SOUTH SEA SPLENDOR AND AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCES
The InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa is nestled between mountains and a lagoon on a stunning French Polynesian island. Right on the resort grounds is Moorea’s widest range of activities, which include the Moorea Dolphin Center, Bathys Diving Club, tennis, kayaking, outrigger canoeing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, around the island bicycling, and Jeep tours. The Arahurahu Marae temple and the Belvedere scenic point are also worth a visit.
Map & Info
Category: 5 stars
Capacity: 144 rooms
ROOMS & BUNGALOWS
The InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa has 144 luxury rooms and bungalows, including 48 Lanai rooms (2 equipped for the disabled persons), as follows:
- 1 Lanai suite
- 17 garden junioer suite bungalows with private pool
- 17 beach junior suite bungalows
- 11 premium beach junior suite bungalows
- 21 overwater junior suite bungalows
- 29 premium junior suite overwater bungalows
Please note: Not all public areas of the hotel are easily accessible by wheelchair.
RESTAURANTS & BARS
The Fare Nui Restaurant captures the magic of islands, combining culinary delights with stunning ocean views. The light and varied menu of the Fare Hana Restaurant, located by the swimming pool, is served all day long. The Motu Iti Bar, a convivial space next to the swimming pool, features a sunset terrace and is the perfect place to enjoy beautiful sunsets and views of the lagoon.
The InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa is EarthCheck Gold certified, and is the first resort to be in French Polynesia. Each of our resorts also participates in the international Reef Check program and has a “Green Team,” a group of hotel staff members, including the in-house marine biologist/veterinarian, to brainstorm ideas to conserve and protect the environment.
The InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa is also home to the Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Center , serving as a hospital to ill and injured turtles from the surrounding islands, and to the Moorea Dolphin Center , which offers interactive programs with retired American navy bottlenose dolphins in order to educate both tourists and locals. The proceeds are donated to Te Mana o Te Moana to fund marine wildlife research and research grants.
2008 – “Top 10 Australasia & South Pacific,” Readers Spa Awards by Condé Nast Traveller
2009 – “Top 20 Readers’ Choice Awards” by Condé Nast Traveller
2010 – “Top 10 Australia & South Pacific “Readers’ Spa Awards” by Condé Nast Traveller
2010 – “Top 5 Lodges & Resorts in Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific” by Travel + Leisure
2012 –“Top 10 Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific Platinum Hotels” by Celebrated Living
2012 – “Certificate of Excellence” from TripAdvisor
2012 – “French Polynesia’s Leading Resort” in World Travel Awards
2013 – “French Polynesia’s Leading Resort” in World Travel Awards
2013 – “Top 10 Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific Platinum Hotels” by Celebrated Living
2013 – “#1 Bungalow in Tahiti’s Best Bungalows,” Editor’s Choice, Islands Magazine
2014 – “Top 10 Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific Platinum Hotels” by Celebrated Living
2014 – “Top Resorts in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific” in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards
2014 – “#1 Family Hotel in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific” in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards