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InterContinental Resort Tahiti in Papeette, French Polynesia
Enjoying an expansive tropical garden setting on the west coast of Tahiti, InterContinental Resort Tahiti captures the quiet elegance of colonial Polynesia. Accommodations include tastefully decorated bedrooms and suites, as well as thatched overwater bungalows--all with private terraces or balconies. Making your stay even more spectacular, the innovative Lagoonarium boasts over 200 fish species, while the signature Tiare restaurant is home to the internationally acclaimed Les Grands Ballets de Tahiti dinner show.
Views at this lagoonside sanctuary gaze across to the soaring peaks of Tahiti's sister isle of Moorea. Plan a diving lesson at the Aquatica Center, set off on a four-wheel drive mountain safari or enjoy a thrilling dolphin encounter. Along with glass bottom boat rides, kayaking, deep-sea fishing and catamaran cruises, traditional pursuits such as golf are also on offer. For the ultimate in relaxation, spend an afternoon sunbathing on the resort's reef pontoon.
Location of InterContinental Resort Tahiti
Nearest Airport: PPT
Reviews for InterContinental Resort Tahiti
This hotel has beautiful grounds, great views and outstanding personnel. The hotel is older but well kept. Our room was clean and well maintained. We were on the ground floor with a wonderful view of the ocean. The food was OK, not great, but good. A very big breakfast selection so everyone could find something to eat. One thing to remember, make sure your reservation has some type of meal plan attached to it. Food in the InterContinental Hotels as well as in the city is VERY expensive. We spent 2 days here and found that to be enough time to see everything. Be prepared if you drive into the city. Car rental dealers will come and pick you up which is a nice touch, but driving in Tahiti downtown is a nightmare. This hotel is a great pick but just for a couple of days.
M N - Temecula, California
After disembarking the Wind Spirit Cruise line, I stayed here for the day before the late night flight back to Toronto. There is a beautiful view, infinity pool and amenities. We booked a day pass which included use of the spa, pool and includes dinner. This hotel is also very close to the airport.
Babbles14 - Cambridge, Ontario
Stayed here for 4 nights before a cruise. We liked the hotel. We always wanted to stay in an over water bungalow. It was nice. Comfortable bed. Clean. Nice size rooms and bathroom. Very comfortable. Snorkeled off the deck. Not the greatest reef but some nice fish. Buffet breakfast was included which is good because a full breakfast is $67. Lots of food, good selection. Not cheap here. Room also expensive. Other reviews said it is a bit dated, but it was well maintained and a nice landscape. Was older hotel yes but definitely not rundown. Beautiful sunsets. Romantic. Le Lotus was romantic, guilt and pretty setting. Food was pretty good. Good service and very very friendly. Concierge was very helpful. Seamless checkin and out. Baggage handling super. If you want to use the beach you need to stake out an umbrella unfortunately, people camp out there all day even while they are elsewhere. Very hot in March. Closer to town than other hotels. Would stay here again. Not much nightlife. Would have given it 5 stars if beach area had more sitting, had entertainment and meals more reasonable.
dinerdon - Bayville, New Jersey
Trip of a lifetime to Moorea was hijacked by an unexpected strike on the island which we found out about in flight. IHG and particularly Sonia Sautron from IC Tahiti provided excellent accommodations and service. We had a panoramic ocean view in a lovely Tahitian-style room. Comfy bed and great rainfall shower. We spent most of our time in the Lotus infinity pool sipping on Mai Taiâ€™s and cold Hinano beer. Really enjoyed tasty ala carte breakfast on site, which was very reasonable. Also loved snorkeling in lagoon, without fear of a possible shark. Nice job IC Tahiti, we had a glorious stay and now off to Moorea!
Sunrize12 - Benton, Louisiana
The owners who are charging $500-1000/night per room should be ashamed to look themselves in the mirror. The rooms are beyond sad - cheap finishes everywhere, polyester galore, linoleum floors, a dirty faux plastic thatch roof, bathroom doors that didnâ€™t close, and I could go on. The landscaping and facilities are even worse. I assume like most others who stay at this flop house for a lay over, one is left without any better options. I guess itâ€™s the price of admission to Tahiti. And Manager please spare yourself from commenting on this post. Given the state of the hotel and the preposterous price, anything said would ring hollow and be downright deceiving.