We booked this place through RCI. We were allocated a “standard” room. The only way we could upgrade to a bungalow or an over water chalet was to fork out large amounts of money. We could not use our points. The property was built in the 1960s and does not look like it has had any renovations since then. It looks and feels tired and old. Our kitchenette was swarming with ants which got into our food. One positive about the room: the A/C was quiet and efficient.
The area around the small pool had no umbrellas or anything else for shade. The plastic loungers had no cushioning so were extremely uncomfortable. There are roosters which crow most of the night.
I heard from one of the local guides that the place likely will close in the next year or so as the owners have no money for upgrades and the lease will expire.
The view from our deck was great. There could be a really classy joint on this site. Club Bali Hai, I believe, is on its last legs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Renovated over-water bungalows at affordable rates on Moorea, Tahiti. All excursions depart from Club Bali Hai at the best prices. Breakfast and lunch daily at Club Bali Hai's world famous Blue Pineapple restaurant with weekly Tahitian dinner shows. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Bali Hai
- Club Bali Hai Moorea Hotel Maharepa