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Le Méridiens in Bora Bora and Tahiti Set To Get Even Prettier

June 22, 2010 at 10:02 AM | by | ()

Resorts in Tahiti regularly make our Killer View lists, but Le Méridien is not content to rest on its pretty-as-hell laurels and has just launched another round of renovations to keep its Tahitian properties in tip-top shape.

Le Méridien Tahiti is sprucing up all of its public spaces and rooms with new decor, and plans to unveil the results in November.

Le Méridien Bora Bora (pictured above) has already been through phase one of its renovations, and the second round—including new interiors for the beach and overwater bungalows and all public spaces—begins on October 1st.

We'd probably stay here even if the thatched roof was coming apart, Tahiti is that beautiful, but it's nice to know that that the upgrades are keeping pace with the steep rates for rooms here.

Both renovations are led by interior designer Didier Lefort, and highlights include new Polynesian touches and an illy espresso bar at Le Méridien Tahiti, and colorful new furniture and an Ecological Center for Le Méridien Bora Bora.

The Bora Bora resort will close while the work is underway, so don't go planning your South Pacific getaway between October 1st and January 22, 2011.

The good news is, that gives you plenty of time to start saving. Bungalows range from USD $419 to 1,239 a night.

[Photo: Benoit Mahe / Flickr via Creative Commons ]

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