Come to Rangiroa - a paradise of dynamic nature surrounded by the vivid blue lagoon. Walk through the palm trees through the entrance to find private guest rooms in traditional Polynesian architectural style.
The view of the clear waters of the lagoon behind the rooms glistening in the island sun, will take your breath away.
The vivid color and the incredible clarity of the lagoon is fittingly called 'Rangiroa Blue' - spend an unforgettable time in this paradise of the blue lagoon, attracting visitors from around the globe.
Rangiroa Island has a small population around 2,700 - local residents lead a simple lifestyle.
Warm and thoughtful and always smiling, the residents will greet with you a smile with Tahitian words like 'Ia Orana (hello)' and 'Maruru (thank you)' during your stay on the island.
Frank, friendly and positively cheerful - the smiles of the island residents are what make your stay in Tahiti unforgettable.
The 60 guest rooms are all independent cottages. Built in traditional Polynesian architectural style with modern design, the guest rooms are large and spacious. Choose from three types - Overwater Bungalow, Pool Villa and Beach Bungalow, whatever suits your taste and style.
The resort houses various facilities created for a quality stay - restaurant serving local and French fusion cuisine, overwater bars hovering above the lagoon, spa offering traditional Polynesian treatment - everything you need for a luxurious stay is right here.
Approximately 1 hour by boat from the hotel, Le Sauvage is a private island with only 5 guest rooms, located south of the Rangiroa atoll. Le Savage private Island will be closed from 1st May 2018 because of major renovation.
Rangiroa Island is a sought-after destination among divers, known for the incredible clarity. Popular marine sports include diving, snorkeling, canoeing and kayaking. Go on excursions to take in the grand nature of Rangiroa from the Blue Lagoon, the romantic Sand beach and Reef Island.
The amazing spectacle of the wild dolphins is a must-see: watch them jump in and out of the water everyday at sunset at Tiputa Pass, a 10-minute walk from the resort. The sight of the elegant dolphins playing in the waves is sure to stay with you for a lifetime.