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Le Meridien Tahiti

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Lagoon and overwater bungalows at sunset


 
 
 
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Lagoon and overwater bungalows at sunset - Le Meridien Tahiti. Copyright Michael Cottam.

Le Meridien Tahiti is a modern and luxurious resort offering you the opportunity to awaken each of your senses. The resort offers an unique experience at the edge of a lagoon on one of the island's most beautiful white sandy beaches.



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Overview



Located along a lagoon on the most beautiful and unique white sandy beach of Tahiti, this authentic resort has been entirely redesigned in 2010.

Perfectly integrated into the luxuriant vegetation of the island, Le Meridien Tahiti reveals its large contemporary rooms, inviting open air lobby and refined restaurants and bars in a stylish relaxed atmosphere.

The resort features colorful standard rooms overlooking lush gardens, contemporary yet chic guest rooms with endless views on the crystal clear lagoon, spacious junior and senior suites with large open terraces, and exclusive Polynesian-style overwater bungalows – all with full facilities, ie: 'le Meridien Beds', flat screen TV, wifi, minibar. Le Carré, gourmet restaurant, offers delightful and creative cuisine. La Plantation restaurant proposes a variety of Polynesian and international specialties.

Travel Agent Reviews




Review date:   May 19, 2013 2:45PM
 
Review:   Recommended for: Couples, families

Pros: Dramatic entrance architecture. Wonderful sunsets. Impressive Polynesian live shows.

Cons: If you're just staying 1 night, before heading to the outer islands (as many people do), it's a fair drive from the core of Papeete.

 
Travel Agent:  
Michael Cottam, Bright Yonder   Michael Cottam
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Review date:   February 4, 2018 5:25PM
 
Review:   Nice facilities. A little pricey, but welcome to Tahiti! The hotel has a great Tahitian dance program every Friday night that is VERY worth seeing. On the first Saturday of the month they have a fire dance program. Not as polished as the Friday night program but who doesn't like to see fire dances performed by 12 year olds! That was not a typo... Room was late and bathroom well appointed. Uses the 2 prong plugs common in Europe. So bring an adapter. Pool has a Sandy bottom and beach all around it. So it looks and feels like the ocean Beach... Only with fresh water. Kind of nice.
 
Author:   Donald Hales
 
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Review date:   January 18, 2018 10:28PM
 
Review:   Here in the off season. Quiet. Very comfortable. Beautiful grounds. Excellent breakfast. Almost ready for an update / remodel. Staff are friendly and efficient.
 
Author:   Robert Schaevitz
 
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Review date:   January 21, 2018 7:48PM
 
Review:   This hotel has beautiful grounds, nice sized rooms with great views, and is in a decent location, but it is in need of a major renovation. The rooms are dated and the over the water bungalows are closed and appear to be crumbling. It isn't a bad stop for a day or two before moving on to one of the other French Polynesian islands, but is probably not somewhere that you'd you want to be for an entire week.
 
Author:   Heather M
 
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Review date:   February 19, 2018 1:39AM
 
Review:   Has all the amenities. Just some limited hours but better hours than the local economy.
 
Author:   MIKE WAITS
 
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Review date:   January 18, 2018 3:38AM
 
Review:   Great, friendly, and helpful staff. The hotel rooms are hotel rooms, so it is what it is. They can help you catch tours and other things, and can help you get a rental where the rental agency picks you up from the hotel, and then you can park the car at the hotel and they will pick-up. There is are dancers on Saturday night, and you can just grab a drink at the bar overlooking the diners instead of spending the $100 per person on the meal. The happy hour at the beach bar is Americano style bar food and the drinks are half off, the drinks are still pricey, but live a little. You can get kayaks, snorkeling gear, and other outdoor activity items near the pool. All around you could stick around the place and not be bored, but there are also some good places to ear in the shopping center. Chez Remy, the patisserie, and let Nemo are good food options. We also loaded up at the super market that has some fresh fish options for cheaper eating. There are other great things to do around the island, but I am only reviewing the hotel.
 
Author:   Mathew Kuehl
 
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