Paris Hilton, the high profile hotel heiress and television personality, spent her honeymoon in Bora Bora and made no secret of her accommodations. The resort location that provided the backdrop is a Hilton company outpost called Conrad Bora Bora Nui Resort, which she happily credited on social media.
The resort is a South Pacific escape of villas with thatched roofs, suites, verandas, with tropical garden landscaping, white sand beaches and turquoise waters as a backdrop. Many of the accommodations are constructed over water, so residents may presumably dive off their waterfront deck, although the less adventurous may confine themselves to the spa tub that is included in some units.
The interiors of the units are warm and atmospheric; they tend to err on the refined side of rustic. Pocketing glass walls join indoor and outdoor living spaces, making the bedrooms especially appealing.
Amenities on the resort include pools, an extravagant spa with a fitness room, and dining and bar facilities overlooking the Pacific.
Hilton’s “heiress” label stuck early in her career and she took it in stride. At this point, however, it’s probably become a bit unfair. Hilton’s business acumen belies the fabricated image of a ditzy blonde, propagated by her early reality television series. A business mogul in her own right, she has channeled her star power into over a dozen product lines in spaces such as cosmetics and real estate. Her perfume line has notably generated over $2 billion in sales.