Very happy with our 3 night stay in a beach bungalow. Rooms were clean and spacious and right on the beach with a private sun deck. Manava is a smaller and more intimate choice than some other resorts in the area. Good location, about 10-15 minute taxi ride from ferry terminal and walking distance to the nearest village. Most area restaurants provide complimentary shuttle service from this resort.
Infinity pool and water activities are highlights of the facilities which also include a large restaurant, bar and spa. Staff are friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Kingston, Ontario
Situated on a white sand beach, this resort is two km from Cook's Bay, six km from Belvedere, and 17 km from Tahiti.More
"Best convenient location. Clean and simple. Great"
Okay, you get what you pay for and this is a bare minimum type of hotel. There's no pool or anything fancy but you can very easily walk here from the PPT airport even with large luggage. The room was cool and the shower was hot. It was clean, the staff called us cabs to go to town, and there was a small breakfast included, though it was very basic. When you have a flight landing after 10pm I would highly recommend just staying here for the night, then moving along to a different island or nicer hotel if you care to the next day.
Traveller from Dallas
Located near the airport, this family-friendly hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Place Jacques Chirac, Papeete Market, and Parc …More
My wife and I recently returned from our nine night stay at the Hilton Moorea. We stayed in an overwater bungalow (#95). The room is very spacious, private and provided epic views of the Tahitian sunset. Everyday we snorkeled and/or floated in the beautiful lagoon directly from the private entry which is included with every OWB. I’ve snorkeled in several other locales (Hawaii, carribean, etc.) and I’ve yet to experience anything quite like the tranquil, clear and shallow lagoon snorkeling that is provided in your stay at the Hilton Moorea. The tropical fish and creatures are abundant. Watch out for those TRIGGER fish though lol - they are very protective of their eggs and space and tend to be aggressive is open areas where unable to escape into coral. The hotel staff were all accommodating. The concierge and adventure booking staff were tremendous. The in room service could have been better, but honestly since we were in paradise we really didn’t care about recycling towels. Our stay included breakfast, which consisted of a rather exapansive buffet arrangement and prepared to order omelet station. The breakfast was by far the best meal we experienced at the hotel. During our stay we ate at every dining option onsite. We found the food each of the other dining option so so, but the views and scenery made all meals more than just taste. Although we found the offsite option much more palatable (Holy Steak House, Moorea Beach Cafe, etc.), the dining staff at the resort was superb
Traveller from Scottsdale, Arizona
Set in lush tropical grounds on a white-sand beach along the scenic north coast of Moorea, this resort is three km from …More
It’s well known that Polynesian greeting is far the best and I did not expect such an excellent customer services especially from Moe from the pool bar that was above and beyond his customer services.
When you are treated as family your holiday become something different and I really want to go back there someday with my friends to show what hospitality is about.
Traveller from New Zealand
On the verdant island of Moorea, this Papetoai resort near Opunohu Bay features a beach between the island's mountains and …More
We were given the more private suite at the waters edge. There were black tipped sharks and stingrays nonchalantly swimming past all day. Bright blue fish, you could almost touch. Beautiful as if we were the only ones alive. Very romantic room. Now, this is not a standard hotel. The decor is bohemian as the ownner is an interior designer. There is art everywhere. Eclectic. Lots of books and magazines in the lounge area and the ReRe’s are so lovely. Fantastic stay.
Meals however are small with little variety. Unable to customize as the menu is the menu. So if you have dietary concerns....Pretty isloated. 2km walk to anything. There is a Cow restaurant near the Intercontinentl that serves NA style food.
This Papetoai guesthouse is on the beach, 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Tiahura Beach, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Moorea Tropical …More
We had a very enjoyable stay at Linareva, our bungalow was comfortable and clean, and had everything we needed. The hosts were very welcoming and helpful. Peaceful location, and the free use of kayaks and bikes a great bonus.
Traveller from Nelson, New Zealand
This Haapiti resort is on the beach, 2.1 mi (3.5 km) from Tiki Village Cultural Centre, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Tiahura …More
We stayed at sofitel post cruise and it could not have been any better. The staff was so welcoming and made you feel so special. Very friendly always saying hello and very accommodating. The food was great! Nice breakfast buffet and the other restaurants were just fabulous! Our over the water bungalow was exceptional. With a view of Tahiti and watching the sunrise every morning was amazing! Swimming right off our deck and just enjoying the warm water and fish. I can truly say this should be on everyone's bucket list. You will not be disappointed.
Located in Maharepa, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk, 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Temae Beach, and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from …More
Les Tipaniers is definitely one of the best place to stay in Moorea. The location is ideal, with a super beach (one of the best in Moorea) and close access to a lovely Motu where we can swim with rays and sharks. The hotel is very nice with confortable chalets and very good restaurant and snack.
Traveller from Sydney
This Papetoai hotel is on the beach, 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Tiahura Beach, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Moorea Tropical Garden …More
Papetoai sits on a curving stretch of white sand, azure water, and coral reef. Moorea’s lush mountains make for a stunning backdrop, with Mount Rotui separating Papetoai’s Oponohu Bay from Cook Bay. The small village is comprised of shops and restaurants, while most of the lodging is in bungalows suspended over the lagoon.