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This little restaurant in the middle of the Tahiti volcano with fantastic views is a small oasis. We had the 'assiette Polynesian' which was raw tuna with lime and coconut milk and chicken with local spinach. It was very good. Our view across the valley...More
This place needs a proper renovation. our first room product that mold, the wallpaper product fallen off, the rooms were really gross. memory of an abandoned hotel. we upgraderet to a bungalow. This room was very convenient location. but when we lifted the covers and...More
Most travellers to French Polynesia go to the coastal resorts. Wonderful as they are, if you want a break from the attractions of the sea, a different, but equally spectacular, destination can be found at the Relais de la Maroto, high in the mountains in...More
The entire experience from being picked up and transported to their wondrous facility (the ride is as exciting as the actual place) to the amazing hospitality by the entire family and, of course, the most breathtakingly dramatic views ever! The three bungalows are the best....More
This is a place to visit towards the end of your trip to French Polynesia, when you are relaxed and ready for lush vegetation, rushing rivers, and silence broken only by the occasional bird call. The hotel itself is tired and in need of repair,...More
US$68 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We paid a total of approximately $100 US for the ride to and from the airport (10,000 Polynesian francs). It is a long trip, about 2 hours or so each way. The woman that drove us said it was the first time she had driven the... More
We paid a total of approximately $100 US for the ride to and from the airport (10,000 Polynesian francs). It is a long trip, about 2 hours or so each way. The woman that drove us said it was the first time she had driven the road at night. The trip was very smooth in her comfortable car, but after leaving the highway there are about 15 kilometers of potholes to maneuver. If possible I strongly suggest you go at least 1 direction by day as the scenery is not to be missed.
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"Cabins have views down the valley. One furthest north, has a view unobstructed by the others. Hotel rooms..."