Have a hankering for a real Polynesian tattoo? This is your place. The resort’s own tattoo artist is available every day except Sunday to give you some ink, either in your room or at his poolside studio. That’s not the only thing that genuine around here: decor takes its lead from the local aesthetic, making it feel much more authentic than many other surrounding resorts. Of the facility’s 94 rooms, 28 are overwater and all are in stunning surroundings.
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews for Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa:
Ranked #2 of 3 hotels in Maharepa
“Intimate and Luxurious Resort”
“Great location in Moorea”
The Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa is beautifully set along the north shore of the island of Moorea, which is only 11 miles (17km) from Tahiti itself.
The Moorea Pearl resort offers 28 overwater bungalows, each with an identical design and furnishings. The premium bungalows are designated by view and location, but all of the overwater bungalows are of luxury standard.
8 Overwater Bungalows
20 Premium Overwater bungalows
- Beds: 1 king size bed + 1 single bed
- Area: Area: 517 sq.ft. (48 m²)
- Wi-Fi: Yes
- Entertainment system: Satellite 26′ flat screen TV + DVD/CD player
- Special features: Glass floor cutout so you can observe the sea life from inside the bungalow, Air conditioning, ceiling fan, mini-bar (on request), Sundeck with direct access to the lagoon, bathtub, in-room safe
Starting at US$431 per night in low season, online discounts are often available
Restaurants and bars
- The Mahana’i Restaurant
- Matiehani Restaurant
- Autera’a Bar
- Room service: 6:30am to 9:30pm
- On-site diving center
- Polynesian tattoos
- Infinity pool
- Free snorkelling gear rental
- Table tennis
Manea Spa follows in the Polynesian traditions and features a steam bath, 3 massage tables, a special pool for aquatic massages, and a rain shower room.
- Deep-sea fishing
- Scuba diving (on-site)
- Water skiing
- Jet skis
- Dolphin and whale watching
- Horseback riding
- Circle island tour
In order to reach the Moorea Pearl Resort you have to fly to Tahiti and then take a very short flight to Moorea Airport, which is fairly close to the resort. If you happen to be elsewhere in Tahiti already you can arrive by a 1-hour ferry ride and then a taxi from the ferry dock.