Moorea 5-star water villas with ocean access and spa for US$550 per night
Due to the size of Moorea, island guests will find all sorts of activities and adventures that are within reach of each and every single resort in the area. Instead of existing far away from everything else, each resort is balanced on the land itself or perched right offshore, allowing for easy access to everything available to guests on all four corners of the island. This means that each resort has to differ itself from the next via in-house amenities, making for quite the competition. This, however, is fantastic for potential guests and travelers have the advantage in that they get to choose exactly what type of vacation they’re seeking to enjoy.
If you’re looking for a vacation offering relaxation via a dip in the pool, a gentle boat ride and a spa experience, then the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort is the perfect choice for you. It’s also the perfect choice for those seeking adventure filled days via snorkeling, scuba diving, wind surfing and more! With rooms starting at only US$550 a night for two people, the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort is a great choice for both a romantic and activity filled South Pacific vacation.
A water villa at the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort for US$550 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
With this great low rate, visitors will get the chance to enjoy all that Moorea has to offer as well as that picture postcard South Pacific vacation for a fraction of the cost of other overwater resorts in the area. With that said, this rate doesn’t last forever and currently is only available during the month of February. This means that as soon as you book your flights, you’ll want to go ahead and book your room at the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort. This way you’ll make sure to get your ideal overwater villa instead of a beach room.
Impressive rooms with a view
All together, there are 39 overwater villas that stretch away from the beach and into the ocean with a villa on each side of the wooden walkway out to the water. This not only provides a sense of privacy, but allows the rooms themselves to offer spacious floor plans and a private terrace that looks out into the ocean while still providing a great view of the beach and island.
When booking, guests will find that there are 2 different types of overwater rooms, the Superior room and the Luxury room. Each is impressive with an island themed design and decor, but the Luxury rooms are slightly larger in size. However, each type of room offers its guests a minibar, radio, TV with satellite and cable, voicemail, air conditioning and a rain shower. Rooms also feature room service and Wi-Fi, helping to make your island stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. In addition, guests will find a glass floor cutout in the middle of the room allowing for some great underwater viewing from above.
Where both active outdoor activities and relaxation exist
Once outside of your room, you’ll find a mixture of activities and amenities, ranging from the super relaxing to the high action. Some of the relaxing activities include a meal at one of the resort’s restaurants, a dip in the swimming pool, a browse through the gift shop, a picnic on the beach, a glass bottom boat ride, a trip to the beauty salon or a day at the LeSpa.
If you rather spend some time exploring and participating in a high action sport or two, you’ll have your choice of snorkeling, freediving, scuba diving, water skiing, wind surfing, pedal boating, kayaking and sailing. On land you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a bicycle ride or two before your stay is over.