Welcome and Maeva
A LEADING, PIONEERING CHAIN IN POLYNESIA
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is the leading chain of luxury hotels in Polynesia
and one of the first to move into the archipelago. It was therefore able to secure the most beautiful spots in the Society Islands, where the four establishments can be found.
FOUR HOTELS, FOUR PERSONALITIES, ONE PHILOSOPHY
Newly built Overwater bunglow Motu are now in the finishing stages (opening August).
More information Here.
Tahiti is the largest of the French Polynesian islands and the gateway to the archipelago.
Nestled in a sumptuous garden setting 12 hectares, the resort boasts two superb infinity pools and offers an extensive range of activities.
Surrounded by 11 hectares of lush, unspoiled vegetation, the hotel has become a sanctuary for dolphins and injured turtles. It also accommodates the first spa in Polynesia: the Helène Spa.
The "Le Moana" Resort snuggles in between two long beaches, in the shade
of a splendid coconut plantation.
The InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, situated on a coral island of the barrier reef, was the first hotel in French Polynesia to place its 80 spacious villas literally over water, standing on stilts between the ocean and the lagoon. Inspired by Marlon Brando, it’s also the world’s first hotel to run its air conditioning system with water extracted from the depths of the sea assuring a sustainable future for the environment.
Although they are clearly different in personality, these four hotels of the InterContinental chain in French Polynesia all embrace the same philosophy. They fit in perfectly with their natural surroundings, and attach great importance to protecting both the environment and local traditions.