Ratings based on 70 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Bec from Australia
Great price for the service, great staffPosted Jun 28, 2014
Exceptional service from the staff. Great place to stay on the main island. Outside of activies who pick you up from the hotel there are about 3 opportunities a day to get to the main town. The shuttle buses do cost however the staff are great and the hotel is a comfortable base on the main island. I would definitely recommend it. I split my time between Mai Tai and a high end luxury resort. A great way to get the best if both worlds.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Wake up to paradise!Posted Jun 23, 2014
Pros: The room, the view, the quiet and the most helpful staff.
Cons: It is remote, so a long stay will make finding a variety of dining difficult.
Location: Rent a car for 8 hours and drive around the island, find and feed the sacred eels, and enjoy the unique vistas of Huahine. Try Chez Tiare for dinner.
The porch of the beach bungalow we stayed in was mere feet from the water and what a view. The room was very stylish, comfortable and clean.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted May 18, 2014
We had a pleasant stay. Individuals that spoke French received the most favorable treatment.
by A verified traveler
Stay away!Posted May 13, 2014
Worms in bathroom, dirty sheets, utensils, paper napkins. ( I took pics ) AC was leaking and vent was missing. Safe wasn't working properly. No shower curtain. Wifi didn't work inside the room and wasn't free. Service was slow. We were the only ones in lounge during cocktail hours and no one came over to take an order. I could go on....
for Everyoneby Erika from CA
Maitai- not completely worry-less.Posted May 6, 2014
Pros: Location. Good for snorkeling and getting cheaper food.
Cons: Upkeep of rooms, groundskeeping (they rake the beach of debris, but leave dog poop on the grass around hotel).
Location: Marama Tattoo 1/4 mi up road. Can't call or email for appt. Go in and make appt your first day.
It's pretty hard to complain when you're housed in paradise. That being said, there were hassles prior to our arrival. The paperwork from Expedia didn't say you need to call the hotel to arrange transfer. I did email the hotel to try and sort out details, but they never got back to me. You do need to call. Your Air Tahiti flight includes transport from airport to the main island. Staff were helpful to a point. One must have been new. They were accomodating about making phone calls and trying to arrange excursions, and change flights. It seemed they had to agree w/ what I was doing. They talked me out of one company to have me go w/ the one they refer to. Hotel is in great location. Close to a couple restaurants and markets, and Marama Tattoo. The rooms were kept clean, though our bungalow could have used some minor repairs. Sorkeling is excellent off hotel beach. We saw moray eel and octopus close by. Definitely take snorkeling excursion, Reef Discovery was very good, and responded to my email. No pool, not that you really need one. If I return, I would try a different hotel.
for Everyoneby yaya from R.
Excellent HotelPosted Mar 17, 2014
Was very good. Excellent location. Very clean. And the staff is very friendly.
Recommendedby Barbara wenborne from San Dimas, ca.
Expensive transportationPosted Jan 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
It was great except, Transportation to town was very expensive,so your stuck eating there. Same boring choices, and very very expensive meals.
Recommendedby Maureen Bramlage from Key West
Posted Jan 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Charming, accommodating, tropical hotel of about 70 units. Two restaurants, one beachside, and one mountain-side. Bar and lounge with part under roof, and part altogether out. Delicious buffet breakfast. Connected to 4x4 tour and glass-bottom boat tours not to miss! My price, New Year's wk., of approx. $210/nt was my best value for the money of my whole trip to Tahiti, Moorea, and Bora Bora. Only blight on my stay was a pair of roosters, one outside the front of my room, the other out back, who kept me from sleeping 4:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.
for Everyoneby Adventure Mommy from Seattle, WA
Best Place For MePosted Dec 29, 2013
Pros: The location. It was not on an outlying "moth" as the big, expensive hotels are. Close to the main beach, restaurants, a little grocery.
Cons: A few of the people working the main desk and in the restaurant were a bit "cold." Most of the staff, however, were lovely.
Location: Perfect location. You can go to the only real beach on Bora Bora (5 minutes), rent a bike and ride into town. It's a small island!
Had a stimulating vacation on Bora Bora, doing some of the tourist trips (.e. swimming with sharks and rays, which was pretty awesome, but a little too touristy in terms of the party-like nature). Best part of the trip, however, was just hanging out at the hotel, at the nearby beach, eating at the little restaurant on the beach, meeting other guests and residents. I loved renting a bike and making the "tour" around the island's flat 22 mile circumference. Incredibly, there were very few people when I went (Dec 10 - 23).
for Everyoneby paul from tacoma
Posted Dec 8, 2013
the hotel staff were so helpful in helping me with island activities....all I had to do was tell them what activity I wanted to do......and it was done immediately......whatever I needed the staff complied......it was an amazing trip....and I owe it all to the staff at the hotel......I would recommend this hotel!!!