Le Meridien Tahiti is one of Tahiti's most luxurious accommodations. The hotel features 150 units total, including a mix of overwater bungalows, garden view rooms, lagoon view rooms and suites. On the grounds guests can enjoy a stroll through their beautiful botanical gardens and Japanese koi pond and walking bridge. Set on the beach, guests can also enjoy the free use of kayaking, canoes and snorkeling equipment for exploring the vibrant underwater world Tahiti is known for. The property also offers two bars and two restaurants, although make sure to add some culture to your stay with one of their Tahitian feasts and dance shows.
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A Nice Stopover
After a long flight from Los Angeles, it is quite pleasant to arrive at the newly remodeled Le Meridien. Rooms are spacious, comfortable and quiet. Drapes open to a lovely, watery landscape. A shade in the bathroom opens so one can soak and enjoy the view. Water bungalows are lovely. Wood walls and adornment give them a feeling of warmth.
A unique amenity: the hotel offers access to an artist's workshop. Artists can bring their materials and work there free of charge.
My main criticism is the food service which is pricey and mediocre. Wanting to grab a bite at the bar, I found the service to be almost non-existent.