My wife and I stayed at the Conrad Bora Bora the week after ThanksGiving 2019 for four days (since we used the Citi Prestige card to make our reservations, we got four nights for the price of three (minus taxes and things).
We had booked the cheapest room there (a King Lagoon View suite) but got upgraded to a King Garden Villa upon checkin (we have Hilton Gold status due to another credit card).
We took Air France from LAX to PPT, then Air Tahiti from PPT to Moorea (where we stayed four nights) and Moorea to Bora Bora. The flight was very scenic (wee were told to sit on the right hand side coming in to Bora Bora but we must have taken a different route 'cause Bora Bora and lagoon etc were to the left. We also did not book the Conrad transport from the airport to the hotel, instead we booked the (much cheaper) shuttle from downtown Bora Bora (actually turned out to be a Jeweler's shop) to the hotel. Which meant, we had to take the Air Tahiti shuttle from the airport. That shuttle was nice and air-conditioned but the walk from the dock for that shuttle to the Jeweler's dock, dragging the suitcases tired me out and I was perspiring profusely by the time we got there. Since the hotel shuttle was going to be a while, my wife went to buy some snacks and drinks from a corner store at the gas station up the street. Given our arrival experience, we booked the hotel shuttle on the way back (more convenient but way more expensive).
(this view from the dock at the Jeweler looking back towards Bora Bora)
Checkin and arrival
A few folks arrived with us so we were about 3 in the checkin line but were given welcome drinks and a garland so the wait was too bad. Then we were loaded on a shuttle and driven to our villa (an upgrade, as I mention above).
The room was fabulous. Modern and well laid out. A big bedroom and separate living room and a huge bathroom. And we could see the lagoon from our balcony.
(our king bed)
The bedroom was well laid out, reasonable/generous closet space and a decent/large TV.
(the living room)
Similarly, the living room was also big and decently well laid out with a TV.
The bathroom was huge with two sinks, the soaking tub and separate toilet and (large shower areas). And support for bluetooth music (or TV sound) - which we did get working once or twice.
There were a couple restaurants on site with decent comfort food. We mostly had lunch there. But tried several of the fancier restaurants for dinner. Food was good, service great and prices stratospheric. Our villa was quite high up, so giving decent views but the climb up/down could be an issue for folks with mobility issues (my wife and I are getting there...).
The hotel is laid out at the South end of the island, facing south (almost south west). The main Bora Bora island / mountain is in the opposite direction so normally so don't get a great view (you see great water but not the mountain/island). However, if you walk up the spa, there are viewing spots with great views of Bora Bora and Mt Otemanu).
The spa also has a great sunset view overlooking the main resort
In general, the grounds were good and immaculately maintained. Seemed the like majority of the accommodations were over water bungalows (we had already experienced those in the Maldives so weren't particularly motivated to get those at twice the price). We tried some of the complementary non motorized water sports (kayak and paddle board) but didn't venture out too much, confining ourselves to a shallow lagoon well within the resort. We had booked a boat ride to the edge of the lagoon/reef but it was windy and rainy on that day so it was canceled. We didn't go to the main island nor did we take any tour of the lagoon (many others did).
(wife catching me in the few seconds I was upright!)
There was no qibla direction in any of the rooms but internet was serviceable (about 5-6 Mbps up/down) so getting direction from the phone wasn't an issue. There were vegetarian selections at breakfast (breakfast was very decent BTW) and at the various restaurants. And of course, seafood was plentiful. We didn't ask for halal selections. The bathroom was great, no issues making wudu at the sinks. Twin sinks helped since I tend to be messy and my wife didn't have to deal with that. The main issue was the flooring, which was hard (wood) throughout the bedroom and the living room. We used a doubled up beach towel underneath the prayer mat, which was fine most of the day but on one day, the cleaners took the beach towels away for some reason. There was a chapel in premises (near the spa) in a spectacular setting but there was no indication it was multi-denominational (there were no Qurans there, no prayer mats, the floor was hard) so we didn't use it.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Conrad Bora Bora. I have to say that we enjoyed the Maldives (where we also stayed at the Conrad) more but it (Maldives) was much more expensive (and much more awkward to get to from California). Each has it's own charm, I suppose.