Le Meridien Tahiti

Unnamed Rd, Tamanu | Punaauia, Tahiti 97718  [SEE MAP]Punaauia, Tahiti  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 1

Appalling dirty hotel

Feb 13th, 2020

I have stayed in sofitel all over the world and generally they have been good. This one is a disgrace to the brand .All the common areas are disgustingly dirty eith the pool being g green and murky.The breakfast buffet is shared by vermin which come and go at leisure .we took one look and moved to the intercontinental .The photos on the website bear no relation to reality .The management are positively hostile and lie at will. They maintain that the carpet stains were from a function the night before where in reality they had been there for years .The manager did apologise to us for this saying the carpet was to be replaced in a month . New management is required at this hotel until then avoid at all costs TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Nice property

Feb 11th, 2020

We checked into the hotel well after 3pm and our room was not ready so we were upgraded to a suite. We were very surprised but the suite was awesome! We had a huge balcony overlooking the ocean and the pool. Our room was huge as was our bathroom. The a/c worked very well in the bedroom but didn’t work at all in the sitting room. The staff was very friendly and we enjoyed our stay. The room was clean and spacious. The gardens were very beautiful and there is a very large sand bottom pool. There’s also a beach volleyball set. We didn’t spend much time at the hotel but we liked what we saw. Beach towels needed to be returned by 7pm at night to the towel hut and there was one night we were bummed to return them so soon since we were using them to lay on and enjoy the warm evening. We had just stayed at Sofitel over on Moorea and I will say we enjoyed our bungalow over on Moorea more. The beach/waterfront of this Sofitel was much smaller and not as picturesque as our Sofitel on Moorea. This Sofitel needs a bit of updating to compete with the one on Moorea. The mini bar at this one is NOT complimentary, contrary to the one on Moorea. If you are looking to stay in an overwater bungalow, spend your money at the Sofitel in Moorea! Just judging by the outside, Moorea’s looked way nicer. Nonetheless, our stay was great and we have no major complaints!! It is very close and conveniently located near a pharmacy, grocery store and some restaurants! We walked down the road every day. Our ride to the airport on an early Sunday morning was no more than 10 minutes although during the week traffic can get quite heavy. We did not dine on the property but heard a Polynesian show happening one night with live music. Once again, staff was great and friendly and we enjoyed our stay. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

French Polynesian Retreat

Feb 11th, 2020

An excellent place to spend the last few days of an old year, and the first week of the new year. Pleasant location, surroundings and staff, food and wine, activities were on point. The social events arranged by the hotel were exemplorary. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Service

Feb 4th, 2020

Because of the timing of flights our Bora Bora holiday was bookended by a night either side on the island of Tahiti. We were happy to have chosen la Ora. We were given spacious rooms with lovely amenities. Everything we needed. Staff were very accomodation even able to print out our boarding passes for our onward flights. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

OK FOR 1 NIGHT

Feb 3rd, 2020

We were traveling around the Society Islands on our private yacht and stayed and dined at some wonderful resorts along the way. We stayed at this hotel as it was the last night and relatively close to the PPT airport. We arrived late afternoon and tried to get a snack/drink at the bar pool side, but after we ordered one drink and sandwich, they said no more as they were now closed and we had to go inside (it was still warm and light out). the property was nice, but they had no idea about their accommodations - they made us walk 2 buildings past our building, up two flights of stairs to our room because the person directing us did not know there was an elevator in the building adjacent to ours that had an elevator that went all the way to the 5th floor. The dinner was memorable only in that the salad was so dressed it was hardly edible which caused the waitress to ask "it no good' to which we replied its OK but the burger was better. Come on, we had reserved a taxi for 5:30 am and there was one waiting at the curb but we were told not ours. They ran and got another group but that group climbed out and said it was not their taxi as they were not going to the airport. After 15 min of waiting, the bell person finally offered us the same taxi. The property seemed very dated and tired with service poor to say the least.compared to all of the other Tahitian resorts we visited . We do note that this might be an old SPG property that was neglected (old SPG room signs) and needs a LOT of work. Will stay closer to the airport next time. Maururru. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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