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Where to stay in Tahiti

Where to stay in Tahiti

Each and every island and hotel featured within our Tahiti collection has been hand-selected by our team of experts. Our first-hand knowledge allows us to be able to help plan bespoke holiday itineraries for you and your loved ones. We know the little details which makes each of our Tahitian partners unique and which one is going to be right for you. We also love combining different destinations, islands, hotels and experiences. Our top recommendation for a multi-centre holiday to Tahiti would be San Fransisco or Los Angeles. Please see our Tahiti journey inspiration page for some itinerary inspiration.

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, Tahiti
Taking full advantage of its magnificent setting on a private motu (islet) in Bora Bora’s turquoise lagoon, the views from Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora are simply breathtaking.
Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resorts, Tahiti
Authentically Polynesian and a proud member of the Relais and Chateaux portfolio, Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resorts enjoys an enviable location, with one of the best views of Mt Otemanu from its prime position in Bora Bora’s idyllic lagoon.
Conrad Bora Bora Nui, Tahiti
Facing the vast Pacific Ocean, with uninterrupted views of the lagoon meeting the protective outer reef, this luxurious retreat nestles along a beautiful white sand beach, with magical sunsets that never fail to impress.
InterContinental Le Moana Resort, Bora Bora, Tahiti
Enchantingly set between two white sandy beaches at Matira Point on the southern tip of the main island of Bora Bora, the intimate InterContinental Le Moana Resort Bora Bora is a jewel of traditional Polynesian architecture.
InterContinental Resort & Thalasso Spa, Bora Bora, Tahiti
Commanding awe-inspiring views of Bora Bora and Mt Otemanu, InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa sits on a beautiful stretch of white sand between the radiant lagoon and the deep-blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.
St Regis Resort, Bora Bora, Tahiti
Spanning 44 sumptuous acres on an islet in Bora Bora’s lagoon, this exquisite hideaway nestles in lush gardens, fringed by sublime beaches with powder soft sand – all with the perfect accompaniment of Mt Otemanu’s regal peak rising up across the water.
Hanakee Lodge Hiva Oa, Tahiti
The largest of the southern Marquesan group, Hiva Oa is a fertile island with deep valleys, lush plateaus and thickly wooded forests. Perched on a hillside facing Mount Temetui, Hanakee Lodge Hiva Oa enjoys mesmering Marquesan views.
Le Nuku Hiva by Pearl Resorts, Tahiti
The view from the air when flying into Nuku Hiva is truly breath-taking. Located on the largest of the Marquesan Islands, Le Nuku Hiva by Pearl Resorts sits on the island’s south coast, overlooking the village of Taiohae and the black sand beach of Taiohae Bay.
Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa, Tahiti
Nestled between Opunohu Bay and Cooks Bay on Moorea's north coast, Hilton Moorea enjoys a spectacular setting with a lush green mountain backdrop leading down to the crystal clear waters of the lagoon.
Manava Beach Resort & Spa, Moorea, Tahiti
Located along a stretch of white sand on the island’s magnificent north coast, charming Manava Beach Resort & Spa Moorea is just a 10 minute drive from the airport, 15 minutes from the ferry landing and within easy reach of Moorea’s breathtaking Cook’s Bay.
Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort, Tahiti
Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort sits along the island’s longest and most beautiful white sand beach with far-reaching views towards the island of Tahiti, and with Moorea’s lush green peaks forming a dramatic backdrop.
Hotel Kia Ora, Rangiroa, Tahiti
Dotted along a stretch of white sand on the north side of Rangiroa's vast lagoon, Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa boasts an elegance and refinement unsurpassed in this remote atoll.
Le Taha'a by Pearl Resorts, Tahiti
Facing the island of Taha’a with the distant silhouette of Bora Bora behind, Le Taha'a by Pearl Resorts is an immaculate hideaway, and a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux collection.
Vahine Island, Tahiti
Vahine Private Island hugs the white sands and coconut groves of Motu Tu Vahine (Island of the Woman) at the edge of Taha'a's aquamarine lagoon. This is an intimate hideaway for only a handful of guests, and a member of the esteemed ‘Small Luxury Hotels of the World’ collection.
InterContinental Resort, Tahiti
This delightful oasis on Tahiti’s west coast nestles in 32 acres of tropical gardens on the edge of the island's turquoise lagoon, facing the beautiful island of Moorea. Conveniently located near the airport, InterContinental Resort Tahiti is an ideal place to start or end your Tahitian adventure.
Tahiti Ia Ora Beach Resort by Sofitel
Tahiti Ia Ora Beach Resort by Sofitel (formerly Le Meridien Tahiti) is a contemporary resort boasting stylish spacious rooms with neutral tones, hardwood floors and authentic Polynesian touches.
Hilton Hotel Tahiti
Enjoying a prime location on Papeete's waterfront, Hilton Tahiti Resort boasts elegance and contemporary design whilst embracing the rich heritage of the islands.
The Brando, Tahiti
Picture a quintessential island paradise, and the pristine atoll of Tetiaroa will surpass even the wildest of imaginations. Marlon Brando's private island is now one of the world's most exclusive escapes. This is carefree luxury at its very best.
Ninamu Resort, Tikehau, Tahiti
A secluded islet situated just five minutes by boat from the airport, the island escape of Ninamu is one of Polynesia’s most stunning yet undiscovered gems. Totally off-grid and entirely solar-powered, Ninamu offers a truly rustic Tahitian experience.
Le Tikehau by Pearl Resorts, Tahiti
Nestled on a pink sand beach fringed by a coconut grove, Le Tikehau by Pearl Resorts blends style and elegance with charming simplicity to create true island escapism, with lagoon views to take your breath away.
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