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French Polynesia, Tahiti
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Formerly the legendary Beachcomber, The Intercontinental Tahiti offers travelers one of the most beautiful locations on the biggest island in French Polynesia. Located on a property that has more than 30 acres, it is filled with colorful gardens and takes advantage of its ocean side location and beautiful sandy beaches. It is only 10 kilometers away from the capital city of Papeete, and only 2 kilometers from the International Airport.


Over 260 rooms in a low-rise resort with rooms in three categories in nine adjoining story buildings, with attractive and tasteful decor. They offer all of the expected amenities including private terrace or balcony, bathroom with bathtub and shower, hairdryer, air conditioning, mini-bar, coffee service, high speed Internet and cable TV with local and international channels, private in-room safe.

74 Garden View Rooms (28.5 m²)
At garden level, with views over the tropical gardens and a partial view of the sea.
These rooms will accommodate either a king size or twin beds.
Accommodates up to 2 adults and 1child up to 15 years.

73 Lagoon View rooms (28.5 m²)
Same size as Garden view rooms, grouped around the central part of the resort with views across the lagoon and the sea. Twin or King size bed configuration.
Accommodates up to 2 adults and 1 child up to 15 years.

60 Panoramic Rooms (38.5 m²)
Slightly larger rooms and are often chosen by people who come for a romantic getaway, with views that show the Lotus pool and the lagoon.
Accommodates up to 2 adults and 1child up to 15 years or 3 adults.

16 Overwater Motu Bungalow (30.5 m²)
Sitting right on top of the lagoon, each luxury bungalow comes with its own sun deck with recliners and platform.
Accommodates up to 2 adults and 1child up to 15 years

14 Overwater Lagoon Bungalow (38.5 m²)
Located on the Lotus end of the resort, a perfect choice for solitude in a traditional Polynesian decor.
Accommodates up to 2 adults and 1 child up to 15 years or 3 adults.

Overwater Motu Villa (100 m²)
For larger groups, these villas provide luxuries including a private outdoor shower, a split level terrace and separate dressing area.
Accommodates up to 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children up to 15 years.


There are two restaurants and two bars on the premises.
- Tiare Restaurant : main restaurant with continuous service for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Serves a wide variety of local foods and specializes in seafood and selected meats from New Zealand. Dinner shows several times a week.
- Lotus Restaurant: overwater restaurant offers gourmet and degustation menus, fine wines.
- The Tiki Bar: a great place to relax and unwind with imported wines, beers and spirits.
- Lotus Swim-up Bar: one of the highlights of the hotel. Even though the bottom is white sand, it is a freshwater pool and offers a beautiful tropical experience.

Pool at duskLotus RestaurantSunset on MooreaBungalow exterior at dusk
Overview of the resortInfinity pool with sandy bottomPool & Bar at duskPanoramic room - BalconiesWelcome to TahitiGarden view roomOcean view roomPanoramic roomPanoramic room - double bedSuite Bathroom JacuzziRomantic dinnerDeep Nature Algotherm SpaOutside massageLotus Overwater RestaurantTiare Restaurant

Sports and Wellness

You can choose from a variety of activities including tennis, swimming, and snorkeling or spending the day in the newly renovated fitness center. There is a spa on site that includes a sauna and offers some of the best massage services you will ever experience.


There is a diving center on the premises where you can get instructions and equipment to explore the beautiful world under the waves. The Lagoonarium is also popular and one of the most enjoyable evening experiences is to watch the dinner show at the Tiare restaurant.

Our Opinion:

With well-appointed and secluded rooms, plenty of activities for adults and children and some incredible views, this hotel will provide a perfect romantic getaway. It takes very little time to get to the heart of the action in Papeete, but you might find that you don’t want to leave this tropical paradise.