Raiatea Lodge Hotel

Address: BP 680, Raiatea, Society Islands, 98735, French Polynesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on BP 680, Raiatea, is near Marae at Taputaputaea.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRaiatea Lodge Hotel

    Reviewed by freya691

    Thoroughly recommended

    Reviewed Nov 28, 2010
    by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Awesome welcome by Karine & Olivier. Whilst not centrally located in town, it is in a great location overlooking the lagoon about 7 minutes drive from Uturoa. Free kayaks on offer to explore the nearby Island, bikes on offer & a hire car also on offer. The food is terrific & not to be missed. Rooms are comfortable, airconditioned & have balconies. A stay of at least 3 nights would be a must (we only stayed 2 nights and with flight delays 1 day). This was not enough. Great staff and very relaxing.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Raiatea Lodge Hotel

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    Travel Blogs from Raiatea

    A Great Day For All Even Without the Sun

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Nov 03, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... which translates to "faraway heaven," was once the cultural and religious center of the Society Islands. Known in legends as "the homeland," many cultures believe that this is where the great Polynesian migration began, from which large double-hulled sailing canoes set out to colonize Hawaii and New Zealand. The largest of the Leeward Islands, Raiatea is totally surrounded by a reef but has several navigable passes and the only navigable river in French Polynesia. ...

    Mon., Aug.10: Ta'Haa for the day (sea at night)

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Aug 10, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... as not to be impaired and maimed by the metal stick. With his help, and constant supervision -- Skyler, too had managed to peel his first coconut. Taking a breather from watching this activity -- with my stomach growling, I went over to the buffet line, and helped myself to BBQed chicken, corn, beans, and salad. Ok...now it was snorkeling time. I did not see any of the kids.... but that was ok. I knew all of them were doing something they really wanted to do on this ...

    Wed., Aug. 5: Jeep tour around Bora Bora

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... I was squealing with delight. I did it!!!! Wow!!! How cool was that. We sipped on our champagne, until just before 6:00p, when Sebastian was at my door for pick up and transportation to dinner. Tonight is a dinner buffet, with Tahitian show. Food was wonderful -- I was at the Campbell table tonight, and Griffin and I thought their BBQed steak was scrumptious. But for me what took the prize was the bananas/pineapple foster. When the dancers came ...

    Polynesian Culture & Adventure: Raiatea/ Bora Bora

    A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Jun 27, 2015

    16 photos

    ... be all about posh hotels and fine dining, there is another side to this island that still retains its authenticity as with all French Polynesian islands, it just depends what you are looking for. So far, French Polynesia had been a dream of picture perfect views everywhere you look, amazing food, people and history. I was going to continue my journey of Polynesian discovery in Moorea and Huahine before jumping 4000 km eastwards across the South Pacific to Rapa Nui, better known as Easter Island. ...

    Accidents Happen, always have insurance!

    A travel blog entry by marlintravel on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment

    We had a lovely morning on the ship with breakfast al fresco and then went in to town to snoop around. There is not much to shop for on any of the islands and what stuff they do sell is very expensive. So since we were allowed to take our own wine on board we each bought another bottle. These islands are very small and mountainous so most of everything is right near the ...