All of the 64 rooms are in bungalows, 14 of which are in the 'beach' category and located between the two pontoons leading out to the bungalows on stilts. They therefore overlook some of these stilt bungalows, but particularly the extraordinary turquoise colour of the lagoon. A number of islets can also be seen out towards the coral reef. The largest and furthest away is Motu Piti Aau, of which only the tip, Tupitipiti point, is visible from the hotel. The bungalows on stilts are unevenly spread out between the two pontoons, with three quarters of the 50 'stilt' bungalows on the main pontoon (opposite the restaurant 'fare') and the remaining ten or so on the other pontoon, which is at the end of the beach bungalow area. If you are in a bungalow on stilts, you might be lucky enough to stay in a 'lagoon' bungalow looking out towards the beach, where the hotel buildings are hidden amid the green and almost untouched vegetation of Bora Bora island. In our opinion, it offers you a superb panoramic view. The other category of bungalow on stilts is dubbed the 'horizon'. Bungalows in this category are located at the end of the pontoon and look out towards the coral reef and the ocean, making you feel like you are on a desert island. The 4 'white villas' are the more luxurious 'horizon bungalows' with four-poster beds and a higher level of service. They are sold for 3 nights minimum in a preferential package for couples celebrating their honeymoon or wedding anniversary. An interesting anecdote: the bungalows on stilts have a little underwater coral garden under the glass table in the lounge, which can be slid partly open to be able to feed the lagoon fish. As for the rooms, they are very well equipped and include air conditioning and a ceiling fan, a flat screen television, a telephone, a minibar and tea and coffee-making facilities (with complementary sachets). The bathrooms are stylish and traditional (varnished wood, a tilted mirror and a dressing table), and have a bathtub, a separate shower, a hair-dryer, dressing gowns and 20ml of Intercontinental hospitality products.