With Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux finally tying the knot, a feature on their honeymoon resort; the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, seems timely. Jennifer and Justin are reported to have brought along their best friends; Courtney Cox and her daughter Coco, as well as Justin Bateman and his family. Now, the question is, did Aniston and Theroux stay in their own overwater bungalow, or share one of the luxurious beachfront villas with their friends? Post your guess about Jennifer Aniston’s honeymoon below.
“Scarcely a spot on the universe affords a more luxurious prospect”. Captain James Cook
Set upon a coral ring, surrounded by warm turquoise waters, sits the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. Directly facing majestic Mt. Otemanu, the resort is the epitome of a South Seas Escape, redefining what it means to discover paradise, romance and service beyond compare.
Guests arriving on Bora Bora are brought to the resort on custom built yachts; quite the arrival in paradise. Once at the resort, you’ll be escorted to your room.
One of seven beachfront villas or 100 overwater bungalows; accommodations at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora immerse guests in the island’s soothing natural oasis, and overwater bungalows are the essence of the Polynesian experience. One and two bedroom overwater bungalows are all-suites and feature ultra-modern comforts, including local artwork, signature Four Seasons beds, outdoor dining areas and sun decks. Some even offer their very own plunge pools.
Located on pontoons that extend into the lagoon, guests can view schools of colorful fish below and even swim among them from their private deck, if they like. Two and three bedroom beachfront villas offer even more space, as well as a private stretch of beach. These expansive accommodations offer a great room, separate bedrooms; each with its own bathroom, a plunge pool and large outdoor deck. These are ideal for family and friends traveling together. These villas provide a beachfront setting like no other.
Balanced by the tranquility of the lagoon and the energy of the Pacific Ocean is the spa; the resort’s award winning enclave of peace, relaxation and therapeutic pampering. Traditional Polynesian rituals compliment a wide array of body, face and beauty treatments. Indoor and outdoor spa rooms are mingled with lush, tropical plants and trees, while the overwater couples suite is the ultimate in romantic experiences.
Guests at the resort can take part in a number of active pursuits on and off property; from snorkeling among sharks, rays and exotic marine life to stand up paddle boarding and jet skis to deep sea fishing, four by four jeep safaris and games of tennis. Couples can experience their own private island picnic. The options are infinite.
The dining experiences at Four Seasons feature Polynesian Moderne, which is a base of French cuisine with American style; highlighting ingredients and flavors of Polynesia and beyond. The variety of dining options is well suited for longer stays and all feature spectacular, open-air settings; including tropical cocktails and sushi at the Sunset Restaurant & Bar or a romantic dinner for two on the beach.
With romance and beauty at every step, it should come as no surprise that the resort is a destination for celebrations of all kinds; including weddings, honeymoons, anniversaries and retreats. Highly personalized service and dedicated function space ensure the most spectacular and memorable group events imaginable; whether an intimate gathering or an exclusive buyout of the resort.
No matter the occasion, Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is the ultimate escape; a true paradise of natural beauty, luxury, warmth and unmatched service.
I look forward to crafting a romantic getaway to Bora Bora for you soon! To begin your own Bora Bora journey, call Sheila of Carefree Romantic Vacations at 909-255-1410 or visit www.AppointmentWithSheila.com.
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