Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, North East of New Zealand, East of Australia, and West of South America, Bora Bora is a popular destination for scuba divers with the protective coral reef that runs the outer border of Bora Bora along with a number of Islands .The turquoise lagoons and 727m high dormant volcano adds to the beautiful scenery making the land a favourable and prime location for luxury 5 star resorts. A number of these resorts take advantage of the crystal-like waters with over-water bungalows providing an arguably unparalleled vacation experience. One of the resorts that provides such facilities that captures this experience is the North East located Four Seasons Resort.
The Four Seasons brand of resorts can be found within every continent of the globe. The expansion and success of this organisation can be accredited to their adaptable focus of each and every resort established with the surrounding environment and culture, along with the consistent quality across all facilities. This sees that individuals can experience the culture of location like Bora Bora from the staff hired through to the facilities of a 5 star Resort. Four Seasons Resort in Bora Bora had sought after New Zealand based outdoor furniture company, OceanWeave, as a means to remain and reinforce the quality of a 5 star resort.
The resort had decided upon the Venice Sun loungers of OceanWeave as a means to frame an inland pool. The rattan furniture of OceanWeave is manufactured to perform in commercial environments. This sees that the hand-woven German Rehau fibre is stress tested under extreme temperatures to ensure the highest of quality is offered to customers. It also ensures that the rattan furniture that is supplied to commercial resorts throughout the pacific and the world can perform above measures and withstand the heats of the pacific in Bora Bora reinforcing the 5 star quality. To combat the salt-filled atmosphere that the OceanWeave furniture can be found in, the heavy-duty structural framing of the furniture is a powder coated aluminium framing, protecting the furniture from future anodisation and “tea stains” that can be found on traditional steel frames.
The Venice sun loungers that OceanWeave had supplied are designed to be adjustable and easy to move. The wheels located on the back legs of the frame, along with the adjustable back support of the lounger, see that this is achieved. These features of the sun loungers have left customers and resort-goers loving the malleable-like furniture. In a bid to parallel the culture and environment that these sun loungers have been placed within, custom Capri (blue) Sunbrella cushion covers had been supplied as an alternative to the standard colour of Taupe and Charcoal Tweed. The Capri colouring is an attempt to mirror the beautiful blue skies of Bora Bora and reflect the crystal blue waters of the pacific.
Through the durable and flexible features of OceanWeave’s Venice outdoor sun loungers, the task to maintain and reinforce the high quality resort had been meet and will continue to mirror the standard in the distant future.
OceanWeave’s venice sun loungers are a popular poolside addition, similarly supplied for a Paul Gaugin Cruises project featuring cruise liner sun loungers touring the south pacific. OceanWeave can be contacted directly to discuss any potential commercial or residential outdoor furniture solution.