Upon arrival in Bora Bora, we were immediately greeted by Four Seasons reps and beautiful leis were placed around our necks. Four Seasons handles your luggage from this point forward until it arrives in your room. The boat was just a beautiful as the scenery as we rode to the resort (15 minute boat ride).
Four Seasons Bora Bora had wonderful grounds that highlighted not only the beach, but the lush jungle aspect of the island as well. None of the bungalows have a bad view! Staff said the Mountain View is the best, but even those of us in the Lagoon View Bungalows had amazing mountain views from one window or another. The bungalows are very spacious with 1,080SF and can easily accommodate 3-4 per bungalow.
I was able to view the new Hurunui Overwater Bungalow Suites. They are over the top. They connected two overwater bungalows with an extended terrace and added a plunge pool, which gives you over 2000SF of indoor space and then added outdoor space.
The resort is very capable of multi-generational travel with their large villas, new Hurunui Suites, kids for all seasons club, equipped with a splash pad, and the teen club at the lagoon. Food was very good, and the Sunset bar had great sushi and my favorite meals. I suggest the 300 and 400 pavilion bungalows. The walk to the main buildings may be longer but they have better views and more privacy.
As far as tours, I highly recommend the shark and ray experience with lunch, do not book without the lunch (also if you can request Ray and or Mananu as your guides). The Jet Ski tour and Lagoon Swim with the local marine biologist are on the top of my list too. The 4×4 tour had pretty views at the top of the mountain, but not as educational.