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Over Intercontinental Resort Tahiti
Op Tahiti, het eiland dat ook wel de 'Parel van de Pacific' wordt genoemd, vindt u dit hotel met een vriendelijke uitstraling aan een lagune. Het grote zwembad hier zal u goed bevallen. De ruime kamers zijn gezellig ingericht. En is uw budget wat ruimer, dan zijn de Overwater Bungalows een aanrader. U drinkt een cocktail op uw veranda en wordt het te warm? Dan plonst u zo de lagune in! Het bergachtige Tahiti met het groene hart is ideaal voor een uitstapje; vanaf Mount Marau heeft u een magnifiek uitzicht over Punaruu Valley. De mooiste stranden vindt u op het eiland Bora Bora, dus wanneer u Tahiti combineert met Bora Bora, is dit een Perfect Match.
Indien u uw verblijf uiterlijk 90 dagen voor vertrek bij ons boekt, geldt een korting van maar liefst twintig procent op uw overnachting.
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: Zoals Standard, uitzicht op de tuin.
: Zoals Standard, uitzicht op zee.
Gelegen op ongeveer vijf minuten rijden van de internationale luchthaven Faaa. Op 10 minuten rijden van de winkels en uitgaansgelegenheden van Papeete.
• 2 Buitenzwembaden
• Watersportactiviteiten zoals snorkelen, kajakvaren, waterskiën, dolfijnen spotten
• Sportactiviteiten zoals tennis, volleybal en health circuit
• Culturele activiteiten zoals traditioneel handwerk, fakkelshow en het voeren van de vissen in de lagune
• Diverse excursies.
Uw vakantie Frans-Polynesië begint op Tahiti! Tahiti is het hoofdeiland van Frans-Polynesië dat wordt gevormd door 115 eilanden. Hier bevindt zich de internationale luchthaven Papeete. Op Tahiti woont het grootste deel van de Frans-Polynesische bevolking en hierdoor zijn er diverse activiteiten op Tahiti, in tegenstelling tot de andere eilanden van Frans-Polynesië.
It's been my dream to visit Tahiti for the last decade and I finally treated myself for my birthday. This place its flawless and magical! The staff was friendly, the resort was beautiful and the entertainment was great. The food was fairly expensive but that is to be expected when everything has to be imported. I ate at the regular restaurant at the hotel the first night. It was beautifully lit. I took a Tahitian dance class. They had an instructor come to the hotel. She was amazing! The second night I ate at the restaurant at the hotel that's on the water, when the sun was setting. It was perfect! It was so beautiful I could barely believe my eyes. That restaurant books up fast so you have to make reservations. I only stayed here for two nights because I wanted to visit other islands. Check out my review for the InterContinental Mo'orea!
"review of Tiare pool day pass"
The question has come up quite a bit, what to do in Papeete post-cruise while waiting for your late-night flight? We bought a Tiare pool day pass at the Intercontinental. Summary: it gave us a place to hang out for a few hours, but it's hard to recommend outright. The cost is about US$70 per person; no reservation appears to be necessary, you just ask for a pass at the restaurant by the pool. For that you get a towel, access to the pool, and a lunch ticket. Period. Store your bags with the concierge? No, you're not a hotel guest (but you can wheel your luggage around with you). Get a ride to the airport after? No, you're not a hotel guest (but they will call a taxi for you). You get the picture. The pool and pool area are very nice. But there's no shower (other than a cold outdoor shower) and no changing room other than a bare toilet room with not even a hook to hang clothes. The lunch is a little odd but satisfactory. You load up a plate with ingredients (raw meats and vegetables) and spices (it helps to know something about cooking), and a cook then stir-fries it all together. The waiter emphasized that you only have one chance to go through the line, so be sure to lard your plate up. Drinks are extra; a can of Coke (delivered as a can) was an astounding $6. So, picture yourself sitting outdoors in a lounge chair by a pool, all your luggage piled up next to you. If it starts raining, you'll be huddling under an umbrella. As the sun moves, you'll be struggling to stay in the shade. It's great for awhile, but for how many hours? And for that you paid $70 per person?
"A fantastic first stop on our Honeymoon!"
We had only one night in this beautiful resort upon our arrival in French Polynesia. The resort was immaculate, the lagoon and fish were beautiful, the pool area was lovely and the hospitality was outstanding! Thank you to Nat (not his full name but all I can remember!) for making us feel so welcome and pampered during our short stay. Our OWB was wonderful and dinner at Le Lotus was delicious! Would highly recommend this resort for longer than a one night stay!
"Great stop over"
A wonderful hotel in a spectacular location overlooking the Island of Moorea and, when the weather and clouds allow, some sensational sunsets. Staff are welcoming and friendly and the Friday night show should not be missed. Buffet breakfasts and dinners are wonderful! Only criticism is in the room design. It would be nice to have the bathroom door on the other side of the closet. Not an easy task considering the physical layout of the rooms but worth noting anyway
"Even more charming than when I honeymooned here 35 years ago"
Every few years we return to Tahiti for vacation and we always stay here. Transfers to and from the airport are easy and the hotel is well located. The InterContinental Beachcomber is charming and has a real local vibe, just like it did 35 years ago! This time our room was on the ground floor with a full-frontal view of Moorea over the ocean and lovely landscaped grounds. The rooms are constantly updated and the grounds have had some nice refurbishments like planting vanilla to show you how it is done in Polynesia. The lagoon has also had a really nice upgrade and is an easy place for a snorkel. This visit, our bathroom was huge with a really huge tub along with a separate shower, vanity etc. We had the nice deck and a spacious room overall (189). Staff are helpful, friendly and totally local. If you want to feel like you are in Polynesia but with all the comforts, convenience you are used to, this is a great choice. We stayed this time for one night and the extra half day to await our flightâ€™s departure. One can also rent a day room before going on a cruise like the Paul Gauguin. I really recommend it to help get settled. They have a great gym and the pool is long enough for laps. The spa gives great treatments too. Both restaurants are great. One is gourmet and the other has tummy filling comfort foods with both local dishes (really fresh seafood) and the usual options like great burgers etc. Catch sunset at the bar, there is often live music. They have local award-winning dance troupes come to the resort and put on great shows several times a week. These shows have a specialized buffet dinner with Polynesian food. We could hear the show from the gourmet restaurant, the drumming was amazing.
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