Moorea 4-star water villas with a glass floor sea life viewing area for US$459 per night
A beautiful island surrounded by clear ocean with plentiful sea life, Moorea continues to serve as a top choice for travelers from around the world. This island allows guests to not only enjoy an overwater bungalow experience but also the availability of multiple land activities that are hard to find when staying on a far removed island elsewhere. In fact, guests on Moorea have access to the entire island, not just the property of their chosen resort. This means that your stay can be filled with shops, restaurants, excursions (both land and sea) and hikes to viewpoints.
Those who are wishing for all this at a lower price will find perfection in the Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa where rooms start off at only US$459 per night for two people. This price allows guests to have a little more spending money to help them enjoy the many activities that Moorea proudly offers.
A water villa at the Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa for US$459 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
A stay at the Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa proves that you don’t have to spend US$1,000+ a night for a South Pacific overwater vacation. In fact, during the month of June, you’ll find yourself paying half that each night for two people. This is a great deal for those who have been dreaming of visiting but has delayed a trip due to their budget. At this resort you’ll find great rooms, views and amenities at a great price.
Large rooms with a glass floor viewing area
A small resort with only 28 different overwater bungalows to choose from, 20 of which are in the premium class, the Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa offers privacy that may be hard to find at other resorts. Within each room you’ll find a king size bed and a single bed, Wi-Fi access, an entertainment system made up of a 26″ flat screen TV, DVD/CD player and satellite channels. You’ll also find a mini-bar (on request), air conditioning, a ceiling fan and large windows letting in a consist stream of natural light.
Perhaps most popular is the glass floor cutout in each room that allows for ocean life viewing without having to jump into the water. Second favorite might be the sundeck that offers direct access into the ocean via a wooden staircase.
Scuba diving, snorkeling and more
The amenities don’t end with the rooms, in fact, the entire resort plays home to a number of different things to see and do, both on land and in the ocean. Those who love the water will find enjoyment in the scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities available. Snorkel gear is even free to rent, making the need to pack your own gear nonexistent. Guests will also find water skiing, jet skis, parasailing, deep sea fishing and dolphin and whale watching tours.
Back on land, guests will find horseback riding, volleyball, badminton, a jacuzzi, table tennis and an infinity pool to relax in. For more relaxation, guests an enjoy the on-site Manea Spa where a steam bath, massages, a special pool and rain shower room are available. There are also a few restaurants and a bar on-site in addition to room service that is available for use during the day.