TORONTO — Goway has announced that the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa will be reopening in 2020 after undergoing a complete renovation.
During its closure, the resort upgraded and transformed existing structures and added 28 overwater bungalows, all the while keeping the distinct style and personality of the island.
The property will begin welcoming guests from April 27, starting with a soft opening of the Garden Villas with Pools and leading into an opening of the Overwater Bungalows.
As part of the soft opening, Pearl Resorts and Goway have released a special offer for all guests arriving between April 27 and June 30, 2020. These guests will receive a 10,000 XPF resort credit (approximately Can$122) when staying in a Garden Villa with Pool, or 15,000 XPF credit (approximately $183) when staying in an Overwater Bungalow, per night, per room. Resort credits are valid for use on food and beverage, spa services as well as the Okeanos Pearl.
Goway’s Product Manager for Idyllic Islands, Mike Bertoia, says “this is very exciting news and will open up some much-needed inventory in the islands of Tahiti, especially in Bora Bora.”