Bachelorette Ali Federtowsky experienced the trip of a lifetime to Bora Bora to choose which lucky guy would get the ‘Final Rose,’ and RadarOnline.com has photos of the tropical paradise escape.
The finale, which will air August 2 and feature a face-off between battling suitors Roberto Martinez and Chris Lambton, was shot during a whirlwind vacation to a luxurious resort in Tahiti.
Located in the famous ‘Pearl of The South Seas’ in the crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa is nestled in a cove of snow white sand and dramatic lava rocks that are said to be the playground of the Polynesian god Hiro.
Ali and her final two suitors traveled to the famous fantasy island for the ‘Last Chance Dates’ following Frank’s shocking announcement that he was in love with someone else while they were all on the neighboring island of Taha’a.
Who wouldn’t love to get a key to a magnificent ‘Fantasy Suite’ – a unique two-story thatched-roof bungalow overlooking the ocean in one of the resort’s two Presidential Villas. The luxurious accommodation features deep bath tubs with glass walls revealing a view of the lagoon, a plunge pool on the lower deck, massage and sauna rooms upstairs, and a gazebo, hot-tub and bar on the upper deck.
Ali and her entourage, which included her parents, arrived at the resort’s floating lobby via a private yacht from the local Bora Bora airport. After docking, they walked across the white sand beach and through lush tropical hillsides to reach their own private retreats – luxury suites and villas that are tucked away in 16-acres of gardens overlooking the private cove.
Guests can get pampered at the hilltop spa that boasts spectacular 360-degree views of Bora Bora’s famous Mount Otemanu before relaxing in the jaw-dropping 1,000-meter infinity pool that seemingly melts into the lagoon.
Fans of the show can now relive the Bachelorette experience with the ‘Bora Bora For Lovers’ package, which includes five nights in an over-water villa, a Motu Tapu escape for a picnic in a private inlet, daily breakfast and boat transfers for $4,995.