After tying the knot in a top-secret ceremony on Wednesday, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux jetted off to the French Polynesia, where they’re celebrating their honeymoon at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora.
The newlyweds — who arrived at their post-wedding getaway on Thursday — even invited a few of their famous friends including Jason Bateman and Jimmy Kimmel.
Built on 54 acres, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is nestled away from the island’s mainland and surrounded by views of the water along with, Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia.
The destination features 100 over-water suites and seven beachfront villas, which can cost up to $12,000 per night. The largest villa boasts an impressive three bedrooms (each with their own ensuite bathrooms) along with its own pool, as well as a private beach and cabana.
As for dining, breakfast is delivered to the over-water bungalows by canoe. Along with, the resort’s four different restaurants, guests can also opt for beachfront dinners or an entertaining Polynesian dinner show complete with fire dancers.
For relaxation, the resort also boasts a full-service spa with herbal-scented saunas, sensory showers and an over-water sanctuary for couples. The spa’s two-hour signature treatment, the Kahia Haven Ritual, includes a skin-soothing treatment, a hot stone massage as well as a facial. Guests can also participate in sunrise and sunset yoga.
Along with the retreat’s stunning pool and lagoon (lined with cabanas and coconut palms), guests can also enjoy a handful of activities including diving and snorkeling to touring the island on Sea-Doos. The resort also features a boutique for shopping.
Although, this doesn’t mark the couple’s first trip to the Tahitian island — the pair celebrated Theroux’s 43rd birthday and their second anniversary in Bora Bora last August — it might be their most memorable.
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— Mariah Haas