If you’re wondering ‘how much does a massage cost in Bora Bora?’ then I can help.
People come to Bora Bora from all over the world to relax and what better way to do that than with a massage?
This ultimate guide will go into detail on Bora Bora massage prices to help you plan and budget for your vacation.
Bora Bora Massage Prices – Summary
Most of the luxury resorts in Bora Bora have spas which have been carefully positioned so that they look out onto incredible views.
Some even have glass floors so that you can look down and gaze at the fish swimming in the lagoon beneath you as you get your massage. Cool, right!?
As Bora Bora is often considered to be one of the most exclusive and luxury locations in the world, massages are expensive.
In a hurry? Here’s a quick overview of massage prices in Bora Bora:
- At a 5-star resort, massages cost between $100 and $300.
- The cheapest luxury resort for massages is Le Bora Bora.
- The most expensive luxury resort for massages is the Four Seasons.
Usually the more expensive massages are longer than the cheaper ones.
The cheaper massages usually last 50 minutes or less and the more expensive ones last around 80 minutes or more.
Unfortunately most of the non-luxury resorts in Bora Bora do not have on-site spas so if this is important to you then you’ll have to stay at one of the luxury resorts.
Don’t worry, I’ve listed all the Bora Bora resorts with spas (and their prices) below.
Let’s take a look at the exact massage prices at some of Bora Bora’s best resorts…
Four Seasons Bora Bora Massage Prices
The Te Mahana Spa at the Four Seasons is surrounded by tropical palm trees and is located right at the lagoon’s edge so you get magnificent lagoon views.
In their treatments, they use natural ingredients sourced from French Polynesia including monoi, tamanu, kahaia and organic seaweed. All of their massages are rooted in ancient tradition too.
My favorite thing about the Te Mahana Spa is the glass panels in the floor which allows you to look down into the deep blue lagoon whilst you get a relaxing massage.
Massages at the Te Mahana Spa at the Four Seasons Bora Bora resort cost between $210 and $300.
- For $210, you’ll get a 50 minute massage.
- For $300, you’ll get an 80 minute massage.
Examples of massages available at the Four Seasons include Polynesian massages, foot reflexology massages, deep stretching massages, pregnancy massages and more.
Check out the spa at Four Seasons Bora Bora in the video below:
InterContinental Thalasso Massage Prices
The Deep Ocean Spa at InterContinental Bora Bora Thalasso overlooks the deep blue ocean.
In fact, it is actually built on stilt bungalows with glass floors so you can watch the marine life whilst you get your massage.
One unique thing about this spa is that they use deep sea water in their treatments. The water is taken from the Pacific Ocean at depths below 900m.
Volcanic activity which occurred during ancient times left this deep sea water rich in minerals. This spa is actually the first in the South Pacific to use this type of therapy.
Tip: You can also access the Deep Ocean Spa at InterContinental Thalasso if you’re staying at their sister property, InterContinental Le Moana.
Massages at the Deep Ocean Spa at InterContinental Thalasso cost between $100 and $245.
- For $100, you’ll get a 25 minute massage.
- For $175, you’ll get a 50 minute massage.
- For $245, you’ll get an 80 minute massage.
Examples of massages available at InterContinental Thalasso include deep water pearl rain massages, Polynesian massages, Indian head massages, volcanic stone massages and more.
Check out the spa at InterContinental Bora Bora in the video below:
St Regis Bora Bora Massage Prices
The Iridium Spa at St Regis Bora Bora has 5 luxurious spa treatment rooms making it the largest spa in the region. They specialize in Tahitian and Pacific Rim treatments.
The spa sits on its own island in the middle of a private lagoon at the St Regis resort.
It also features a secluded beach which looks out onto the famous Mt Otemanu making it one of Bora Bora’s most beautiful spas.
It’s the perfect place to find peace and rejuvenate.
Massages at the Iridium Spa at St Regis Bora Bora cost between $170 and $250.
- For $170, you’ll get a 60 minute massage.
- For $250, you’ll get a 90 minute massage.
Examples of massages available at St Regis include traditional Polynesian massages, outdoor candlelight massages, Balinese massages and more.
Check out the spa at St Regis Bora Bora in the video below:
Conrad Bora Bora Nui Massage Prices
The Hina Spa at Conrad Bora Bora Nui is set on a hilltop, overlooking the stunning Mt Otemanu and surrounded by lush vegetation and black lava rock.
It’s such a tranquil escape! They even offer open-air treatments so you’ll be surrounded by nature whilst you get your relaxing massage.
Massages at the Hina Spa at the Conrad Bora Bora Nui resort cost between $105 and $290.
- For $105, you’ll get a 30 minute ‘on-the-go’ massage.
- For $170, you’ll get a 60 minute massage.
- For $220, you can get a 90 minute massage.
- For $290, you can get a 120 minute full head to toe massage.
Examples of massages available at the Conrad Bora Bora include Tahitian massages, Balinese massages, sport massages and full body massages.
Le Bora Bora Massage Prices
The Tavai Spa at Le Bora Bora is nestled within the resort’s lush gardens. It feels like a serene paradise.
They offer a range of different treatments that aim to restore both your body and mind.
Massages at Tavai Spa at Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resorts cost between $100 and $180.
- For $100, you can get a 25 minute massage.
- For $140, you can get a 50 minute massage.
- For $180, you can get an 80 minute massage.
Examples of massages available at Le Bora Bora include volcanic stone massages, bamboo massages, traditional Polynesian massages and more.
And that’s it!
Getting a relaxing massage is one of the best activities in Bora Bora and definitely worth the price.
This ultimate guide on Bora Bora massage prices should have given you all the information you need to budget for your trip to Bora Bora.
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