10 Best Bora Bora All-Inclusive Resorts for 2024

Looking for the best all-inclusive resorts in Bora Bora? Do they even exists? All the answers are here!

Looking for the best all-inclusive resorts in Bora Bora?

Are you planning a trip to Bora Bora? You’re dreaming of white sand beaches and envisioning a hassle-free journey, a vacation package with all meals, activities, and accommodations pre-arranged. However, and I’m so sorry to break it out to you, there are no all-inclusive resorts in Bora Bora as you imagine them (with everything but the kitchen sink included).

But fear not; there are wonderful resorts available that offer plenty of amenities, delicious restaurants, spas, and free activities. These resorts are perfect for those seeking a holiday filled with unmatched convenience and excitement! And since they are not totally all-included I’ll share some tips to help you make the most of your budget.

Shall we begin? Here are the top 7 (almost) all-inclusive resorts in Bora Bora.

Billie’s Insight

In a hurry? Here are my favorite Bora Bora resorts at a glance :

Best overall Bora Bora Resort with Overwater Bungalow –> Four Seasons Bora Bora
Best Bora Bora Resort for Honeymoon –> Conrad Bora Bora Nui
Best Budget Bora Bora Resorts –> Intercontinental Le Moana & Royal Bora Bora

What is an all-inclusive resort?

Before we dive into the best resorts in Bora Bora, let’s clarify what an all-inclusive resort actually means. An all-inclusive resort typically offer a vacation package that includes accommodation, meals, drinks (with or without alcohol), and some activities in the price of your stay. This means that you don’t have to worry about any additional expenses during your trip, making it a great option for budget-conscious travelers or those who just want to relax and not worry about anything.

Are There All Inclusive Resorts In Bora Bora?

Unfortunately, the concept of an all-inclusive resort, as we know it, doesn’t really exist in Bora Bora.

Club Med was the only one, but closed in 2009.

You won’t find any resorts in Bora Bora that provide full-board (3 buffet-type meals per day), spa treatments, or free excursions. You’ll have to cover the costs of these separately.

The remote location and small size of the island make it difficult for resorts to offer a truly all-inclusive experience at an affordable price. The food, in particular, is exorbitantly expensive in Bora Bora, even for locals, as everything is imported. However, that doesn’t mean you won’t find amazing resorts with plenty of inclusions and perks to make your stay unforgettable!

Maximizing Value at Bora Bora Resorts

While a true all-inclusive experience may not be available in Bora Bora Resorts, there are ways to get the most value for your money at these luxurious resorts.

Let’s start with accommodation : Try to snatch a good package. Resorts often run packages like “3 nights + 1 free” deals to get the best value for your money. Don’t be afraid to reach out directly to the resort to uncover any exclusive deals or discounts they might have up their sleeve! Traveling in shoulder or low season can also help get great deals. You can also save by opting for a garden bungalow instead of an overwater bungalow, as their prices are significantly lower but still offer a comfortable and beautiful stay.

Now, let’s talk about food. Trust me, dining at the resort can get quite pricey (like 45-dollars-for-a-burger pricey – Yikes!). That’s why I recommend booking a meal plan in advance. It’s the smartest move to save some cash. After indulging in the complimentary buffet breakfast, grab a few snacks, and you’ll be good to go without lunch as dinner is served at an early hour (around 6 PM). Oh, and here’s a pro tip: bring your own alcohol. I’ve actually written a whole post dedicated to this topic, with tips and limitations. Feel free to check it out if you want the inside scoop!

When it comes to activities, take full advantage of the amenities offered by the resort. Some of them have incredible inner lagoons, perfect for hours of snorkeling. And don’t miss out on the daily cultural workshops they offer; they’re a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture. You definitely won’t get bored.

Best Bora Bora “All-Inclusive” Resorts

Four Seasons Bora Bora – Best Overall Bora Bora Resort

Aerial view of the Four Seasons Bora Bora

The Four Seasons is known worldwide as one of the top luxury Bora Bora Resorts. It is the best choice for Luxury Travelers. It’s all about exceptional service and attention to detail. Situated on a private island (motu), this exclusive resort offers an incredible experience that’s totally worth it. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be greeted with warm smiles and a refreshing welcome drink, setting the tone for an unforgettable stay. And wait until you see your spacious bungalow with breathtaking views of the crystal-clear lagoon. It’s like having your own private aquarium!

Ready to relax? Take a dip in the infinity pool and enjoy a delicious cocktail from the poolside bar while soaking up the sun. And if you’re feeling active, the fitness center has state-of-the-art equipment and personalized training sessions to help you stay on top of your fitness game. How about going on a guided eco snorkeling tour? You’ll discover amazing underwater treasures, swim alongside colorful coral reefs, and meet all sorts of tropical fish. These memories will stay with you forever! They also have a Diving Center on property!

When it’s time to eat, you’ll have plenty of dining options, from fancy fine dining to casual beachside bites. Every dish is carefully prepared with local ingredients, so you’ll taste the true flavors of Bora Bora.

Privacy and relaxation are key at the Four Seasons. Whether you want to pamper yourself with a spa treatment or simply enjoy the tranquility of your private terrace, everything is designed to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

For an absolutely incredible vacation or honeymoon, the Four Seasons in Bora Bora is the epitome of luxury and sophistication. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this tropical paradise and create memories that will last a lifetime.

🌟 Check my full Four Seasons Review here.
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St Régis Bora Bora – Best Honeymoon Resort in Bora Bora

St regis bora bora

Discover the breathtaking beauty of Bora Bora at the St. Regis Resort, a heavenly retreat in French Polynesia. The resort offers the largest villas above the water in Bora Bora, with glass floors allowing you to marvel at the stunning turquoise lagoon below. Enjoy the private beach and infinity pool, try exciting watersports, and unwind with spa treatments inspired by ancient Polynesian healing. With a variety of dining options, every meal is a culinary adventure showcasing the island’s flavors. The food at St Regis is hands down the best on the island and the staff’s kindness is unparalleled. They consistently go above and beyond, exceeding expectations with exceptional service. Not one day you’ll get back to your room not to find a little somethings from your butler.

Guests can enhance their all-inclusive experience by adding a half-board (breakfast) option to their booking, for an additional fee. This makes the resort an ideal choice for luxury travelers seeking perfection.

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Conrad Bora Bora Nui – Best Bora Bora Resort for younger couples

conrad bora bora

Among all Bora Bora Resorts, I have a thing for the Conrad Bora Bora Nui… For a truly unique and luxurious experience, look no further than this all-inclusive resort in Bora Bora. You have a choice of 114 rooms, ranging from affordable suites to overwater bungalows with a private pool. Located on a private island (motu), this resort offers an unspoiled beach, perfect for relaxation and water activities. The overwater villas feature spacious layouts, plunge pools, and glass-panel floors offering breathtaking views of the lagoon as well as beach villas. Indulge in the resort’s spa, infinity outdoor pool with swim-up bar and multiple dining options, including a sushi restaurant with glass panels allowing guests to dine while watching marine life and sharks swim by.

Guests can opt for an all-inclusive package that includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and select beverages at the resort’s onsite restaurants and bars. This option offers great value for money and allows guests to fully enjoy the resort’s amenities without worrying about additional cost.

🌟 Read my Conrad Bora Bora Nui review here.
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Intercontinental Thalasso Spa Bora Bora – Best eco friendly all inclusive resort in Bora Bora

Intercontinental Thalasso Bora Bora main  beach

If you’re looking for a truly luxurious and eco-friendly getaway, the Intercontinental Thalasso Spa is an absolute gem. Immerse yourself in a world of breathtaking overwater villas, complete with private pools and direct access to the lagoon with stunning views on Mount Otemanu. Indulge your taste buds at the resort’s two restaurants, offering a delightful array of international cuisine. Need some relaxation? The spa is one of the best in Bora Bora, and the fitness center is at your disposal, ensuring you leave feeling rejuvenated. What sets this resort apart is its commitment to the environment. With solar panels and deep-sea water cooling systems, they’re leading the way in sustainability.

Couples absolutely adore this all-inclusive haven, making it the perfect choice for romantic getaways, honeymoons, and anniversaries.

🌟 Read my Intercontinental Thalasso Bora Bora review here.
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Le Bora Bora (by Pearl Resorts) – Best Value All-Inclusive Resort in Bora Bora

Le Bora Bora

This newly renovated all-inclusive resort offers a range of accommodations, including overwater bungalows and beachfront villas, making it an ideal choice for a dream vacation. The design is totally inspired by Polynesian culture. Get ready to indulge in mouthwatering cuisine at their three restaurants, where every dish is made with the freshest local ingredients. Breakfast is included too, so no worries about finding food when you wake up. Plus, you can relax and rejuvenate at the resort’s spa with its Polynesian-inspired treatments.

With stunning views of Mount Otemanu from the private beach, a friendly staff, and easy access to the airport by boat, Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resort offers the best value for your money in Bora Bora. It’s the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the beauty of this incredible destination.

🌟 Read my Le Bora Bora review here.
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Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora – Best Bora Bora Resort For Families

Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora

Located on Matira point, right next to Matira Beach, the Intercontinental Le Moana resort is a great resort in Bora Bora for families traveling together. It’s situated on the main island of Vaitape, which means you’ll be close to shops, and chill restaurants and won’t “trapped” on a motu. While it might not be as luxurious as the previous and may need some renovations as I’m writing these lines (2023) it is also one of the resort with the cheapest overwater bungalows in Bora Bora (with glass-bottom coffee tables which is pretty cool right?) Take advantage to the free kayak rent to go explore the famous coral garden nearby (yes, the one with the I love Bora Bora sign)!

🌟 Read my Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora review here
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Maitai Bora Bora – Best Budget Resort in Bora Bora

Aerial view of Maitai Bora Bora

Choosing to stay at the Maitai Bora Bora is an awesome option for those looking for an affordable oceanfront all-inclusive experience. It offers great value for your money.

Located near Matira Beach, just south of Vaitape, the resort gives you easy access to local mini-marts and nearby restaurants. The accommodations range from simple rooms to beachfront bungalows with direct beach access. They also have cosy overwater bungalows. Each room and bungalow comes with modern amenities like air conditioning, satellite TV, and a minibar. The Polynesian Cuisine restaurant is pretty delicious especially if you enjoy grilled meat and you’ll be entertained by captivating singing and dancing performances during your stay. Maitai Bora Bora has flexible cancellation policies until one week prior to arrival.

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Royal Bora Bora

Aerial view of Royal Bora Bora

Royal Bora Bora is another fantastic option for accommodation on the island. While it may not offer the same level of luxury as other resorts in the area, it does come at a more affordable price. You won’t find overwater bungalows here, but the rooms with air conditioning do provide a pleasant private gardens view. The best part is the cost, with rates under $300 per night, which even includes a complimentary buffet breakfast! The rooms are comfortable, and you can enjoy good internet speed. Plus, they offer free snorkeling equipment, bikes, and canoes for guests to use. Although the rooms don’t offer an ocean view, there is a swimming pool and a small private beach with sun loungers available. It is small but Matira beach is close by.

If you’re on a tight budget for your trip and plan to spend most of your days out exploring the island then The Royal Bora Bora might be a great choice for you.

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Conclusion: Best Bora Bora All Inclusive Resorts

In conclusion, Bora Bora, a stunning slice of paradise, offers an array of resorts that cater to every budget and preference. While fully all-inclusive resorts are not as prevalent, many resorts offer packages that cover a significant portion of your vacation expenses, allowing you to bask in the beauty of the island without worrying about your budget. Remember to plan your trip during off-peak seasons and take advantage of the complimentary activities to get the best value for your money. Whether you’re yearning for the luxury of an overwater villa or the affordability of a beachfront bungalow, Bora Bora is awaiting you with open arms. Paradise is only a booking away!

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  1. Bora Bora is still on our travel wish list. There are so many great spots to stay it was great to read about them all in one post. Good to know that non of the “all inclusive” resorts provide full board. So that really needs to be factored into our budget. Some of my favourite hotel brands are listed – so it will require looking at all factors to make a choice. Or return several times!

  2. Elyse says:

    omg this makes me want to book a trip right now. In a perfect world, I would stay at all 10! Definitely saving while I plan my trip. Thanks

  3. Jolayne says:

    My husband and I visited Tahiti for the first time this year and stayed in overwater bungalows on Moorea. It was heavenly.

  4. Deborah says:

    Never knew there were no all inclusives in Bora Bora, still has me dreaming of an island getaway though 😆

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