-water bungalow facing the mountain” (201henrys)

 Aug 5, 2013

“You can't go wrong with rooms here. Folks say the mountain view is great. We had a beach view and it was gorgeous.. Each room is a treat. And oh, they aren't rooms.. they really are bungalows!” (rrohan189)

 Aug 2, 2013

“We loved the overwater bungalow. I think the private beach suites would have offered a little more privacy and would have been another good option” (642kirkm)

 Jul 31, 2013

“We stayed in bungalow 224 and the view was stunning.” (951JonathanL)

 Jul 30, 2013

“If you can splurge go for the island view instead of the water view.” (Jenaps)

 Jul 29, 2013

“Choose an overwater bungalow with sunset view, with sunrise view you will be wake up at 5:30!!!” (cristelc734)

 Jul 21, 2013

“Don't spend extra for a mountain view bungalow. We had one on the lagoon side and it was wonderful to watch the sunrise. Save the money for an unforgettable snorkeling trip.” (dcmaggie)

 Jul 20, 2013

“We stayed in room 206. Near the end of the pontoon with a view of the mountain and sunset (not the main peak but the smaller peak).” (angiew421)

 Jul 19, 2013

“Insist on a mountain view, many rooms don't have good mountain views.” (Trvl8176)

 Jul 8, 2013

“Try and get an overwater bungalow which faces the mountain and not the beach.” (695lauras695)

 Jul 3, 2013

“The people who say that there is not a bad room in the place ARE CRAZY (or haven't travelled very much). You definitely want a room with a mountain view or you will be disappointed - that would mean you need a Deluxe or Premier Overwater Bungalow. There are four categories of overwater bungalows - Standard, Superior, Deluxe, and Premier. There is basically no difference between the layout of the bungalows between Standard, Superior and Deluxe. Standard is closer to the main part of the resort, with the Superiors being further out on a pontoon - I see basically no difference and may even prefer the Standard. Deluxe has same layout but mountain view. Premiers have a view of the mountain and a slightly more open layout. Go with the Premier if you can afford it; Deluxe being next.” (beachgrl8675409)

 Jul 2, 2013

“Ask for the villas with a view of the Mount Otemanu in Bora Bora.” (andreboss)

 Jun 26, 2013

“Mount Otemanu view is definitely worth the extra money. When you call, try to get a room that is mid way to the main dining area & beach so your walks are not too long.” (nvv2011)

 Jun 20, 2013

“Closer your bungalow is, less the walking you have to do” (Philgfl)

 Jun 19, 2013

“A mountain view is highly recommended. We had the Deluxe overwater bungalow (225) which gave us an amazing mountain view along with romantic sunsets.” (epertuz)

 Jun 14, 2013

“We chose a room far away from the main resort. If walking, it took about 7 minutes to walk to main resort area. There are bicycles that you can take back to bungalow and ride all over resort. If you want a ride, a phone call and a golf cart will pick you up and take you anywhere on the resort.” (KevinH948)

 Jun 13, 2013

“Mt view is worth it.” (Daynaly)

 Jun 4, 2013

“Didn't see the value of paying more for the Mt. Otemanu view when we booked. When we go back- and we will go back- I will spend the extra money for that view, as I now know that it is worth it!” (cmv513)

 Jun 4, 2013

“Over water villa facing the mountain will give an amazing sunset” (620ScottM)

 Jun 2, 2013

“The rooms with the mountain view are nicer” (Raquelmineira)

 May 31, 2013

“We stayed in room 304/requested a lot of privacy and sun exposure and we got it. Lagoon view.” (JoannaToro)

 May 25, 2013

“I don't know how any rooms are bad rooms. The resort was very quiet. If you don't like to walk far distances, you can ask the butler service to escort you back and forth to your room or you need to book a room closest to the beach and _main part of the resort.” (990JenniferM990)

 May 23, 2013

“Upgrade to Premium overwater to get the famous mountain view” (1Metroman)

 May 23, 2013

“We had Room 224, it was fantastic. Just follow the other reviewers. I thought the view was worth the extra $ per night.” (cpxconfucious)

 May 20, 2013

“All the overwater bungalows are the same size and have the same amenities *except those that have the plunge pool.* We stayed at a Superior Overwater Bungalow. We didn't mind not having the direct view of Mount Otemanu, after all, you can see Mount Otemanu from everywhere else and this saved us a couple thousand dollars, which we happily spent on other, more worthy stuff. The Superior Overwater bungalows are gorgeous! they are a little farther away than the Overwater Bungalows and don't face Mount Otemanu, they face the beach. All rooms are gorgeous, in fact! p.s. We booked eeeeverything (flights, hotel, activities, dinners) through Tahiti Legends (agent Lisa Corso). Tahiti Legends answered everything really quickly, helped us plan our dream honeymoon, and suggested really awesome things that we ended up loving! All our doubts and questions were thoroughly resolved.” (MargaritaDelC)

 May 7, 2013

“East facing rooms (300s) have the best breeze” (achristemn)

 May 7, 2013

“Ask for a room closer in to the hotel. They have bikes to get around the property but if your room is way out on one of the docks, it is a trek.” (945MaryB)

 Apr 30, 2013

“Further out is not better for over water bungalows.” (Nicoleb1978)

 Apr 30, 2013

“take advantage of the couples retreat,free upgrade to Premier Overwater, frontview of the otemanu mountain and jacuzzi on your deck.” (luciasvrckova)

 Apr 29, 2013

“We upgraded for a view and it was worth it.” (Veilleuxp)

 Apr 27, 2013

“We stayed in a superior overwater villa- almost at the end of the pontoon- which we would highly recommend. We personally felt more secure jumping into the water from the superior villas which face the bay area (whereas the deluxe villas face more open sea). You see the mountain view from all over the islands so we didn't feel the need to pay for an upgrade to see it from our villa too. Go superior villa!!” (travelsfromdownunder)

 Apr 25, 2013

“The Superior overwater villas provide a great living experience while visiting the St. Regis. If you go, try to get a villa that faces Mt. Otemanu because you will get a view of the sunset as well. We stayed in villa 227 and it was a great view.” (john2544)

 Apr 23, 2013

“They're all great rooms. OWB with views of Mt. Otumanu aren't any better than OWB with views of the beach. You'll see the mountain all around the property all day long and OWB with beach views turn into mountain views when you're swimming off your bungalow. We've had OWB with both (once upgraded to Mt. view - room 115) and we won't ever book/pay for a mountain view. Our recent stay we were in room 321 and we enjoy the walk and never called for a Club Car.” (Mycatislazy)

 Apr 16, 2013

“117 was a nice, quiet room.” (Zorica_235)

 Apr 12, 2013

“Choose close to the beach and the restaurants.” (Greatelk)

 Apr 11, 2013

“Have good time” (patrickg438)

 Apr 10, 2013

“We stayed on the lagoon side. Not worth the extra money to see the mountain, as you can see it all day long from all over the resort.” (bklalaw)

 Apr 9, 2013

“Highly recommend the Royal Villa.” (sherbert815)

 Apr 8, 2013

“The lagoon overwater bungalows are cheaper and were wonderful. I wouldn't spend the extra money for the ocean view” (Janly)

 Apr 7, 2013

“Definately an overwater bungalow.” (Shannon0685)

 Apr 6, 2013

“get a room with the view of the mountain. i really regret not doing so. when i return to bora bora in the future, i will be sure to book a room with a mountain view.” (needf)

 Apr 6, 2013

“Ask for aqua di parma products!” (LuliGM)

 Apr 1, 2013

“Any of the OWBs will suffice. We, like many folks who are planning their trip to Bora Bora, were fascinated with choosing the perfect room location at the St. Regis. What a waste of time and money! You're going to spend all your time either in the bedroom with the shades drawn, or at the beach/pool where the views are amazing.” (travelguy808)

 Mar 28, 2013

“Make sure to get the view of bora bora...will probably cost more but worth it” (Imrahil5000)

 Mar 24, 2013

“Any room would be nice there!” (slhester)

 Mar 23, 2013

“We paid extra to have the deluxe bungalo along the pier but I can say that the bungalos along the main motu looked pretty good too (they were just closer to the restaurants etc). We didn't have a Mt. Otemanu view (the main feature) but that was ok with us because we biked along it every day. So it all depends on preference.” (stephhopeh)

 Mar 21, 2013

“Overwater bungalows with Mountainview a must and end private unit” (jeffh433)

 Mar 18, 2013

“On the water deluxe water bungalow looking out towards the mountain with sunsets recommended” (MariatZ_12)

 Mar 14, 2013

“For a family I recommend the beach Villa..!! More space around.. And a nice beach just for you and your family..!!” (MicasConcha)

 Mar 6, 2013

“Overwater one bedroom villa is the way to go! Very spacious, romantic and private.” (VBSunshine)

 Mar 6, 2013

“I was in bungalow 231 which is technically a superior. However, it was at the end of the spoke so we had a 3/4 view. From our "gazebo" we had a view of the moutain, a view of the Four Seasons and a view of the lagoon, all-in-one. It was a half mile trek back to the lobby, but call the butler and in 2 minutes a golf cart will arrive.” (Slow_Pony)

 Mar 4, 2013

“The end of the pontoon is desirable.” (grace2727)

 Mar 2, 2013

“Rooms with views out toward the mountain and mainland are best.” (Winsor20)

 Feb 27, 2013

“The Premium Bungalows are well worth it!!!!” (JillMSzcz)

 Feb 27, 2013

“Be nice ! They bend over backwards for Brides and Destination Weddings” (MariaFSaenz)

 Feb 27, 2013

“The overwater bungalows were fantastic!! we did not have one with a pool but you don't even need one with the gorgeous pools they have on site” (HoogA)

 Feb 24, 2013

“Definitely get the over water bungalow facing the main island of Bora Bora...best choice!” (mae194)

 Feb 21, 2013

“Tip: if you have an overwater bungalow, request a room that is far out and facing the mountain. We got SO lucky and had the most amazing room and view. Some days we just didnt even want to leave the bungalow it was so perfect.” (MelissaR742)

 Feb 21, 2013

“They are all great.” (racefan92307)

 Feb 19, 2013

“deluxe was great if you want a view of the mountain but superior is exactly the same bungalow except a different view” (suzimac2001)

 Feb 18, 2013

“Villa 118, wonderful view and privacy” (OsvaldoS117)

 Feb 16, 2013

“All rooms are fantastic. If you can afford it get one with its own pool on the deck. They have several views from the over water villas, ask what is available and then choose what best suites you "viewing' needs.” (LisaCTS)

 Feb 15, 2013

“All over water 1 room bungalows are the same. Price is based on view. Can't really see the island anyway so save some money and get a lagoon view” (Lobster1234)

 Feb 12, 2013

“Splurge on an over water bungalow- it's worth it” (carlyd215)

 Jan 31, 2013

“I can't imagine there is a bad room- our was the least expensive offering (slightly over $1000/night) and was still one of the best rooms on the planet!” (SeanR_12)

 Jan 28, 2013

“Worth getting a room facing Mt. Otemanu if you can... we regretted not doing so. in general, for the OWBs, the further you are along the dock, the more privacy you get...” (cantakavita)

 Jan 25, 2013

“Premiere OWB have unobstructed view of mountain and are closer to the pools and resort. We stayed in 107 and I would think 101-109 would be best.” (528SamM)

 Jan 23, 2013

“Face the mountain!” (Auaubiebug)

 Jan 23, 2013

“request a villa close to the main area if you are not a big fan of long walks, although they provide a club car pick up service.” (AzizM19)

 Jan 13, 2013

“Ask for a hut on the not so breezy side..Bring your best camera for the best pictures you will ever take and bring your wallet ;)” (SandraG177)

 Jan 8, 2013

“Bungalows 101-230 all have Mt. Otemanu views. 231 (a royal overwater with two rooms) has a partial view and 301-331 do not have mountain views. In addition, Bungalows 103-110 are "Premier" and include a jacuzzi which is not heated but refreshing after a dive into the deep water below from your balcony. Yes, the water is deep enough that you can dive from your overwater bungalow into the water. We had number 105 which was a Premium and a great view of the mountain.” (socialtalkers)

 Jan 8, 2013

“We prefer having a sunset view opposed to sunrise.” (sftraveling1)

 Jan 8, 2013

“Bungalows at the end of the pontoon facing Mount Otemanu tend to be windy and water is rougher. If you plan to swim off your bungalow and are not a strong swimmer, you may want to opt for a bungalow facing the lagoon which is less windy and has less of an undercurrent.” (greenlakegirl)

 Jan 5, 2013

“Ask for a room overlooking the mountain” (Travelcat19)

 Jan 3, 2013

“Over the water villas is where you want to be.” (DrndMrs_KS)

 Dec 25, 2012

“Room 104 - Overwater Bunaglow with Jacuzzi = Excellent for Honeymooners” (558MarkW)

 Dec 16, 2012

“There are no bad rooms, but it's worth it to get a room with the mountain view.” (cr3000)

 Dec 15, 2012

“Bring water shoes, don't expect superb snorkeling, enjoy the free water sports!” (Rktmaan)

 Dec 12, 2012

“Villas with the beach view have a sunrise view, villas with the mountain view have the sunset, although the horizon is blocked by the mountain itself.” (Travelenthusiast4)

 Dec 10, 2012

“We stayed in the Deluxe Overwater and then went to the Royal Overwater Bungalow. Both were amazing.” (ToddSucherman)

 Dec 9, 2012

“Do not go to the cheap/windy side. You won't be able to use your deck. The otherside has calmer water and the wind is MUCH BETTER. We switched and finally used our deck every day. TIP: Bring a raft and long string. Tether your raft and float the lazy days away. FANTASTIC!!! Also get the room with the livingroom.” (Eneetra)

 Dec 9, 2012

“Make sure if you are purchasing the Deluxe Overwater (with view of Mt. Otemanu) that you get in the rooms 223 to the end. The rooms in the 100's DO NOT HAVE A VIEW OF THE MOUNTAIN!!! Insist if they put you over there to move you to the other side... the 200's.” (GarnettR)

 Dec 6, 2012

“Rooms are better with the Mountain View of course. Make sure you book the Lagoon dinner, unforgettable dinner!! Loved the Foie gras dish, Michelin 3 star quality!!” (AlexandraY465)

 Dec 5, 2012

“overwater villas are absolutly stunning. The Oasis pool is wonderfull and not busy at all...” (bernardL449)

 Dec 3, 2012

“Choose the bungalow facing the mountain!” (jmborabora)

 Nov 26, 2012

“get a mountain view bungalow” (townie75)

 Nov 25, 2012

“Some over water bungalows have better snorkeling possibilities, ask when making your reservations.” (KristinT240)

 Nov 25, 2012

“Room 228 had the best views of Mount Otemanu” (GraceS41)

 Nov 23, 2012

“Book thru their website if you want the points. I booked thru travel agent and Starwood refuses to give you the points unless you book thru them - which is crazy when you spend nearly 30k. That was enough for me to avoid Starwood moving forward. But it is a wonderful place in tropical paradise. Four Seasons is the other top option.” (MarkM668)

 Nov 22, 2012

“Any room you get will be wonderful. We loved ours #103 the view of the mountain cannot be beaten.” (rich_and_laurie)

 Nov 12, 2012

“At the St Regis the rooms that are 100 to 109 are closest to the pool, beach and restuarants. The farest room from the pool/beach/restaurants is maybe a 7 minute walk.” (StRegisBoraBora909)

 Nov 11, 2012

“Definitely upgrade to the rooms facing the Mt Otemanu. Worth every penny!” (asun_lovr)

 Nov 9, 2012

“Get an over the water bungalow that looks at the main island” (CraigIVes)

 Nov 6, 2012

“Pick an island view on the north pontoon, odd numbers are better due to the bungalow deck layout (villas 229, 227, 225, 223).” (biskopen)

 Nov 1, 2012

“any of the first 3 mt view overwater villas ( you wont have to walk much )” (GauravK616)

 Oct 29, 2012

“Next time we will get a "mountain view" room . . it seems the view on that side was stunning however, on our side it was beautiful as well. Try to get as far out as you can! We were in the middle . . . loved it. Really no need to "tip" as were advised the culture is different there, they don't rely on tips to live like people do in the States. . . there is a service % added to every check. The only time we tipped was for room service and our massages.” (kristinap365)

 Oct 29, 2012

“The rooms with views of Bora Bora are amazing!!!” (MichaelD492)

 Oct 24, 2012

 


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