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Unlike its little brother (the Manihi Pearl Beach), the superior category Bora-Bora Pearl Beach hotel was built on a pristine site, the motu Tevairoa which is one of the largest islets on the island of Bora- Bora.


The architectural bias was to develop the concepts established on the first hotel in the Pearl Beach chain "focused on living and conviviality areas than to the demonstration effect", through warm atmosphere made of sober materials and dimmed lights. The interior spaces are open as much as inside than outside. The existing vegetation has been preserved to the maximum and the marine environment respected.


The different themes developed in the common areas are "the voyage'' translated by the Polynesian canoe, then "dance and music"  that we find in sculpture and painting on tapas *.


The hotel, which included 50 overwater bungalows and 10 beach bungalows when it opened in July 1997, was extended in 1999 to 20 garden suites, a swimming pool restaurant and 4 transit bungalows. In 2003, the main restaurant was also extended and a wedding chapel was built.


* Tapas: traditional designs on beaten wood bark.

SA Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort


Project management mission:
Design / production / decoration


Works :
50 overwater bungalow
10 beach bungalow
20 garden suites
swimming pool restaurant

Amount of works:
Tranche 97: 1 200 000 000 CFP
Tranche 99: 450,000,000 CFP
2003 tranche: 200,000,000 CFP


Work deadlines:
Tranche 97: from 03/27/97 to June 98
Tranche 99: start of construction: May 99
2003 tranche: from 07/11/02 to 26/08/03

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