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We stayed at the Pension de la Plage for 3 nights in September 2012 for the start of our honeymoon in French Polynesia. The bungalows are simple but nice and clean. The owner couple was very friendly and gave us tips where to have dinner...More
This pension offers about 10 rooms around a small swimming pool in a nice garden, located close to the beach and the central ‘highway’ along the coast. You can choose for a normal room or a room with kitchenette. Budgetwise we think the kitchenette is...More
We stayed here for nearly three weeks with our two boys aged 11 and 9. This is the most economical way to enjoy this little piece of paradise. There is a busy road in front of the pension, but it never bothered us. It was...More
I stayed at Pension de la Plage two times - before and after my trips to Bora Bora and Moorea. Both times I thoroughly enjoyed it. The room was spacious, clean and all that I needed. The kitchenette meant that I could prepare food in...More
I stayed at the Pension De La Plage for three nights in June 2012. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Rooms are spacious and clean. Beach is across the street. Roulettes (Crepes and Steak) are also across the street in the evening hours. Next...More
When we visited Pension de la Plage Tahiti in December, 2016, transportation from airport to pension on arrival and pension to airport on departure was arranged by the pension. Not sure if it was included in basic room... More
When we visited Pension de la Plage Tahiti in December, 2016, transportation from airport to pension on arrival and pension to airport on departure was arranged by the pension. Not sure if it was included in basic room price or not. Generally, public transit in French Polynesia is unpredictable. If the bus is already full, it will drive past you and one never knows when the next one might come. Pension de la Plage is quite a distance from Papeete which is the main centre. On other Polynesian islands, hitch hiking is part of the culture and next vehicle to pass you will give you a ride. No one just drives by unless their vehicle is totally full. But, I don't recall seeing people hitch-hiking on Tahiti Island. Car rentals are expensive in Polynesia and be prepared to pay $100 per day. We rented a car for just three days on Tahiti and also rented on Bora Bora, Tahaa, Huahine and, Moorea. Find this to be good value. 4x4 excursions are available on all the islands, including Tahiti. Majority of times, one sees the back of a small truck with seats facing each other. So, you get a sore neck from twisting around to see the scenery but, what you see most is the people sitting across from you. Rental car, you have nice air conditioning and you go at your own pace with front window view.
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"The rooms furthest from the road although there aren't many"