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We stayed at the Intercontinental and fought for reservations at the Lotus. The food was excellent - make sure you ask for a table on the dock side - you'll be perched out over the water with the fish swimming underneath and a warm breeze...More
Here's the thing. The service level was a disappointment and does not match the standard set by the kitchen or the number on the check. Dedicate someone to Host and not split time between front of house and interacting tableside with dining guests. It's that...More
Four of us had the 3-course dinners and the ambiance sitting in a bungalow over the water was wonderful. Scallops sashimi and the shrimp ravioli were standout dishes we highly recommend. Duck and veal were delicious. We had the local dessert which we good but...More
On the grounds of the Intercontinental Resort, The Lotus is a small restaurant perched over the water under two thatched roofs. Dinner is done in fine style with excellent French cuisine. At first, the menu is a bit intimidatingly expensive, but if you browse the...More
We decided to have our “last night in paradise” celebration dinner here. We stayed at the Intercontinental Le Moana in Bora Bora and service was excellent (by any standards) and we were sick of slow service so we figured it’d be the same here. Sadly,...More
Absolutely stunning views, ambiance. Relaxing, you feel like you are a world away. You are. Friendly staff, although the service was a bit slow at times. The best restaurant at the Intercontinental. The Grilled Scallops were out of this world.
Our dinner at Le Lotus was not romantic or memorable. Food was fine, but the service wasn’t polished for a restaurant of that price point and the tables are too close together. Not worth it. Giving it a "poor" rating because disappointment came at a...More
Type in intercontinental papeete in your search engine, then send an email to the hotel through their contact listings on their website. We were there almost a year ago now, so prices and menu would have changed. However I... More
Type in intercontinental papeete in your search engine, then send an email to the hotel through their contact listings on their website. We were there almost a year ago now, so prices and menu would have changed. However I can recommend this restaurant as a wonderful experience.