Love feeling like you're the first to stay in a hotel room? Then the Conrad Nui overwater villas may be the best Bora Bora over water bungalows for you. They're brand new and it shows in every aesthetically-pleasing detail!
The Conrad Nui overwater villas provide a snug, swish nest to cuddle up in - and wake up to - on a fresh, tropical morning. They set the stage for romance on a Bora Bora honeymoon or beach getaway. Often, a hotel room is a base to sleep, but your over water bungalow will be a huge part of your vacation. In Bora Bora I'm usually early to bed and eager to wake up to the world's most beautiful lagoon.
The Conrad Nui overwater villas have a perfect layout for a couples vacation. There's no separate living room - the indoor sitting area is adjacent to the bed - and this actually creates a more intimate ambiance. We've stayed in bungalows with a dedicated living room and it's usually our hallway. The temperatures are so beautiful that if you're not in the bed or the bath, you will want to be outdoors.
The Conrad Nui overwater villas provide a snug, swish nest to cuddle up in - and wake up in - to greet the fresh morning. They're perfect for a romantic beach getaway. On Bora Bora vacations my choice is early to bed and eager to rise. I like to have as much day time as possible.
The gleaming, new bathroom in Conrad Nui overwater villas has extravagant his and hers vanities; a very private separate shower and toilet and; like all the top Bora Bora resorts, features a luxurious bath. Large sliding doors close the bathroom off - or open it up - so that while standing in the bathroom you have lagoon views.
The convenient design of the separate dressing-room in the Conrad Nui overwater villas also has a writing nook facing out to the water. This area proved practical for keeping personal stuff out of sight - but easy to find.
We were delighted to discover that the Conrad Bora Bora Nui overwater villas have the best sunset views of any Bora Bora resort. In the evening we had a 5.30pm drinks date on our deck to watch the glowing orb, setting the sky alight, as it slowly dropped below the ocean. Those peaceful moments are precious memories now.
What a location for building a tan! You can lie in comfort on netting sun-beds and look right across the lagoon, past the white waves of the Pacific Ocean pounding the coral reef, all the way to the horizon. We were entertained by ever-changing cloud formations that were being orchestrated by the breeze.
The splendid, wide deck of the Conrad Bora Bora Nui overwater villas boasts the most comfortable front row seats we've lolled on, around the island. Subtle screening at each end provides a high level of privacy, without detracting from the wondrous 180 degree lagoon view. A bonus in staying over salt water is no mosquitoes.
The water around the Conrad Bora Bora Nui overwater villas has a sparkling clarity and is a
wonderful depth for jumping or climbing in to cool down. We were delighted to discover that the the ladders into the lagoon from the Conrad Bora Bora Nui overwater villas lead to some of the very best snorkeling in Bora Bora!
Unlike the other luxury resorts, the Nui is tucked away on a volcanic motu that's blessed by a completely natural beach which has abundant living coral, right along the shore-line. We've checked out all the resorts around the island and the Conrad Bora Bora overwater villas are the only ones with great snorkeling under and around them. In the evening we spotted all kinds of sea-life that were attracted by the lights.
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