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I have been at this hotel in July 2018. The reception is fine and the persons are kind and helpful. The room is nice and clean. As written in the title the hotel has a very good price-to-quality ratio. Nevertheless, the beach is not very...More
Lovely beach vacation in Bora Bora right on the beach. We had fabulous cabanas right over the water. Easy access to the beach and good water activities. Easy docks for water event boarding. Nice complementary breakfast.
We had an excellent lunch of fresh fish - sashimi and Indian curry shrimp. The food is outstanding, the drinks - local beer on tap - and the view cannot be beat in French Polynesia. Following our tried and true schedule, we ate the lunch...More
What a great place. Sure is expensive in Bora Bora but this is an excellent place and a good value respectively. Great view and awesome experience from our bungalow over the water. There is a small beach area with kayaks available as well. If we...More
This was our return trip to Bora Bora and to Mai Tai. This time we had an overwater bungalow. It was great. I can’t recommend this hotel enough. The staff is friendly and helpful. The hotel is in the perfect location so we could walk...More
It all depends on what you're planning to do and where you're planning to eat. You can book excursions ahead of time and pay for those by credit card, so you'd just need cash for buying things at the local market (wine... More
It all depends on what you're planning to do and where you're planning to eat. You can book excursions ahead of time and pay for those by credit card, so you'd just need cash for buying things at the local market (wine, beer, snacks, a baguette or croissants for breakfast?) or eating at the great little "snack" restaurants on Matira Beach (about $30 per person for lunch and a beer or cocktail). Also, a lot of places--even the local buses and taxis--accept U.S. dollars, so if you run out of XPF, use dollars. And don't bring a lot of cash and exchange it. Instead, use an ATM when you get to Papeete or Vaitape. The local bank will charge a fee and your U.S. bank will charge a fee, but if you take out 30,000 xpf (about US$300, then at least that fee is spread out over a larger amount so that gives you a good exchange rate.