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Why Stay At Legends Resort®
Tucked away on the northwest corner of Moorea in French Polynesia, Legends Resort villas are less your typical over-the-lagoon-style Tahitian suites and more like vacation rentals scattered on a hillside. Staying here is like owning your own Polynesian home by the sea.
Opened in 2008, Legends Moorea's 46 villas sometimes feel like a tropical housing development, but they're actually some of the roomiest private accommodations in French Polynesia. With 1,290 sprawling square feet, the smallest villa is a two-bedroom structure. Whereas many Tahitian resorts are aimed squarely at honeymooners, Legends makes more sense for families or long-stay vacationers who will appreciate the fully-equipped modern kitchens. The place can feel isolated and quiet, and you'll need to rent a car, scooter, or bike to get anywhere off the property. But thriving nature is everywhere you turn, with exotic birds, geckos, and bugs eager to seek refuge in your luxe open-air bungalow—so be sure to close up at night. Interiors are done in tasteful wood and rattan, accented by framed Polynesian art, plus a private Jacuzzi sundeck with chaise lounges will keep you nice and tanned your entire stay.
Be sure to rent a car if you expect to leave the premises. While there is a scheduled shuttle service to the nearby beach, there is not much within walking distance.
Arrive at Moorea's Society Islands Airport (MOZ) which is approximately 12 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 20-25 minutes of travel time.PK 25 Haapiti, BP 1951, Moorea, Winward Islands, French Polynesia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Beach
- Spa Services
- Outdoor Pool
- Private Whirlpools
- Sun Deck
- Pool Wait Service
- Fitness Center
- Tennis Courts
- Shuttle Service
- Bicycle Rental
- Car Rental
- Wireless Internet Access
- Music + Movie Library
- Private Decks
- Satellite Television
- DVD Players
- Full Kitchens
- Hair Dryers
- 2 Restaurants
- Wine Cellar
- Bar + Lounge
- Dining Room
- 4-person occupancy
- All hotel taxes
Some resorts charge a daily resort fee that is payable directly to the property upon arrival. These fees are not included in the Total paid to Vacationist.
Why We Love Moorea
A surreally stunning island in the shape of a heart (really, check out the map below). How could we not love that?
On-Site Golf Course: One of the world's most scenic tropical golf courses, this ocean-side Jack Nicklaus-designed 18-hole extravaganza encompasses Lake Temae west of the airport. From around $200. 011-689-56-27-32. Read More
Top Restaurant: Le Mayflower. You can't leave Tahiti without sampling the excellent hybrid of French/Polynesian cuisine, and this roadside restaurant in northwest Moorea is one of the best places to do so. Enjoy elegant service as you linger over a long meal of crustacean soup with mahimahi pieces, sea scallops with ginger and garlic, or duck fillet with mango vinegar sauce. Main entrées from $28. 011-689-56-53-59. Read More
Black Pearl Shopping: Ron Hall's Island Fashion Black Pearls. Of all the places to buy the famous Tahitian black pearls, this is one of the best. Ron sailed with Peter Fonda to Tahiti in the 1970s and never went back. His knowledge of pearls and quality of merchandise are unparalleled. Cook's Bay Wharf, Cook's Bay, Moorea. 011-689-56-11-06.
Why Go Now
May 11-13, 2012
Three days dedicated to the culture and arts from the Tuamotu Islands at the Cultural Center Te Fare Tauhiti Nui.
June 16 - July 14, 2012
Heiva i Moorea
Like the Heiva i Tahiti, this cultural event will have a competition for singing and dancing groups, traditional sports teams and craftsmen of Moorea.
Moorea, Afareaitu District.
June 22-24, 2012
Tahiti-Moorea Sailing Rendez-vous
Interactive event between tourists, sailors and locals. Festivities begin at Papeete Harbor's Yacht Dock with a sail to Moorea, then followed by a variety of local competitions on Tahiti's sister island, such as outrigger canoe races, javelin-throwing and fruit-carriers' races
Papeete, Tahiti + Moorea.