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- Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa
- Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, Overwater Bungalow
- Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa
- Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, Garden View Room
- Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, Beach Bungalows
Over Manava Beach Resort & Spa Moorea
Insiders tipHet resort beschikt over een zogenaamde 'Coral Nursery' waar beschadigd koraal de kans krijgt te herstellen. Zo draagt het resort bij aan het behoud van het rif.
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(44 m²) Airco, televisie, telefoon, DVD-speler, kluisje, minibar (op verzoek), koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met douche, balkon.
Premium Garden Pool Bungalow
(48 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, telefoon, DVD-speler, kluisje, minibar (op verzoek), koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met douche, terras met klein privé zwembad.
(44 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, telefoon, DVD-speler, kluisje, minibar (op verzoek), koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met douche, terras, direct gelegen aan het strand.
Over Water Bungalow
(48 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, telefoon, DVD-speler, kluisje, minibar (op verzoek), koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met bad en douche, boven het water gelegen, terras met directe toegang tot de lagune.
Gelegen op Moorea, op 10 minuten rijden van de luchthaven en op 15 minuten rijden van de veerbootterminal. Drie kilometer verderop ligt de Baai van Cook.
- 2 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Auto- en fietsverhuur
- Watersportmogelijkheden zoals kajakvaren, waterskiën, snorkelen en duiken
- Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals boottochten, eilandtours en Sunset Cruise
- Volleybal, tafeltennis en badminton
- Golfen (in nabije omgeving)
- Parasailen (in nabije omgeving)
Moorea en Bora Bora behoren tot de mooiste eilanden van Frans-Polynesië. Hier wordt de gedroomde tropische Moorea vakantie werkelijkheid: hagelwitte stranden, wuivende palmbomen en een exotische bevolking die u met bloemen in het haar ontvangt.
"Coral propagation program is way cool!"
Wife and I were impressed with the coral grow out program.Especially myself because I have been a saltwater reef keeper for several years. I have researched fresh and saltwater aquatics and set up and maintained a number of saltwater aquarium systems. So I understand what an undertaking this has been.I commend Moorea Pearl Resort for their positive actions. The hotel was very beautifully designed and landscaped. What a awesome garden resort, the flowers and trees. and the resort staff was for sure a treat to deal with .We never had anything but fast friendly service. The breakfast buffet was real nice and a wide range of fruits and different choices..The meal was very satisfying every morning. Our room was nicely furnished and had all the needed extra touches Hair dryer, coffee maker or tea. etc The bed was very comfortable and we slept great in this very comfortable room, A/C worked great. The dance troop that came and performed was very exciting and colorful. The sunsets were amazing off the banks of this resort,and the stars OMG just look up on a clear night...do you see the whole length of the sky Milky Way cosmic clouds, stars and planets. I wished it was clear every night we were on Moorea.I laid down one night on the still warm sand and watched the sky.It was the same in Bora Bora, where we went after this awesome island. We also did the snorkel excursion through hotel and that was very much worth doing everyday there. Thousands of fish and corals all over in the right areas.So sad global warming has killed the Acrapora corals every where in this region of the ocean. Lastly the aquarium at the hotel whow what a disappointment.
"Perfect for kids"
Splurge and stay in the over water bungalow. It's such a great experience and one that we will never forget. Our kids, 11 and 9, loved not only the private deck and snorkeling around the bungalows, but also the large pool. Easy to take out kayaks and SUPs. We liked the size of the resort - not too huge. Decent food and a good breakfast buffet. We were very happy with our stay. We did the whale watching with Deep Blue which was wonderful. Saw at least 10 whales. Unfortunately wasn't able to get in the water with them as they were all moving too much but still great.
"Good Hotel Walking Distance to Town"
We stayed at the Manava Pearl (think it was just known as the Moorea Pearl at the time) in May as part of our honeymoon and overall enjoyed our stay. This wasn't our favourite hotel unfortunately out of the ones we stayed in during our trip, but it was still very nice & we liked the fact that you could walk easily into the little town to get to the supermarket or visit other restaurants (the Moorea Beach CafÃ© is only 10 mins walk). We found the pool area to be a little busy for us, but don't let that put you off as it is still very quiet compared to big Caribbean All Inclusives, but having just come from Tikehau it felt busy to us! There was also a substantial number of families around the pool (we love children by the way, but for a honeymoon it was a little noisier than expected). The hotel is also slightly starting to show it's age now & could do with a bit of a revamp but all in all it was still a lovely hotel! The breakfast was good & more than adequate and we especially enjoyed the happy hour cocktails in the evenings before we headed out to dinner. We only ate once in the hotel as there are other places within walking distance & most places will arrange a free pick up if you book in advance anyway. The food was just okay - nothing special, but certainly not bad either. Room was good too (a little on the dark side because of all the wood but this was in keeping with the traditional Polynesian style), but a comfy bed and the grounds were excellently maintained & very pretty. All in all we enjoyed our stay, but both agreed that if we returned to this beautiful island we would probably spend a bit more & stay at either the Intercontinental (who's grounds we visited & were impressed) or the Hilton.
We visited the Manava Beach Resort & Spa and thought it was fabulous! The resort was very peaceful, despite the fact that we visited during the busy season. The resort is perfectly situated. The staff are extremely pleasant and friendly, and very professional. The service is exceptional. We will definitely be back! This is the best resort we have visited, and would rate it well above our visits to Rarotonga, Hawaii & Phuket for a relaxing tropical beach holiday. Thank you to the Manava Beach Resort for making it so great.
"Outstanding Tahitian holiday experience"
This resort will give you holiday perfection in the most beautiful and stunning Polynesian location you could imagine. It is simply outstanding - and I'll objectively tell you why. My wife and I and two teenage boys (13 and 14) have just returned from 8 days at Manava Beach Resort and Spa. SUGGESTION: After flying in from Auckland, NZ, to Faa Airport in Papeete on mainland Tahiti Nui we stayed a night at the Manava Suite Resort so we could leisurely get a ferry across to Moorea the next day when refreshed and did the same coming back. It means you arrive and leave the beautiful island of Moorea calm and relaxed. SUGGESTION: If you have booked a package using Tahiti Nui Travel (they are excellent, so recommended) then just remember to ensure you pick up your voucher pack with all the necessary tickets and hotel vouchers from the representative who meets you at the airport when you arrive. For some weird reason we didn't get ours - it just meant they had to deliver it to the hotel later that night, but these little things add unneeded stress particularly when you are new to a place. TRANSPORTATION Tahiti's bus and ferry transport is super reliable, efficient and always on time in our experience so it was a breeze getting to the Manava Beach Resort and Spa. From the moment you arrive in Tahiti you will be blown away by the friendliness and charm of the people. Bus drivers no exception. We hired a car for one day through the activities desk at the resort and drove around the island, it takes 45 mins. Speed limit it 60kph, drive on the right a la France and the road manners are very good although most Tahitians seems to like doing 70kph. It cost XPF 10,500 (French Pacific Franc) which is NZ$137 for 24 hours. SUGGESTION: Taxi prices seemed to be around XPF 6,000 just for one trip so hiring a car for 24 hours is a really cost effective way of getting around and giving the flexibility to see Moorea. ACCOMMODATION We stayed in an over-water bungalow (no 420) which is the third down on the eastern side of the resort. It faced out to the north and so beautiful see views and the sun rising (if you're up that early - it rises at 5.30am) - whereas the bungalows at the western end will get the sun-setting at around 5.30pm, which is incredible. SUGGESTION: While we missed the amazing sun sets we were as far away from the restaurant and pool area as was possible so there was no noise - and on Sundays there's a bit of music near the beach area in the evening. That said the resort is not a party place, it's generally quiet and peaceful and perfect for families or couples. We loved our bungalow. It was large enough for all four of us (and we're not small people with elder son already at 183cm/6ft) with the boys couch beds and us in a massive King Size bed. Closed off toilet and a big tiled shower are either side of the bathroom. There is TV (we never watched it); coffee table with glass that looks down on the coral sea and fishes underneath the bungalow; fantastic air conditioning and fan; a decking with enough room for two loungers and a table, and a lower decking giving you access to the sea. Cleaners will come in and change your bedding and clean the entire bungalow from top to bottom every day and then come in and turn down beds and leave a little booklet on a Tahitian god or myth. If you don't need it cleaned you can indicate on your door and they won't bother you. It was the cleanest place I've ever stayed in - and the cleaners leave small flowers on the beds as well. EATING AND DRINKING The restaurant and bar at Manava are top quality. You will eat incredibly well. But I'm glad we got a meal package that covered breakfast and dinner as the prices would add up. Drinks and some menu items are extra. The bar does a happy hour for cocktails each day. If you are a coffee enthusiast then get it made at the bar rather than the restaurant help-yourself coffee. The restaurant staff are multi-lingual and so friendly. The fridge in the bungalow is useful for keeping cool drinks - we drank bottled water the entire time we were there. The resort advises this although the tap water is filtered. We bought lunch stuff and beer and wine from the supermarket at Maharepa which is a five minute walk from the resort and has everything you would need. There are restaurants nearby but due to our meal package we only had lunch at the cafe in Maharepa, which was great. ACTIVITIES The snorkelling is just fantastic - and you don't have to even go far from your bungalow. In the reef under our house we saw dozens of iridescent tropical fish; an octopus, a turtle, a moray eel and a black-tipped reef shark. Keep away from the moray eel, but the rest are not a problem. The water is warm and generally calm. You can snorkel for hours along the reef or go into the even warmer shallows nearer the beach at the resort. We used the hotels snorkel gear and fins - as there's no cost it's obviously well used and you have to return the gear by 5pm each day. When we go back we'll take our own masks and snorkels. SUGGESTION: While the snorkelling at the resort is probably the best in the island an absolute must is the excursion to swim with sharks and sting rays for 12 people with a BBQ lunch. Because it's a maximum of 12 people and it's the whole day it's pricey (XPF 13,000/NZ$170 per person) but it's absolutely the most amazing day you could imagine. You are taken on an amazing tour of the top end of the island, you hand feed rays; swim side-by-side with black-tipped reef sharks and enjoy and incredible array of delicious food all served at a table set in the warm, crystal clear waters of a small island. Plus rum punch, wine, beer and fruit juices. The tour guides are very convivial and full of knowledge. The day will live in my mind and heart for years to come. I hired a mountain bike twice and pedalled around Cooks Bay and Opunohu Bay with ease. It's pretty flat and the cycle lanes are great. Then I went up Belvedere to see the ancient Tahitian marae and the amazing view, which is a good climb if you are used to hill cycling. It costs XPF 900 per hour (NZ$10) which is just great value. The roads are good - even when I took a dirt one coming back from Belvedere - and the drivers considerate. Using our rental car we went to the Intercontinental Hotel to visit the turtle and dolphin centre. You see turtles in a sanctuary and three dolphins at the other end of the resort. Visiting it is free and it was a pleasant drive. We used the free kayaks to spend several enjoyable hours going around the lagoon outside the resort. Outside the main channel the water is shallow and life jackets aren't needed. THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MADE A DIFFERENCE The friendliness of the staff - everyone says Ia Orana (Good Day) and smiles. Everyone is relaxed but also nothing is too much of a problem to sort Gifts of fruit, biscuits and wine that arrived every second day at the bungalow Flowers and Tahitian legend stories left by the cleaners The restaurant staff remembered the drinks we liked and the deserts we liked after about day two The mixture of Polynesian and French culture is a real focus at Manava and it really pays off.
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