Pacific Resort Aitutaki

Location: Cook Islands | Cook Islands

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

Richard Attenborough described the famously beautiful island of Aitutaki as one of the ‘jewels of the world.’ Explore one of the world’s jewels in style at Pacific Resort. Right from your arrival, when you are greeted with a flower garland and a chilled coconut cocktail, this boutique hotel offers a five star VIP experience that is the ultimate in rest and relaxation, and perfect for recharging body and soul.
Perfect forGetting away from it all in style and experiencing Cook Island life away from the crowds.
In the knowThe resort gives you a chance to take home a slice of island life with lessons in island dancing, ukulele, pareau (sarong) tying and flower garland making.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Where

Aitutaki, Cook Islands, surrounded by the stunning Rapae Bay lagoon.

Rooms at Pacific Resort

Choose from a luxurious selection of beachfront suites, villas and bungalows, which make the most of Polynesian decor and the panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, the lagoon and the beautiful flower gardens. Unwind and listen to the waves on your private outdoor sundeck. Go for an Ultimate Beachfront villa, a split level paradise perched on black volcanic rock, with awesome views, a luxurious garden bathroom and a staircase leading you to the picture postcard beach below.

Food and facilities

You’ll be spoilt for choice with the abundance of local fare grown on Aitutaki’s family plantations, with seafood fresh from the lagoon and ocean- or if you’re feeling adventurous, go deep sea fishing yourself and feast on your catch in the evening. Catch the sunset while dining on the patio of Rapae Bay restaurant, followed by a refreshing cocktail at the beachfront Black Rock bar. For an extra special experience, dine in a Bedouin-style tent under the stars by the sparkling waters of the lagoon.

Activities at Pacific Resort

Indulge in the infinity swimming pool and the Tiare Spa, and enjoy entertainment from the welcoming Cook Islanders, such as traditional chants, drumming and fire dancing.

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