Welcome to Raiatea Lodge Hotel !

Completely renovated in 2020, the Raiatea Lodge Hotel is a small charming 3-star hotel, located on the west coast of the sacred island.

The hotel stands out by its colonial style and its vast tropical park of more than one hectare in which are nestled our seven bungalows just waiting to be uncovered. After passing through the coconut grove, you will arrive at the spacious mansion which houses the rooms upstairs; the suite, the bar and the restaurant on the ground floor. These different facilities offer a breathtaking view of the lodge’s swimming pool and the surrounding tropical garden.

Only 5 minutes away from the airport and 10 minutes from downtown Uturoa and its famous covered market, the lodge boasts an ideal location. Situated not far from the Tapioi and Temehani mountains, it will appeal to hiking and botanical enthusiasts. Moreover, its privileged location gives it a special charm and protects it from the prevailing winds, which are particularly felt from June to October.

Finally, the sumptuous setting and the panoramic view of the Pearl of the Pacific and its setting sun are ideal for romantic getaways…
Raiatea is located in the Leeward Islands archipelago, only 210 km northwest of Tahiti. Former cultural and religious center of East Polynesia, it is now not to be missed. True cradle of the Maohi culture, it remains the second economic pole of French Polynesia.

Comfortable accommodation in a Polynesian atmosphere

A noble wood, a refined style, the Raiatea Lodge Hotel blends in with the landscape but is certainly not lacking in character. Its warm atmosphere and sophisticated decoration make it a friendly place, perfect for relaxation.
Located on the first floor of the main building, the rooms overlook the lagoon or the lush garden while the bungalows are scattered along the sides of the tropical park. All categories of accommodation offer an intimate atmosphere where you can easily isolate and relax.


Appreciated for its tropical setting and relaxed atmosphere, the Raiatea Lodge is also a popular gourmet restaurant.
Shimmering colours, scents that tickle your nostrils and flavours that make your taste buds tingle, plus a sumptuous natural decor, the table has become a must!
Fish from the lagoon, meat from New Zealand, Polynesian flavours and Mediterranean influences, taste the expertise of our chef Franck Bezy, a devotee of homemade cuisine, and leave with lasting memories.

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The greatness of Raiatea relies on its History, its tremendous success in tourism is mainly linked to its cultural influence. When you come to Raiatea, you immediately feel overwhelmed by its mana, you get to discover centuries of tradition and go back to the origins of the mā’ohi people.

Besides, on the island is to be found a matchless biodiversity, several endemic species, most of which are currently endangered. Take a breath of fresh air and walk along the hiking paths, respect the environment, capture these fleeting moments and wonder at the ephemeral beauty of this fauna and flora.

Regarding excursions, lately tourism has become increasingly more important. Nowadays, if you want to explore the island in every nook and cranny while having fun, you are given a wide range of options: kayaking, diving, hiking, bike riding, you can rent a car or a jet ski or even book a tour of Taha’a, the sister island…

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The Island of Raiatea

Located 210km northwest of Tahiti, Raiatea is the largest of the Leeward Islands. Dear to the heart of Polynesian people, the island has this special magical atmosphere.

Former cultural and religious centre of Eastern Polynesia, it was the first island of our archipelagos to be populated but also the epicentre of the migratory flow within the Polynesian triangle, which is made of Hawai’i, New Zealand and Rapa Nui. It is where it all began…

Cradle of the mā’ohi culture, it is often called, and rightly so, the “sacred island”. You may not know it but it also shares its lagoon with the island of Taha’a, which gives you much more options to explore.
Not only is it the second economic pole of French Polynesia but it is also a historical and cultural centre which holds many sites waiting to be discovered.

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