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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:   July 26, 2018 3:32AM
 
Review:   Beautiful hotel. Has its own beach with reef so constant surf. Nice restaurants. Breakfast was amazing. Nicest staff ever!
 
Author:   Leslie Battell
 
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Review date:   August 1, 2018 3:27PM
 
Review:   The resort seems unstaffed which causes the service to be slow. The resort is underwhelming for it's star rating. It redeems itself with excellent local snorkeling and the resort, however be warned the current is extremely strong in some areas. A good place to stay for a night or two to get used to the time change, however I would not stay here for a full trip.
 
Author:   Matthew Turner
 
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Review date:   March 13, 2018 11:41PM
 
Review:   A luxurious hotel with all the amenities you would expect. Every room (I think) has a view out to the ocean and pool. The beach is sandy with great snorkeling reefs close. Great kayaking in a safe lagoon.
 
Author:   briley11
 
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Review date:   July 29, 2018 5:24PM
 
Review:   A nice place. 4 star. Some glitches. Customer service ok.
 
Author:   Linda Tesar-Amimoto
 
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Review date:   June 26, 2018 12:34PM
 
Review:   This property has major issues. I have ambassador status with SPG, so I travel A LOT and have been blessed to stay in many nice hotels. I stayed at the LeMeridien Tahiti twice in Dec 2017 (on the way to Bora Bora and on the return) and refuse to ever return. The grounds are nice, but the staff are rude and not helpful, with exception of a nice female intern from France. I literally had to put out a fire that one of the employees started by a cigarette that he carelessly threw out on the ground by the pool. It was impossible to get anyone on the phone for room service or to ask for assistance. There were BED BUGS in our room and literally nothing was done about it, no compensation, just "oh, sorry". Do yourself a favor and stay elsewhere! We were miserable!
 
Author:   Sophia Koen
 
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