Tahiti overwater bungalow for only US$324 per night in March
It's probably cold wherever you are right now, but in Tahiti it's always warm with tropical breezes keeping everyone comfortable. For those looking to take a sunshine vacation in the coming months, the good news is that you can still get an overwater bungalow at a high-rated resort in Tahiti for a very reasonable rate, through this special promotion.
The InterContinental Resort Tahiti is one of two overwater resorts in Tahiti, and right now they are offering 28% off stays of 5 nights or more during the months of February and March. This brings the room down to only US$324 per night for two people, which is a great price for a 4.5-star hotel in a tropical resort area, much less for a King overwater bungalow in Tahiti.
A Overwater Bungalow Motu at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti for only US$324 per night for two people. With breakfast included the total is US$349 per night for two, and both rates come with free cancellation.
This promotion is through our booking partner and requires a stay of 5 nights or more to qualify for the lowest rate. Garden Rooms start at US$207 per night at the same resort.
5-star tropical luxury at a 3-star price
The 16 Motu (small island) Overwater Bungalows at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti are much larger than typical hotel rooms, at over 500 square feet including the private deck. Each comes with a kingsize bed as well as a sofa in a separate sitting area, so they are more like a suite than what you'd expect to find at a luxury hotel in an urban setting.
Better still, the rooms come with luxury amenities such as bathrobes and a full-size bathtub. This hotel has over 250 total guest rooms, including the 32 overwater bungalows, so they can afford to offer lower prices than the small resorts on Moorea and Bora Bora.
Tahiti provides the most options
While it's true that Bora Bora and Moorea are considered a bit more beautiful, they are also more remote and expensive. The wonderful thing about Tahiti and particularly this resort is that the Tahiti Airport is only a few miles away and that's where everyone lands when they fly into this part of the South Pacific. Since most flights come overnight, guests here can be in their overwater bungalow an hour after the jumbo jet lands, while those going on to Moorea and Bora Bora are still at the airport waiting for their connecting flight.
The other main advantage of Tahiti is that there are dozens of independent restaurants and smaller hotels, as well as adventure activity providers nearby, so guests at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti can have their pick of food and diversions. Also, the main town of Pape'ete is only about 10 minutes away by taxi, so you can take advantage of the shopping and nightlife there, or see what it's like for the locals in the largest South Pacific city.