About InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa

Ideally located a short drive to Papeete and the international airport, the Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is the largest luxury resort on the island of Tahiti. The resort offers two freshwater infinity pools with beautiful views of the island of Moorea: the Lotus, an 800 m2 sand-bottomed pool, and the Te Tiare, a 1200 m2 swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and cascades. The InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is home to Le Lagoonarium, a natural aquarium built to help guests discover the diversity, beauty and fragility of French Polynesia’s reef: a protected ecosystem for a variety of species such as parrot fish, Picasso fish, corals, shells and tropical sea creatures. Sports activities can be booked through the concierge at the resort: from volleyball to tennis, water-based sports or cultural activities. The resort also stages daily cultural demonstrations such as pareo dyeing, handicrafts, shell and flower necklace-making or basket weaving. Standard, Superior, Panoramic, Overwater bungalows and Suite, all decorated in elegant Polynesian-inspired style, are spread across the garden and around the lagoon. With 3 restaurants and 2 bars, there is no shortage of dining options onsite. The spa and wellness centre are managed by the international spa chain Deep Nature. The fitness centre is equipped with state-of-the art equipment.

Why we recommend it: The Perfect Island Escape; Spectacular views of the island of Moorea; Stunning overwater gourmet restaurant.

Resort Facilities

  •  Swimming Pools
  •  Handicapped facilities
  •  Parking
  •  Two Restaurants
  •  Two Bars
  •  Health & Fitness Centre
  •  Spa
  •  Convenience Shop
  •  Grift Shop
  •  Business Centre
  •  Tour Desk
  •  Laundry
  •  Safety Deposit Box
Room Facilities
  •  Tea Maker
  •  Work Desk
  •  High-speed internet access
  •  Cable/Satellite TV
  •  Wifi
Dining The InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa offers a wide range of restaurants and bars, introducing guests to Polynesian culture through delicious dishes, traditional dances and drinks and snacks that use fresh local ingredients:
  • TE TIARE RESTAURANT: An authentic Tahitian-style restaurant
  • THEME NIGHTS: Learn about local legends and traditional dance
  • LE LOTUS RESTAURANT: Stunning overwater gourmet restaurant
  • LOTUS SWIM-UP BAR: The only one of its kind in Tahiti
  • TIKI BAR: A popular rendez-vous for hotel guests as well as local residents
  • LOBBY BAR TERRACE: The perfect venue to enjoy the best sunset views