Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa Papetoai
Below average customer service, don't expect 5 star!
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We woke up for the sunrise and it was beautiful but behind the clouds on the horizon. The water looks so clear and you can see forever. Our neighbor in the next bungalow said he saw some rays and a few sharks last night. We ended up seeing a ray go under our living room about an hour later. We went for breakfast after sitting around for a little …
High heat, sun and humidity - time to relax and rest in our villa with plunge pool. We also snorkelled and went to sea on a Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards. We viewed the black top sharks lit up at night under the Creparia restaurant watched a Polynesian dance show (fortunately we were not dragged up this time). Sim went diving with black tip sharks …
... dinner at 8.15pm with Chris and Barnsey.
Everyone on-board is getting excited because when we wake up tomorrow morning, we will be in Tahiti. I never in my wildest dreams imagined that one day I would visit Tahiti. I remember the television ad years ago for Cussons Imperial soap where the lady is in a soapy bath on her private jet, and clicks the seatbelt on her bar of Cussons soap and says to the pilot – ‘Tahiti ...
The relaxing part of my trip has now started. One week on Tahiti. I will do nothing more here then relaxing and trying to learn surfing. The lodge where I rented a room is really nice and empty. I'm the only visitor here at the moment as the other person, a German as well is leaving later. So it will be really ...
... coral reefs. Within the first 100 yards we found an interesting outcrop where another tourist was busy photographing the reef, and we noticed some wildlife perking it's head out. No, it wasn't a tropical fish, it was a massive Moray Eel!! These things are aggressive and have very prominent teeth. Unfortunately, we did not get any good pictures since it was just below the surface, and We could not get my GoPro in the water long enough to snap a ...