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HNA Hospitality Group has teamed up with Deer Jet to launch a new product called ‘Dream Trip between Hong Kong and Tahiti’.

The new bespoke tour will let tourists take the world’s first 787 Dream Jet and enjoy seven nights’ stay in St. Regis Bora Bora Resort.

Also included is a chance to fully experience the enchanting scenery of The Place Nearby, which Tahiti is often called by high-end tourists.

HNA Hospitality Group completed its acquisition of the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort in June 2016, marking HNA Hospitality Group’s hotel network entry into the southern hemisphere.

As China’s earliest and Asia’s largest business jet provider, Deer Jet has received high recognition from political leaders and members of royal families who have had their flight experience provided by the carrier.

HNA Hospitality acquired St. Regis Bora Bora last year

This Dream Trip between Hong Kong and Tahiti is an important step for HNA Hospitality Group to cooperate with Deer Jet to integrate tourism resources.

Both sides hope to provide more special and high-value tourism experiences for China’s high-end outbound tourists through this high-end tourism cooperation.


Tahiti is the largest island of the five islands of French Polynesia in the South Pacific, as well as the political and economic centre of Polynesia.

It is like spring all the year-round and rich in natural resources with many regarding Bora Bora as the most beautiful island in the world.

St. Regis Bora Bora Resort is located on the northeast of Bora Bora.

With considerate butler service and unique local culture, St. Regis Bora Bora Resort offers an incomparable experience of bespoke luxury for guests from all over the world.

The resort boasts 91 rooms, including the famous overwater villas which sit on stilts over the sea.

Every room of the resort is equipped with a private lounge, outdoor shower, balcony, swimming pool and so on, and a private beach facing Bora Bora’s sparkling lagoon.

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