The resorts on Rangiroa provide the ultimate in romantic seclusion. Below you will find a hotel guide featuring descriptions and reviews of the overwater bungalows, restaurants and spas at each luxury hotel in Taha'a.
A secluded islet located in the distant atoll of Rangiroa, Motu Teta is a private island retreat available exclusively for private rentals. Offering an unparalleled seclusion, Motu Teta allows for the ultimate in relaxation. The main villa and guest residence are the perfect Polynesian oasis and constructed in a classic Tahitian style with hardwood floors and open-air windows, allowing the South Pacific breeze to pervade each room. In addition to having full, private access to the property and water sports equipment, guests of Motu Teta also have their own private chef to prepare their meals and an excursion guide to arrange their daily activities.
Nestled in the heart of a magnificent coconut plantation, the Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa offers its guests a unique, secluded luxury. Completely remodeled in 2011, the property boasts an elegant and refined architecture in perfect harmony with its environment. Its spacious bungalows and villas are situated throughout the coconut grove, positioned along the beach or suspended over the turquoise lagoon. Guest amenities include two gourmet restaurants, an infinity pool, a relaxation spa, a boutique and a fitness center.
Situated in a coconut plantation and dispersed among exotic gardens, Hotel Maitai Rangiroa overlooks Rangiroa's immense lagoon and offers easy access to one of the best diving destinations in the world. The hotel restaurant and bar, Le Lagon Bleu, serves French, International and Polynesian cuisine for lunch and dinner in a charming and traditional Polynesian setting. A weekly activity program welcomes guests to a number of local experiences including Tahitian dance lessons and basket weaving.
Located on its own private island, the secluded Le Sauvage is the perfect place to discover the true essence of Polynesian living in a perfectly preserved setting. This intimate, authentic hotel features five beach bungalows designed with traditional materials such as bamboo and exotic wood. What makes the property even more unique is its limited use of electricity. Guests can experience warm, South Pacific nights with nothing but the stars and a lantern to light their way. Le Sauvage is also equipped with a lounge, bar and restaurant.