Room was beautiful. The bed was incredibly comfortable, it made it difficult to get up each day and leave!
Tried out the bath. It took a while to fill, but it was because it was a deep one!
The block out curtains certainly blocked out everything. The room was at the front of the hotel, so I thought there would be a lot of light and traffic noise disturbing me during the night. Definitely not the case. Beautifully blocked out the street lights and traffic noise.
Was just an absolutely comfortable, but spacious room. There were 2 queen beds in the one room, but still easy to walk around them and plenty of room. It didn't feel squishy or small at all.
Overall, a perfect place to stay if you want total relaxation!
This family-friendly Sydney hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 5-minute walk of Darling Harbour and …More
The hotel is at a great location. Its only 2-3 mins walk to Museum Station. Even Town Hall and Central Station are within walking distance. It is located right at world square which you can find everything you need. The room was spacious. Sufficient are for you to offload you luggages and do your packing while there is still room for people to walk around.
Theatres, cinemas, Chinatown, the Spanish quarter, shopping arcades, and discount stores are all within a 0.5 km radius of …More
We stayed in a over water bungalow with a view of Otemanu. Wonderful facilities, friendly and helpful staff. Very nice spa facilities. They also offered a Polynesian show on Mondays which was very good.
The beach is a large white sad beach. also very nice pool.
On the down side was windy and need to take a boat and bus to get to destinations on the main island.
Traveller from Portland OR
Located on an island at the edge of Bora Bora's lagoon, with white-sand beaches and spectacular views of Mt Otemanu, this …More
I enjoyed my stay at Le Perle de Tahaa, and was impressed with its luxurious well-appointed bungalows with modern furnishings. My room featured a stone sink and shower, mini kitchenette for preparing meals, and ultra-comfortable bedding. Ordinarily I would give this caliber of room 5-stars, but the temperature in the room was unbearably hot, despite the fan - I was sweating bullets within minutes. The owner, Roberto, is a friendly but to-the-point gentleman who takes pride in his hotel, but he would do well to install air conditioning in these bungalows - even on a pay-per-use coin operated system as used in some hotels in Australia. Powerful fans are installed in the bungalows, but they are of little use as they circulate the hot air - I only maintained comfort through repeated cold showers. With this slight alteration to the property, I believe it could compete with the best of hotels. The beach area by the lagoon was well-landscaped and relaxing, and the garden area features a wide variety of places to lounge and relax. I would recommend this hotel include transfers to and from the nearby pier (2 km, 20 minute walk), as the 1000 XPF price tag for the 3-minute drive is a bit steep - such inclusions go a long way in demonstrating excellent customer service. Roberto also offers reasonably priced island tours (5000 XPF, 5 hours) to vanilla plantations, pearl farm, and fruit orchards - I highly enjoyed his knowledgable guidance and would recommend the tour to visitors.
Traveller from Canada
Offering direct access to the beach, this Tahaa guesthouse is 5.4 mi (8.7 km) from Hurepiti Bay and 9.4 mi (15 km) from …More
great resort particularly for familes, really good for kids with the free kids club my 12 yr boy loved it, brillaint snorkling right off the beach - saw so many fish, moray eels, even an octopus! watch the reef sharks & sea snakes at night from the wicked walu restaurant, food was great with plenty of choice for eating & drinking
Traveller from Auckland, NZ
This Korolevu resort is on the beach, 3.9 mi (6.2 km) from Namatakula Beach, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Kula Eco Park and …More