Travel | April 11, 2017 9:00 am

Bora Bora’s First Two-Story Overwater Bungalows are Unreasonably Large

You'll wanna take the stairs. Trust.

So Conrad Bora Bora Nui just opened in the French Polynesia, marking Bora Bora’s first luxury property opening in a decade. 

It’s about as extravagant as you might imagine, with the property’s most postcard-perfect feature being a pair of two-story Presidential Villas. Double the fun of the single-story bungalows that can be found at other resorts on the French Polynesian island, Bora Bora Nui’s two supersized bungalows feature upgrades like a whirlpool, a sauna and a rooftop sundeck. The two bungalows are at the top of the resort’s overwater options, which also include 84 standard accomodations. 

Bungalows (7 images)

Located in the shadow of 2,385-foot-tall Mount Otemanu, the resort — which has 28 garden villas in addition to its bungalow offerings — gives all guests access to amenities like a full-service spa, fitness center, miniature golf and also offers complimentary water activities.

Add on six restaurants and lounges, an infinity pool with a swim-up bar and a concierge service to the resort’s already impressive offerings and we’d say Bora Bora Nui is well underway to becoming the area’s crown jewel. 

Here’s where to book it.