By LUXURY DAILY NEWS SERVICE
Hospitality group Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is offering unmatched levels of exclusivity in French Polynesia.
Guests are now able to buy out the entire Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, taking advantage of its amenities, rooms and restaurants. With accommodations for up to 246 visitors, the seven-night Four Seasons stay is priced at 2.5 million euros, or just over $2.7 million at current exchange.
“There is nothing more exclusive than a complete island buyout and no destination as special as French Polynesia, rich in culture and tradition,” said Romain Chanet, general manager at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, in a statement.
“For guests looking to treat their special group to the ultimate and most private experience in paradise, all executed with renowned Four Seasons service and warmth – this is absolutely it.”
One-and two-bedroom overwater bungalow suites await future Four Seasons Bora Bora occupants. Once on the island, guests will be given “unfettered access” to the resort’s stable of services and facilities.
As a part of the multi-million dollar packages, several open-air dining spaces factor into the experience.
Wines and cocktails from the retreats’ head sommelier Aude Vaillard and head mixologist Romain D’Antuono complement menus curated by executive chef Sebastien Fontes, with Four Seasons granting a total of four restaurants to choose from.
During the week-long stay, guests can also indulge in educational activities, such as cultural classes from local experts and the island’s cultural ambassador Samuel Fiu as well as explorations of the spot’s lagoon sanctuary with marine biologists.
Scuba diving sessions, tennis slots and wellness treatments (see story) at the Te Mahana Spa are also available on-site, alongside unlimited yoga and guided fitness classes.
According to a company statement, optional customizable inclusions such as private and chartered international and domestic air, helicopter excursions and headline entertainment are available at additional cost.
Four Seasons Bora Bora is pointing interested parties toward its site for more information on booking the week-long excursion.
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