Independent review for Le Meridien Tahiti on Tahiti Island in French Polynesia

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Le Meridien Tahiti is set mid way along the west coast of Tahiti near the islands nicest natural beach, although swimming directly infront of the resort is not advisable. With an imposing main reception and stunning mountain views, this is a classical style resort featuring the largest sand pool in French Polynesia.

Le Meridien Tahiti Room Details & Rates

Room Category
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(c = child)
Hotel Public Rate
(for 2 people)
Garden Room Euro € 325 
Garden Room Family Euro € 325
Deluxe Ocean View Room Euro € 398
Deluxe Ocean View Room Family 4 Euro € 398
Panoramic Ocean View Room 3 Euro € 434 
Junior Suite 3 Euro € 557
Senior Suite 3 Euro € 679 
Overwater Bungalow 3 Euro € 643

Le Meridien Tahiti Information & Facts

  • Hotel Location:    Beachfront location off coastal highway on west coast of Tahiti Island
  • Getting There:    20 mins by road from Tahiti International Airport
  • Unique Qualities:    Most upmarket resort in main island, very spacious, beach setting
  • Ideal for:    Couples, Families & Groups
  • Hotel Features:    136 Rooms & 12 Bungalows, Swimming Pool
  • Dining:    Restaurant & bar - no independent restaurants close by
  • Children Policy:    All ages welcome
  • Local Attractions / Tours:    Punaaula Beach, Marae Arahurahu, Papeete Town, Atimaono Golf Course
  • The Beach:    Good - narrow fine white sand extending along resort front
  • The Ocean:    Average - part rocky bottom - average for swimming
  • Snorkelling:    Average - some reef fish and corals heads off from beach
  • Other Activities:    Kayaks, Windsurfing, Surfing

Hotel Amenities

Room classification is straightforward with Lagoon View Rooms located around the pool and overwater bungalows set out over the lagoon. All rooms are air-conditioned and feature bright South Pacific colours with large bathroom featuring bath tub.

Overwater bungalows offer stunning views across to Moorea but no direct access into the Lagoon as currents here are dangerous for swimming.