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Hotel Sarah Nui offers free WiFi and is just 5 minutes’ walk from Papeete Ferry Terminal. All accommodations includes a flat-screen TV. A great and convenient place to stay in Papeete. Hotel Sarah Nui is super close to the ferry terminal. The room was amazing. The bed was comfortable as well. There is free parking in the parking garage below the hotel.
Royal Tahitien is located on Tahiti’s eastern coast, along the lovely lagoon which faces the Island of Moorea. This was a perfect place to start out our Tahiti experience. The room was clean and bright, a great view from our balcony - with the all glass for that wall. There were beautiful flowers all over the room and it was very welcoming.
Conveniently located just a 5-minute drive from the Papeete ferry wharf, Fare Suisse provides an excellent base for visitors of Tahiti. We appreciated the friendly welcome and vey clean room. Free transportation from the cruise ship and later to the airport were icing on the cake!
Located in Papeete, 2625 feet from Plage Hokule'a, Mahana Lodge Hostel & Backpacker offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and concierge services. Super clean and comfortable. AC in room Shared kitchen with everything that I need. Wonderful staff
Offering a sun terrace and views of the garden, Fare D'hôtes Tutehau is located in the Farii piti neighborhood. It is 15 minutes' walk from the heart of Papeete. If you're lucky to find this place available, book it! We had the most amazing stay. The rooms are very nice and sparkling clean. The breakfast was outstanding with many fresh fruits. Above all, the host was so welcoming that we didn't want to leave! Georgy is incredible, we could talk for hours with him and he gave us tips to go around the island that no one else ever gave us before. We also had a very late flight and Georgy, for basically no money because he took almost nothing, let us stay longer. We definitely recommend this amazing place!
Set 0.7 mi from Plage Hokule'a, TEA TAHITI HOLIDAYS - Fare Tea Tahiti offers accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a shared kitchen for your convenience. We had a fantastic stay!!! We were met at the airport (at 1;30 a.m. because flight delayed in SFO 4.5 hours) as arranged!!! Tea lodge was clean comfortable with a thoughtfully appointed room (night stands/charging places) and a very comfortab le bed. The A/C was also great! Tea Lodge rented us a car (brand new) for our day tour of Tahiti. We then took the car on the ferry to Mo'orea. Tea Lodge came to Mo'orea airport and met us to pick up the car as we flew on to Bora Bora. On return from Bora Bora, Tea Lodge allowed us to cash our bags there walk around town for a couple hours, then take a shower before our flight home. They are so nice and so helpful. Just super hosts. Tea Lodge is in walking distance from downtown and all you want to see there. lots of great eats nearby from exquisite French to superb food trucks at the port. Tea Lodge is like your full service travel agency in Tahiti, with airport pick-up and delivery, car rental, and rooms. More importantly they go out of their way to help you meet your schedule and itinerary. I cant speak highly enough about how well we were treated.
Featuring city views and free WiFi, Little Studios Ferry features accommodations ideally located in Papeete, within a short distance of Plage Hokule'a, Papeete Ferry Terminal and Paofai Gardens. Excellent location, very comfortable, great value, and warm and welcoming staff made our visit very pleasant. Thank you!
Conveniently located just 984 feet from central Papeete and the waterfront, Studio Center offers air-conditioned studios with a balcony, a kitchenette and a flat-screen TV. The apartment was very comfortable, super clean, and quiet. Nice terrace with beautiful view. The host, Marietta, arranged my pickup from the airport as well as transfer to my cruise ship. She even brought me bananas from her tree! She was readily available to answer any questions. The neighborhood was safe, and there’s a gas station convenience store a block away for necessities and even fresh chocolate croissants. The location is very close to Tahiti Nui Hotel, so just a short walk down to the food trucks. I really enjoyed my stay and would definitely stay here again!
The people, the food and the views all so exceptional. I really wish I could live here! The tute a tour tricycle was so much fun. The sharks the rays at Bora Bora Moorea so so unbelievable. I wish I was born here. This is heaven and pure paradise. One of my favorite locations. I love pasta so Italian comes in second. South Pacific is my #1 spot in the world.
Papeete town is dreary, grubby, and run down, some out of town OK sightseeing tours available. Beaches dirty and overrated, I would not return for an extended holiday but our 3 day stay was adequate for a break between flight and cruise. Despite emailing our cancellation, we were still charged for our last night post-cruise though we (and all visitors) were obliged to leave Tahiti immediately because of govt order closing borders due to Covid 19 - totally out of our control.
Just stayed here because of a late arriving flight and there were no more flights to Bora-Bora. Decent place to stay—Just wish the air conditioner worked better. Room was extremely hot when we arrived
We visited Papeete & toured Tahiti in 2000 & spent 4 nights there. So this was our 2nd visit. This time we had a few hours on a Sunday walking around in the rain (everything was closed!) off a cruise ship. 4 days later we took the hotel shuttle into town for a few hours of further exploration: There is a lovely blvd which runs along the oceanfront thru town, interesting restaurants, hotels, indoor shopping, architecture there, also Moorea ferry, cruise ships, magnificent yacht harbour. In town, the excellent glass & iron 2-story market with Everything available. Don't miss City Hall & the Assembly & Colonial blogs.
Papeete is not really a destination. You will probably have to spend a night or two here en route to other islands in French Polynesia. Try to make it as short as possible — there are no real sites to see or things to do.
Papeete was rather run down but it was interesting with lots to see and do if you hired a car. It was a city with a strange street set up which was a bit hard to navigate as they kept shifting barriers around. There was lots of rubbish in the streets which was disappointing. The central area was lovely in the evening with the food carts and balmy air, a cool breeze blowing from the harbour full of docked yachts and cruise ships, even a street concert . As I only had a week in the area, I should have stayed in Moorea longer than 2 days, as it was beautiful and easy to get around to the amazing beaches with a car. It was meant to be the rainy season but it hardly rained, the weather was fine but humid so being near the water for swimming and snorkelling was a must. This was difficult in Papeete but easy to do in Moorea.
This was a perfect place to start out our Tahiti experience. The room was clean and bright, a great view from our balcony - with the all glass for that wall. There were beautiful flowers all over the room and it was very welcoming.
A great and convenient place to stay in Papeete. Hotel Sarah Nui is super close to the ferry terminal. The room was amazing. The bed was comfortable as well. There is free parking in the parking garage below the hotel.
We appreciated the friendly welcome and vey clean room. Free transportation from the cruise ship and later to the airport were icing on the cake!
Beautiful view from balcony, nice infinity pool , food was very good too!
It’s close proximity to everything