Moorea 5-star water villas with water sports and a spa for US$458 per night
The island of Moorea is a world class destination for many and offers a tropical escape that creates memories for a lifetime. It also plays host to several different, yet all beautiful, overwater resorts that cater to their guests every need and desire.
Overlooking the island of Tahiti, though located on the island of Moorea, the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort is a 5-star resort that aims to impress with views, rooms and amenities. Though there are other great resorts on the island as well, those seeking endless outdoor possibilities and water fun will find this resort to be the best fit. Even better is the price. Here guests will find overwater villas with nightly rates starting at only US$458 per night for two people.
A water villa at the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort for US$458 (taxes and fees included) per night for two people.
A part of the French owned Sofitel hotel chain, the Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort is a 5-star resort on the island of Moorea. With rates starting out at under US$458 a night during the month of October, this resort caters to those seeking a luxurious overwater stay at a fraction of the price.
Large rooms with room service and more
In total, there are 39 different overwater rooms, some a bit larger than others as there are 2 different sytles to choose from. Though the size of the overwater rooms may be different, each and every one comes with a variety of comfortable and luxury amenities to enjoy during your stay. These comforts range from a kingsize bed and a sofabed, Wi-Fi, an entertainment system complete with a satellite TV and a movie channel and room service.
In addition, each room comes with a private terrace, a minibar, air conditioning, a rain shower in the bathroom and a radio. Rooms also come with a glass floor cutout, making for an easy time enjoying the ocean from above. Each room is decorated in whites and browns with a wooden floor.
Outside activities for everyone
A great resort for those who wish to stay outside most of the time, guests will find an abundance of activities to choose from, with each promising a few hours of fun. Some of the more popular activities include snorkeling, scuba diving, water skiing, wind surfing and kayaking. For those who don't want to get wet, yet still want to see the ocean below, the glass bottom boat ride offered is a great choice.
Alongside the numerous activities offered, the resort also caters with dining choices and a bar, a swimming pool, a solarium, a beauty salon and a spa. The LeSpa features several treatment rooms and 2 jacuzzis.