Hilton Moorea and St Regis Bora Bora
The trip was amazing!!!! Wish we could stay longer! haha
Bora Bora and Moorea were so beautiful. The water, the bungalows, everything were just like pictures. St. Regis was absolutely gorgeous! The service was top notch. Thank you so much for helping us with the booking!
Thank you for following up.
I have never seen a place as beautiful as Tahiti. It was such an incredible trip and we are just blown away! We were upgraded in Bora Bora as you said we would and we were so speechless.
I want to take this opportunity to thank you so much and to tell you we will absolutely keep you in mind for future trips.
*Koro Sun Rainforest Resort & Spa
It was amazing!!! Had so much fun in la and then was nice and relaxing in moorea! Thanks again for everything!
Hi! Our trip was AMAZING! We are so sad to be back. Vomo was absolutely magical! The food was top notch, people were incredible, bure was beautiful, and they treated us like royalty! Royal Davui was definitely more secluded and had more... culture... but we missed the never ending Fiji water and some of the other over the top things that Vomo had spoiled us with. The trips to the private islands were amazing at both resorts -- the sand bar at Davui was by far the most beautiful thing/place we've ever experienced. The tiny tiny plane that took us between Nadi and Davui was petrifying... but I did better for the flight back!
You did a fantastic job of putting everything together and went very smooth. I have to tell you the Moorea Hilton was a great hotel. It was the friendliest and nicest of all the hotels on Moorea. We had a blast there. We worked the manager and found a bungalow at the end of the pier. We were in heaven. Great staff working there. Bora Bora was nice. After having an incredible breakfast buffet at the Hilton and food for dinner the Le Moana was an extreme letdown for food only. A lot of fellow travelers we talked to agreed with us and luckily there is a lot of restaurants real close that a lot of us went to at night. Thanks for not booking us at the Hilton in Bora Bora. We talked to a few that stayed there and did not like it. We did get a bungalow at the end of the short pier at the end of the property which was nice and quiet. We did upgrade to Business Class coming back maybe $700 each. It’s not that much. I am 6’5” and the seats in Coach were terrible going over. Next time we book I’ll have you quote business class both ways. Thanks again
Intercontinental Tahiti, Intercontinental Moorea, Intercontinental Le Moana
The trip was awesome. We were very pleased with the Intercontinental. In Tahiti, it was close to the airport and it was easy to get around using the local transportation. The resort in Morea was very nice, too. We got to swim with baby sharks, dolphins and stingrays. Bora Bora was our favorite place. The over the water bungalows were even better than we expected. I never thought I’d be snorkeling under my hotel. I have been to Bali many times, but Tahiti has the most beautiful beaches. Next time, we’ll pass on including the dinners. There were so many local restaurants we would have loved to try. I should have taken your advice on that. All in all, we had a very relaxing time and met a lot of very nice people from all over the world.
We did quite a few tours and one of them included a museum. I liked the downtown central market in Tahiti. We didn’t try the food trucks, but we did find a very good Thai restaurant, which was very reasonable. Fiji may be a destination for next year. Let me know when you get back.
Thank you Renee.
Anyway, the honeymoon was outstanding! Staying at different types of properties by different hotels was definitely the right choice for us. And to cap it off at the St. Regis… there are no words that I can utter to do that property justice. The only thing that was missing from there was booking one of the 5 bungalow with its own private pool!
But alas, my bride had an amazing time and the trip itinerary was nothing short of perfect. We are already in the early stages of planning a family vacation with our parents & siblings back to the St. Regis in 2013!! You are sure to hear from me as the time moves closer…
Intercontinental Tahiti, Intercontinental Moorea, Le Meridien Bora Bora
"Pure Paradise", is the only way to describe Tahiti! Our honeymoon trip was amazing - thanks so much!! We loved the Moorea Pearl and the Hilton Nui on Bora Bora was fabulous! I see why they filmed The Bachelorette there! All the excursions that you recommended worked out perfectly.. was a little freaked out by the stingrays... We liked having the package with the meals - was easier.
WE have great photos and even better memories to last a lifetime. Take care and we will be in touch for an anniversary trip next year!
Intercontinental Le Moana - Overwater Horizon Jr Bungalow Suite
we had the most amazing time! we're actually a little depressed to be back home. you know how usually after a vacation you're like, "well that was nice, but it's nice to be back home!" we definitely don't feel that this time. haha!
yes, we did the jetski tour and the jeep tour (nice suggestion!). we also snorkeled around our room every single day, sometimes twice a day. we got the fish to eat right out of our hands!
we thought the food was just "ok" overall on the island. we REALLY liked Kaina Hut, went there twice. La Villa Mahana was too rich. too much cheese, cream, oil, and butter. we felt sick afterwards. i think it would have been the perfect amount if we had just split 1 of their 5 course meals. in case your clients are interested, it looks like La Villa Mahana is no longer "sold out" months in advance. it seems there are empty tables nightly there and we got a reservation same day.
our room was awesome!! we definitely would stay at Le Moana again on our next trip out there. i love that it's on the main island, it's so much more convenient being able to just up and go to the market or restaurants without worrying about a boat schedule. Le Moana is also not as "resorty" as the Thalasso and therefore felt more like paradise. :)
we can't wait to go back!! thanks, renee!
It is hard to adequately describe the experience of 10 days in the South Pacific. It is so geographically isolated and feels that way as well. It is truly a "get away from it all" destination.
We enjoyed the 9 night Society Island/Tuomotu Cruise aboard the gorgeous Paul Gauguin. We had two cabins for the four of us and certainly had plenty of space. We never even used all the cabinets and drawers that were available. The cabin is outfitted in wood and has an old world yacht feel to it, as does the entire ship.
The room service was perfect every morning! We only went to the dining room for breakfast one time. It was just so easy to order the night before and enjoy coffee and breakfast in the comfort of our staterooms.
The food was fabulous! We had reservations in The Verandah for New Year's Eve and it was a very festive party atmosphere along with an elegant dinner. The party that followed on the pool deck was great! The other nights we enjoyed dinner in the main dining room, L'Etoile. We thought it was great - 6 course meals every night. Saw no need to eat anywhere else.
We enjoyed many excursions in each port. We certainly enjoyed the 4wheel drive jeep tour in Bora Bora - actually got stuck - a REAL 4 wheel drive experience. The kids loved it! Toured black pearl farms in Bora Bora and Tahaa. Went snorkeling many times, including a night snorkel with the Ambassadors program - what a treat! Our family enjoyed scuba diving off Bora Bora and saw black tipped reef sharks and lemon sharks - very up close and personal.. The dive masters are superb! We loved the stingray and tiki snorkel off Moorea with the Ambassadors Program as well. The day on the motu was fun even though it rained - the rain was a relief from the summer heat.
The crew works very hard to make sure everyone has a great time and things run very smoothly. The entire staff knows you by name within hours of arrival. There is a casual, relaxed atmosphere and friends are made quickly.
This is an amazing adventure!
Sail Away Deck Party - Moorea
We're back and had a restful and wonderful time. The hardest part was the travel to and from Tahiti. The seats in economy are much smaller than we are used to (Southwest has Tahiti Nui beat by a mile!) We had a balcony on our stateroom on the ship and are glad we paid the extra to have one. The stateroom was roomy enough with plenty of closet and storage. The room attendant was GREAT. She was never in our way and always made sure we had plenty of towels and a tidy room.