New York, NY – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
This holiday season the acclaimed St. Regis Bora Bora, known to be a hideaway for celebrities and VIPs from around the world, will be hosting a Polynesian style Christmas with exclusive festivities. For those looking to skip the frigid cold and snow, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the holiday season in the sun on the pure white sand feeding into the beautiful blue lagoon around St. Regis Bora Bora’s private motu.
The St. Regis Bora Bora provides ultra luxurious accommodations for a relaxing vacation in one of the world’s most stunning natural settings. The St. Regis Bora Bora is the first resort in French Polynesia to offer overwater villas with their own private pools perched above the crystal-clear lagoon and provides the largest stretch of beach access in French Polynesia surrounded by lush tropical jungle. Guests can also indulge
in the personalized services provided by the on call 24/7 staff and St. Regis’ world renowned Personal Butler service.
Guests can start the day off each morning with a South Pacific breakfast buffet at the Te PahuRestaurant. Visitors have their choice of exotic fruits, and or a traditional Tahitian breakfast consisting of coffee, toast, and Poisson Cru àla Tahitienne, Tahitian style raw fish. At the resort’s exclusive Spa MiriMiri, located on its own private island, guests can be treated to a Balinese or Polynesian massage. The resort is no stranger to comfort and will make certain all wishes are met beyond satisfaction.
St. Regis Bora Bora guests can partake in new and unusual ventures that are sure to put anyone in a joyous spirit this Christmas. An activity not to be missed is the Polynesian show on Wednesday December 22nd, outfitted with exotic fire dancing on the Te Pahu Beach. Following the performance, foodies can excite those taste buds with a South Pacific inspired buffet including an award winning selection of fine wines and Tahitian inspired deserts.
St. Regis Bora Bora’s General Manager Michael Schoonewagenand his team will be hosting Christmas Eve with a champagne cocktail and canapés reception at the Aparima Bar. Guests have the option of choosing between two menus this evening: a Christmas inspired selection at the Te- PahuMediterranean Grill, or Jean George Vongerichten’s French creations at his overwater restaurant Lagoon, also located on property. Both menus offer equally tantalizing selections, however very different in theme, the choice solely relies on the party’s mood. True Christmas festivities ensue, on December 25th when the menu and atmosphere are both decked with holiday spirit. For the younger set, or children at heart, Santa Claus will make a visit bearing gifts for all guests. Later on, guests can retire to the Open Air Cinema where the St. Regis Bora Bora will feature a classic Christmas film with complimentary popcorn and sweets, ideal for couples and visiting families alike.
Guests can enjoy their holiday vacation with leisurely days at the beach, and indulge in the delectable flavors of the beach barbeque party that will take place in the evening. Cocktails and beer will be provided, along with a variety of culinary delights while a DJ ensures guests dance the night away to a number of American inspired tunes.
When the moment finally comes to ring in the New Year, the all white party featuring two separate menus at either Te-Pahuor Lagoon will ensure that guests start off 2011 on a grand scale with fine gourmet selections and a remarkable fireworks spectacle which will be on display off of the Te PahuBeach.