Hotels in Arue Reviews

4/585 Reviews
We have been waiting through the Covid years to go to the Le Bora Bora Pearl Resort on Bora Bora and since a layover in Tahiti was required, we decided to stay at the company’s Tahiti resort for 2 nights because there was a good combo deal with the Bora Bora hotel. The late night arrival, one full day and another night ended up costing us about $US1000, including lunch and dinner but not breakfast. Do I think it was worth the price? Probably not. (BTW, the breakfast buffet, while expansive, costs around $US35 per person). The room was spacious with a good bathroom. The bed was comfortable though the pillows were a bit flat. The balcony overlooked the black sand beach and the sea. It is a pretty resort. Moorea can be seen from the beach and you can swim or walk. The pool was nice but right next to the restaurant which seems to be common. There were cane chairs on the lawn and poolside lounges to sit and relax. The staff are helpful and friendly. Issue number 1 is the TV. CNN is the only English speaking station and it’s not worth watching anymore. The problem with all the French speaking stations is that the only subtitles available are also French. So no value for any later night television. Issue number 2 is the food options. They were OK without being exciting. And if you happen to need gluten-free, then your meals will be steak and salad. I probably expected more from a high class resort. Issue number 3 was the bath tub plug. It was broken and unusable. It was one of the pushdown models and it had snapped off. Now obviously we could have called about that and it would have been fixed with a bit of effort. However for an upmarket resort, it shouldn’t have been broken in the first place. It should have been noticed before our stay. Issue number 4 is “kill the rooster”. They have a wandering rooster and chickens. All very free range and natural. But the rooster crows not just at dawn but all day and more seriously, all night long. Our sleep was interrupted several times both nights by the random series of crowing at all hours. There are many positive things about this resort, which probably compensate for the few negatives. However, I just don’t think it was worth the expense. It is difficult to compare to any of the other resorts on the main island without having been to any. This may be the standard. I was expecting a bit more.
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Guide for Travelling in Arue

On, it's easy to search for hotels in Arue. If you want to stay at the best hotel in Arue, is here to help! Arue is a quiet city. You'll definitely feel relaxed during your visit. Arue is not a big city. When traveling here, you can choose to stay in hotels around the city center.

There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to Arue using other means of transportation. It's easy to travel by bus in Arue. There are buses to surrounding cities available every day.

There are not many hotels in Arue. Guests are advised to book in advance. Arue has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 177 SGD. There are not many well-known chain hotels in Arue, but staying at a unique local hotel will make you feel at home. A popular hotel in Arue, Les Manguiers is also one of the highest rated. If you're still unsure, recommends Moemoea Duplex by Tahiti Homes.

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