Room was beautiful. The bed was incredibly comfortable, it made it difficult to get up each day and leave!
Tried out the bath. It took a while to fill, but it was because it was a deep one!
The block out curtains certainly blocked out everything. The room was at the front of the hotel, so I thought there would be a lot of light and traffic noise disturbing me during the night. Definitely not the case. Beautifully blocked out the street lights and traffic noise.
Was just an absolutely comfortable, but spacious room. There were 2 queen beds in the one room, but still easy to walk around them and plenty of room. It didn't feel squishy or small at all.
Overall, a perfect place to stay if you want total relaxation!
This family-friendly Sydney hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 5-minute walk of Darling Harbour and …More
The hotel is at a great location. Its only 2-3 mins walk to Museum Station. Even Town Hall and Central Station are within walking distance. It is located right at world square which you can find everything you need. The room was spacious. Sufficient are for you to offload you luggages and do your packing while there is still room for people to walk around.
Theatres, cinemas, Chinatown, the Spanish quarter, shopping arcades, and discount stores are all within a 0.5 km radius of …More
The Four Seasons is exceptional and lived up to our expectations in almost every way. The staff were fantastic and accomodating. The grounds were immaculate antrd the lagoon awe-inspiring. The overwater bungalow was beautiful and private; however, the mattress on the king bed was one of the most uncomfortable I've ever slept in (even after asking for it to be changed, which the staff graciously did). Both were way too soft, had big indentations on each side where people had slept, and were obviously past the "use by date." For a resort of this quality in a place where people come to relax and rejuvenate, to not be able to get a good night's sleep was disappointing.
Another thing to consider (which most have mentioned in past reviews) is that the price of food and wine is exorbitant...we came prepared for this and still had sticker shock. Wine has a consistent 400% mark-up. I understand that Bora Bora is remote and a lot of food has to come a long way, but the resort should be able to do amazing fish and sashimi dishes for a reasonable price considering that fish is sold daily on the main island and food trucks in Tahiti do absolutely delicious sashimi for $20 (and it was much tastier than the sashimi at the resort!). In all honesty, we would come back to the Four Seasons because it is a beautiful place and we did have a really good week, but it would be nice if the extra costs were brought into a bit more acceptable range.
This Bora Bora luxury resort offers a magical setting on a private motu (islet), fringed by white sands and facing a calm …More
My first impression of this resort was "wow! we are in heaven"! The bungalows are amazing!!! The only annoying thing was you have to put your keycard in to keep the electricity on (make sure you get an extra). Other then that, which isn't a big deal the room was perfect and cleaned everyday.
My complaints start with the staff. I couldn't believe how rude there were. They all acted like you were inconvieniencing them. At one point we asked for some ice and she just flat said no. We asked to make a dinner reservation somewhere and they said no. There were 2 bartenders at Miki Miki that were amazing, 1 girl at the activities desk, and the wedding coordinator that were very nice to deal with. Outside of that, it was awful! We would actually wait for Miki Miki to open to avoid the rude staff at the other places. There wasn't any English channels on the TV and not much to do. Overall we were pretty bored the whole time. Everything was extremely overpriced too! $24 for a hot dog! And that was a cheap meal. They even charge you for water! Nothing here is free. You pay to use the phone, you pay for the airport shuttle, the main island shuttle, everything! I couldn't believe the prices, but Bora Bora is known to be expensive. The excursions are all super expensive too! Nothing here isn't overwhelmingly expensive! When we got our bill there were extra charges on there. Specifically a turlte donation, they just add what they want on there. So make sure you double check your bill
Traveller from Iowa
Overlooking Bora Bora's beautiful lagoon, this waterfront resort sits on two islands and has dramatic views of Mt Otemanu at …More
great resort particularly for familes, really good for kids with the free kids club my 12 yr boy loved it, brillaint snorkling right off the beach - saw so many fish, moray eels, even an octopus! watch the reef sharks & sea snakes at night from the wicked walu restaurant, food was great with plenty of choice for eating & drinking
Traveller from Auckland, NZ
This Korolevu resort is on the beach, 3.9 mi (6.2 km) from Namatakula Beach, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Kula Eco Park and …More