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Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa in Taha'a, French Polynesia

One of the most exclusive resorts in French Polynesia, Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa is superbly located on the coral reef of Motu Tautau, overlooking Bora Bora. This member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux collection was designed in traditional Polynesian style and features divine over-water and beach suites, whose amenities range from private patios and tropical gardens to individual pools. Although you are just 5 minutes by boat from the main island of Taha'a, the cares of the world are far away.

Savor the South Pacific lifestyle as you explore a local vanilla plantation, visit a black pearl farm or dive among wrecks, caves, vibrant coral and reef sharks. You might enjoy a romantic private motu picnic, or indulge in a treatment at Manea Spa, nestled in the shade of a coconut grove between a small lake and the lagoon. For connoisseurs, dining experiences include beach barbecues, Polynesian buffets and fine dining at Ohiri and the signature Vanille.

Location of Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa

Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa
Motu Tautau BP 67 Patio
Taha'a, French Polynesia

Nearest Airport: BOB

Amenities for Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 60 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 2 Bars
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Game Room
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Radio & CD Players
  • Activities
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Canoeing
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Table Tennis
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We really enjoyed our stay and would go back for sure. Very friendly and a beautiful setting. Not much to do which is typical of Tahiti but we did some snorkeling and hung out by the pool. Food is not great but decent and the rooms rent huge but they are nice and it was a very comfortable and peaceful place to relax.

samuraitraveler - California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

This place was absolutely amazing! We stayed here before going to Bora Bora and it made the Sofitel Private island look shabby. Everything here was so clean and perfect. The room, the pool, the beach all great. We loved having the coral reef so close, and there were plenty of kayaks and paddle boards to go around. We had a great time exploring the surrounding uninhabited islands. Water shoes are definitely a must especially at the coral reef. We upgraded to the premium room, which was 2nd from the end of the dock, and it was awesome, but they all looked really nice. We had sharks, sting rays, and a variety of fish swimming by regularly. Also the water was no more than chest deep for a large distance from our bungalow. The food was the only negative for me. I'm a very picky eater, and don't eat seafood at all. We got a free dinner night one, which was pretty good. It is a different menu than the regular restaurant menu. I was struggling to find things to eat after that. There is only the 1 restaurant, so we ate off the room service menu one night, and ordered a pizza from the island another night. Which was really good! To do this if anyone is interested, you just call the desk and she will call and order your pizza for you. Then they will send it over on the boat and you just pay the boat captain and he takes the money back for you. So you don't have to leave the resort! It was really nice! We did that the night of the Polynesian show, because we have seen them many times. Cocktails at the bar are very expensive. $20-25 each and the few we tried were not very good. There is a 1/2 off happy hour in the afternoons. I can't remember if its from 4-5pm or 4-6pm. We had bought liquor at the duty free in LAX, then we went to the island day 1 to the convenience store and bought juices and coke. It was really nice to have drinks on our deck every day. We also brought a portable speaker for our ipods which we were really glad we had, and a small cooler for ice for our drinks in the room. We did the 4x4 excursion, and I'd say save your money on this one if you're looking for adventure. We never really left the paved roads! It was a nice leisurely trip around the island and the tour guide was really sweet and made me a purse, and fan out of some leaves. learned a lot of history and information about the island, and Also had some fresh picked fruit, which was delicious. The 4x4 trip in Bora bora, on the other hand, was much more adventurous and heart stopping! Overall, we loved this place, but the 4 nights we stayed was plenty. I couldn't imagine staying any longer, simply for the fact they only have the 1 restaurant, with the fairly limited menu.

Taryh9 - Akron, Ohio

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our third stop in the French Polynesian two week tour. We stayed 4 nights at Intercontinental in Tahiti, and six nights at St Regis in Bora Bora. This was the best by far. The St Regis was wonderful, but we like this resort better. The Bora Bora over water bungalow were large and beautiful. Of course the views of the sunset every night were spectacular. We saw sharks(black-tip), rays, and tons of fish under our bungalow. We only ate at the one main restaurant and never at the high end restaurant. We did do the private romantic dinner on our deck one night which was super nice under a full moon. The food at this resort was the best we had during our two week stay. Many of their dishes are fish, and a lot of raw tuna caught the same day, awesome. We did the Polynesian buffet the one night which was super good, plus we had great entertainment. This is a smaller and more personal resort. We felt like everybody knew us. The snorkeling was just a short walk down the beach and is outstanding. Buy the fish food at the front desk. The fish go crazy for it. We enjoyed our tour arranged by the hotel to the main island of Tahaa. We visited the pearl farm,the vanilla farm and the rum store. The only place on the resort that had air conditioning was our room, which worked very well. Otherwise shorts and cool shirts for dinner. Some people who had the family beach rooms said they had some mosquito issues. We did notice them a few nights at dinner, but they do provide bug spray. We were right at the end of their rainy season, so I think they may have been worse then usual. My wife and I had a great 80 minute couple massage. I would go back, especially if it was closer.

BerwynFoodie - Berwyn, Pennsylvania

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As we were traveling with 2 kids we decided to stay at the beach bungalow + pool. It's was perfect for a family of 4. Very spacious bungalow, extremely clean with top class amenities. Spacious bathroom with an outdoor bathtub. Wonderful. prepared for a long walk if you want to reach the pool. We were expecting more about the room pool. It was almost the same size of the bathtub, but that's ok, the crystal clear sea was just in front of us. A little disappointed with the restaurant. Was expecting more (in terms of food, service and decoration). The pool area is not fancy and does not have many chairs. Needs some improvements to fit the hotel standards. Nice coral reef to dive. Last but not least: we found plastics and some bottles at the beach :(

akiakola - Shanghai, China

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed for 6 nights in a Bora-Bora view overwater bungalow. Our teenaged daughter said it was a living hell to be so isolated, with no Internet except at the restaurant and no kids her age. MIddle-aged spouse and I--of course--had come here to escape from all that. Nothing to do all day but swim in the most extraordinarily clear calm water, eat fine French fusion food, read, and sleep. Hotel was fully occupied, but we felt like the only guests. The lagoon is preternaturally beautiful--shallow, white sand bottom. I came to terms with my fear of sharks (there was a little 2 foot black tipped reef shark who lived right under our bungalow and pointedly ignored us). Living in Hawaii, we know it's easy to make palm-thatched huts totally Disney-kitch. This was not kitch. I am not sure I want to know what the Hotel did to keep mosquitoes at bay, cockroaches and lizards out of the roof, etc--but they did. Budget for $200/day food for a family of 3. Seriously. If you expect and plan for it, then you won't be resentfully shocked--and it's worth it. Other reviewers had misgivings about the food and made excused about 'well, they are far outside the supply lines...'I'm a total food snob and was very happy.

Lilinoeofthekoolaus - Kailua, Hawaii

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