Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort a five star luxury resort
Moorea is one of French Polynesia's high islands. With a heart-shaped formation, it's no wonder so many people fall in love with the island of Moorea. Home to the world's largest coral reef ecosystems, divers and snorkelers travel here to take in the diverse aquatic life that dwells in the reefs.
When you're in Moorea, you'll quickly notice the pace is a little slower. The island itself is less touristy and more affordable than others, making it an attractive destination to vacationers. Tahitians themselves come here for long weekend getaways, as it's a quick 30-minute ferry ride from Tahiti.
Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort is settled on the edge of a magnificent lagoon, with views over the island of Tahiti. The resort, recently renovated, features 114 luxurious bungalows built over the water, on the beachfront or surrounded by landscaped gardens. Facilities include two excellent restaurants, a bar, a fabulous outdoor swimming pool and day spa. Moorea has one of the worlds most beautiful beaches and a variety of motorized and non-motorized water activities can be arranged for guests.
Benefiting from naturally beautiful surroundings, Sofitel Moorea is ultra-modern and enjoys a spectacular location on the most beautiful, white sandy beach on Moorea. Enjoy exceptional cuisine and elegant presentation at the resort's restaurant K.
LUXURY VILLA with two bedrooms with 1 king size bed, spacious inside and outside living areas. 2,170 square feet in size. Large living room. Amenities including fans, safe, wine cellar, bathroom with rainshower, bathtub and jacuzzi, TV screen, Bose and Nespresso machine
LUXURY OVERWATER BUNGALOW with 1 king size bed. 554 square feet, lagoon view, overwater bungalow, private terrace, sun loungers, direct access to sea - air-conditioning, plasma TV, pay TV, rain shower bathroom and separate WC, no rollaway bed allowed.
SUPERIOR OVERWATER BUNGALOW with 1 king size bed. 330 square feet, overwater bungalow, lagoon view, private terrace, direct access to sea - air-conditioning, plasma TV, pay TV, rain shower bathroom and separate WC, no rollaway bed but existing sofa bed.
BUNGALOW WITH LAGOON VIEW with 1 king size bed. 330 square feet, lagoon view, terrace - air-conditioning, plasma TV, pay TV, rain shower bathroom and separate WC, no rollaway bed but existing sofa bed.
LUXURY BEACH BUNGALOW with 1 king size bed. 501 square feet, lagoon view, direct beach access - air-conditioning, plasma TV, pay TV, rain shower bathroom and separate WC, no rollaway bed allowed.
LUXURY GARDEN BUNGALOW with 1 king size bed. 501 square feet in size. Garden and lagoon view, terrace, hammock - air-conditioning, plasma TV, pay TV, rain shower bathroom and separate WC, no rollaway bed allowed.
Bungalows Priced From $299 USD per room, per night with tax!
The Island of Moorea
While many visit Tahiti for the chance at ultimate privacy, relaxation and down-time, activities on land and lagoon abound. There is something for every preference in one of the safest places in the world.
With so much of Tahitian life influenced by the waters that surround the islands, water activities are common on all islands and resorts. Snorkeling in the glassy blue lagoons is like nowhere else in the world. For the more advanced, scuba diving in deeper areas of the lagoon offers the chance to see greater variety and numbers of aquatic life. Dives at the passes, openings in the reef where ocean water replenishes the enclosed lagoons, provide still more to see and experience. Don't miss the chance at a drift dive, where the current does the work, gently pushing you across a scenic lagoonariums.
On land, there is much to see and do and these activities can provide a true change of scenery from the lagoons. Tahiti's volcanic history created rugged foundations now topped with tropical vegetation. Helicopter tours provide an exhilarating point of view, but to enlist all your senses, set off on hiking trails or hire a guide with an able 4x4 for an off-the-beaten-path adventure. On Moorea, it's possible to hike to one of two peaks and sit inside a naturally occurring circular hole that runs through the peak.
The island offers rental cars, buggies or bicycles in case you want to explore on your own. Find local eateries, roadside stands where fisherman sell their day's catch, or shops where you can learn about the traditions of monoi oil. And if you're in need of gifts or reminders of your Tahitian experience, find a black pearl jeweler and lose yourself in the possibilities.
All pricing above is in US Dollars, per room including tax. Accommodations vary in pricing depending on availability and your travel dates. All pricing is based on availability and subject to change by the supplier at any time. For more information please contact one of our Tahiti Specialists!
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