Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My husband and I spent a very relaxing week here. It was great to get away from the crowds and relax, swim, read and eat in a sunny warm tropical place. Our room was very quiet, large and clean with balcony and sea views. Well serviced daily with clean towels etc. Complimentary tahitian pearl voucher was appreciated - I learnt about pearls, how they are graded etc and came home with a lovely wee pearl as souvenir. Staff were friendly and almost all spoke good English or were able to understand our requests at least. The food at the restaurant was amazing. Lots of choices and beautifully presented. They have two Island nights Polynesian and the Highlight for us was the Marquesian Night. The dancing, singing, music and drums were amazing and we had great fun when pulled up to dance with them. The mens only dance especially was hilarious to watch. Great pool - We didn't mind watching the locals come and have a session on the water bikes - spin class - also the kids swimming club. Great entertainment and plenty of room for everyone. Good wee local shops at resort - or free transport to city 10 mins away. Whilst the sea was a bit rough for me to swim in more than once - the black sand beach was lovely to walk along and at night to listen to the waves crashing on the beach was soothing. Would definitely recommend if you want a cheaper option than Bora Bora and just need a week to chill out and rest.
The reception we received after our day of flying from Sydney was very welcoming and efficient. Our room was on a premium level with a balcony overlooking the black sand beach and a view of Moorea. The room was large and had a very comfortable king size bed. It was clean and well maintained. The swimming pool was a good size set in a picturesque spot.
We spent two nights at this hotel prior to joining a cruise. We arrived in the dark after a flight from LA. The hotel is about fifteen minutes drive from the airport. A welcome cold drink would have been good. We were given instructions on how to get to the room. It was a large room....with a welcome greeting on the bed in bamboo and petals. The bed was large and comfortable with good linens. Good a.c. as well. The bathroom was also big with sliding doors. Plenty of towels, hot water with minimal toiletries. There were tea and coffee making facilities with free bottled water. There was a TV but all channels were French. There was also a safe and free wifi. There was a large balcony with sea views and a table and chairs. There wasn't anywhere to hang wet swim wear though. They operate a towel card exchange system which worked well for us. Breakfast was included and we ate in a shaded outside area overlooking the sea which was idyllic. The food was excellent, well prepared, fresh and constantly replenished.there was something to suit everyone's taste. The pool and pool area were beautiful....well maintained and clean. One day there were lots of families and children who were very noisy and had glasses in the pool and were picknicking on the grass. The next day it was peaceful and calm again and we could relax and enjoy the pool area. We had an evening meal at the hotel....burger and chips which was ok....other food looked better. They provided entertainment and we saw Polynesian dancers which was lovely. They provide a free shuttle into Papeete which was handy. Staff are excellent and helpful. There are a few shops at the hotel as well. We really enjoyed our stay at the hotel.
We had a few hiccups with our reservation having booked through expedia and had conflicting information to the hotel staff, but the issues were very well resolved by lovely and helpful staff and it did not detract from our stay.. The room was clean and modern and had amazing views over the ocean. Considering the price of its competitors I think it was fantastic. I would definitely recommend a car hire for some or all of your stay. We booked through the Avis office in the resort and the price was very good, not inflated above the internet price.
The Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort is beautiful and it made our stay as pleasant as possible. The rooms are spacious, clean and well-furnished, with a balcony that overlooks the sea and beach. It's dreamy! The staff were all extremely pleasant and always helpful. They always had a smile and a cheerful greeting. The food was amazing and so delicious. The pool is beautiful and perfect for swimmers and non-swimmer children. The beach was wonderfully accessible and the surf was mild. The tour operator was very helpful and knowledgeable. The whole atmosphere was warmly Tahitian!
We arrived after midnight and were yaken to our lovely welcoming room and went to bed listening to the waves crashing .. woke up the next morning to the most beautiful view over the black sand We had 3 nights here, parking our hire car was no trouble on site and the resort is beautiful. Each evening was spent watching the sunset whilst enjoying a cocktail at the bar. We ate at the restaurant on the last night which was a really delicious meal too ... i wish we had come back for our last night after our cruise before we flew but we stayed elsewhere and were really disappointed, it just didnt measure up to our stay here Highly recommend here - lovely big rooms, very comfy beds and lovely decor ... the spa in our room was also very nice too
We finished our Tahiti cruise and the cruise line put us to stay at this hotel for half a day before of our departure to Papeete International Airport. We found that the Reception Staff was not too efficient to speed up the process of guests' checking in. After we finished registered at the Reception Desk, the staff told us to wait in the Lobby to get room assignment. When our tour group finished with the registration, we saw many of our tour group guests already got their keys to their rooms and a few of us still waiting at the Lobby to get our room assignment. Finally I went up to the Front Desk and asked for our room assignment then they gave us our keys to the room. We have to carry our luggage to the room by ourselves. The room itself was spacious which has a nice ocean view, it is more like a suite because it has a living room which has a bedroom at the back of the room, in the middle of the room was a bathroom connected with the bedroom and the living room. The lighting inside the living room was so deemed after sunset, you can hardly see anything inside the living room. I was so tired when I arrived at the hotel then I took a nap inside the bedroom but I heard someone banging something in the room right above the bedroom and it was so noisy and I couldn't sleep at all. I called the Front Desk and asked them to tell the repair man upstairs to stop banging in the bedroom. It stopped for about 5 mins. then the noise started again and I have to call the Front Desk 6 times before the man finally stopped his work. It was very frustrating that their staff do not have any consideration for their guests who are staying in the room with some privacy. This will be my last time staying at this hotel because it is not up to a nice resort standard. The hotel beach and grounds are beautiful but the room itself has old furniture and poor lightings which need to be renovate ASAP.
We arrived in Tahiti late at night and were very pleased to check-in to our spacious mini-suite with beds also made up for our two children. Dark, cool wood tones, giant bathroom with two w/cs, good wifi in the room and a large balcony. In the morning, we woke late and opened the curtains to a gorgeous view of sparkling blue waters and the outline of Mo'orea in the distance. Due to a spot of jet-lag, we were late down to breakfast - no problem - we were well catered for. We had a quick look at the black sand beach and a swim in the lovely pool before we checked out, on our way to Mo'orea. It was a lovely stop-over accomodation and we easily could have spent a few days here. One small point - We were a bit disappointed that the promised "free area shuttle" does not run on Sundays so we had to shell out for a taxi to the ferry port ourselves which was an unexpected expense. Also, be aware, that the ferries to Mo'orea are few and far between on Sundays.
Very Rustic and Tropical, with lovely black sand beach. A great pool looking over the cliff to the ocean, easy walk down to the beach and not very crowded at all. I think it's a nice resort for a day or two but I wouldn't stay too long at one spot in Tahiti..... the other islands are so different since they are in lagoons and tahiti is in the open ocean.
We only stayed for a stopover, but our short stay was really lovely. The hotel is huge though, we got lost. Our room was a 2 story ocean view on the top floor and very roomy with both floors showcasing an amazing amount of room to lounge on sunset evenings. Heaps of lounging and outdoor furniture to relax in private with. The staff here are fabulous, professional and very welcoming. The infinity pool is lovely and the peaceful dining right by the black sand beach and lagoon is so special. A free shuttle takes you into Papeete about 15 mins drive away twice a day which is very convenient. Tahiti is an amazing place!
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located within a mile (2 km) of James Norman Hall Home, Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort is within 2 miles (3 km) of Tomb of King Pomare V. This 91-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. On the beach, the hotel is also close to Pointe Venus Lighthouse and Black Sand Beach.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with breakfast, served for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort 's 91 air-conditioned rooms provide furnished balconies, minibars, and coffee makers. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones.
At Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort , guests enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free area shuttle. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a spa tub, free WiFi in public areas, and a 24-hour business center.
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60% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 574 reviews