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Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa

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Welcome ! Ia Orana e Maeva !Part of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux collection,” Le Taha’a Island Resort and Spa “ welcomes you to a world of immaculate beauty, a timeless universe of refined authenticity. Located on the secluded Motu Tautau, facing the island of Taha’a on one side and the most perfect view of Bora Bora on the other side, the resort, inspired by traditional Polynesian architecture and style, hosts 60 remarkable suites and villas.Defined by the Relais & Chateaux philosophy, Le Taha’a is the promise of a total change of scenery, a way of life of its own, in harmony with its preserved environment, people and local culture.Welcome to Le Taha’a world… The ultimate Tahitian hideaway…
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Room service
Free Internet
Airport transportation
Breakfast Available
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Outdoor pool
Shuttle Bus Service
Tennis Court
Wheelchair Access
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Accessible rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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We visited the Le Tahaa Resort as part of a three island, milestone anniversary trip. We started in Moorea (I have a separate post for Hilton Moorea), went to Bora Bora (I have a separate post for InterContinental Thalasso), and finished in Tahaa. I am glad we saw all three
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I will say that our overwater bungalow was absolutely fantastic! The staff was amazing! From check in to check out they were fully accommodating and went above and beyond. I will say, we struggled slightly with English communication to French since we don't speak French with
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We just returned from a wonderful trip to Tahiti. Le Taha’a Resort was our first stop for 3 nights. The resort and employees were amazing. We loved our over water bungalow that had glass cabinet at the end of the bed that opened to the water. We could feed the fish from our
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This hotel location takes a while to get to, but it’s very worth all the effort! The private Motu is amazing, we loved the coral garden, and the overwater bungalow. I brought a blow up raft and rope and it worked great, I floated around right outside our door for hours, it was
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Response from GMLETAHAA, Directeur général at Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa
Responded 5 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to write such a good review and for having recommended us. We are glad you were able to enjoy the coral garden, our beautiful lagoon, and the tour in Taha'a! We hope to see you again soon in paradise. Mauruuru Roa, Noémie Lafite - Guest Relations Manager
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Le Tahaa Island Resort is a wonderful and magical resort with outstanding friendly staff. We stayed for one full week (6 nights) during Valentine's Day Week. Is it expensive? Yes, but we found a great deal (stay 2 nights get 1 night free) on Expedia so why not? After spending
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I'm not allowed to paste a URL here, but Google "Le Taha'a resort map". You'll find a diagram that shows the sections of OWBs labeled K, I, M, H and J. If you rotate the map 90 degrees counter-clockwise (so that the boat pier juts out to the right), you will see which OWBs face west and northwest. The "J" section are the Bora Bora OWBs that face north -northwest and the "I: bungalows are the "sunset" bungalows, which face west. The J and I bungalows should all give you sunset views. We were in OWB #40 ("M" section, southern Taha'a view), and it was near the end of the pontoon where the water was about 4' deep. Perfect for swimming.
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Go to their website and you’ll see Contact information to email them. Tell them you want to discuss honeymoon options at Le Tahaa. The staff are excellent. We honeymooned there three years ago and have now made it annual tradition to go back every year. I’m also a professional travel advisor and it’s one of the best places for my clients going to French Polynesia.
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Take a tour of the island of Taha'a (we loved Arii Moana Tours. You can find them here in TripAdvisor). Also, the drift snorkeling in the coral garden right off Le Taha'a resort is a major attraction in itself. You can also do what we did and spend a day on the island of Raiatea, which is where the airport is anyway. You can rent a car for just a half day and drive down to Marae Taputapuatea, the most sacred site in the entire Polynesian triangle. If you get bored easily, spend a few days on Bora Bora first, then fly from there to Raiatea and get picked up by Le Taha'a and spend just 3 nights there. There is no boat or ferry that runs between the two islands, though.
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They have a beautiful sand beach where you can just lay back and enjoy the amazing views. The water is about knee high so you could wade in the water for a distance. There is also a reef for snorkeling a short distance from the beach which is a M U S T , the most amazing fish crystal clear water and the current simply takes you for a swim Enjoy
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Hotel staff told us it’s not that of a difference. We stayed 3 nights, only had time for breakfast on the last day, otherwise too busy with snorkeling / excursions. We also ate at the restaurant for dinner only once - rest of the time we ordered room delivery. I’m often exhausted and sleepy at the end of the day, so I would prefer waiting for my food to arrive in my bathrobe than having to dress to go to a restaurant. An appetizer is between 2300-3000XPF, a main is between 3500-6000XPF, a dessert is around 1900xpf. Lunch at La Plage is great, about 2300-3000xpf for appetizer, 3000xpf for sandwich, 4000 for main. However, they have lobster / whole fish for grill on Monday and Thursday noon. A whole lobster at 1.45kg for 2 was around 12500XPF. A fresh coconut from the beach bar was 1500xpf - must be the most expensive coconut I’ve ever had in my travels around the world. about water - bottled sparkling water was 890xpf per bottle. We don’t drink alcohol so I don’t remember wine cost.
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"we loved our Bora Bora view overwater bungalow"
"The end of pontoon rooms provide more privacy"
"Sunset is great, all rooms have a great view."
"beach bungalow was our favorite"
"All OWB are incredible."
USD 747 - USD 1,274 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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