Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa

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Why we like it

  • Experience complete relaxation on the heart–shaped island of Moorea
  • An emerald mountain backdrop, white sandy beaches and a crystal clear lagoon… what's not to love!
  • Enjoy both sunrise and sunset views from the overwater bungalows
  • Indulge in sensual wellbeing at the Moorea Lagoon Spa
  • The perfect choice for honeymoons, couples or families

A&K Top Tip

Pay a visit to the Belvédère lookout for stunning panoramic views over Moorea's surrounding landscapes right out to Tahiti and beyond.

Guest Testimonial

First experience with A&K. Intended to ask various travel companies for quotes but Vicky (Hamlin) was so good with her suggestions that we did not seek alternative quotations the suggested itinerary was excellent and helped us decide on a balanced and interesting holiday.

- GD, Windermere

Located on French Polynesia's 'Island of Love', the Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa is a romantic beachfront property nestled between Opunohu Bay and Cooks Bay. Just 10 miles wide, the island of Moorea has previously been described as one of the most beautiful islands in the world and we can definitely see why; The resort is surrounded by an unspoiled landscape of jagged volcanic mountains, exotic flower gardens, powder white beaches and a crystal clear lagoon teaming with tropical marine life.

Each of the 104 thatched bungalows display a contemporary Polynesians style and are nestled in the colourful gardens or raised on stilts above the lagoon. All rooms have their own private terrace, marble bathroom with rain shower and separate bath tub and views overlooking the gardens, beach or lagoon. Garden Pool Bungalows have the added benefit of a private plunge pool. Those wanting a little more space can opt for one of the three spectacular suites; Covering 159 square metres, The King Garden Pool Suite boasts a separate living area, large private terrace and swimming pool while the King Overwater Bungalow and King Panoramic Overwater Bungalow both feature a water-side sun deck, glass-floor viewing panel and direct access to the lagoon.

Rotua Grill and Bar, situated between the pool and beach, is the perfect setting for snacks and light lunches while Arii Vahine Restaurant offers a combination of Polynesian and international cuisine, buffets, à la carte dishes and themed menus. After dinner, head over to trendy overwater bar, Toatea, for French Crêpes, Tahitian cocktails and sunset views. Facilities at the resort include an infinity pool, fitness centre, tennis court and Moorea Lagoon Spa as well as complimentary use of snorkelling equipment, kayaks, paddle boards and pedal boats. There are also numerous activities to be enjoyed around the island, such as heli-tours, horse riding and deep sea fishing.

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Fly to

Papeete (Air New Zealand Wed, Fri, Sun)

flying time

23 hours, via Los Angeles

time difference

GMT - 10 hours


Not required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area

Best time to travel

Jan - Oct


The South Pacific is drier and cooler June through to October and this is perhaps the best time to visit, however take into account the tradewinds which can bring unstable weather from the south between June and August. November to May is warmer and more humid but still a great time to travel.

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