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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Moorea Island reviews

  • Impeccable

    "Grande, au calme et très propre, la villa Repeta est un vrai havre de paix. Au cœur de Maharepa et de ses commerces que l'on peut rejoindre à pieds, la villa Repeta est idéalement placée pour toutes les activités que procure Moorea. Grace à sa plage privée et aux Kayaks et Paddle, nous avons passé trois jours fantastiques."
    Guest: Antoine B. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 30, 2016
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    "This was so much better than advertised! I cannot begin to describe how beautiful the house is and how breath taking the sunrises and sunsets are. We went snorkeling and kayaking every day (equipment provided). We were there for 2 weeks and since rental cars are fairly expensive we decided to rent one for 3 days one week and then did it again the next week. On the days we had the car we toured the island, went scuba diving, took in a native Polynesian dinner and show, visited beaches, swam with sharks and rays, went shopping and out to eat. On the days we did not have the car, we hung out at the house and enjoyed the spectacular views in any direction. You can do as much or as little as you like and that was exactly what we wanted. Eric, the caretaker, is a terrific guy. He was there for anything we needed. This was one of those once in a lifetime trips for us but if there is anyway we could go back, I would in a heartbeat."
    Guest: Linda W. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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  • Heavenly location

    "Location location location makes this house amazing. Wake up every morning to walk out to topaz blue waters -paddle boarding and kayaking from your doorstep. Sting rays and fish are found right off shore. A little town is literally across the street. A fantastic. French bakery/cafe got all of our business. Nice shops-clothing boutiques and pearl shops too. I found a beautiful piece in SAB pearls. The house is large -more than big enough for our family of four. Take note: the house wasn't very modern on the inside -no showers,only tubs. Furniture was inexpensive-my sons bed came apart when we made it -but we put it ack together like a lego. Manager asked us to be out 2 hours earlier than advertised so he could get ready for next visitor."
    Guest: Michelle K. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 22, 2016
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  • Great location, house getting tired

    "The location of the home is great -- right on the bay, with basic shopping and restaurants all within a short drive. We loved the "backyard" which has a small, sand beach, a large shade tree, well tended lawn, a couple of palms, and a wooden deck by the seawall that had great views up the valley and out to sea. The house has a covered deck on the back which was a great place to hang out when the sun got hot. The sand beach was perfect for relaxing or getting in/out of the water. The house had a couple kayaks that we used all the time (the green one is better!). From the deck we could see sharks (harmless black-tips), rays, and a turtle. It was actually a pretty decent place to snorkel. When we weren't out exploring the island we would hangout in the backyard -- it is a great place to relax. Inside the house, the kitchen looks like it hasn't been remodeled in decades. It was functional, but pretty basic and old-fashioned. When we first got there the house had a strong musty smell. Fortunately, after airing it out for a day the smell was only noticeable in the second (northeast) bedroom. The main room does not have air conditioning and the eaves are open to the outside -- I mean OPEN, like no mosquito netting or anything. I suppose that adds ventilation, but the bugs would get tiresome after awhile. The windows do not have screens. I would not wish the attic sleeping arrangement on anyone -- it is hot and stuffy. This house realistically only sleeps six. The indoor furniture was mostly good, except for the mattresses. One mattress was pretty comfy, the other two were miserable, cheap wiry blocks masquerading as mattresses. I could tolerate it, but we resorted to taking the pad off the couch and putting it on the mattress so that my wife could get a decent night's sleep. It would have been nice to have some lounges for outside -- resin chairs don't exactly spell luxury or relaxation to me. The house has WiFi, but it is pretty slow (think 3G speed), and basically unusable in the evening. I'm guessing that everybody on the island is going online in the evenings. Not a big deal to us, but it is kind of annoying when you can't even successfully download a 1mb photo. There is a television, but it only has a hand-full of French language channels. If you are hoping to wind-down in the evening expect to provide your own entertainment. If you expect to not be indoors that much then this house may be all that you need."
    Guest: Paul Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 30, 2016
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