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Manava Beach Resort & Spa - Moorea

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 August 2012

Very friendly service and good food quality. The rooms are clean, comfortable and good sized. The only problem of this place is that it doesn't have a decent beach. To swim you need to go kayaking inside the lagoon and then swim there.

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GMMooreaPearl, Manager at Manava Beach Resort & Spa - Moorea, responded to this review

We are very pleased to know that you enjoyed your stay with us even if you found our beach too small obviously you will keep good memories of your stay. Thanks to you for choosing our destination. You are right, our beach is not a long and large beach but honestly this is not a remark that we hear often....

Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 25 August 2012

stayed in the overwater bungalows both times. great snorkling right off our balcony. sea turtles, eels, sharks, many fish, octopus. they have had great success with their coral nursaries in the 5 years between the two trips and even the bungalows that are not over deep water get something to see (non-premium, its a 100 upgrade for deep water and...

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Australia
Reviewed 23 August 2012

We left the Manihi Pearl resort (fabulous place) early afternoon and flew to Tahiti , then the ferry to Moorea. We were collected by a tourism bus, but had to pay for that - no free transfers. When we got to reception, we were told to "sit over there". Eventually a lady arrived, got our name and came back some...

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GMMooreaPearl, Manager at Manava Beach Resort & Spa - Moorea, responded to this review

For any reason, it is always difficult to read negative comments, but in order to improve it is important to conceder all the comments. As the general manager of our little Polynesian hotel I don’t understand what could happened with our reception as the procedure is well known and people are well trained for : Out of the bus or...

Neenah, WI
Reviewed 22 August 2012

We loved the Pearl Resort in Moorea. It is very family friendly and within walking distance of the town. Nice accomodations and staff is very friendly. Recommend the jet ski trip and the whale and dolphin trip with Dr. Poole. Drinks are very expensive and not good wine selection. Breakfast buffet is included and is delicious!

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Chatsworth,CA.
Reviewed 21 August 2012

My husand & I spent the first 4 nights of our honeymoon at this resort beginning 6-27-12. Two nights in the garden bungalow and two nights in th owb. Hotel is so beautiful, staff is beyond friendly,management is beyond above par!. It is walking distance to restaurants, a grocery, banks and car/trip rental stand (Alberts). The second half of our...

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Amersham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 August 2012 via mobile

We stayed at the resort for 7 nights in a garden bungalow with plunge pool. Gorgeous rooms and the whole resort is at a top location. There were 2 downsides. The main restaurant is simply not good enough. Scallops not fresh, but frozen as so on. Not at all what is the standard. Further, it seemed very difficult to pry...

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1Thank FrankSmits
Eufaula, Alabama
Reviewed 16 August 2012

This is hands down the most relaxing place my husband and I have stayed at in our travels. We went for two weeks and it was sort of a second honeymoon. Everyone is on their honeymoon there, it seems. lol The coconut that they give to you (all the time and at any time you desire) is unlike any you...

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1Thank daisys4me2
Atlanta, Georgia
Reviewed 13 August 2012

We spent five nights at this resort for our honeymoon and we had a perfect stay from beginning to end. We were upgraded to an overwater bungalow and loved it. The bungalows are very nicely appointed although the deck is not very spacious. You can just jump in the water and go swimming or snorkeling right outside the deck. The...

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3Thank Piolina
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 12 August 2012

to be honest, I'm sure there are many other resorts in Moorea that are more grand and more beautiful than Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, however that comes with a price. Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa is an affordable resort and it's pretty nice. The hotel is clean and the staffs are excellent, they are on top of their things...

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Irvine, California, United States
Reviewed 11 August 2012

If your looking to getaway, this is the hotel to go to, it's smaller and quieter than the other ones, and the snorkeling is the best on the island. The rooms are very nice and everyone on the staff is incredibly friendly and eager to help.

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa nestles on the island shore, just by the village of Maharepa in an ideal location, between the majestic Cook’s Bay and the Gulf of Moorea. It’s very convenient, at just 10 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from the ferry terminal, and with boutiques, restaurants and a small shopping center close at hand. The style of the resort is a tasteful combination of the traditional and the contemporary with a powerful sense of Polynesia. There are 28 over-water bungalows built over the lagoon on piles, 8 more bungalows on the beach and 28 spread through the beautiful grounds with their own private pools and little gardens. The remaining 22 rooms and 8 duplexes of this 94-unit resort are in a small building. Whichever accommodation you choose, you will have air-conditioned comfort (the bungalows also have ceiling fans), an outside terrace, mini-bar, hairdryer, safe, flat-screen television and DVD player, I-pod dock and WiFi. From your hotel base we will be happy to arrange a full range of exciting excursions and activities and of course you can relax at the resort where you’ll enjoy one of the largest infinity pools of the island. Each bungalow has a sunny outside terrace with comfortable loungers. From the over-water ones, there is direct access to the lagoon. The premium over-water bungalows are especially well situated, close to the coral reef ledge so you can immediately swim off and discover a fascinating world of colored fish and exotic corals. Near the over-water bungalows, we have developed our own coral nursery- To’A Nui - a coral regeneration project and part of our commitment to protecting the fragile environment that surrounds us. This site encourages the proliferation of marine life whose beauty is so easily enjoyed with simple snorkeling equipment. You will find a luxurious and convivial resort on a human scale, offering a warm welcome to honeymooners,romantic couples, families, nature lovers and scuba-divers. We have two restaurants - The Mahanai - and the acclaimed gourmet restaurant - The Matiehani. The Autera’a is a perfect terrace bar for sipping your favorite beverage. Other facilities include a bar, two meeting rooms, a boutique and a full range of activities and excursions both on land and on the water. We also have a dive center, a Polynesian tattoo facility and a spa. The Manea Spa specializes in massages and treatments using traditional Polynesian methods and 100% natural products from the island’s flowers and plants, including the famous monoi oils from the coconut palm. Thespa has a hammam, Jacuzzi and the "Rumi Avai" where you can discover the pleasures of our unique aquatic massages. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Manava Beach Resort & Spa - Moorea

Address: BP 3410, Maharepa 98728, French Polynesia (Formerly Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa)
Region: French Polynesia > Society Islands > Moorea > Maharepa
Price Range: $351 - $720 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Manava Beach Resort & Spa - Moorea 4*
Number of rooms: 94
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Moorea Pearl Hotel Maharepa
Moorea Pearl Resort And Spa
Moorea Pearl Maharepa
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