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Le Maitai Polynesia – Bora Bora


Le Maitai Polynesia – Bora Bora is set in lush tropical gardens close to Matira Beach, one of Bora Bora’s most desirable locations. Here, guests will find an excellent value, friendly hospitality, two restaurants and a bar on site, gift shops, and much more. They can also enjoy pure tranquility, an unspoiled natural setting, spectacular sunsets, a gorgeous beach, and a mesmerizingly beautiful turquoise lagoon full of coral, tropical fish, dolphins, turtles, and other fascinating marine life.

Photo Gallery

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Map & Info

Category: 3 stars
Island: Bora Bora
Hotel Management & Services – Maitai Hotels
Capacity: 74 rooms
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Nestled alongside a luxuriant mountain, Le Maitai Polynesia – Bora Bora features 74 air-conditioned rooms and bungalows:

  • 13 overwater bungalows
  • 13 beach bungalows
  • 20 oceanview rooms
  • 28 garden rooms

A meeting place in the morning, the Haere Mai Restaurant presents a Polynesian evening, complete with traditional music and dance. Guests can dine in a traditional Polynesian setting at the Tama’a Maitai beach restaurant, with its ironwood frame and authentic Polynesian roof. The restaurant is set just steps away from the lagoon and is open all day for snacks, burgers, or pizza. In the evening, guests can enjoy more elaborate dinner dishes in a casual atmosphere.

The Manuia bar, surrounded by tropical plants, is a tranquil place to enjoy cocktails and listen to Tahitian music at nightfall.

Le Maitai Polynesia – Bora Bora is EarthCheck Gold certified. Like all of our hotels, it 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, brainstorming ideas to conserve and protect the environment.

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