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Nous étions dans un bungalow over the water sur le motu. Magique. Nous avons beaucoup apprécié la beauté du site, des chambres des installations. Le ponton privé avec douche privée très pratique. L'aquarium à nos pieds en permanence, magnifique. Le lieu prévu pour admirer le coucher de soleil en haut du motu n'est pas très bien entretenu.
This Hotel pretty much has everything you could want in a hotel. Great rooms, great views and really good food. It's not inexpensive but is not through the roof, pricey but worth every penny, especially for the views. I was there when a storm came through and the lightning in the sky was spectacular. They have great room service if you feel like staying in and kicking back while they deliver a great lunch or dinner. To visit Bora Bora is only a five minute boat ride with 2 rental car services there when you arrive making transportation around the island very easy. I do recommend Bloody Marys restaurant and bar on the island and you'd be surprised at all the celebrities who've eaten there. Back at the Hotel they try they're best to cater to whatever you may want to do or may need. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Bora Bora, this is the place to stay without question!
I stayed here for my birthday on April 8 2010. Excellent Customer service and professionalism upon greeting. Breathtaking boat ride. They brought me a birthday cake on the day of my arrival. Stayed in an overwater bungalow! Crytsal clear water! Breakfast delivered by canoe. Could go for a swim right off my deck. Beauty and memories to last a lifetime. I fell in love with Tahiti...and I have already booked a trio back again in the fall!
After staying at Le Moana for a week, I can say it would be my choice if I return to Bora Bora. When you stay in Bora Bora you have the option of staying on the island itself or on a motu (smaller island) that rings the outside of the lagoon. Le Moana is on the island itself, on the southernmost point called Matira. Because of that, we were easily able to move about the island as we wished. The Martira Point area has many restaurants, snacks (their version of a lunch-only fast food place), and a roulotte (supper-only like fast food). The point is also home to the only public beach on the island, and the sunsets from Matira Beach are lovely. If you chose instead to stay on a motu hotel, you will be at the mercy of the free shuttles that move back and forth to the mainland, and then you will most likely need a taxi to get you the rest of the way. As for the resort itself, we took advantage of the free kayaks, snorkels, and body boards. The lagoon is lovely and easy to paddle around. Yo...