Hotel Royal Huahine

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Garden Bungalow

Very spacious bungalows both inside and outside, nestled in the lush & well-maintained tropical garden of the hotel. They feature a large room with sleeping and seating area, a bathroom, a dressing room and a large terrace with gazebo.

Beach Bungalow

These Bungalows are located on the tranquil, palm studded white sand beach. Same configuration as the garden bungalows.

Deep Overwater Bungalow

Overwater bungalows with unobstructed views of the ocean and outer islands of Raiatea. They feature same equipments as lower categories, with an extra tub in bathroom and a private ladder to the lagoon.

Room Facilities:

Air Conditionning, Cable TV, Ceiling Fan, Instant Coffee/Tea Facilities, Hair Dryer, Minibar filled on request, Private Bathroom/WC, In Room Safety Box, Shower, Telephone

Royal Huahine (formerly Te Tiare Beach Resort) Resort Layout


The Ari’i Restaurant – International & Local Cuisine
Located right over the water, the Ari’i restaurant offers an open air and comfortable dining area with great views of the lagoon
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Polynesian Buffet with show every Thursday.

Beach Restaurant 
Lunch and Snack Menu

Room Service not available

Hawaiki Nui Bar

Beach Bar


  • In-room Romantic Touches – Fruit Basket, Champagne, Wine, Necklace of flowers…
  • Romantic Dinners at the Ari’i restaurant, on the beach during sunset or under the stars, as well as Wedding Ceremonies can be organized upon request.


Tucked away in a little bay, the Royal Huahine is about 25 minutes away by boat from the main town of Fare and small shops. Friendly, rustic feel blended in a natural decor define this isolated property. All units are very spacious, comfortable and air-conditionned. Deep Overwater Bungalows are all facing west for wonderful views of Raiatea and Taha’a islands as well as spectacular sunsets. Discover daily local activities that will enable you to explore the “Garden Island”.

Carl's Tip

If you want to experience a slice of old French Polynesia, consider staying here and exploring the quiet island of Huahine rich with history and culture.

Visited by Carl

DEC 2013