Moorea 4-star water villas with glass floor cutout and direct lagoon access for US$590 per night

A South Pacific jewel, the island of Moorea is a fantastic destination for those looking for sun, sand and snorkeling adventures. Here you'll also find lush mountain sides, great dining selections and friendly locals that love to share their island home.

You'll also find a few great overwater resorts that focus on a stay that helps to connect guests with their ocean surroundings. If you're looking for a resort that also plays host to numerous ocean activities including snorkeling and scuba diving, you'll want to strongly consider the Manava Beach Resort and Spa Moorea. With overwater rooms starting out at only US$590 for two people, this resort is hard to beat.

The Deal

A water villa at the Manava Beach Resort and Spa Moorea for US$590 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.

>>>Check rates at the Manava Beach Resort and Spa Moorea

The Details

Resting right on the bottom end of this resort's high season rates, this particular rate is ideal for those looking to stay around the US$500 a night mark so as to not divert from their pre-planned budget. With this rate, guests will find that they are treated each and every day to both luxury and class with a little comfort mixed in. Rooms here are on the large size and guests will find themselves privy to a large assortment of activities to enjoy, making this resort one worth considering.

Views of the lagoon from above and below

If viewing the lagoon from both your private balcony and a glass cutout at your feet sounds like a great vacation accessory, they you'll find yourself very pleased in each of the resort's overwater villas. These villas allow for picture perfect moments from your balcony, throughout the day. In addition, you'll find that your room also offers you the luxury of viewing the ocean's inhabitants below your room without ever having to enter the water. This is done through a glass cutout in your room's floor. Because of this, you'll be able to view the sea below, both day and night.

Rooms also delight with a mini bar, bathtub, an entertainment system, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a ceiling fan and a king size bed.

Snorkeling, scuba diving and more

Though the rooms themselves impress, the rest of the resort finds guests excited and ready for a day filled with fun adventures. Here you'll find the ocean your new best friend with an on-site dive center, scuba diving, snorkeling and other fun water activities including kayaking and canoeing. On land you'll be treated to volleyball, table tennis and badminton. Other amenities include a jacuzzi, an infinity pool, umbrellas to protect you from the sun's rays and sun loungers to lounge on.

In addition to the resort's room service, you'll also find a restaurant and a bar to dine at. For your relaxation day, you'll want to take a look at the on-site spa. Here you'll find aquatic massages, a rain shower room and a steam bath.

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  • Debra Allen says:

    I am going to be “in the area” from Sept 5-10 and want to see your island. Are any of those nights available? I’d also like to see Tahaa/Raiatea and maybe a day in Bora Bora…I would love the glass floor here! I can juggle my dates to come when it is available. Maybe a night, maybe 2…thank you!

    Are any nights available between Sept 5-10? I’d love the bungalow over the water with the glass floor area!


    • Roger Wade says:


      We are simply an online guide to overwater hotels. If you want to check availability at the Manava Beach Resort you can do that by clicking on the “>>>Check rates at the Manava Beach Resort and Spa Moorea” link in the article above. I’m sure they’d love to have you as a guest. -Roger

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