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Polynesia - Manihi (Paeua)

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Manihi Pearl Beach Resort

PO Box 1
Phone: 68-950-8445
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-14.43786, -146.065566

Overview of Manihi Pearl Beach Resort

Using noble materials such as precious wood, bamboo, shells, pandanus leaves and coconuts, the 40 bungalows are an invitation to a change of scenery with direct access to the crystal water of the lagoon. Dine in the open air restaurant Poe Rava or enjoy a refreshment at the Miki Miki bar which is nestled between the white sand beach and the fresh water infinity pool. Fare Manea Spa invites you to experience the rich massage tradition of Polynesia, thanks to the best certfied 100% natural products. The hotel also features two boutiques, a dive center and a wide range of excursions. Diving with Manihi Blue Nui Dive Club located at the hotel captivates and thrills both novice and experienced deviers alike.

This beachfront spa resort is located in the Turipaoa neighborhood. Recreational amenities include a private beach, an outdoor pool, spa services and massage/treatment rooms. The resort also features an arcade/game room. Guestrooms open to balconies with sea views and feature televisions with cable channels. Other amenities include welcome amenities and minibars. This Manihi property has its very own private beach. Guests can unwind with a drink at one of the resort's bars, which include a poolside bar and a bar/lounge. High-speed wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Coffee/tea makers are provided. Bathrooms include showers, bathrobes, slippers, and makeup/shaving mirrors.

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"Unfortunately, my experience was not very good. The sign said Open, but the doors were locked. I was told to go through the back entrance to get to the museum. I also had to leave through the back office area, as the doors were never opened up. As for the museum, it is very outdated, with some displays being broken. The information was interesting, but all of the information could probably be found online (or should be available online). If you go with low expectations, then it is worth the trip.


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