Long the island’s top resort, InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is the perfect place to begin a visit to French Polynesia! While at the resort, guests can enjoy the Bathys Diving Center, Lagoonarium, private beach, two pools, tennis courts, and 30 acres of private gardens. Plus, Papeete’s museums, shops, galleries, market, and nightclubs are just a short distance away.
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Category: 5 stars
Capacity: 258 units
ROOMS AND BUNGALOWS
The InterContinental Tahiti Resort’s 258 units include overwater bungalows and a three-story building, encompassing:
- 18 standard rooms
- 62 garden view rooms (1 equipped for the disabled persons)
- 86 lagoon rooms
- 60 panoramic view rooms
- 16 overwater motu bungalows
- 14 overwater lagoon junior suite bungalows
- 1 panoramic suite
- 1 overwater motu villa
RESTAURANTS & BARS
The hotel’s two restaurants offer culinary French, international, and Polynesian cuisines. The Tiare Restaurant, arranged as an amphitheatre with an open kitchen, features an authentic Polynesian design. With theme evenings every week, this restaurant is well-known for its wonderful Polynesian dinner dance shows.
The hotel’s overwater gourmet restaurant, Le Lotus, is located in a dream-like setting near the sand-bottom swimming pool, revealing a beautiful view of Moorea. In this elegant and intimate atmosphere, guests can enjoy our gourmet menus and a selection of fine French wines..
For relaxation in a bar setting, the Tiki Bar is open on weekends and is renowned for its musical animations. Finally, the Lotus bar and the Lobby bar are perfect for late arrivals and early check-outs.
The InterContinental Tahiti Resort is an active member of the IHG Green Engage program. 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.
2013 – “#1 Affordable Bungalows” by Destination Weddings & Honeymoons
2013 – “World’s Best Awards” by Travel + Leisure