InterContinental Tahiti

Location: French Polynesia | French Polynesia

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

Surrounded by 12 hectares of lush, green gardens and overlooking the azure waters of the South Pacific, InterContinental Resort Tahiti is the perfect luxury base for your stay in French Polynesia. An array of marine activities are available, which make the most of the resort’s bayside location, while regular evening entertainment allows you to experience a taste of traditional Tahitian culture.
Perfect forCouples and honeymooners looking for their very own romantic island retreat.
In the knowFriday night is Polynesian night at the InterContinental, with a special buffet featuring local specialties, and authentic dance shows performed by "Les Grands Ballets de Tahiti".

Recommended for...

  • Family-friendly
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Snorkelling & Diving

Hotel Overview

Where

Two miles from Faaa International Airport, nestled between a lagoon on one side and verdant gardens on the other, on the beautiful French Polynesian island of Tahiti.

Rooms at the InterContinental Tahiti

The InterContinental’s accommodations are spread across three levels on the jungle strewn beachfront, while a collection of overwater bungalows stand gracefully above the secluded lagoon. Choose between garden or lagoon views, and soak up the glorious surroundings from your private balcony.

Food and facilities

Te Tiara restaurant offers a blend of local specialties and international favourites, and benefits from its central position overlooking the pools and waterfalls of the resort. For a more intimate dining affair, opt for a candlelit meal on the beach.

Activities at the InterContinental Tahiti

You’re spoilt for choice in Tahiti, with a vast selection of water, land and cultural activities on offer. Go cycling over its mountains, diving in its reefs or kayaking around its coast. For a dose of culture try out a traditional Tahitian quilt-making class or a basket weaving workshop, or try torch lighting at sunset. The hotel also has access to its own sea life preserve built into the bay, where you can experience all kinds of exotic marine life, while the spa offers an alluring range of natural treatments.

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