On Tikehau, you will mainly have the choice between luxury hotels and guesthouses. Of course, prices fluctuate greatly depending on the establishment you choose. Discover the best accommodations and hotels in Tikehau.
Luxury Hotels in Tikehau
Tikehau by Pearl Resorts: Overwater Bungalows
Tikehau by Pearl Resorts is a 4-star hotel with traditional Polynesian-style accommodations. Its small size ensures the tranquility of visitors, especially honeymooners. They will be able to enjoy a breathtaking natural landscape. The immediate proximity of the lagoon offers a privileged space for relaxation and nautical activities.
The beach bungalows or overwater bungalows are very spacious and comfortable. We recommend the Premium overwater bungalows or those located on the beach side. You will have direct access to the lagoon. The hotel’s facilities include a restaurant, a bar and also a wellness center.
Tikehau by Pearl Resorts offers an idyllic setting for a honeymoon. By opting for a range of superior bungalows, you’ll even experience an unforgettable romance. Trust the hotel staff to shower you with the nicest little touches. You can also celebrate your union during a Polynesian wedding. Aboard a pirogue and to the sound of traditional songs, the moment becomes magical. Count on $740 per night in a beach bungalow and $850 in a Premium overwater bungalow.
Ninamu Resort : The Adventure at the End of the World
Ninamu Resort is a luxury, atypical and absolutely charming establishment. Located on a private motu, it benefits from a wonderful natural setting and offers a unique experience at the end of the world. Despite the isolation, you will enjoy quality common facilities with library, billiards, restaurant and lounge. It is an adventure to be lived in full board and in contact with caring hosts.
Sometimes on the garden side, sometimes on the lagoon side, a dozen wooden bungalows give a unique aesthetic touch to the whole. Lost in the middle of the forest, they look like exotic huts for an extraordinary experience. Although they are not modern, they are nonetheless comfortable and impeccably clean. In addition, a charming decoration guarantees the best of immersions.
Ninamu Resort is an intimate and friendly destination, with a quality of service equal to that of the big hotels. Best of all, Ninamu Resort is the place to be for families with children and teenagers. Count between $340 and $510 per night and per person for a stay in full board.
For a Unique Contact With the Locals: Guesthouses
Located on the main motu of the atoll, the Pension Tetua Justine offers accommodation in bungalows. Although rudimentary, they all have their own bathroom and a small terrace to enjoy the evening coolness. In the middle of a beautiful tropical garden, you will have direct access to a small private beach. You can also take advantage of the kayaks put at your disposal by the owners for an escapade on the lagoon.
Your hosts are very friendly and concerned about your well-being. Above all, you will have the feeling of a real meeting because the atmosphere is typically Polynesian. With half board, you will appreciate the quality of the cuisine, based on freshly caught fish and vegetables from the garden. For lunch, you can use the bikes of the pension to reach the shops quickly. Count about $170 per night for a couple in half-board.
Tikehau Fafarua Lodge Private Island: Worthy of the Best Hotels in Tikehau
If happiness in Tikehau could be achieved by renting a private island? A 30-minute boat ride from the airport, Fafarua Lodge is a large villa for rent on a secluded motu. Sleeping up to six people, your new home is the perfect destination for couples, groups of friends and families seeking privacy and seclusion.
Expect high quality amenities. The villa is large and comfortable. Full board and lagoon tours are provided by the staff, who stay a little out of the way to ensure your peace and quiet. The area is ideal for swimming, relaxing and water activities. It is a private alternative to traditional luxury hotels in Tikehau. Count from $900 to $1800 per night depending on the number of people.
Tikehau Hides Many Wonders
Get to Tikehau and explore even more remote islets. Despite its small size, there are many things to do in Tikehau. Great scuba diving and lagoon tours await you. Contact us to plan your next trip to the South Pacific Islands.