Where is the Maitai Lapita Village Huahine located?
Ideally located on the North-West side of Huahine, the Maitai Lapita Village Huahine enjoys a great geographic situation. A seven minute walk will lead you to Fare, the main village of the island where you will find all sorts of convenience stores while it will only take you a five minute drive to go to the airport. Do not seek any further, the Maitai Lapita Village Huahine is the genuine embodiment of beauty and hospitality.
Why should you choose the Maitai Lapita Village Huahine?
Here, the overwater bungalow gives way to an exhilarating, intimate and relaxing atmosphere. Although the hotel provides a direct access to the sea as well as a nice swimming pool overlooking the sunset, its charm is to be found elsewhere…
Built by the lake, in harmony with nature, the bungalows outdo each other with authenticity. it is a New-Zealand architect who, inspired by James Cook’s sketches, undertook this gigantic project. The contour lines of the bungalows resemble those of the great sheds in which people used to store former Polynesian outrigger canoes, no detail was left apart.
Surrounded by archeological vestiges, such as the famous marae, the Maitai Lapita Village Huahine made a point of honour of valuing local culture. Here, nature turns out to be prolific, wild and preserved, just like the rest of the island.
Thoughtfully studied, this combination works perfectly: one can find the Polynesian charm of good old days while enjoying the comfort of a luxury hotel. Internet, TV set, air-conditioning system, everything is intended to make your stay agreeable. Besides, canoes and snorkeling gear are at your entire disposal at the reception.
As you may not know, the hotel’s name pays tribute to the Lapita people who came to Huahine from South Asia. Being great sailors, they crossed the Pacific Ocean to reach Polynesia between the years 1600 and 1000 BC. Get to discover this mysterious civilization at the Lapita museum of the hotel.