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You Can Now Buy the Entire Four Seasons Bora Bora

You Can Now Buy the Entire Four Seasons Bora Bora

Christopher Parr | Pursuitist
You Can Now Buy the Entire Four Seasons Bora Bora

The iconic Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, which the Pursuitist has named “One of World’s Best Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts,” has just rolled out an offering that redefines the boundaries of high-end travel experiences. For a cool EUR 2.5 million, the resort introduces a complete island buyout, offering guests the ultimate in privacy and unparalleled service. Let’s dive into what this extraordinary package entails….

You Can Now Buy the Entire Four Seasons Bora Bora
Enjoy Unparalleled Exclusivity with a Complete Island Buyout of Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

Exclusive FS Bora Bora Island Takeover:

At the heart of this offering is the total exclusivity of the entire island. With this buyout, guests gain private access to all 115 lavish accommodations of the resort. This includes 108 one- and two-bedroom overwater bungalow suites, 27 of which feature their own private plunge pools, and seven expansive two- and three-bedroom beachfront villa estates. Designed to accommodate up to 246 guests, this seven-night island buyout promises an experience of unmatched privacy and luxury.

Gastronomy and Beverages:

Indulgence is a key theme throughout this experience. Guests will enjoy all meals at the resort’s four open-air restaurants, masterfully prepared by Executive Chef Sebastien Fontes. To complement these exquisite meals, Head Sommelier Aude Vaillard will select fine wines, while Head Mixologist Romain D’Antuono will craft signature cocktails, ensuring every dining experience is both unique and memorable.

Wellness and Recreation:

The resort’s Te Mahana Spa offers transformative wellness treatments (one per guest) within its cathedral-like setting. Guests can also partake in guided fitness classes including yoga. For the more adventurous, the package includes a variety of recreational pursuits. From exploring the Lagoon Sanctuary with WiseOceans marine biologists, scuba diving with DIVEASY instructors, to tennis sessions with Lucas Segati, and various watersports – the options are as diverse as they are exciting. Cultural classes led by Ambassador Samuel Fiu provide an enriching experience of local traditions and knowledge.

Customization and Availability:

While the EUR 2.5 million price tag includes a vast array of amenities and activities, guests have the option to further customize their experience. Additional services such as private and chartered international and domestic air travel, helicopter excursions, and headline entertainment can be arranged at an extra cost. However, this exclusive offer is subject to availability, making it as elusive as it is luxurious.

The World’s Best Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
The World’s Best Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Island Exclusivity:

Romain Chanet, General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, sums it up perfectly: “There is nothing more exclusive than a complete island buyout and no destination as special as French Polynesia.” For those seeking the ultimate private retreat, executed with the impeccable service and warmth synonymous with Four Seasons, this offering is unmatched. It’s not just a vacation destination; it’s the epitome of a dream realized in one of the most beautiful settings on earth.

Four Seasons Bora Bora Details:

Opening Date:

  • September 2008

General Manager:

  • Romain Chanet

Physical Features:

  • Total Number of Rooms: 115
    • Bungalows: 108
    • Villas: 7

Design Aesthetic:

  • Inspired by Tahitian style, the resort boasts over-water guest suites adorned with traditional teak wood furnishings, high ceilings, and thatched roofs made from pandanus leaves. The property is embellished with striking works of art from throughout French Polynesia.


  • Didier Lefort and Pierre-Jean Picart

Interior Designers:

  • BAMO


  • Nestled on a private motu in the coral islets surrounding Bora Bora’s main island, the resort offers breathtaking views of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia.


  • Interior Designer: BAMO
  • Design Aesthetic: A temple-like environment with a soaring 22-metre (72-foot) ceiling, surrounded by native trees and the fragrance of kahaia blossoms.
  • Signature Treatment: [Details not provided]


  • Locally Sourced Ingredients: Lagoon fish, island fruits.
  • Special Features: Breakfast delivered by canoe.
  • Restaurants:
    • Tere Nui: Breakfast and themed dinners. Indoor Seating: 74, Outdoor Seating: 34. Designer: BAMO.
    • Arii Moana: Mediterranean cuisine. Indoor Seating: 28, Outdoor Seating: 48. Designer: BAMO.
    • Fare Hoa Beach Bar & Grill: Modern Grill. Outdoor Seating: 50. Designer: BAMO.
    • Vaimiti: Eclectic Asian cuisine. Indoor Seating: 42, Outdoor Seating: 34. Designer: BAMO.
    • Bella Vita at Tere Nui: Italian cuisine. Indoor Seating: 74, Outdoor Seating: 34. Designer: BAMO.


  • Tennis: 2 courts, lessons available for a fee.
  • On-site Activities: Snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding, wave runner.
  • Off-site Activities: Scuba diving, parasailing, visiting a black pearl farm.
  • Pools: 1
  • Fitness Facilities: Overlooks a coral reef and the Pacific Ocean, expansive yoga platform over the lagoon, activities include sunrise and sunset yoga.

For Younger Guests:

  • Kids for All Seasons: Supervised children’s program, activities include stand-up paddleboard, Polynesian wraps making, outrigger canoeing.

Meeting Rooms:

  • Total Size: 294 sq m / 3,162 sq ft
  • Largest Ballroom: 114 sq m / 1,226 sq ft
  • Banquet Capacity: 90
  • Outdoor Banquet Capacity: 215
  • Private Dining Room Capacity: 220
  • Unique Meeting and Event Facilities: Indoor/outdoor space with private beach on lagoon

Corporate Social Responsibility:

  • The resort implements sustainable practices including a purchasing program for local, organic products, comprehensive recycling, energy-efficient systems, and non-toxic pest control.
  • Environmental initiatives include grey water irrigation, linen recycling, solar panels for heating water and providing electrical power.
  • Conservation efforts led by marine biologist Denis Schneider in the Lagoon Sanctuary include coral grafting and education on marine life preservation.
  • Community engagement activities include annual charity events, local school support, and involvement in local animal protection associations.