Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Debfrom Auckland, NZ
A Tahitian holiday that won't break the bankPosted Feb 2, 2014
The garden bungalow was a decent size, tidy, and a kitchen. The staff were incredibly helpful and nice recommending things to do and how to get around. Would definitely stay there again.
by Sheliafrom SF
Hotel is close to the beachPosted Jan 5, 2014
Pros: proximity to the beach.
Would not go again.There are nice things to do in the surrounding area, But you must have a car.
for Everyoneby Michelle
Posted Dec 28, 2013
One of the cheaper resorts on Moorea so people on a budget can still come here ! There is a choice of rooms - either lovely wooden huts (which don't have aircon), or rooms in a building which do have aircon. Good restaurant with great views of the beach, sea and sunset. They provide free beach towels and snorkelling gear, and rent out kayaks. Very good location - less than 5 mins walk to 2 supermarkets, ATM, shops and lots of restaurants. The reception are really helpful and can give you advice and book any activities or hire vehicles you want.
for Everyoneby Alfrom South Carolina,USA
A good place to stay on Moorea at a good pricePosted Nov 30, 2013
Pros: Price,staff and location
Had a very pleasant stay at this hotel. Staff could not have been more friendly or helpful. Restaurant and bar on site and a kitchenette in the room. Grounds were beautifully kept and the lagoon view from our room was very nice. Village nearby had a store,ATM,restaurants and a bike rental place.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Cute hotel on one of the best beaches on MooreaPosted Oct 1, 2013
We stayed at the Hibiscus for 4 nights. The staff is very helpfull and friendly. Unlike resort hotels, this small hotel gives you a much better idea of how life on Moorea is. There is no airco in the bungalows, which is GREAT: Tahiti cools down to a good temperature in the night and you can wake up actually hearing the waves not aircos buzzing. The restaurant "Le Sunset" has a great location, but is a bit overpriced. Better try out "Le Mayflower", just around the corner and has much better food. There is a small shopping center close (le petit village) and its nice (and cheap) to enjoy breakfast/lunch in front of you bungalow (which you can cook in the kitchette). We mostly went to the small supermarket on the right, which sells croissants etc. in the morning. Also, the Enterprise car rental is close, but the Avis will pick you up (about 5 min drive) if you want to get some wheels.
for Couplesby Steve &Angelinafrom Tasmania, Australia
Hotel Hibiscus, highly recommendable.Posted Oct 28, 2012
Pros: Food, owners were very friendly and accommodating
Cons: Couldnt think of anything
Location: Great island in Moorea
Stayed at the Hotel hibiscus on 23 October 2012. Great family owned hotel, owners were very friendly and accommodating. Great food selection at the Sunset restaurant. We stayed in a bungalow with ocean view. Very relaxing and my husband and I wished we spent more time in Moorea island. If we do come back, it will be Moorea and will stay again at Hotel Hibiscus.