Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa

Location: French Polynesia | French Polynesia

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

A little slice of Polynesian luxury lining Moorea’s northern coast, Moorea Pearl Resort is a beachfront hideaway ringed by a magnificent azure lagoon. Framed by the towering green peaks of the island’s mountainous landscape, this secluded resort is smaller than its neighbouring competitors, making it a great option for a family holiday in the South Pacific.
Perfect forFamilies or couples after all the exotic highlights of the South Pacific.
In the knowImmerse yourself in Tahitian culture at the poolside bar, when you can learn to make floral garlands or listen to laid-back live music on Wednesday and Friday evenings.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Family-friendly
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview


A short walk from Maharepa village on the north coast of Moorea Island, between the airport and Cook's Bay.

Rooms at Moorea Pearl Resort

An assortment of view-blessed Tahitian style rooms adorn the azure waters and palm-fringed beachfront at Moorea Pearl Resort. For a dose of isolated indulgence opt for the secluded garden residences, while families can benefit from direct beach access from the beach bungalows. Or, for that extra splurge of luxury, the overwater bungalows are an extravagant treat for couples.

Food and facilities

Savour Polynesian cuisine with an added French twist at the poolside Mahana'i Restaurant: a casual affair where Polynesian fire dancers entertain on Wednesday nights. Or, opt for some fine dining and candlelit romance at the Matiehani Restaurant, and go for early evening cocktails and appetizers at the stylish Autera'a Bar.

Activities at Moorea Pearl Resort

Spend your days snorkelling the reef, kayaking the lagoon, diving with sharks or jet skiing around the island. Back on land, tennis courts, ping pong tables and volleyball nets scatter the resort’s grounds, while the hotel’s spa invites you to unravel in paradise with a vast selection of natural Polynesian treatments. Alternatively, take a step outside of your resort bubble and wander into Maharepa for a flavour of Polynesia at one of its traditional restaurants.

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