Tahiti 4-star water villas for US$624 per night in June or July
Located in the South Pacific, Tahiti is nothing less than a tropical paradise. Year after year couples and honeymooners find themselves on this remote slice of heaven where they become lost in the magic of it all with beautiful beaches, lush mountains and crystal clear waters teeming with topical, colorful fish waiting to be explored.
With only two overwater resorts on the island, there isn’t much in the way of decision making as far as which one to stay at, but if you’re looking for activities galore, you might just find that the Le Meridien Tahiti Resort is the best fit. Here you’ll also find great bang for you buck with overwater rooms starting at only US$624 per night for two people.
A water villa at the Le Meridien Tahiti Resort for US$624 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
Conveniently located and priced a lot lower than most other resorts of the same room size, a stay at this rate is great for honeymooners looking for that romantic escape without breaking the bank. However, this rate is only available during the months of June and July with price increases possible during other parts of the year, so you’ll want to check your travel dates as soon as possible before all of the rooms are booked up. Because of the resort’s great location and desirable price, rooms do fill up quickly.
Large rooms with great views
With most of the rooms onshore and only 12 overwater bungalows, guests will find a nice amount of privacy in their 603 sq feet rooms. With plenty of space in each room, you won’t feel the pressure to squeeze all of your belongings into one corner. Each room comes with both a queen sized bed and a sofabed and includes Wi-Fi, a satellite TV and DVD player. To sweeten the deal, you’ll also find that each room features a dressing area, separate bathtub and shower, his and her vanities, a mini bar, place to make both tea and coffee and lastly a private deck offering great views of the water.
Great for longer vacations
A great part about staying on Tahiti rather than the outer islands is that you get to skip the speedboat or extra flight needed to get to some of the other islands in the area. This means more time at the resort and less money spent on transportation. You won’t need to worry about running out of things to do either as this resort comes packed with amenities and activities both on-site and around the island.
Some of your options within the resort include kayaking, snorkeling, aqua gym classes, beach volleyball, tennis and some relaxation and swimming in the South Pacific’s largest sand bottom lagoon swimming pool. In addition to all the things you can do in the resort, there is also a large amount of things to do outside including scuba diving, a catamaran cruise, horseback riding, sailing lessons, windsurfing, mountain safaris, go-karting, dancing, whale watching excursions during season and much, much more.