Great Deal: Award Nights At Conrad Bora Bora

Great Deal: Award Nights At Conrad Bora Bora

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The Conrad Bora Bora is one of my favorite Hilton properties in the world (read my review of the Conrad Bora Bora). The catch is that for the past couple of years, saver level free night availability at this hotel has been very hard to come by. When there has been availability, it has often only been for a week or so over the course of the entire year.

The beautiful Conrad Bora Bora

There’s some great news on that front. Currently award availability at the Conrad Bora Bora is wide open for the entire schedule — as of the time of this post, a majority of dates have award availability, including into the first quarter of 2022.

When there is standard award availability, you can expect to pay 89,000 Hilton Honors points per night. If you have any Hilton Honors elite status, you get a fifth night free on award redemptions, meaning you’d pay a total of 356,000 points, which comes out to 71,200 points per night. That’s a phenomenal value.

Personally I value Hilton Honors points at 0.5 cents each (and Hilton often sells points at that cost too), so to me that’s like paying as little as $356 per night for a stay here.

As a point of comparison, if paying cash, the same nights as above would cost just over $5,000 including all taxes and fees.

As you can see, that’s an exceptional value. A few more things to note:

Conrad Bora Bora overwater villas

If you’ve been dreaming of going to Bora Bora, I’d absolutely consider locking in an award with this opportunity.

Anyone planning a trip to the Conrad Bora Bora with this award availability?

(Tip of the hat to LoyaltyLobby)

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  1. Chad

    Jason…I so agree. And the Hilton Cavalieri in Rome when the lounge used to be on the top floor. After blowing my points at those 2 properties I moved to SPG. Loved it. Now Marriott - ugh.

  2. Jason

    I realize I sound like the old man here but 40,000 Points per night at Conrad Rangali Island 10 years ago was a steal.

  3. Kyle

    Please go review the LXR in Seychelles. Just opened and lots of award availability. I've already booked, but no reviews out there yet! Looks pretty nice.

  4. David

    As witch all loyalty programs. I see night available but not 4 nights in a row. 2 here 3 here. Unable to find using the 4 nights

  5. Gaurav

    Hopefully they won't expand the free breakfast to credit there by next year...

  6. Don T

    I have wanted to go here forever. Is there some secret to finding this deal? I have checked a dozen different dates and the cheapest I can see is like 170,000 points per night.

  7. JoePro

    Darn, already booked return to Maldives again this year. Next year plans locked too.
    It's definately on my to-do list. Got a million points I gotta burn at some point.

    1. Jake212

      This is a post about Bora Bora and this property. Nobody cares you’re going to the Maldives this year (yawn). Nobody cares your plans for next year are locked. Nobody cares about how many points you have. Please stop.

  8. Stephanie Woods

    There is availability in June and May at the Conrad Koh Samui, which is also a very lovely property. No over water villas, but every villa does have its own private pool, and usually everyone gets a one category upgrade. I am going for a week in late May. Right now rooms are 95,000 a night.

  9. Hal

    Can you use the Aspire nights here?

  10. Chuck

    I've been waiting for them to release the 89k/night rooms. Nights in December have been 200k+ for months.

  11. Daniel

    Was looking for a 2 or 3 night stay in the peak season next year (April, May, June,) and there is no availability at all.

  12. Alan Bachand

    Yeah, twice at this Exact property... Shark swims was fantastic... GREAT VALUE!

  13. Alan Bachand

    FANTASTIC DEAL... We've been twice already. I would return but are Americans and Canadians allowed to go with these Covid restrictions? I would fly with Qatar Airways if possible. How do you get there now? Australia and New Zealand are closed now??? I'm interested!!

    1. Mike1977

      Best options are from LAX, SFO, or HNL. It is currently open, you can check the most recent requirements through the website. https://tahititourisme.com/en-us/covid-19/

    2. Jake212

      Very stupid post. Why would anyone fly from the US or Canada to Bora Bora via DOH on Qatar? You’re wasting days of vacation and adding 30+ hours of travel time. But it’s a moot point considering Qatar Airways doesn’t even fly to Bora Bora. Do you even know anything about traveling/airlines or do you just like to say things this stupid for fun?

  14. Bill n DC

    On my list but not solo. Need Hubby to come along. He’s not a big traveler at all.
    For 2022 already booked for Puerto Rico & Viking Upper Mississippi River Cruise. Plus domestic trips for family and friends.
    Might be time in 2023

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Jake212

This is a post about Bora Bora and this property. Nobody cares you’re going to the Maldives this year (yawn). Nobody cares your plans for next year are locked. Nobody cares about how many points you have. Please stop.

Jake212

Very stupid post. Why would anyone fly from the US or Canada to Bora Bora via DOH on Qatar? You’re wasting days of vacation and adding 30+ hours of travel time. But it’s a moot point considering Qatar Airways doesn’t even fly to Bora Bora. Do you even know anything about traveling/airlines or do you just like to say things this stupid for fun?

Chad

Jason…I so agree. And the Hilton Cavalieri in Rome when the lounge used to be on the top floor. After blowing my points at those 2 properties I moved to SPG. Loved it. Now Marriott - ugh.

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