Moorea 4-star water villas with a spa and diving center for US$1377 per night
With each passing year, Moorea’s popularity continues to grow with it now being viewed as one of the best islands for both modest and expensive accommodations. Though visitors do stay in and enjoy the several on land stay options, most prefer to spend their time enjoying the view from the deck or bed in their very own private overwater bungalow. In fact, Moorea is home to a variety of water villa choices with rooms ranging in size, location, amenities offered and views of both the ocean and island itself. Some rooms are focused at the end of a wooden pathway while others are closer to land, with some placed both on land and over the water, creating a balance between two different types of room choices.
Those seeking rooms placed over the water that offer high class amenities both throughout the resort and within the rooms who aren’t afraid to pay for luxury will find a best friend in the InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa. Here guests will be able to fill their days with a mixture of spa treatments and adventurous activities that will create lasting memories. With overwater rooms starting at US$1,377 per night for two people, this resort is a fantastic choice for the romantically inclined and adventurous couple.
A water villa at the InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa for US$1,377 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
Although over the $1,000 a night range, this deal is lower than a few other nearby resorts and is reasonably priced for the time of year. This means that travelers will not only get to enjoy the best that the island of Moorea has to offer while escaping the cold, but will get to do so for a lower high season rate per night. With that said, these rooms fill up quickly due to location, weather, amenities and the rooms themselves, meaning that you’ll want to book your particular room choice at the InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa as soon as flight plans are in place.
Large rooms with great amenities
A variety of rooms to choose from including 21 overwater bungalows and 29 premium overwater bungalows allows guests the ability to select a rooms that fit their criteria the best, along with a first class view of the South Pacific ocean. Though the two types of rooms do differ, they each provide guests with a kingsize bed and a sofa-bed, Wi-Fi, a satellite TV and room service throughout the stay.
Each room also includes a mini-bar, bathroom with bathtub, a separate living room and a separate hanging closet area to help keep clothes fresh throughout your stay. There’s also ample room for placed luggage and walking. For those days where the temperature is high, guests will find individually controlled air conditioning to be a delight. In addition, guests can find cooling breezes on the wooden deck as well as steps that lead straight into the ocean, allowing for a quick sea swim.
Live entertainment, water sports and much more
It may be hard to leave your room, but there’s so much more that the resort offers. From live entertainment to ocean activities, there’s something for everyone. Those who prefer to spend their time out on or in the ocean will find kayaking, canoeing, a scuba diving club, snorkeling and water skiing. The South Pacific is also home to some great deep sea fishing alongside both dolphin and whale watching tours, all of which can easily be enjoyed during your stay (season permitting). If you’re looking to enjoy some land activities as well, you’ll find guided jeep tours that show the island off from a unique viewpoint, tennis and horseback riding trips.
In addition, guests will find a spa, fitness center and a few restaurants on-site to dine at. The resort’s location allows for guests to enjoy other aspects and adventures found on the island of Moorea without feeling as if you’re in the middle of the hustle and bustle.