Aito Apartments Muri

Address: Rarotonga, Muri, Rarotonga, Southern Cook Islands, 3065, Cook Islands | Condo
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This condo, located on Rarotonga, Muri, is near One Foot Island, Teking Lagoon Cruises, Coconut Tours, and National Museum of the Cook Islands.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAito Apartments Muri

      Reviewed by shaplandtracker

      Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful - stay there

      Reviewed Jan 13, 2011
      by (17 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      We stayed at four separate places whilst in the Cook Islands and Aito punched way above its weight when it came to value for money.
      The appartment was spacious, clean, comfortable and well thought out but above all that the hospitality of the owners was incredible.
      Jean-Marc and Mere could not have been more thoughtful, they really put thought into the way they care for their guests - I would be amazed if there are better run apartments anywhere else on the island.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

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      Travel Blogs from Muri

      Culture Vultures

      A travel blog entry by dg069 on Jul 28, 2014

      As if we didn't have enough car hire adventures.
      Barry had arranged to hire a BMW convertible for the day. So off he goes to full of enthusiasm in view of our previous experience. When he arrived the "customer service" person looked at the paperwork and frowned, then said 'are you sure you are at the right place?' Luckily he had the printed paperwork with the letterhead and address details. 'We don't have that sort of car'. So Barry persisted and finally ...

      First day in the beautiful and welcoming Cooks

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jun 22, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... area overlooks the beach and the lagoon and there is great swimming and snorkelling on hand.

      After breakfasting on fruit and cereal we went out to explore. As the Championships do not start officially until Monday evening we have two days to explore the island. The easiest way is to hire a car and that is what we did. We then drove back into the main town and capital Avarua. On Saturdays they have a market. ...

      South Pacific

      A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on May 12, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... anti-clockwise around the island. The
      bus drivers have kept us entertained acting as informal tourist guides and even
      serenading us with Beatles songs.

      The past week we have spent our time relaxing in the lovely
      bungalow gardens, going to the local market and exploring Avarua the main town
      but most of all lounging in the sun listening to the breakers on the reef
      whilst sipping a cold beer and reading a book or in ...

      Made it to Rarotonga!

      A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 15, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... parking lot. There we were picked up a few moments later by a shuttle bus and transported to the airport.

      Not much to say about the flight to Auckland or the next one, to Rarotonga, except the second flight was delayed and we were 20 minutes late landing. It was fine though--gave us time to watch movies. I saw all of "12 Years a Slave" and part of "Philomena" before we reached our final destination. Also were served breakfast of eggs, potatoes, and one big ...

      Four days to cook

      A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Mar 07, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... sacked front seat of the car belonging to a lady called June.

      She told me she was a war baby born here to an Islander and an American soldier who had died when she was 1. Raised by her grandparents she’d been to London once to fight for her famiy’s land. A 1903 decree stated the land was theirs but their name had been crossed out. ‘Perhaps the Judge made a mistake’ was the reply of the court, or perhaps any number of interested parties put ...