Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
Last night once again "The Bachelorette" offered kisses, drama and plenty of tears in an idyllic setting. Bachelors Robert Martinez and Chris Lambton met Ali Fedotowsky's family in the final episode which took place at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa on the French Polynesian island of Bora Bora. The resort is a popular honeymoon spot set into a curve of white sand and lava rock plunk in the middle of paradise. In the episode the resort's best features are shown off to full effect as Ali and Roberto kissed in the ocean in the rain by the shadow of the Mt. Otemanu volcano and Ali and her family discussed the men in one of the resort's two-story villas.
Villa suites set above crystalline blue waters offer a private water-side balcony, king canopy bed and glass floor-viewing panels. The suites also feature an Italian marble bathroom and private Jacuzzi. The separate sitting area is equipped with satellite TV and internet access. The resort includes the Ta Le Le Beach Bar, hilltop Nui Spa and the Iriatai Panoramic Restaurant.
The LA Times reports that the hotel is offering a "Bora Bora Is for Lovers" package for $4,995 for two that includes five nights in one of the resort's over-water villas, a daytime picnic lunch on a nearby island and more.