Air Tahiti Nui and Pacific Holidays Recreate Ultra-Luxe Honeymoon Package for $14,290, Now Available for Public Booking
NEW YORK, NY, January 27, 2009 – Tahiti and romance go hand in hand so to help Brides celebrate its 75th anniversary, Air Tahiti Nui partnered with the magazine to fly America’s most inspiring newlywed couple to the earthly paradise of Tahiti and Her Islands for the dream honeymoon they never enjoyed.
In November Brides put a call out to newlyweds across the country to share what makes their love story special and why they deserve this trip of a lifetime. The winning couple – to be announced today – will enjoy an overnight in the specially created “Mile High Honeymoon Suite” at Rockefeller Center’s Top of the Rock observation deck in New York City before embarking on a luxurious French Polynesia vacation featuring business class air on Air Tahiti Nui and six nights in a Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora overwater bungalow – valued at $20,500.
Recreating the Magic Not forgetting other lovebirds with an extraordinary story, Air Tahiti Nui and Pacific Holidays are offering five-night “Ultimate Luxury in Bora Bora” package mirroring the Brides prize. From $14,290, couples will travel in style roundtrip from Los Angeles to Papeete, Tahiti, in Air Tahiti Nui’s acclaimed Poerava business class. After being welcomed aboard by the fragrance the Tiare Tahiti gardenia and music of the islands, guests are individually served world-class cuisine blending Polynesian and French culinary influences. The “Best Cabin Staff – Pacific Region” (2008 Skytrax World Airline Survey®) also freely pours famous vintages from a wine list personally selected by the airline’s Parisian sommelier.
Couples next spend five luxurious nights at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora in a 1,080-square-foot Beach View Overwater Bungalow. Perched above a crystal clear lagoon, the one-bedroom thatched-roof abode features a spacious living room that opens onto a deck. Glass panels, including one in the floor looking down into the lagoon below, flood the suite with light by day and invite the moonlight to sparkle and reflect the waves of the ocean by night.
Complimentary breakfast is served daily at the resort’s open-air Tere Nui Restaurant, which boasts a spectacular vista that includes 180-degree views of the lagoon and Mount Otemanu.
The deep lagoon that surrounds Bora Bora may well be the most photographed body of water in the world. Its constantly changing colors, from the deepest azure to a delicate turquoise, are a source of delight to all who experience it. Topping off the ultra deluxe package is a romantic half-day motu picnic on a secluded isle, as well as a half-day shark and ray snorkel safari where couples don flippers and masks, slip into the water and watch as Tahitian divers hand-feed black-tip reef sharks and stingrays.
The “Ultimate Luxury in Bora Bora” package costs $7,145 per person through June 26 and from September 7 – December 19; and $7,479 per person from June 27 – December 6, 2009. It includes roundtrip business class airfare LA to Tahiti on Air Tahiti Nui, inter-island flights from Tahiti to Bora Bora, five nights at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora in a Beach View Overwater Bungalow, complimentary breakfast daily, airport transfers, half-day Motu Picnic and half-day shark and ray snorkel safari in Bora Bora. Fuel surcharges and taxes of $263 are additional.
To book the “Ultimate Luxury in Bora Bora” package visit Pacific Holidays’ website http://pacificholidaysinc.com/HotDeals/2008/AUS/UltimateLuxuryinBoraBora.htm or call 1-800-355-8025.