World's Best Hotels 2013

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Moeava de Rosemont / Courtesy of Four Seasons

Which hotels deliver the most extraordinary experiences? Check the results of Travel + Leisure’s annual survey to find out.

No. 5 Four Seasons Resort Bora-Bora, French Polynesia

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Score: 96.00

Overwater bungalows are the most enticing lodging option at this Four Seasons, yet it counts 107 different rooms scattered along the beachside and lagoon of its private motu (small islet). Walls are made of volcanic stone, and thatched-roofed spaces are decorated with teak and merbau-timber furnishings. All have extraordinary views over the turquoise-blue, coral-filled South Pacific—and some offer glimpses of the majestic black-rock peaks of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia.

World's Best Hotels 2013

No. 5 Four Seasons Resort Bora-Bora, French Polynesia

Score: 96.00

Overwater bungalows are the most enticing lodging option at this Four Seasons, yet it counts 107 different rooms scattered along the beachside and lagoon of its private motu (small islet). Walls are made of volcanic stone, and thatched-roofed spaces are decorated with teak and merbau-timber furnishings. All have extraordinary views over the turquoise-blue, coral-filled South Pacific—and some offer glimpses of the majestic black-rock peaks of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia.

Moeava de Rosemont / Courtesy of Four Seasons
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