The Brando Tetiaroa

The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
The Brando Tetiaroa French Polynesia
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Location

Located in the South Pacific Ocean and forming part of the Society Islands, the island of Tetiaroa is at the heart of traditional Polynesia culture and surrounded by beautiful beaches and reefs.

Accommodation

The villas are divided into one, two and three-bedroom villas, measuring 96sqm, 168sqm, and 246sqm respectively. The rooms are designed to blend with the environment, providing a seamless transition from outdoors to indoors, and come complete with a media room and Wi-Fi access. All the villas come with a private pool and outdoor bathtubs.

Dining

The resort offers two restaurants: The Beachcomber Café, serving Polynesian inspired dishes and traditional French cuisine and offering lagoon and ocean views; and Les Mutinés from Le Grandé Véfour, hosting an extensive climate controlled wine cellar. Guests can also unwind at The Manu, an open-air bar with tree-top seating areas; or the relaxed Bob’s Bar, named after Marlon Brando’s (who originally bought the island) friend and colleague, with whom he would often enjoy drinks at the bar on the island during their time there.

Leisure

Many water based activities are available, including snorkelling, kayaking and paddle-boarding. French Polynesian culture is truly alive on the island and guests can enjoy lectures and demonstrations from onsite researchers. Verua Spa allows guests to embrace the same luxuries that Tahitian royalty traditionally enjoyed on the island, with private massage and treatment rooms, steam rooms, a yoga shelter, a spa suite for couples and a tea and relaxation room.

Getting There

20 minutes by plane from Faa’a International Airport (PPT) in Papeete, Island of Tahiti

Weather / When To Go:

May - October

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