With state of the art technology and in-suite kitchen quarters, each room will offer a luxurious, well-appointed home base for travellers of all kinds, from business travellers staying for a week to leisure travellers en route to the outer islands. The four-star resort encompasses five separate buildings, the first housing the reception area, restaurants, meeting rooms and 12 guest rooms, and the additional four housing 109 guest rooms between two floors.
Rooms range from the Guest Rooms located in the main hotel building to the Garden and Lagoon Suites with separate bedroom, through to the One, Two and Three Bedroom Manava Suites located on the upper floors with panoramic views of the lagoon and Moorea Island.
Restaurants and Dining
The Manava Suite Resort boasts a restaurant and two bars.
For a delectable experience in an elegant setting, go to the Vaitohi Restaurant and sample Polynesian and international flavours. Discover the true meaning of Polynesian hospitality and service, warm and spontaneous.
The Punavai Lounge Bar has been designed to reflect the modernity and design of new Polynesian ambience whilst the Taapuna Pool Bar provides the ideal place to sip a cocktail, dangle your feet in the water and face a spectacular sunset.
Manea Spa at Manava Suites invites you to experience the rich massage tradition of Polynesia. They seek out the best natural products long used and appreciated by their ancients. Manea Spa uses only 100% natural products whose origin has been certified to protect your body and hygiene. Manea spa products are made exclusively for the Spa in Tahiti, to a formula that retains the intrinsic natural properties of their flowers and plants.
Manava Suite Resort also has a fitness centre for the more active, with swimming pool, snorkeling gear and Aqua-gym in the pool twice a day. They can also help out with various excursions around the island including dolpin watching, surf and body boarding, sunset cruises and scuba diving as well as day tours out to Bora Bora and Moorea.