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    French Polynesia Hotel Travel Guide

    When you’re craving the sounds, sights, and smells of a new destination, it’s time to go on an adventure. Book one of the best hotels in French Polynesia and get ready to explore. Venture out solo, invite your honey along, or instill some wanderlust in your kids as you dabble in the culture. During your visit, sample some of the region’s most popular delicacies, tour the famous attractions, and speak with the locals to discover the most coveted spots around. After hiking around the scenery and visiting the nearby landmarks, rest up at one of the nearby French Polynesia hotels.

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    Hotels in Tahiti

    Hotel Tiare Tahiti - Papeete Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Hotel Tiare Tahiti

    627 Boulevard Pomare, Papeete - Map
    3.6 out of 5 (27 reviews)
    Located in the heart of Papeete, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Parc Bougainville, Place Jacques Chirac, and Black …More
    InterContinental Resort Tahiti - Faaa Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    InterContinental Resort Tahiti

    Pointe Tata A, Faaa - Map
    "Exotic Wonderland, Did Not Want To Leave!!!!! "
    Stayed here post cruise. Allowed an early check in around 11 or so. Staff was friendly & helpful. Booked an ocean view room. Room was large & comfortable. Bathroom had huge bathtub & shower. Balcony looked out over ocean & well groomed property. The sand bottom pool was fab. and so were other pools. The lagoon was stocked with tropical fish. Food & show at restaurant was great. Even provided a changing room & allowed use of pools on check out day. This was best place we have ever stayed. A true wonderland!!!!!
    Traveller from CA
    Nestled on the beach, this Faaa resort is within 6 mi (10 km) of Place Jacques Chirac, Parc Bougainville, and Papeete Market …More
    Le Meridien Tahiti - Punaauia Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Le Meridien Tahiti

    Bp 380595 Tamanu, Punaauia - Map
    "Luxury hotel near Papeete."
    I normally don't stay at luxury accommodations however a friend I meet up with wanted to stay there. The food is delicious and the staff is friendly and competent. There were a few "noseums" in the outdoor dinning so be prepared with some repellent. The coy pond is beautiful.
    Traveller from Cave Creek, Arizona
    Set on one of Tahiti's few sand beaches, this west coast resort offers views across the lagoon to Moorea and is just 15 km …More

    Hotels in Bora Bora

    InterContinental Le Moana Resort Bora Bora - Bora Bora Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    InterContinental Le Moana Resort Bora Bora

    Matira Point, Bora Bora - Map
    "Perfect location"
    After staying at Le Moana for a week, I can say it would be my choice if I return to Bora Bora. When you stay in Bora Bora you have the option of staying on the island itself or on a motu (smaller island) that rings the outside of the lagoon. Le Moana is on the island itself, on the southernmost point called Matira. Because of that, we were easily able to move about the island as we wished. The Martira Point area has many restaurants, snacks (their version of a lunch-only fast food place), and a roulotte (supper-only like fast food). The point is also home to the only public beach on the island, and the sunsets from Matira Beach are lovely. If you chose instead to stay on a motu hotel, you will be at the mercy of the free shuttles that move back and forth to the mainland, and then you will most likely need a taxi to get you the rest of the way. As for the resort itself, we took advantage of the free kayaks, snorkels, and body boards. The lagoon is lovely and easy to paddle around. You can snorkel among lovely fish under the bungalows and also near the Sofitel motu east of the Le Moana. We rented bicycles from the resort. They were not in the best shape, but worked just fine. We rode bikes around the entire island and it took 3 1/2 hours or so. There is only one large hill since the road circles around at sea level so it was pretty easy. We started at the hotel around 8:30 in the morning and worked counter-clockwise, hitting Vaitape for lunch around 11:00. We also renter a scooter from the Roulotte Matira people where local point drive hit the circle road. We were very pleased. The scooter was in good condition, we did not have to refill the gas, and they gave us a cell phone and their number to call if we had problems! The concierges were friendly and helpful. They were great with dinner reservations each night. Most of the island's restaurants send a taxi to pick you up and take you back home. Sometimes you are the only rider, but more often, they will have a set pickup time for your resort and there will be more than one couple riding with you. We actually enjoyed visiting with others and learning what they had enjoyed on the island. The concierges also made our excursion reservations for us. We hiked, snorkeled with sharks and petted stingrays, and parasailed. Our room, a bungalow, was beautiful. I don't think I would change a thing there. It had a living room with a desk and small mini fridge, a bedroom, and a bathroom. The bathroom had a large bathtub, an exposed shower, and a toilet in another smaller room with a vent open to the outside. The whole place had A/C and a ceiling fan so we were very comfortable. The resort provides shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, body wash, and other fun things that I won't spoil for you. Outside, we had a deck with two comfortable lounge chairs and two built-in chairs with a small table (perfect for breakfast on the lagoon#. Then there were stairs leading down to a lower deck, great for laying out. The second deck also had an freshwater shower nozzle where you can rinse off after getting out of the lagoon. A simple ladder led from the lower deck to the water and the water was waist deep, clear, and very warm. Wear water socks because the sand is coraline and can be sharp. The cons of the resort would be only the price of everything. Bora Bora ships everything in so it is all very, very expensive. The motu hotels jack the rates up even farther since you are stuck there. We ate breakfast at Le Moana twice. It was wonderful: many frest fruits, pancakes, french toast, crepes, waffles, meats, sandwich makings, toast, bagels, omelets, and ethnic specialties such as jasmine rice. It is also around $40 pp. We bought french bread, nutella, fruit, and fruit juice at a small market nearby #Tiare Market) for much, much cheaper. If price is a concern, find a pension or smaller hotel on Matira Point. There are several. They are smaller, may not have A/C, and don't have the concierge services. Even so, expect to pay at least $10 for a hamburger at a snack and $20 at a restaurant. More expensive snack meals will run up to $30 and restaurants will be $30-50 pp. Bottled water is everywhere and you must pay for water any place you eat. However, Bora Bora had a good water purification system and it is clean. I tiptoed into drinking out of the tap and had no problems. By the end, I was guzzling tap water only. The resort also did not have a gym, but the sister property, the Thalasso, does have one. We could have ridden the shuttle boat over there and used those facilities, but it was easier to go out on the road every morning and run there. This was an amazing place. I recommend it highly.
    FarmerJen from Nebraska, USA
    Nestled on the beach, this Matira resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Matira Beach and Coral Gardens. Leopard Rays Trench and …More
    Le Meridien Bora Bora - Bora Bora Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Le Meridien Bora Bora

    Motu Tape, BP 190, Bora Bora - Map
    "Beautiful Place!"
    It's a beautiful place with amazing views. We stayed in a hut over the water with a glass bottom floor! The views from breakfast, lunch and dinner were amazing too! This is a place with mostly honeymooners (like us), so it's a pretty quiet place full of romantic views and peace of quiet. The only drawback is the price of food. And you don't find out how much it is until you check out, b/c you charge everything to the room. The breakfast buffet had an eggs/omelette station as well as a crepe station where they make everything to order. So many juices to choose from which I loved, my favorites being mango and banana juice! The lunch menu at the pool bar is minimal. We only ate 2 meals a day b/c we gorged on breakfast every day. We went to the Italian place, which was good food. And we had 2 buffet dinners which were super expensive! Breakfast was $41 per person. Lunch was about $50 for both of us. Dinner was $75 at the Italian place. And the dinner buffets were around $90 per person. There is not much to do at night though. We were going to sleep early one night when there was non stop drumming from the beach. We had no idea they were doing a show on the beach. A little notice would have been nice.
    A Traveller
    Overlooking Bora Bora's beautiful lagoon, this waterfront resort sits on two islands and has dramatic views of Mt Otemanu at …More
    Hotel Maitai Polynesia - Bora Bora Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Hotel Maitai Polynesia

    BP 505, Bora Bora - Map
    4.2 out of 5 (123 reviews)
    Nestled on the beach, this Matira resort is within a 15-minute walk of Matira Beach and Coral Gardens. Leopard Rays Trench …More

    Hotels in Moorea

    Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort - Moorea Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort

    Bp 28 Maharepa, Moorea - Map
    "Ultimate Relaxation"
    Awesome setting in over water bungalow. Fantastic snorkeling right off your deck. Talk to Louisa (at concierge) really helpful and knowledgable. She set us up with Franco for Safari tour. Great fun and informative. He's a real character.
    rggwiz from North Carolina
    Located in Maharepa, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk, 0.6 mi (1 km) from Temae Beach, and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from …More
    Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa - Moorea Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa

    Papetoai, PK 14, Moorea - Map
    "Pricey but superb"
    Overwater bungalows are incredibly luxurious. AND: We snorkeled right from our bungalow/personal dock with coral heads and fish galore right at hand. Staff were polite, helpful, friendly.
    Set in lush tropical grounds on a white-sand beach along the scenic north coast of Moorea, this resort is three km from …More
    Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa - Moorea Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa

    BP 3410, Moorea - Map
    "Best sunset view and snorkeling under bungalow!"
    Beating myself for not booking at least 2 nights at this hotel. We had the best bungalow at the hotel with the greatest sunset view and great snorkeling right under the bungalow. Lots of interesting fish! The couples massage packages were insanely affordable with the monthly special discounts. Breakfast buffet included was delicious and had ample variety. The price deal on Travelocity was at least 40% off, so thanks for the deal of the century!
    Traveller from Houston, TX
    Situated on a white sand beach, this resort is two km from Cook's Bay, six km from Belvedere, and 17 km from Tahiti.More