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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Sunday March 27, 2016
An entry about today, Easter Sunday 2016.
We would highly recommend a stay in an Over the Water Bungalow!
And,Tahiti, is the perfect place to experience it.
Must admit it IS very hot and humid!
The islands are very green, lush and tropical.
Another entry will show more of that, but for …
First impressions of the Moorea Pearl are good. Welcomed into a cooling lobby with cold towels and a cocktail. It's not yet 8am and we are still in our travelling clothes, tired and hot. What an Oasis! Check in is quick and efficient, although our room won't be ready until around 10am. So we spent this time chatting to Nav, Benishe, Dave and Vicky …
... to eat: tuna tartar with rice and pineapple for Amanda and a hamburger bourgoise with potato cakes rather than bread for me. At the airport we rearranged our bags and checked in. At security I was the one whose turn it was to be doubly checked out. The security guy ran his gloved hands over bits of my clothing, my hands and my bag. Then he did a test on the gloves to see if I had handled drugs or explosives, or whatever. A quick drink to use up ...
... I'm sorry - to me they just looked extremely funny!!)...but I admired their 'free spirit' in being able to do that!!...I wonder if I'll ever be able to venture out of my inhibitions to try this out???!!...it might be quite 'liberating' ( literally and figuratively ??). So did lots of walking around this important port/ hub of Polynesian public and private governmental buildings - as well as the having the residence of the French High Commissioner/ Presidence. Nice landscaped gardens ...
... br> Visibilty was tricky, but I had my eyes pealed for a suitable restaurant which might be open. This was Sunday, so a lot of places were shut.
yay I found one open and it was near the Gaugin museum.
We found out a bit later that it was in fact closed for renovations, The surroundings were so nice, with blue waters right outside our window and waving palms in the background.
The food when it came was pretty ...