Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has revealed its new and enhanced overwater bungalow suite inventory and retail experience, MoeMoea.
Six of the eight new 1,120 square-foot suites have their own infinity-edge plunge pool set on a private deck over the lagoon. Additionally, six plunge pools were added to existing overwater bungalow suites, bringing the total number of overwater accommodations with pools to 27, and the total overwater room count to 108. Each of the one and two-bedroom overwater bungalow suites have been refreshed, now sporting a more contemporary Polynesian feel, complete with new furniture, fixtures, lighting and technology (like 55-inch Chromecast-enabled TVs). These accommodations will also showcase bath amenities by Panpuri, the 100% percent natural and organic wellness lifestyle brand from Thailand. Good to know: Solar panels have been installed on each bungalow’s thatched roof, which will be used for heating water.
Meaning “dream” in Polynesian, MoeMoea is the new 3,550 square-foot shopping experience by Maris Collective. Available to guests will be resort wear, casual and active apparel, accessories, women’s luxe apparel, swimwear and more. Set over the water of one of the resort’s lagoons (it even has stairs that lead from the water, allowing for swim-up access), MoeMoea is centrally located between the lobby, restaurants and spa.
Tip: In celebration of the new and refurbished overwater bungalows, the resort is offering the Inclusive Plunge Pool Suite Package, which includes a complimentary fourth night; daily breakfast, lunch and dinner; and shared airport transfers. The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is also offering Night Free packages, which include accommodations in an overwater bungalow suite or beachfront villa estate and daily breakfast buffet. Diego Stembert serves as general manager.