Although it is tucked away deep in the South Pacific, French Polynesia is surprisingly easy to get to from every corner of the world. This nation of many islands has several airports, international and domestic, all of which have handy connections to your ALL luxury resort. ALL’s hotels in the country are strategically located close to airports and ferry terminals for your convenience. When you are planning your trip, look out for airport shuttles – many of ALL’s hotels have them – so that you, your fellow guests and your luggage can get quickly to your accommodation as soon as you have touched down in your destination.
Our luxury resorts in French Polynesia
Explore our resorts in French Polynesia
Dive into the ultimate wellbeing experience in a spa resort in French Polynesia as you gaze out over pristine turquoise waters.
About French Polynesia
Visiting French Polynesia is a truly unique experience, and not only because its immaculate wellness resorts are the last word in rest and relaxation. This beautiful string of islands has a colourful glittering quality from its beaches to its lush green jungles, and there are so many exciting ways to get out and explore its unique flora and fauna.
Frequently asked questions
French Polynesia’s natural beauty is legendary, and visitors will be pleased to know there are all kinds of ways to get out and explore their surroundings from their ALL holiday resort. The Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island, for example, has not only a private beach but kayaking and snorkelling, while at the Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort, glass-bottom boating trips are offered for guests who would like to get an amazing view of French Polynesia’s underwater wonders. On the other hand, the Sofitel Tahiti Ia Ora Beach Resort has two golf courses nearby, one 9-hole and the other 18, for anyone looking to hit a few rounds in surroundings like no other.
French Polynesia’s unique food culture owes all its flavour and character to the remarkable ingredients found on its shores as well as to the various cosmopolitan influences which have shaped it. The Manu Tuki restaurant at the Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island luxury resort has absorbed this multi-faceted cuisine into its varied menus. Deliciously fresh meals are served to guests as they look out over a breath-taking sea view. In another of ALL’s hotels in French Polynesia, the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort, LATITUDE 16º has a Tahitian oven as well as a range of internationally influenced dishes to choose from.
At ALL, it is impossible not to relax when you are in French Polynesia, so we have designed our wellness resorts to reflect the islands’ inimitably blissful spirit. At the five-star Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort, for example, guests will find Le Jardin. This world-class spa offers tailor-made professional treatments whose purpose is to induce a deep state of relaxation. Alternatively, the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort is home to One Soul Spa where soothing massage techniques make use of Tahiti’s native plants and traditional wellness techniques to calm guests’ bodies and souls.
July and August are very popular months to visit ALL’s spa resorts in French Polynesia as the weather is idyllic and all kinds of traditional festivals take place across the islands. Other times of the year can also be ideal for the canny traveller, however, including September and October. The weather is still pleasantly warm around this time (albeit a little more humid), but the sea takes on a particularly bright turquoise hue. May is also quieter in many of French Polynesia’s wellness resorts, but it is nonetheless a very comfortable time to visit, as the rain starts to ebb away.