Tahiti resorts are some of the most alluring in the world. Tahiti itself is known internationally as one of the most popular island destinations in the Pacific, where tourists go to relax on the distinctive black sand beaches, go diving, snorkeling, boating, hiking, surfing, and more. Resorts in Tahiti cater to the droves of international travelers who come to the island every year for a taste of this island paradise. You can find everything from luxurious beachfront hotels in Tahiti, to Bora Bora resorts that will rival any in the world, to tranquil Moorea resorts that feature the unique overwater bungalows that have become such a famous feature of this French Polynesian archipelago in the Pacific.
The Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa is a desirous getaway that blends distinctive Polynesia flavor with modern amenities like luxury spa treatments and lush rooms with panoramic views of the hillside and water. This is one of the Bora Bora resorts that is nicely positioned within walking distance of other beach attractions. Guests of the Bora Bora Nui have access to a private beach, boating, hiking, jet skiing, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and more.
Le Meridien is one of the finest Tahiti resorts, where guests can take advantage of nicely appointed rooms and suites, as well as a selection of overwater bungalows with private decks. Le Meridien is artfully crafted and the architecture blends beautifully with the landscape it inhabits. There is a large outdoor pool with a sandy bottom, bar, and fine cuisine at the resort’s Le Carre restaurant. If your search is for Tahiti resorts, Le Meridien is a good choice if you are looking for privacy, tranquility, and relaxation above all else.
Of all the Bora Bora resorts, the St. Regis Resort may be the most impressive. There is a private, saltwater lagoon with exotic fish, a restaurant, spa treatments, swim-up bar, several pools, amazing overwater bungalows with stunning interiors, and lush suites with massive beds and Polynesian décor. There are actually four restaurants, including a sushi and sake restaurant, a Mediterranean grill, a swim-up bar and grill, and an elegant dinner restaurant serving the finest French and Polynesian cuisine nightly. Guests of the St. Regis may find it difficult to stray far from the confines of their luxurious surroundings. This resort caters to travelers who wish to spend their vacation in tranquility, enjoying the sights and sounds of the Pacific island rim on which the resort is located.
The Hilton Hotel Tahiti is a nice example of resorts in Tahiti that are perfectly located, central to the Faa’a International Airport, all of the attractions in Papeete, and the beach. Although the name says hotel, everything about the Hilton says Tahiti luxury resort. Guests of the Hilton enjoy a large outdoor pool which borders right along the edge of the ocean, luxurious spa treatments, gourmet dining, lush rooms, and access to a plethora of water activities such as surfing, dolphin swims, and snorkeling. If you are looking for resorts in Tahiti that are reasonably priced, relatively speaking for this popular island destination, a place like the Hilton may just be perfect. It is close to the airport, central to many of the island locations, and has all of the modern amenities that travelers have come to expect.
Many people like to stay a couple of nights on one island and then jump to another to experience an altogether different part of French Polynesia. From Tahiti, you can take a ferry and stay a couple nights at one of the Huahine resorts, like Te Tiare Resort, which is a virtual island paradise, complete with unique overwater bungalows, amazing vistas of the ocean, and access to private beaches. Or head to Moorea or Bora Bora for a night or two. On the French Polynesian islands, any resort stay will be a magical one. Be sure to take the time to plan so you can map out the ideal stay for you.