Step onto the powdery sands of the InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana, a slice of heaven on the southern coast of Bora Bora.

The InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana is encircled by the iconic charm of Bora Bora, the most popular island of French Polynesia. Its surrounding scenery seems unfathomably polished, untouched by the hectic modern world.

InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana is all about relaxed luxury in an island paradise
A couple are climbing up the ladder of a private water villa.
A beach with palm trees and sunloungers.
A swimming pool has sunloungers and a white umbrella.
Thatched-roof villas are surrounded by palm trees and a white beach.
A woman is standing on a bridge backed by thatched-roof villas and a mountain.
It's nighttime, and the dining tables overlook the beach and are backed by palm trees and lamps.
You can see underneath the ocean's surface as well as the top of a thatched-roof villas.
A wooden deck with seating is situated over water.
A double bed has flowers on it and the room opens to a balcony.
A double bed has flowers on it and the room opens to a balcony.
The bathroom has a tub, a lark sink and a vanity table.

Located on the southern tip of the island, on Matira Point, the resort extends into the crystalline turquoise of a serene lagoon. Waking up in your overwater bungalow, you gaze out at endless blue before stepping onto the white sands of Matira Beach.

Your bare toes sink into velvety sands, your face tingling against Bora Bora’s warm ocean breezes, as tall coconut trees sway behind you.

The InterContinental Bora Bora feels like heaven on earth, its staff welcoming you like VIPs, guiding you toward an all-encompassing luxury.

Each step is accompanied by beautiful scenery accented by colourful, carefully-picked flowers. Polynesian style, culture and natural beauty follow you wherever you go.

The excitement of Bora Bora spills into the InterContinental Le Moana, its private beach inviting bold travellers to plunge into snorkelling, scuba diving, paddle-boarding and kayaking.

A table is laid out with food and champagne and it sits on the beach at night with fire.
A couple are stand-up paddle boarding.

The Property

A sleek modern design distinguishes the InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana, masterfully fused with traditional Polynesian architecture and décor. Each space of the resort pays tribute to the culture of Bora Bora, including the classic straw-roofing of the overwater bungalows.

The rooms and suites in the InterContinental adopt a neutral colour palette and are dressed in local hardwoods, offering exceptionally comfortable furnishings and bedding. Whether you opt for a scenic Overwater Bungalow or a luxurious Beachfront Villa, your room brings a tropical vibe. Other-worldly views are offered from all rooms, bringing you close to Bora Bora from the moment you awake.


The InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana spotlights its private beach, Matira Beach, where cosy sunbeds face the gentle lagoon, which offers ideal conditions for snorkelling. The hotel’s dock stretches from the shore, offering tables underneath cooling shade – the perfect spot for a refreshing cocktail in the afternoon.

Soak in the resort’s expansive outdoor infinity pool, situated steps from the beach, surrounded by tropical plants. Step onto cloud nine in the Deep Ocean Spa, just a short boat ride from the hotel, where expert therapists personalise your perfect treatment.


The InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana offers two exquisite restaurants, also allowing you to dine in your room until 9 pm. Visit Noa Noa Terrace Restaurant and taste the glory of gourmet French cuisine, perhaps complemented by the al fresco ambience of the restaurant’s beachfront patio. For a more casual lunch, Vini Vini Bar and Restaurant Terrace provides the ideal cooling shade for a rejuvenating shrimp salad and chilled wine.

How this property makes your trip more responsible

The InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana believes in using travel to share and protect cultural and natural heritage. The resort emits a genuine passion for Polynesian culture, actively caring for its local community and staff and contributing to local schools, NGOs and associations. As well as this, the resort has reduced its energy consumption through its use of biodegradable products, LED lights and a strict recycling and waste reduction plan.

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