Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort is a beachfront spa resort located in Tikehau's Tuherahera neighborhood.
This Tikehau property has a private beach. Dining options at Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort include a restaurant and a poolside bar. Room service is available during limited hours. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool. Spa amenities include massage/treatment rooms, facials, body treatments, and beauty services. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. The property offers an airport shuttle (surcharge). ;Additional property amenities include a library, multilingual staff, and gift shops/newsstands.
There are 37 guestrooms at Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort. Guestrooms are all accessible via exterior corridors. Balconies offer ocean views. Coffee/tea makers and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature showers, makeup/shaving mirrors, bathrobes, and slippers. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge; guestrooms also offer direct-dial phones, desks, and in-room safes. Televisions have cable channels. Rooms also include separate sitting areas, ceiling fans, welcome amenities, and clock radios. A turndown service is available nightly, housekeeping is offered, and guests may request wake-up calls. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.
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The most beautiful lagoon, location and island. Overwater suite was spectacular, large room lots of space, very comfy. Highly recommended island and resort, excellent snorkeling and walking the reef to the neighboring motus is a must.
"Good hotel but can do better"
We went to tikehau pearl beach resort for our honeymoon. The place is to die for. The tuamotu are just umbeliavle of beauty. I totally recommend to go there. You are totally lost in middle of nowhere and that's wonderful. The hotel is very nice, the bungalow are ok, I recommend the overwater but careful the ones at the end, the ones that you can go swim in the lagoon directly from the bungalow, not all have direct access to the sea. You can snorkel just under your bungalow, or even over the other motu in front, you can also take a kayak and go explore all the motus around, wonderful experience. The place is a paradise. The restaurant of the hotel is very good, amazing fish cooking, and the service is excellent really. Order the fishburger, and do not miss that risotto of potatoes from the chef which is umbelievable! The only bad things I would say is that the welcoming in the hotel must be I think more personalised, not taking people in group to their room for an hotel at 700$ a night. Also, one of our days there, it was raining a lot and it started raining in our home, like fews drops on our bed for like 20 min through the ceiling of our bungalow. The director of the hotel was very understandable about the problem and had the right attitude, to send someone straight away to change bed, propose another bungalow but explaining it would most likely the same prob in other bungalow and that there were new from march but that unfortunately the way the bungalow are built (open on the side, btw you must no no AC) that makes this possible. Thanks god, it stopped raining but I think that for the price of the bungalow, they should revise how to be sure that this does not happen. Except this everything was perfect and this did not ruin at all our trip and I would still recommend it as the site is amazing and if you dive, book it every day, its just like a dream: we saw turtles, sharks, one tiger sharks, rays and so many amazing fishes. We used the diving center of the hotel which I recommend is so professional and friendly.
"Beauty Beyond Comparison"
Although only a five minute drive and a fifteen minute boat ride from the airport this hotel feels very remote. It is set in a stunning setting and is very relaxing. The best snorkling was directly around the hotel and it was excellent. So you could just go at your leisure. Our trip out to the gap did not compare. The room was lovely. A little dark and had no AC but just a little warm as there was a nice cross breeze if you leave the windows open. Loved the over the water bungalow but others nicely placed near the shore. The food was excellent, the best fruit we had on four islands. Breakfast has whole wheat bread and some cereal as well as the French pastries you find on all these islands. You can take a nice walk around the motu and walk, snorkel or kayak across to the next one. Wifi in the lounge and restaurant. As in all the Polynesian Islands bring reef or water shoes. Spectacular.
"Wonderful place ever"
The Pearl Beach Resort in Tikehau is one the most wonderful place I have ever been. Pink sand beaches, clear blue lagoon, private islands, incredible sunset.... The suites are awsome and the friendliness of the staff is unheard of! (Thank you Yann!) I would definately not hesitate a second to go back there! (And i actually preferred much Tikehau to Bora Bora)! (We went there in August 2015, i realize it's a bit late, but I do want to share this experience).
"Barefoot luxury at its best"
Think of a place where you feel a million miles from anywhere. Calm, impossibly turquoise waters lap pink, soft sand beaches edging the lagoon, wherein harmless reef sharks abound. They have time on their side as they lazily cruise about, as do you. You stay in a tastefully and simply-furnished bungalow, with a comfy bed and plenty of hot water. Other than that creature comforts are not the focus but who cares'. The wifi works only in the main area, you have a TV you probably won't watch, the food is hearty and very good, the cocktails cool and fresh. Service is excellent but low key. The staff know your name, and couldn't be friendlier. There are a few boats bobbing, kayaks too. It is quiet, with just the rustle of palm leaves and the unceasing rumble of pacific waves just a few hundred yards away. The stars dress the night sky magically, for it is properly dark here too. Only in darkest Africa have I seen stars like this. Welcome to the Pearl in Tikehau. This is real barefoot luxury and it is heavenly. If you want action-packed days and haute cuisine (think the bora bora resorts) this place will seem quiet after a couple of days. But if you have time on your side and are ready to go with the flow you have come to the right place. That is not to say it is dull, far from it, for there is table tennis, pool, a lovely little freshwater swimming pool, kayaks, and a bunch of activities. The diving is first class, with 2 local well-run operators and great corals and sea life (especially Pelagics) and incredible water visibility on the outer reef. The day trip to bird island followed by a bbq lunch on a deserted 'motu' was out of this world and the number 2 favourite day of our whole 3 week trip (2 adults with kids of 7 and 12). The spa was very nice too. 2 small things we think would improve this lovely place. First, notwithstanding my earlier comments the resort feels a boat short. There is no organised snorkelling trip really and indeed this is not a great snorkelling place ( the best snorkelling is on the outer reef which the dive tours will host but it's a long trip and really caters for divers with snorkelling an afterthought). the fishing option (handlines) was fun but is tame and yet it could be fabulous judging from the huge schools of trevally, barracuda and tuna I saw diving. In fact the best snorkelling is right under the first group of overwater bungalows because there is a small inlet from the outer ocean meaning very clear water and corals, and fish. The water is less clear in the lagoon itself but super-calm and warm. Secondly we absolutely understood the necessity of a limited and unfussy menu, but we did struggle to find anything resembling vegetables even though these are widely available on Tahiti. All in all though top marks to the management. Glitzy this hotel is not, and thank goodness for that. They have really found a lovely balance of comfort in truly wonderful surroundings. We absolutely loved it.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM