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Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

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It takes only a few minutes to reach by boat from the airport the private motu occupied by the hotel. The reception is done in a pretty wooden pavilion whose entrance is guarded by 2 tiki. The eye immediately records some details that speak volumes about the atmosphere of the place. Behind the counter is an immense necklace of indigenous style in marble and wood, which forms part of a wall. An imposing light imitates a giant red coral with led at the end of the branches.

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Mount Otemanu stands opposite and the setting is simply remarkable. 23 hectares between lagoon, lagoon, islets and ocean so that each host finds enough space and surrenders to the plenitude of the places. A cocoon of greenery bathed in the fragrance of frangipani, hibiscus, bougainvillea.

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In the villas, the same sense of space and fluidity. One will appreciate the beautiful volumes, the nobility of the materials, and the harmony of light wood of Bali. Luxury and sobriety reign without sharing and thus create a feeling of immediate well-being. The successful marriage of modernity and Polynesian culture in nuance, refinement and authenticity and all the mastery and know-how Four Seasons. Common spaces are in the same vein.

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One never leaves the lagoon of the gaze, the wood dominates here and there. Everything has been perfectly studied as a couple or family. A luxury of details, a luxurious simplicity. A nice stopover to put in the itinerary of a spoiled traveler.

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photo from @breekwarren

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