Le Tahaa Island Resort & Spa
Le Tahaa Island Resort & Spa, Raiatea

Ia Orana e Maeva! Welcome to the ultimate Tahitian hideaway!

Le Taha’a by Pearl Resorts is a world of its own. Set on beautiful Motu Tautau, a private islet looking onto the lush shores of Taha’a on one side and the majestic silhouette of Bora Bora on the other, our intimate resort offers 58 remarkable suites and villas inspired by timeless traditional Polynesian architecture and style.

Le Taha’a was the first member of Relais & Chateaux in the Islands of Tahiti. It embraces the exclusive network’s philosophy of sophistication and authenticity, in harmony with its preserved environment, people and local culture.

More than a resort, Le Taha’a is an experience…

Le Taha’a by Pearl Resorts was the first member of Relais & Chateaux in the Islands of Tahiti.

Le Taha’a by Pearl Resorts is a 5-star property on its own motu, a small islet poised between the reef and the lagoon, 35 minutes from the Raiatea airport and five minutes away from the village of Tapuamu with the resort’s shuttle boats.

If you are coming in from Bora Bora, the 14-minute helicopter flight is a must, for the breathtaking views over our stunningly gorgeous lagoons, the wave-fringed reef and the majestic ocean.

Le Taha’a’s authentic Polynesian architecture and interior design, the luxurious grounds and the time-honored tradition of Tahitian hospitality will transport you to another world.

Whether you stay in one of our iconic Overwater Suites villas or in a Pool Beach Villa, Le Taha’a will be a dream of an island home come true.

The three restaurants offer French-Polynesian fusion food, from beachside snacks to gourmet dining.

The Tāvai Spa will introduce you to Polynesian well-being rituals and restore your mind-body balance.

3 restaurants, 2 bars, swimming pool, spa, game room, library, beach volley ball, kayaks, outrigger Canoes, snorkeling equipment , tennis, wind surfing.
•A Relais & Chateaux Property •2006 Conde Nast Traveler Gold List
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Uporu Island, French Polynesia