Tahiti hotels can be some of the most luxurious in the Pacific islands. Especially in the past 50 years, Tahiti has become a popular and celebrated tourist destination for its stunning natural beauty, incredible water activities like diving and snorkeling, and luxurious dining, shopping, and accommodations. Luxury hotels in Tahiti have a certain leg up on other resort destinations, simply due to the fact that the island is a veritable paradise on earth. Tourists headed to this largest of the French Polynesian islands are awestruck at the raw beauty of the lush green hilltops, adorned with pink hibiscus and other flora, rising out of the turquoise and crystalline, blue waters of the temperate Pacific. Be prepared to be impressed as you search for the ideal Tahiti lodging for you.
Le Meridien Tahiti in Punaauia region blends in perfectly with the natural landscape of the island. Of all the places to stay in Tahiti, Le Meridien may be the most thoughtfully designed, in terms of its harmonious blending with its surroundings. It offers over 130 rooms and suites. This prime resort even features one of the things for which Tahiti is most famous: overwater bungalows. This is a unique and one-of-a-kind experience, as guests are able to pick from one of twelve overwater bungalows, that literally sit out in the water, securely propped up by cement or reinforced wooden beams. You can hear the water stream peacefully below your bungalow at Le Meridien, even while you enjoy a massage from one of the resort’s professionals right in your room. This resort also features a large outdoor pool with a white sand bottom, two restaurants featuring gourmet Polynesian and other international fare, deep sea fishing expeditions, golf, and access to a private beach. As you look for luxury hotels in Tahiti, take a glance at Le Meridien and see if it suits your whiles and your budget.
The Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, located in Papeete, is a perfect example of one of the more modern Tahiti hotels that spoils its guests with all of the expected amenities. It may not have the inherent charm that a place like Le Meridien offers, but it makes up for it in modern convenience, cleanliness, awesome food, and comprehensive amenities. The Manava features several pools, restaurants, a pool bar, tapas bar, fitness center, spa, and much more. Its central location in Papeete, also makes it a perfect stop over for people island jumping to Bora Bora or Moorea on their journey.
As for luxury hotels in Tahiti, the Radisson Plaza Resort ranks near the top of the list for amazing resort-style hotels with special touches that make it unique to French Polynesia. Here you will find the usual resort amenities, like a restaurant onsite, swimming pools, fitness center, spa treatments, and massage. But you will also encounter distinctive touches like the black sand bay, where guests of the Radisson can swim, or take paddle boats for a leisurely stroll. The restaurant at this resort is particularly good, featuring gourmet cuisine in the best of Polynesian and French traditions.
The InterContinental Resort may be the most reasonably priced, luxury Tahiti lodging. If you are looking for the perfect accommodation in Tahiti, complete with thatch-roofed, overwater bungalows with private decks, then look no further than the InterContinental Resort. Guests of this glorious hotel really get to enjoy Tahiti lodging at its best. You can step out of your tranquil bungalow onto your private deck and dive right into the turquoise water. Or you can swim over to another bungalow, or the bar, and in either place, look out over acres of lush rainforest and crystal blue water. Tourists enjoy diving, dolphin swims, fishing, and relaxing on the beach. As you look for Tahiti hotels, be aware that the most difficult part may just be choosing between all of your favorites.