Moorea 4-star water villas with glass floor for US$361 per night
Whale watching, world class snorkeling and scuba diving, the chance to swim with wild dolphins, beautiful, clean white sand beaches, lush mountains, luxury spas and classic ‘island’ rooms over the water are just a few reasons why Moorea has become one of the top South Pacific vacation destinations. With affordable nightly resort rates, Moorea’s popularity is only continuing to rise with no end in sight. Even more impressive is the island’s ability to cater to all types of travelers as well as all types of budget brackets.
One of the more recognizable and budget friendly luxury resorts on the island of Moorea is the Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa. With over the water rooms starting out at only US$361 per night for two people, it’s an affordable option for all types of travelers, including those seeking a romantic getaway or the honeymoon of their dreams.
A water villa at the Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa for US$361 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
Those looking for a Moorea island experience that won’t break the bank will find comfort and excitement in this nightly rate. With that said, this particular starting rate is only available during the month of December with higher rates throughout other portions of the year very common. In order to secure this rate, you’ll want to book your stay as soon as your flights are in place. Due to this lower than normal over the water rate, room amenities and fantastic views and location, rooms will and do fill up quickly.
Entertainment system and glass floor cutout in every room
Each of the 28 overwater bungalows offer a spacious area featuring both a king size bed and a single bed, an entertainment system complete with a 26″ flat screen TV, a DVD/CD player and Wi-Fi. In addition guests will get the chance to enjoy a glass floor cutout. This cutout, placed under the coffee table inside each room, allows guests to view the underwater world without ever having to jump in the ocean.
Another great room addition is actually right outside and offers a unique way to venture into the water. Not only will guests find a sundeck, but direct access into the lagoon via a short staircase. This staircase is great for those mornings when you’ll want to take a quick dip in the water but rather not have to walk to the beach first. Other room extras include a bathtub, in-room safe, air conditioning, a ceiling fan and a mini bar available upon request.
Luxury amenities and activities everywhere
With a long list of amenities and activities to choose from, each and every guest will feel right at home and will have plenty to do every day of their stay. First off, those who consider themselves foodies will find happiness in the 2 restaurants and bar on-site as well as the option for room service. Before eating though, guests can enjoy snorkeling with the option of renting the resort’s free snorkeling gear, scuba diving, table tennis, badminton, volleyball and some fun with Polynesian tattoos.
Water lovers will find lots to do with parasailing, dolphin and whale watching, water skiing and deep sea fishing. Those looking to add in a little relaxation to their stay will find plenty in the resort’s jacuzzi and infinity pool. Guests can also enjoy the Manea Spa which features a steam bath, several massage tables, a rain shower room and a special pool dedicated to various aquatic massages.