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Sofitel Hotel Moorea
Moorea, French PolynesiaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Sofitel Hotel Moorea
Comfy bungalows backing onto an imposing verdant mountainside along a pristine South Pacific lagoon.
Situated on one of Moorea's most scenic beaches, 114 bungalows are scattered overwater or across lushly landscaped gardens and on a snow-white stretch of sand. Resort amenities include a serene infinity pool, a spa as well as a number of non-motorized water activities available to guests. Bungalows offer ample and uncluttered space, with polished wood floors, rain showers and air conditioning. The intimate size on-site restaurant K seats just 28 diners in individually designed chairs directly on the sand while Vue Bar places patrons on a sprawling sundrenched terrace to take in the stunning view.
Water shoes are recommended in order for occasional broken coral on the ocean floor not to be a bother.
Make that spa experience extra-special and book a massage treatment right on the sand.
Arrive at Moorea Témaé Aiport (MOZ), which is approximately 1.5 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 5 minutes of travel time.BP 28, Témaé, Moorea, French Polynesia
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Beach
- Outdoor Pool
- Water Sports
- Spa on Property
- Massage Treatments
- Fitness Center
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Bike Rentals
- Gift Shop
- Individual Bungalows
- Air Conditioning
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Work Desks
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Rainfall Shower Heads
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Complimentary Bottled Water
- Coffee + Tea Makers
- In-room Safes
- Mini Bars
- Two Restaurants
- Open-air Lounge
- In-room Dining
- 2 adults + 1 child (12 and under) max occupancy
- American breakfast each morning
Why We Love Moorea
The heart-shaped laid-back island is famous for being home to the world's largest coral reef eco-system (3,000 separate reefs in all). Rent snorkeling or scuba diving gear to get a first-hand glimpse at the breathtakingly colorful life below the waterline.
PK 6,9 coastal road, Maharepa, Moorea.
Where to Drink: Put in a stop for spectacular sunset vistas at ritzy Moorea Beach Café's outdoor terrace. Splurge on a glass of bubbly or take your pick from the extensive wine list. Drinks for two XPF12,000.
PK 6 Cote Mer, Maharepa.
Where to Shop: Don't leave Moorea without some genuine black Polynesian pearls in your luggage. Eva Perles in Maharepa Village has been in business for nearly two decades passionately crafting the oceanic gems into one-of-a-kind exquisite jewelry.
PK 3 counterclockwise, coastal road, Maharepa, Moorea.
Outdoor Excursion: Take a quick water taxi ride from Afareaitu to arrive at a private island where an enclosed part of a lagoon is teeming with turtles, stingrays and countless schools of fish. Swim, snorkel or try your hand at nursing a baby shark. Island visit XPF 2,900 per person.
Motu Ahi, Moorea.
Why Go Now
July 3 - July 19, 2014
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.
July 4-6, 2014
Moorea Sailing Rendezvous
Hundreds of boats set sail from Tahiti's Papeete Harbor for Moorea for three days of maritime activities (outrigger canoe races; javelin throwing).
Sept. 20, 2014
Cheer on world-class athletes as they run, mountain bike, and kayak their way to the finish line in this eleventh annual 12.5-mile triathlon.