Finding the best location for your Bora Bora dinner on the beach is crucial for making it the most magical experience that you will remember for years to come. We have scouted and experienced the best locations for a Bora Bora dinner on the beach, and will share them with you below. Here are the top 3 resorts for a Bora Bora dinner on the beach.
The main beach of the Four Seasons has a spectacular outlook to Mt Otemanu with romantic thatched roof bungalows and a little motu in the foreground. We only recommend booking a Bora Bora dinner on the main beach on evenings when the Fare Hoa Beach Bar & Grill is closed. Otherwise you will have constant foot traffic walking too and fro behind you. It is easy to do, just make sure you book your private dinner with plenty of time so you can secure a day of the week when it is closed. Find out more about a romantic Four Seasons main beach dinner.
The little motu which you can see in the water in front of the below beach dinner set up, is the most romantic and unique location for a Bora Bora dinner on the beach. This experience comes at a added expense, as everything must be brought to the motu via boat and canoe - including you and your lover! If money is not an issue then this will be the most spectacular and private Bora Bora dinner on the beach you could have on the whole island. To avoid disappointment, make sure to pre-book this unique experience with the resort before your stay, to ensure availability and give the resort enough time for organization. We have seen this motu set up for wedding ceremonies and it is simply breathtaking.
The St Regis beach is long with a view to a palm fringed horizon. However, the down side to this location for a private dinner experience is that one of the main dining areas of the resort is located behind the beach. So although you are will be the only ones on the beach, you will have your back to many other hotel guests dining at a distance. For this reason we find the St Regis Spa Beach as the best location for a private dinner on the beach.
The Spa Beach is our pick for a Bora Bora dinner on the beach at the St Regis resort. There is a timber deck overlooking the lagoonarium and with a view out to palm trees and a distant Mt Otemanu view. At this time of day the spa beach is deserted, so you will have the evening to yourselves with privacy. Your only other company will be your attentive waiter who will keep your drink topped up but disappear into the background to leave you in peace in between courses.
The view from the spa beach stretches out to Mt Otemanu. Make sure you get to dinner early enough to catch the sun set from the spa beach. My husband and I had a private dinner at the spa beach (when he proposed!) over winter time, so the sun was setting by 6pm. We wished we had gotten to our dining location earlier to enjoy the ambiance and see the sun set. So if they are picking you up in a golf cart for your transport to your dinner, make sure you specify that you want to be picked up early.
The Sofitel Private island is located in a beautiful and practical location of Bora Bora, allowing both motu views but with the convenience of easy access to the main island. If you stay on the Private Island or the Marara beach side of the Sofitel resort, a private beach lunch or dinner is a must do experience.
The Sofitel Private Island beach is perfect for a Bora Bora lunch or dinner on the beach. This location is in such a vibrant part of the lagoon, we actually lean to lunch on the beach as the best meal to have here.
The Sofitel Private Island also has another unique feature at its resort. A walkway that climbs to the top of the island, with 360 degree panoramic views. Special occasions can be organized on top of the hill, including weddings, intimate parties and private dinners. We wouldn't recommend to use this location during the day, as the sun is hot up here, but for sunset and an evening experience it is perfect. It is also very private.
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