Facilities & services

  • 80 overwater villas
  • Three restaurants
  • Spa
  • Dive centre
  • Tennis courts
  • Fitness centre


  • Snorkelling and diving
  • Kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and pedalos for complimentary use
  • Rainforest tours
  • Private dining experiences
  • Cultural activities

Motu Piti Aau island is a slender strip bordered on one side by Bora Bora’s turquoise lagoon and the South Pacific on the other.

Reaching out into the lagoon are four walkways linking The InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa’s 80 overwater villas. Each feature a spacious furnished sundeck with outdoor freshwater shower, a shaded area and a sundeck with direct access to the water outside – some also have their own pool – while indoors you’ll find a comfortable bedroom and living room complete with glass-bottomed coffee table that acts as a window to the lagoon and the fish below. Design is in a sleek, contemporary island style, with touches of traditional Polynesian design alongside the latest in-room technology. Perched at the end each walkway there is an exclusive Brando Suite, situated for the utmost privacy and best views of Mt. Otemanu.

On dry land, find the resort’s numerous facilities including three restaurants serving cuisine ranging from authentic local dishes and beach barbecues to fine French dining, a collection of bars and the Deep Ocean Spa, the first seawater therapy spa in French Polynesia.Perfectly placed to experience the best of Bora Bora, you have the chance to explore both the island’s landscapes and its indigenous culture, with plenty of activities and excursions to choose from land and sea.

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