This hotel is centrally located close to shops and eating establishments. My daughter, myself and two young grandchildren recently stayed for several days, and found the conditions provided to be ideal. Thanks to housekeeping staff our room was left sparkling clean every day, and we found all staff to be friendly and helpful. The grandchildren loved the swimming and spa pools, and we adults made use of the Spa facilities on the 10th floor of the hotel.
Traveller from New Zealand.
This 25-story hotel has pedestrian links to 2 of the city's most popular shopping precincts, the Pitt Street Mall and the …More
Great overnight stay. Easy walking distance to main attractions. Nice coffee shop around. Coles underground as part of World Square so good if want to purchase some breakfast items.
Room was large. King size bed that could be split to twins and still heaps of room for luggage, walking around the room and enough room for a rollaway. Bathroom had a full bath as well as a walk in shower.
Traveller from Central Coast NSW
Theatres, cinemas, Chinatown, the Spanish quarter, shopping arcades, and discount stores are all within a 0.5 km radius of …More
Cons- Termite Flies
Pros- Professional, helpful, curtious staff; modern clean rooms; luxurious
We encountered a fly problem which staff did everything possible to assist us. Staff went above and beyond to accommodate us with a new room. The Four Seasons Bora Bora was definitely a five star experience! Would definitely come back! Thanks for the great memories Four Seasons!
Traveller from US
This Bora Bora luxury resort offers a magical setting on a private motu (islet), fringed by white sands and facing a calm …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
This hotel was our favorite during our vacation in the French Polynesia. It is so wonderful how they have kept the authenticity and still made everything luxurious and enjoyable. I definitely recommend a sunset view we loved watching the sunset on our deck. The coral was amazing and if you walk around the lagoon you find a small beach to see the ocean and more amazing views of the sunset.
Traveller from CT
This Tahaa resort is on the beach, 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Hurepiti Bay, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Ha'amene Bay and Fa'a'aha …More