Tahiti’s Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has debuted its new and enhanced overwater bungalow suite collection.
The resort has added eight new overwater bungalow suites. Six of these 1,120 sq.-ft. suites featuring 11 x 8 ft. infinity-edge plunge pools set on a private deck. Additionally, six plunge pools were added to existing overwater bungalow suites, bringing the total number of overwater accommodations with pools to 27, and the total overwater room count to 108.
Each of the one- and two-bedroom bungalow suites have been refreshed, reflecting a more contemporary Polynesian feel, complete with new furniture, fixtures, lighting and technology, including 55-inch Chromecast-enabled televisions. Additionally, solar panels have been installed on each bungalow’s thatched roof, providing a natural and sustainable power source for heating water. These accommodations also showcase bath amenities by Panpuri, the 100% natural and organic wellness lifestyle brand from Thailand.
In celebration, the resort is offering the Inclusive Plunge Pool Suite Package, which includes a complimentary fourth night; daily breakfast, lunch and dinner; and shared airport transfers. The resort is also offering Night Free packages, which include accommodations in an overwater bungalow suite or beachfront villa estate and daily breakfast buffet.
Variety Cruises is setting sail in French Polynesia with a new itinerary that features departures from December 2020 through March 2021.
The French Polynesian islands are, without a doubt, among some of the most beautiful places on Earth. Variety Cruises guests will be able to indulge in the laid-back Polynesian way, while an on-board chef is prepared to deliver the most delectable meals based on local cuisines, seafood, taro and fruits.
From the moment the guests board the Variety Cruises 25, cabin Motor-Sailer, the Panorama II, they will be welcomed by a crew that pays special attention to ensuring a wonderful mega yacht experience.
Whether guests are jumping off the sports platform of the Panorama II to snorkel or swim in the bright blue waters, or adventuring through the jungles to discover the hidden waterfalls of Raiatea guided by an on-board naturalist, there is no better way to experience the incredible islands of the South Pacific than by small ship.
Passengers can select from a cruise itinerary for either 7 nights and 8 days exploring the Tahiti and all but one Society Islands, or for an extended holiday sailing 11 nights and 12 days adventuring through the Society Islands, as well as the Tuamotu Islands during Christmas and New Year’s.
Sailing dates are from Dec. 10, 2020 to March 26, 2021 with fares from US$2,290, and there is a 10% Introductory Discount that’s valid through Oct. 10, 2020. The booking code is TAH2019.
Sail on over to www.varietycruises.com for more.
Royal Caribbean International has announced the home port and name of its fifth Oasis Class ship – Wonder of the Seas.
The next ship to join the cruise line’s innovative lineup will set sail from Shanghai, China. Slated for a highly anticipated debut in 2021, the world’s largest cruise ship will introduce a new era of cruising, as the first of the renowned Oasis Class to sail the Asia Pacific.