Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoorea Pearl Resort & Spa Maharepa
We loved this hotel, very quiet beautiful property. Tahiti was expensive, but it was not the fault of the hotel! We walked to the grocery store and brought food and wine back to the pool with no concerns from hotel staff. Would gladly stay here again.
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Kurz bevor wir auf das Cruiseship gingen, haben wir unter uns unter Verwendung sämtlicher Promo-, Rabattcodes etc. der Internethotelplattformen „durchgerungen" eine Nacht in einem Overwaterbungalow auf Moorea zu buchen, da wir um den heutigen Flug nach Auckland zu erreichen nicht genug früh von Bord gehen konnten und der nächste Flug erst ü …
... dance for men...so all in all was quite a fun end of the day. The last two days I moved to another place close to the beach...was a bit outdated but had probably the best view of the lagoon from the balcony :-)
The good: beautiful sea and mountains, friendly mellow people, the food (fish)
The bad: expensive!!!, French opening and closing hours, there ain´t much to on a rainy day
... in the hotel shuttle van with another family. They were massively annoying. Just from eavesdropping their loud conversation we discovered that they were from LA and taking a trip to Bora Bora for their daughters 16th birthday and she was allowed to bring 2 friends...they all flew first class and were complaining about the poor quality of the appetizer they received. This is the type of people that travel here....it was not to be our last encounter with winging ...
... br> After that we had dinner at the Roulets. These are vans which move into the open space each night and set up minicafes to cook and serve great food. Again a new experience but a very enjoyable one. From there it was back to the hotel for a nightcap where we chatted to Sebastian about the British origin of the Olympics. He is very nice and surprisingly down to earth. He had really enjoyed the ceremonies and was looking forward to seeing the competition. This starts tomorrow.