January 8, 2018 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
Snorkeling through the coral garden is like floating in space. It is magical. It is only a few feet deep so if you are not a good swimmer like me, not to worry -- the water current carries you easily through the open coral paths.
Denise Q - Los Angeles, California
This was a special treat! Our travel agency (Custom Tahiti Travel) recommended this island and resort. It was absolutely amazing and beyond words. We had an over-the-water bungalow and watched Stingrays and Eagle Rays every morning. The resort had an amazing Coral Garden where you could snorkel. The restaurants are built up in the trees and provided amazing views of the water. Our travel agent recommended that we do a garden Bungalow in lieu of the over water. after seeing the resort I wish that we would have taken that advice, but our overwater Bungalow was still great. Take note that this Resort is remote so you will not have access to lots of restaurants or nightlife.
Patricia F - Cedar Rapids, United States
Lovely resort but it needs to have more restaurant options. The beach/pool restaurant was not open in the evenings and I felt that was a big mistake. Apparently, they are only open at night when resort is busy...The one restaurant gets old after a few days if the "French restaurant" is not your thing.This would mean you have one spot for all of your dinners and breakfasts. We stayed 4 nights and I was ready for a different dining option at night. My husband is not into totally French cuisine at crazy prices so we never visited the French spot.
Christine H - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
This was our first visit to Taha'a but our second visit to French Polynesia. We traveled with our adult children and had 2 different types of rooms. We stayed in a Villa, Beachside with a private pool. The room was stunning - we were 20 feet from the water and could walk across the water to our daughter's room (they had an over water Villa). We had a one bedroom bungalow with a separate bath that had double vanities, indoor shower, outdoor tub and shower and a separate indoor toilet room. We also had a second room with a double/sofa bed, desk. The outdoor area included a private yard with a good size plunge pool, lounge chairs, covered eating area with table and chairs. Our daughters' had a beautiful over water villa with a king bed, and double/sofa bed. The bathroom had a beautiful tub, separate shower and double vanities with a separate toilet room. The staff is excellent, the grounds are beautiful and well maintained. The food is good and the restaurants had a special menu for vegetarians (our daughter is a vegetarian). Everything was very nice - my only comment is I feel there needs to be more choices for food - There is a lot of fish but all the food was excellent. Our travel agent (True Tahiti Vacations) suggested a stay here and I'm so happy she did. We started in Moorea for 3 nights and then came to Taha'a then on to Bora Bora. This resort is truly a magical place. It is remote and perfect for honeymooners!
laura f - Redwood City, California
The chef treated us to newly arrived New Zealand oysters. Im an oyster snob. These were wonderful. And the next day he sliced tuna while we watched his artful sushi creation with 2 types of ginger and wasabi, even a touch of special saki. Heavenš¤