Part of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux collection, Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa welcomes you to a world of immaculate beauty, a timeless of sophistication and authenticity.
Located on the secluded Motu TauTau, facing the lush island of Taha'a on the lagoon side and the majestic silhouette of Bora Bora on the ocean side, the resort inspired by traditional architecture and style hosts 57 remarkable suites and villas.
Built around the existing vegetation, the resort exquisitely blends into the islet's environment. Quite unique in the Tahitian islands, the resort's main dining room is wrapped around trees, offering a perfectly serene atmosphere for breakfast and dinner, and resftul views of the Taha'a lagoon.
The Beach restaurant, feet in the sand by the pool, is a stunning piece of Polynesian architecture with its amazing wood structure and thatched roof. One will enjoy this al fresco restaurant and the creative cuisine of our Chef.
Be as active as you wish and enjoy the tennis court, volley ball, table tennis, kayaking, the air conditioned fitness center, the fantastic coral garden easily accessible from the resort's beach, power walk through the property or on the island of Taha'a within a 5-minute reach by boat (free of charge).
Or relax by the pool, in the jacuzzi, in a hammock...
Le Spa by Le Taha'a will be your haven of peace and serenity, with wonderful Polynesian treatments and massages.
To enhance your stay in the Tahitian islands, a wide range of excursions is available: visit to vanilla plantations, pearl farms, waverunner tours, scuba diving, hiking, day tours to the neighbour island of Raiatea, snorkeling and picnic tours, etc...
Polynesian wedding ceremonies are available as well as a nice array of Romantic Rendez-Vous, special moments created for 2!
As far as transfers, there will be 2 different ways to each the resort: a 35 mn boat transfer from the Raiatea Airport or a 14 mn helicopter flight from Bora Bora.
For guests booked at Le Taha'a and in a Bora Bora resort, we recommend to start the voyage with Le Taha'a and end in Bora Bora.