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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

InterContinental Resort Tahiti
B.P. 6014
Papeette, French Polynesia

Nearest Airport: PPT

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Spent a night at the Intercontental Tahiti on our return leg back to Australia. The staff and customer service was great and was very similar to more expensive hotels in Moorea. The room was a tad disappointing. Located at the end of the property and facing the water sports, the room offered no real view and was noisy. The most disappointing part was a room filled with mosquitos. Yes, the hotel room included an apology on a letter in the room. However, I do think more could be done during housekeeping time to erradicate mosquitos before a check-in. Spent 30 minutes killing over 10 bugs before going to bed. The food was a pleasant surprise with the express buffet at night with at a wide array of choice and the breakfast buffet in the morning which rivalled that of the more expensive hotels in Moorea / Bora Bora. Would recommend staying at the Intercontinental Tahiti for stopovers in Tahiti rather than the other hotels.

prusso1986 - Sydney

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is our 3rd time at IC. It is super close to the airport which is very handy without the noise. The reason we book this hotel for our layover is not because of the rooms as they are dated and is in desperate need of an update but we love Le Lotus for dinner and being able to see and feed the fishes below. Bag service is slow, was told 5 min but turned out to be 30min. Breakfast is good, with a big variety to cater for all.

pinkdawn1226 - Adelaide, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Location close to airport, beautiful ambiance, has all the resort amenities which is good because there is not much to do outside the immediate vicinity of the hotel...and 20 minute cab ride to town. Hotel provides shuttles but, quite frankly we did not find the town center very appealing more like an industrial town with an international market place. Be aware that prices for food and drinks are extremely high in the hotel, a round of drinks in the lobby bar cost us 75.00 and dinner at Le Lotus well over 200 for the four of us with no alcoholic beverages. But, the food and view from this restaurant was well worth the money and experience. Service at the hotel is hit or miss. At the lobby bar, we waited 20 minutes for our drinks while bartenders and cocktail waitresses were chit chatting around the bar. Front desk service under the management of manager Aurelio was excellent. Our check in staff was named Lavine. However, when it came to our requesting a valet to pick up our luggage at 4:15 am for us to catch a 4:40 am bus to the airport because our rooms were quite a distance from the lobby to lug our heavy luggages (ste.187), we made a special request the night before only to have no one show up. We tried to call the front desk only to find our phone was not working. Had to go to our next door friend's suite to use their phone to ask for help...still no one came until we ran into a worker Moana who called for valet help for us. We barely made it to the bus on time. Hope they work out these inefficiencies. All in all the stay was nice. Thanks Aurelio and Lavine.

tomtom9 - Sacramento, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great location, only 5 minutes from the airport, got in late night, woke the next morning to a beautiful ocean view out of our room, which was in the panoramic rooms 2nd floor. Breakfast buffet was wonderful, get the meal plan if you can. Topdive scuba diving was on site at this hotel, I did 2 dives with them, which were great. We took a tour in a 4x4 open jeep in the interior of the island, and saw some of the beauty of Tahiti. We were at this hotel for 4 nights, and we would return again. Very friendly staff, and helpful with anything you might need. Great over the water restaurant, and polynesian show. Outside of our room was a great infinite edge pool with a white sand bottom, and swim up bar, we spent alot of time there.

227phogan - Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place was not our cup of tea. My wife and I stayed here for the last two nights of our honeymoon and paid over $1000 a night for an overwater bungalow sweet and were very disappointed, this was our least favorite hotel from the trip. Cons: - Charge for snorkeling equipment rental!! WTF? We paid over $1,000 a night for our overwater bungalow... trying to charge us to rent snorkeling equipment for a few hours is just cheap and was a real shock to us - So many old people staying here (we must have been one of the only people at the resort that weren't 70 or much older!) - Their nice restaurant, Lotus, was completely booked both nights we were there. The host was rude and did not care that we were on our honeymoon - Checkout took incredibly long because a group of about 200 retired folks got to the hotel the morning we were checking out, they all looked 80+ and took up the whole lobby Pros: - nice hotel grounds and snorkerling in the lagoonarium was awesome! Maybe they should market this hotel to people from retirement communities, if you're under 50, don't bother with this place! Not good for honeymoon or a trip for couples.

stoneman91 - Los Angeles, California

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