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Newest reviews for Mark's Place Moorea

  • Martin
      Brazil
    August 13, 2013

    Mark is a super friendly guy who will point you in the right direction and will tell you what to do once on the island. The bungalows are really nicely made and the decoration is cool. I stayed in one that even had a outside shower. The internet is super fast in comparison to other locations on the island. Mark's place is perfect for the traveler who likes to prepare few meals themselves, like a relaxing private location and likes to stay in nature away from the touristy spots.

    7.9

  • Samuel
      Venezuela
    July 20, 2013

    Good place Very good cabins It's in a good zone of the island Friendly attention from Mark

    Didn't respect the booking price agreement and we had to pay additional $280 USD. This is an unusual and risky situation. Welcome drinks were additionally charged without warning.

    7.5

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