InterContinental Tahiti Resort has long been rated the top hotel on the island of Tahiti. It is located alongside the lagoon with a view of Tahiti’s sister island, Moorea. The resort features two restaurants, Le Lotus and Le Tiare, and three bars, the Tiki Bar, Le Lotus Swim-Up Bar and the Lobby Bar. Le Lotus restaurant is completely secluded at the far end of the resort and features cuisine from Chef Bruno Schmitt, formerly of three-Michelin star restaurant L’Auberge d’Ill in France. Le Tiare features a performance by Les Grands Ballets de Tahiti, the island’s internationally-renowned performance group. The resort features the Deep Nature Spa. Products and treatments are similar to those of the Deep Ocean Spa by Algotherm located at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa.
Also, located at the InterContinental Tahiti Resort is the TOPDIVE-Bathy’s Diving Club, the only dive centre in French Polynesia rated "Five stars Gold Palm IDC PADI.” The Lagoonarium is unique to the South Pacific and recreates the underwater world found in the ocean by providing a constant flow of seawater filled with corals, shells and tropical fishes. The Lagoonarium houses sea species of all sizes and colours including, parrot fishes, sting rays and angel fishes. The hotel features private beach, two pools, tennis courts, and 30 acres of private gardens. Plus, Papeete’s museums, shops, galleries, market, and nightclubs are just a short distance away. InterContinental Tahiti Resort has long been the island’s top resort and the perfect place to begin a visit to French Polynesia. On the grounds are the Bathys Diving Center, Lagoonarium, private beach, two pools, tennis courts and 12 hectares (30 acres) of gardens. Papeete’s museums, shops, galleries, market, and nightclubs are a short drive away.