I had to still give them 4 stars because the restaurant location and food was amazing.Beware, they don’t want people from other hotels coming there which is plainly obvious by the $140 boat transfer they charge for you to come to the restaurant. I was also told that if you don’t stay at their resort they will not give you prime seating. My wife and I had an amazing dinner which was over $500. We were shocked when the bill came and saw there was $140 boat fee. The concierge at our hotel did mention a boat fee but there was a loss in translation because we were expecting to pay $20. Our hotel was two resorts over, a five-minute transfer. Common sense would say that if you spent that much money on dinner they would waive the boat fee. The other thing that was extremely frustrating was the boat that picked us up from our hotel was actually the boat that was shuttling workers to the Saint Regis. It was the worst boat we have been on the entire trip, with paint chipping everywhere etc. We actually wanted to try all the restaurants at the Saint Regis but not for $140 boat charge every time. As I mentioned in the beginning the food is amazing, the best we tried in Bora-Bora.
One thing people should know, the food in general in Bora-Bora is just not that good. If you’re staying at a nice resort you’re probably better off just staying there for the majority of your meals. We ventured out to some of the top rated restaurants and were disappointed in most of them.
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