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at Pension de la Plage Tahiti

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... 10:00 am a woman knocked on the door requesting to leave the room. I have never seem something so stupid and impolite in my...
Room was clean. Very low key. A good spot to rest after a long flight and before going on to adventures. Quiet beach within...
... some French as that’s the national language. Our kitchenette room had good cooking facilities (although no tea/coffee...
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... wife and I are coming to Tahiti the evening of February 2, 2017 and hope to reserve a room for two nights at your Pension - Feb 2 to feb 4. Can we get information from you on...
Answer from Vincent M
Jun 2016 |
... terrace (Housework every day except Sunday). In every room, you have a safe-deposit box, a flat-screen television, a...
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mineiro82 wrote a review Dec 2019
Rio de Janeiro, RJ63 contributions22 helpful votes
Basically, the check out time is 10:00 am and when it was exactly 10:00 am a woman knocked on the door requesting to leave the room. I have never seem something so stupid and impolite in my uncountable travel life.
DON NOT RECOMMEND!!!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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clara c wrote a review Mar 2019
Cape Elizabeth, Maine5 contributions1 helpful vote
Room was clean. Very low key. A good spot to rest after a long flight and before going on to adventures. Quiet beach within walking distance. Breakfast was fresh fruits, baguettes, butter, jam, coffee or tea. Friendly, non-intrusive staff.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Nari_Kathy wrote a review Aug 2018
Brisbane, Australia4 contributions
The Pension de la Plage is a lovely, homely family-run motel on the ring road. The owners and staff were really friendly and helpful, and spoke a moderate amount of English - although it helps if you at least try to speak some French as that’s the national language. Our kitchenette room had good cooking facilities (although no tea/coffee supplied), but the supermarket is only a short walk away and hot drinks are served as part of the lovely continental breakfast on offer each morning. Beds were comfortable and everything was clean and secure. Dogs and cats were friendly. The rooms at the front of the property are a little noisy as traffic heading into the city starts early. But there was no honking of horns or sirens. 🙂 Gardens are lush and well maintained, and the pool looked lovely. (I travelled for work and didn’t manage a dip!) The beach access is straight across the road. We had a really lovely stay and I would happily return to stay at this accommodation.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled on business
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Richard W wrote a review Feb 2018
Santa Ana, California71 contributions42 helpful votes
We book this hotel after getting off a cruise ship and having to spend the entire day on Tahiti before our flight home.

The owners and staff went out of the way to make us feel comfortable. The pool is refreshing and rooms are large. There is a restaurant that services the hotel directly on the ocean. The room have a/c.

Due to no taxis available the night of my flight home, the owner went out of his way to take us to the airport.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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happyme_13 wrote a review Nov 2017
Calgary, Canada241 contributions93 helpful votes
Spent three wonderful days here. Totally simple, with fridge,hot plate for cooking, if wanted. Start your day by walking north to the boulanger for excellent croissant and pan au chocolat. Then have the pension breakfast.
There is loaner snorkel equipment, but we had our own. Walk across the street, through the public parking lot and there is the lagoon. The farther out you go, the better the fish and corals. Easily forty, fifty kinds of each. Great visibility. We would go right to the barrier reef, for hours, coming back all prunish and chilled!! Some of the finest snorkelling ever for us! Better than anything we've seen in the Caribbean!
Don't miss the roast chicken roulotte at the traffic circle you passed on the way for croissants. A big chicken, roast potatoes and amazing gravy....1800 fpx. Closed Monday and Tuesday. We hitch hiked into Papeete one day, had to taxi back at 3200fpx after dark! No buses. Went for the pierside roulottes. Nothing outstanding and pricey when factoring in that taxi return. There are two other roulottes, crepes and pizza, by the pension, which we missed, as they were both closed on Tuesday!!
Yes, the pension is on the road. So turn on the music on your phone. Very low...comfortable bed.
There is a dehumidifier in the room which made for a very comfortable environment.
Your hosts are a friendly, hard working French Polynesian family.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: 24 hour access pool a nice plus
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Answer from Vincent M
Jun 2016 |
Ia orana ! Our rooms are around a swimming pool. Rooms have a private bathroom with hot solar water and a private terrace (Housework every day except Sunday). In every room, you have a safe-deposit box, a flat-screen television, a fridge and a fan. The stadard room is at 8 850 XPF one night for two people. The kitchenette room with corner cooking has and more: a bar with crockery, microwave, induction hob and a sink is at 10 850 XPF one night for two people. Children under 12 years old are free in the parent's room. The air conditionner is an option at 2000XPF We accept Visa and MasterCard Check in: 11:00am Check out: 10:00am Thank you And hope to see you soon, Vincent
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