Hilton Announces the Opening of Hilton Hotel Tahiti

The capital of French Polynesia has new luxury escape with Hilton announcing the opening of the new 200-room Hilton Hotel Tahiti. Located just two miles from the international airport, the hotel offers easy access to the downtown attractions of Pape'ete and Maritime Port.  

Formerly known as Hotel Tahiti, it was the first hotel in the destination to attract international attention in 1960. Built on land that formed part of the Tahitian royal family estate, the hotel became a hub of Tahitian social life and welcomed personalities, including movie stars, politicians and royal families, from all over the world.  

Hilton Hotel Tahiti, Hilton’s third property in French Polynesia, has been redesigned; extensive renovations have introduced more natural light to shared areas, offering an open-air lobby and ocean views, bringing the natural beauty of Moorea Island and the Pacific Ocean to every corner.  

The three onsite restaurants provide fine-dining experiences with menus that focus on sustainably sourced, fresh ingredients and reflect island culture and culinary influences. Guests can enjoy traditional Tahitian fare at Moevai; fish and steak with a French bent at Taitea Brasserie; and Southeast Asian cuisine at The Asian. These offerings are rounded out by the hotel's two bars: the Heiva Lounge in the open-air lobby, offering spectacular ocean views and a bespoke collection of wine; and the Vaipuna poolside bar that offers unique, tropical libations as well as traditional cocktails. 

The resort’s grounds are equally distinct and have been designed to bring the beauty of nature in. The pool, the largest in Tahiti, overlooks Moorea Island and has six private cabanas, as well as a poolside restaurant. Also available are a  boutique-style spa and a fitness center. Good to know: Hilton Hotel Tahiti has a large ballroom and meeting space fit for gatherings and events of all sizes, large and small.

For more information, visit www.hilton.com.

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