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All You Need Is Love this Valentine's Day. and the St. Regis Resort Bora Bora

Paradise awaits with this Valentine’s Day and a package that would make even Cupid envious

Indulge a little this upcoming Valentine’s Day and escape to paradise with the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort and the resort’s “All You Need is Love” package. The package features stays in an elegant Overwater Villa and a Tahitian Black Pearl guaranteed to make the hearts flutter. Also includes daily breakfast, premium champagne on arrival accompanied by scrumptious Valentine Macaroon treats, “his” polo shirt and “her” pareo, an exhilarating Jet Ski tour and a Beatles CD to set the mood.

Rates begin at USD $930 per night, minimum four nights stay is required and package is available for the entire month of February. Rates do not include taxes, and is based on double occupancy per Villa per night. For reservations email: or visit our website.

St. Regis Bora Bora Resort features 100 exquisitely designed over-water and beach villas, many with terrace whirlpools or private swimming pools, the one-, two- and three-bedroom villas range in size from 1,550 square feet to the resort’s ultra-luxurious 13,000-square-foot Royal Estate, fittingly set apart in a secluded cove.  Guests of the resort have access to world-class restaurants, including Lagoon which is suspended over the water and features cuisine by renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

Set amidst lush unspoiled surroundings and pristine waters, guests enjoy spectacular views of the main island of Bora Bora as well as the mystical Mount Otemanu, towering over the Pacific Ocean, with the remote islands of Tahaa and Raiatea on the horizon.  St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora is protected by self-contained saltwater lagoons and designed to complement the surrounding landscape.  The resort features a manmade “hoa” -- a Tahitian inlet that utilizes the ocean tides and currents -- that provides deep ocean water to the lagoon, replenishing fresh nutrients to sustain the abundant variety of native fish and stingrays.