Situated on the north of Moorea Island (in South Pacific), sitting between two bays, the Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa awaits the most discerning traveler. The thatched roof bungalows are located surrounded by flower gardens, or built up on stilts and placed right in the water. The contemporary Polynesian design encompasses tradition and the latest in comfort and luxury. Decorated in tropical earth tones, the color compliments the deep wood furnishings, soft silk bedding for guests to rest and relax, marble bathrooms that welcome tranquility.
International cuisine abounds at the resort, as well as bar and grill selections, French and Polynesian favorites, indoor and outdoor dining under the stars. The guests can dine watching magical sunsets by the lagoon and enjoy some tantalizing cocktails. The island itself is heart-shaped is situated against a gorgeous mountain backdrop and a crystal clear lagoon. If you are looking for a relaxing vacation, a place to sit on the white sandy beach, soak in the sun, and offers the best snorkeling ever. Other outdoor activities abound on the island, from swimming with sting rays, to 4x4 safari tours, and for those less inclined to outdoor fun, the spa might just be the perfect prescription.
The treatments at the Moorea Lagoon Spa offer total relaxation, with massages inspired by ancestral Tahitian techniques and using Monoi oil that highlight and delight the senses. The exquisite bungalows feature a private terrace, a plunge pool and certainly make fantasies come true. The Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa sits along a ten acre lagoon and no matter if you choose one of the over water units, or a garden and beach one, the essence of the island comes to life during your stay. If you are looking for a family vacation, a romantic get away, or a singles retreat, the resort can take care of any and all your requests. A world of discovery awaits you on all levels. You can plan a visit to Belvedere Lookout, or a picnic on Liki Tiki Motu, schedule a tour of the Tiki Village Cultural Center, explore the plantations, lay on the beach, or simply wine and dine. You can’t go wrong with any choices, only choosing not to come would be a mistake.