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Hiti Moana Villa

32 P.k., 98712 French Polynesia
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#8 of 40 B&Bs / Inns in Tahiti
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Free parking
Wine / champagne
BBQ facilities
Mosquito net
Laundry service
Parking garage
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
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Blackout curtains
Bottled water
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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1Hawk wrote a review Oct 2018
7 contributions1 helpful vote
I was thrown out of bed at 6:45 this morning by roofers hard at work. The racket was unbelievably jarring. The walkways are littered with construction debris. Upon complaining to ownership, the lady simply said it's not like we're paying a high price! We made reservations back in February/ March and were told nothing regarding impending construction. I've never experienced anything like this! Saddening, as our first few days were idyllic. The property is beautiful and one can easily see the care ownership takes with it. This experience, however, has been hands down the worst I've ever had- and I mean Ever Anywhere.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Leo C wrote a review Oct 2018
London, United Kingdom14 contributions5 helpful votes
We arrived at Hiti Moana for our honeymoon from the UK at around 11.20 - we had luckily rented a car - the gates were shut and it was in pure darkness even though we had emails confirming our later arrival. There were no signs of life anywhere in the complex, we luckily found a room that was unlocked so after about an hour and being absolutely exhausted we decided just to sleep in the room (was not cleaned or made up for guests) We ensured that we were up early so we could formally check in - at around 6am the gardener (who was a very polite chap) went and found the owner? She asked who we were and was very confused - we produced the emails showing the confirmation but she had no idea that we were due. We checked in eventually and were given the room we had ‘crashed’ in the night before. It was a good size with basic equipment overlooked the pool / lagoon. The room was in need of some updates but was not terrible. Although very very warm at night with the ceiling fans not doing a great deal. We also both fell victim to mosquitos suffering countless bites (even with repellent) there were also ants and cockroaches (didn’t bother us) On booking it states free WiFi but it does not work in the room so we had to sit in reception to use it (lots of biting insects here also!) Cleaning also was a bit hit and miss with our room not being cleaned a few times and rubbish not being taken out. The lagoon was stunning and the water crystal clear to see a large array of fish and even sea snakes. We watched a great sunrise! The pool and gardens were maintained very well by the young chap who was very smiley and friendly. The restaurant is only open Wednesday to Sunday and is run independently but the owners seem to use it as their entertainment hub, good food and service though! (On the expensive side) YOU NEED TO HIRE A CAR if you want to do anything here as otherwise it will be impossible- we chose this location as it is out of Papeete and the hustle and bustle, and with a hire car it worked well. Overall - Good location out of the city and you get what you pay for. If you want high end customer service then this is not the place It needs a bit of money spending on it as the rooms are very tired and old - but for a base it was OK!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Cursive9 wrote a review Mar 2018
Las Vegas, Nevada287 contributions155 helpful votes
-Bungalow has space between roof and wall so bugs can enter the room at anytime. Wife got chowed by Mosquitos and whatever else while sleeping. Attached is photo of daddy long leg spiders in bathroom, was five total on door three in this photo. While the spiders are fine, the problem is the amount of bugs inside your room. Clearly if the spiders aren’t catching any bugs they would be somewhere else. -Second the internet didn’t work in the rooms. Internet only worked at the lobby but worse is everyone hangs there and once you have a few people on the Internet is worthless bad. -No ac in room, island style. The place was ok for me, I survived the night. Would have my own 4g next time and bugs don’t bother me I have sour blood. But my wife had dozen plus bites overnight, some that got swollen and ugly. If you are the type that get bit, hopefully I saved you before booking here. I booked one night last second as everything, literally everything else was full on the island as this was by far the best ranked still open. Nets in the room would be a positive addition and maybe the Internet was just a temp issue.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
lori n wrote a review Nov 2017
1 contribution
bungalows were on the sun side of the island, water side of the highway,.beautiful sunsets from the lodge. Great family run place. There is snorkeling right in front, you can go kayaking also. It's on the bay, there is not a beach there but there are beaches not far from the lodge. Good food at the restaurant. Very quiet and peaceful place.
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Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
Hemmingway123 wrote a review Oct 2017
22 contributions8 helpful votes
The bungalows are a little bit old but nothing special. The surroundings are amazing and the place are small so there are not really many people around all the time. The owner are really sweet and can help you with the most. The only bad thing to say is that the place are fare from the market and other sights and it's difficult to travel around the island without a car.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$99 - $127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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French PolynesiaSociety IslandsTahiti
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