About thirty minutes by plane from the island of Tahiti, Huahine, with its lush forests, untamed landscape, and quaint villages, is one of Polynesia's best-kept secrets. A deep, crystal-clear lagoon surrounds the two islands while magnificent bays and white-sand beaches add drama and solitude to their virtues. Relatively unchanged by the modern world, Huahine offers a slower taste of old Polynesia. With only eight small villages scattered across the island, the few residents welcome visitors with great kindness. Not surprisingly, this fertile world offers rich soil providing the local farmers with a bountiful harvest of vanilla, melons, and bananas.
The Royal Huahine is the most luxurious hotel of Huahine, the "Island of Gardens". Hidden in a small bay, this resort offers calm and intimacy for the greatest pleasure of honeymooners. It features 18 bungalows in the garden, 11 on the beach and 11 over the water, all facing west to take advantage of the spectacular sunsets over the neighbouring islands of Raiatea and Tahaa.
The main building shelters a panoramic restaurant, a bar, a lounge and a boutique. Several activities and excursions are available: scuba diving, land excursions, island tour in outrigger canoe with a picnic, sunset cruises, deep sea fishing.
The Royal Huahine offers 18 Garden Bungalows, 11 Beach Bungalows, and 11 Overwater Bungalows all facing west for wonderful views of Raiatea and Taha'a islands as well as spectacular sunsets. Each bungalow provides modern comfort in a Polynesian atmosphere, featuring air-conditioning, ceiling fan, coffee/tea facilities, refrigerator, hair dryer, safety box, television, and IDD telephone. Overwater Bungalows also feature a bath tub and a very spacious sundeck with direct access to the turquoise water of the lagoon.