Le Méridien Tahiti
Tamanu P.O. Box 380595 Tahiti, French Polynesia, 98718, French Polynesia • (689) 40 47 07 07 • Email Us
Discover the captivating beauty and colorful culture of the Punaauia region, where dramatic mountains, waterfalls, and azure waters await.
Situated in the heart of the Punaauia region, Le Méridien Tahiti overlooks white sand beaches, calming blue waves, and commanding mountains. Papeete, the capital of Tahiti, is a cultural hub of the South Pacific, featuring colourful markets, distinguished art and history museums, and lush botanical gardens.
The hotel offers four sophisticated meeting rooms, providing the largest conference and convention facilities in French Polynesia, diving expeditions, a sandy-bottomed swimming pool, and a fusion of French and Polynesian cuisines at Le Carré.
Just minutes away from the celebrated sites of French Polynesia, Le Méridien Tahiti offers excursions to the Caves of Maraa, the Gauguin Museum, and the Seashell Museum. Glorious waterfalls form the core of expansive canyons at the heart of the island.
L’Atelier du Chef
Le Méridien Tahiti is the first hotel in Tahiti to offer cooking classes. The classes offer guests hands-on instruction in culinary techniques used in dishes ranging from pastry creations to traditional Polynesian entrees.
The Wellness center, is an intimate space, devoted to relaxation, where individuality and pampering prevail.
Le’Atelier reflects Le Meridien’s passion for supporting local and international culture while offering guests a unique and rewarding interactive experience
Contemporary meets Polynesian
The resort offers an unique experience at the edge of a lagoon on one of the island’s most beautiful white sandy beaches.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is your resort located?
Tamanu, P.O. Box 380595 · Tahiti, 97718 · French Polynesia
What is your pet policy?
Pets are not allowed.
What is the currency exchange rate?
All rates and credits are stated in French Pacific Franc (XPF). Dollar amounts will vary based on the currency exchange rate. For currency exchange information, click here.
What is the local language?
French and Tahitian are the official languages, but English is widely spoken.
Contact Us. We’d be glad to answer your questions.