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Bora Bora Vacation Rentals(10)

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Recent Bora Bora Reviews

Best memory of our trip to Bora Bora

5 of 5
After staying in hotels on Moorea and Tahiti, this bungalow was a welcome change, especially with the limited choices on the island for vacation rentals that are modern and updated. The owner, Ed, and his wife, have done an exceptional remodel of this place; and the proximity to town is good for shopping. When you arrive on island, you will be greeted by a local French couple, Christophe and Ginou; they are very gracious and helpful with recommendations on where to shop for groceries and dining. Although we never ate out the entire time we were there! The kitchen is incredible and provides everything you need to prepare your own gourmet meals. We considered staying at one of the hotels that are on their own motus, but we didn't want to be isolated, and wanted to feel at home with the convenience of a kitchen to prepare our own meals ( restaurants are scarce and the food isn't always very good), wifi for internet access, and laundry facilities which are hard to find on island, and often not even available at the hotels. The views are to die for, and there are all the comforts of home, including a grill. If you didn't bring gear for a day at the beach, they provide paddleboards and snorkeling gear, as well as bicycles in case you decide to set out for a day of exploring the island. We loved this place so much we plan on staying again and again for our visits to Bora Bora!
  • Submitted: Mar 22, 2015
  • Stayed: Feb 2015

Truly Fantastic

5 of 5
If you want to have an overwater bungalow in Bora Bora and you do not stay here or at its sister property next door you are missing out on the best bargain in all of French Polynesia. This is a large, recently renovated overwater bungalow originally owned by Marlon Brando that is located on the northwest coast of Bora Bora (about 4 miles north of Vaitape) in an absolutely beautiful location. I do not even know where to begin. Large living room that transitions into a dining area and then a kitchen---a big kitchen. Full-size refrigerator, washing machine. incredibly modern four (or was it five) glass stove top, double sink, blender, coffee machine, microwave, toaster oven, toaster and all the china, silverware, glasses, pots and pans, etc. that you could want. If I could come up with a complaint it would be that the chef knives need to be a little sharper and there should be a bread knife. That's the best I can do. Two bedrooms. The master has a queen (or is it king) size bed and is air conditioned (The only room in the house that is air conditioned, but we froze to death before we turned the air conditioning way down.). The second bedroom has two twin beds and a REALLY good fan. The bathroom has double sinks and a huge shower with both a rain head and a hand held shower. And then there is the porch. Huge. A table and four chairs. Two lounge chairs. A day bed. A dock with a ladder that can be lowered so that you walk into the lagoon (which offers good snorkeling) and an outdoor shower for when you come out of the salt water. Oh, and a propane gas grill!!!! In the living room is a TV with a dvd for movies (selection quite limited but you certainly could bring your own dvds) and music. On the porch there were fishing rods (we left a nice selection of lures as our gift to the house), snorkels, masks and fins and some great tubes for just hanging out on the water. Missing. There should be some rope to tie off the tubes to the dock although they did have short tethers. No kayaks. We cannot recommend this property too highly!!!!! It is fabulous. For 1/3 what the resorts want for an overwater bungalow you get twice what they offer. Pick up groceries at Chin Lee's or Super U for breakfast and snacks (and whatever other meals you want to fix) and definitely have a meal or three at the Bora Bora Y
  • Submitted: Jan 2, 2015
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

Dream vacation at Marlon's Over water Bungalow

5 of 5
We were very happy with Marlon's bungalow. We found the condo to be just as described and the surrounding views were spectacular. The unit itself is well equipped and the outside deck is fantastic. We used the BBQ quite a bit and the clear ocean water surrounding the bungalow is perfect for swimming and snorkeling. We only wished that the unit had come equipped with a kayak... It is absolutely necessary to have a car when renting this bungalow as there are no stores, etc within walking distance....Car rentals are pricey so factor that into your budget. All in all, we would highly recommend any of the bungalows. Richard and Nir were great to work with and Nir was very helpful once we arrived. He provided transportation from the airport ferry and a provided a car for us to rent for the week. He also helped us with dinner and activity reservations and recommendations for places to eat and things to do. We would love to return beautiful Bora and Bora and would stay there again.
  • Submitted: Jan 25, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2013