Pension Motu Iti is a family run budget establishment located lagoon side between the 2 bays of Moorea Island, Cook and Opunohu. It features 5 bungalows recently refurbished and scattered within the flower garden of the property. Its restaurant (open to exterior guests) has its own shaded terrace lagoon side and offers a varied menu with international dishes. The pension has no beach but a pontoon gives access to a small fare from where you can get into the water.
Fan, Daily Housekeeping, Mini Bar, Mosquito Net, Private Bathroom, Terrace, TV.
This 36 square meter bungalows are decorated with traditional materials like bamboo and exotic woods.
They are located right behind the Lagoon Bungalows.
Same configuration as Garden Bungalows. Nice view on the lagoon.
Check-in 12:00 Check-out 10:00
Covered snack restaurant located in front of the lagoon, open for lunch and dinner. Varied cuisine: salads, fish, beef, hamburger, pizza and Chinese specialties.
Continental breakfast served at the table: 1 glass of juice, 1 fruit plate, 1 cup of coffee or tea or chocolate, bread, butter, jam.
Eggs on request with supplement.
Bar available during the day only.
Free WIFI access available in the public areas and bungalows.
Excursions can be booked at the reception.
Scooter & bicycle rental available, with delivery at the pension.
No special equipment for children. Please note that the swimming spot and the sun deck and are not suitable for youngest children.
Located in the locality of Pihaena, 5min drive from a grocery store.
Transfers from the airport / pier: about 25 min
No welcome gift
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