September 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Nearest Airport: BOB
Amenities for Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 60 Guest Rooms
- 3 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry Service
- Game Room
- Currency Exchange Service
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Radio & CD Players
- Scuba Diving
- Beach Volleyball
- Table Tennis
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa
The perfect resort. Amazing bungalows, good service, GREAT food and drinks, calm and peaceful. The only minus being that the restaurant staff regularly kept forgetting orders. Beautiful, newly renovated feel. Gorgeous coral reef accessible from the hotel by swimming/canooing.
This resort is located in a nicely designed garden and landscape. It is more quiet and peaceful than other resorts in French Polynesia. Black tip reef sharks and sting rays swim sometimes underneath the water bungalows which is truly wonderful. Some parts of the hotel and facilities need renovation now, however. E.g. the tennis court could not be used as it needed a make over (which was not indicated on the website). The food for lunch and dinner is of a high quality. The breakfast buffet, however, is not five star like. Overall, the value for money is ok.
Apollo1370 - Zurich, Switzerland
Le Tahaa is a wonderful resort that still has the magic of old French Polynesia. Not only are you in paradise, you are the only resort in sight within walking distance of beautiful coral and a relaxed attentive staff. Worth a stop on your trip, but also don't be afraid to spend your whole trip there. We wished we had more time before departing to Bora Bora.
mbrogan55 - San Francisco, California
was there 3 years ago ..was amazing ..!! back the last weekend with a lot of expectation and was not disappointed ,exactly what I was expected ,service ,food ,and quality of the bedroom at the top. love it and hope not to wait 3 years to be back, a demain..
Mooreabeachcafe - Moorea, French Polynesia
My wife and I decided to go somewhere neither of us had been before for our honeymoon. After seeing pictures of over water bungalows and crystal clear water on the internet, we knew Tahiti was our destination. We finally decided to stay at Le Taha'a based on their positive reviews from multiple different websites. Room: We stayed in one of their over water bungalows for a total of 6 nights and loved every bit of it. The bungalow was incredibly nice and had more than enough room for both of us to feel comfortable. There is a tv with a couple channels but when you're in paradise you won't even turn it on. The deck is HUGE with a covered cabana with seating and a table along with two lay down lounge chairs for tanning. The lower deck has a shower to rinse off after swimming in the crystal clear water. Where we stayed in the sunset cove area- the water was waist to lower chest high at most points so you could touch the bottom. The sunsets were amazing along with the stars when the nights were clear. Food & Service: The food there was incredible along with the impeccable service from the staff. There are two primary places to eat with 1 very formal restaurant. Everything is fresh and I promise that it's some of the best fish you'll ever have. The buffet is incredible and different every time they have it. You can also order room service or food at the pool and pool bar. The local beer is Taboo and worth a try - very similar to a corona and not too pricey. My wife loved the frozen drinks, especially the pina colada which they made with coconut ice cream - also a must try. Overall, the food and drink options are incredible as well as the service provided by the staff. Excursions: We went on the atv tour on the island where we had our own side-by-side to drive through the rainforest and around the island. After the tour, our guide took us to his house for an authentic Tahitian lunch- I would highly recommend taking the excursion! There is a coral garden on the property which you can walk to and float down with equipment provided by the hotel- my wife and I enjoyed it so much we did it several times! Final Notes: Overall, my wife and I would highly recommend this trip to anyone who is looking to travel to an exotic and secluded area with the best views on earth. One disclaimer is that this is not an all-inclusive resort so be prepared to pay for all of your food, drinks, and any excursion you plan to attend off the resort. Also, the bars shut down relatively early so if you're looking for an extravagant late night scene, this is not the place for that. I did not mention the fire dancers or photo perfect boat transfer but expect to have plenty of photo worthy opportunities with them as well!
JonathanH1226 - Atlanta, Georgia