by Kristin Franks
With a lush island landscape, gorgeous turquoise waters and breathtaking views, this individual hotel property spreads across 17 stunning acres on the island of Moorea. Overlooking the multicolored lagoon and nestled among the vibrant gardens, the resort’s two- and three-bedroom luxury villas offer families the perfect tropical paradise. Each villa features private bedrooms, a spacious living room, a washer and dryer and a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave, pots and pans and silverware. Villas also offer a spacious deck with sun loungers, tables, chairs and a Jacuzzi pool.
Whether you’re looking to relax on the beach or partake in a variety of land and water activities this resort has it all. There are several complimentary activities including snorkeling, swimming, hiking and tennis. A number of land and water activities are also available for a fee including diving, sailing, boating, discovery tours, horseback riding, safari tours and more.
Our Editor Loves
- Turquoise waters and breathtaking views
- Two- and three-bedroom luxury villas
- Private beach and family activities
We staying in the Intercontinental Moorea resort for 5 nights - in an overwater Bure close to the dolphin pool.
It was a great place to relax at the start of our Tahitian holiday with lots of options of quiet beaches & inlets within the resort even when it is windy and rough outside in the lagoon.
The resort is well designed, has a great pool and the food was all of a good standard. The staff were welcoming and the restaurants meals good
We enjoyed the water sports - kayak, outrigger canoe & stand up paddle boards, but were glad to have brought our own snorkel gear & flippers as there were none available for us.
We enjoyed our one Sunday boat trip to see around, feed the sharks & rays & BBQ lunch on a nearby Motu.
There would have been other trips to do outside the resort if we’d wanted them.
We had a bungalow with private dip pool. That was incredible. Liked the Tahiti Resort better, but this one was nice too. Happy hour didn’t offer as many yummy choices as the Tahiti resort. The pool was ok. Beautiful island.