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Excellent stay. Martine was very welcoming. She and her husband did make us feel at home. We booked the Gauguin room, lot of space and a separate bathroom. Very quiet and clean. Too bad the weather was not cooperating, rain the whole day, raining season....More
We had three nights here before boarding a cruise in Papeete. The hosts were excellent and just couldn't do enough for us. We arrived close to midnight and Martine was waiting for us at the door with a lovely cold glass of juice. She provided...More
Arrived early, about 7am and were immediately welcomed. Martines' husband even paid for the cab and put it on our bill. They offered us breakfast and showed us to our rooms immediately as they had been vacant the night before. Our 2 rooms had sliding...More
Response from Martine A, Propriétaire at Maison D'Hotes TutehauResponded 13 January 2018
First 1 thing very important, we can t no more make transfer not because there is business with taxi but because we need now to have licence, so please don t say that , we have and we need taxis like everywhere in...More
I only wish we'd found Martine's place earlier. We stayed elsewhere on our transit from PPT to Moorea and booked Martine's B&B for the day we flew back to NZ. Martine allowed us to store our luggage in advance of our stay and also the...More
Response from Martine A, Directeur général at Maison D'Hotes TutehauResponded 29 October 2017
Thank you very much! we will wait for you for your next trip in French Polynesia!
Martine & Gy
We read that hotels in Papeete were expensive and that the service was poor. We stayed at this B & B and were pleased! The room was modest, but the owner was very helpful. She reviewed our itinerary and suggested changes. She rebooked rental cars...More
Response from staceyrich1 | Reviewed this property |
This answer comes a little late but the names are interchangeable. The word "fare" in Tahitian means house and the word "maison" in French means house. Trip Advisor seems to use the names to mean the same place and I can... More
This answer comes a little late but the names are interchangeable. The word "fare" in Tahitian means house and the word "maison" in French means house. Trip Advisor seems to use the names to mean the same place and I can find no internet page for maison d'hote tutehau. I would assume they are one and the same.
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"Probably the best room is at the rear of the house with a bathroom"