Pristine and untouched, Tetiaroa is renowned for its beauty and most famous for its legendary owner, Marlon Brando. In 1965, Brando fell in love with the island of Tetiaroa while filming “Mutiny on the Bounty”. A fervent environmental advocate, Brando shared a joint vision with Richard Bailey, owner of several luxury resorts in French Polynesia, to develop an environmentally sustainable resort. Today, this vision has resulted in the opening of the eco-friendly resort known simply as “The Brando”.
Surrounded by a protective coral reef with no opening to the sea, Tetiaroa’s lagoons are warmer than any other place in French Polynesia and serve as a natural aquarium that encompasses some of the richest marine habitats in the world. Only a short 15-minute flight from the island of Tahiti, this jewel is a 4.5 mile-wide atoll consisting of twelve motus.Thirty-five luxury villas are nestled along the beachfront – each with private plunge pool. All villas are self-sustaining with renewable sources of non-fossil fuel energy and the resort is expected to achieve LEED Platinum certification. An all-inclusive experience, guests can choose to dine at the Brando’s two restaurants, lounge or bar. Room service is available 24 hours a day where you can enjoy a meal in the privacy of your villa indoors, on your private deck, or al fresco on your patio. Daily complimentary services include one excursion per person and one a spa treatment per villa.
Location: Motu Onetahi
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Number of Units: 35