The average price for hotels near Pearl Resort Beach is €533 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 3 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Pearl Resort Beach is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Pearl Resort Beach are typically 64% more expensive than the average hotel in French Polynesia, which is €188.
|Low season||July||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||April||most expensive time to stay|
|84%||expected price decrease|
|66%||expected price increase|
€104 - €1,926
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€564||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€1,941||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France. It is a collection of 118 islands in the Pacific Ocean and covers only a small area. Finding hotels in French Polynesia is one of the main concerns for people traveling to the islands. While other islands have interesting attraction sites, Tahiti is the most inhabited with most of the country’s population. The availability of people and other facilities make Tahiti the best option to stay in during your visit. Here, public bus transport is available, making it easier to move around. Although regulations allow foreigners to rent cars and drive around, it could be costly since vehicles are scarce. Streets in Tahiti are less populated and clean, making it easy to walk around. Book hotels in French Polynesia such as the Hotel Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora to tour different islands of the country.
Several attraction sites make French Polynesia a desired travel destination around the world. One of the must-see attraction sites is the Coral Gardens on Bora Bora Island. This one-of-a-kind reef with calm and shallow waters is a soft spot for lovers of snorkeling and marine life. Different species of sea creatures, such as the parrotfish and Japanese moray eels, show up at the Coral Gardens, treating visitors to spectacular views. The Coral Gardens is open throughout the year for visitors. However, it is only operational during the day when the water is visible. Visitors are required to pay an affordable entry fee to access the gardens. The Arahoho Blowhole on the coast of Tahiti is another attraction site that is free to visit. Visitors come to this site to witness powerful geyser-like eruptions caused by water waves hitting the shore. This site is usually free for visitors to see; however, you might incur expenses if you need a guided tour. French Polynesia hotels such as the Hotel Sara Nui offer tours for their guests.
Islands in French Polynesia offer different nightlife options for their visitors. A trip to Bora Bora Island would be incomplete without spending a night at Bloody Mary’s Restaurant & Bar. This is one of the most popular nightlife entertainment centers in French Polynesia. Here, you will be treated to live musical performances and well-prepared meals throughout your stay. For shopping, you can spend time at the Vaima shopping center in Tahiti. The shopping center houses a wide range of stores with unique artifacts and other utility items from all over the world. Finding cheap hotels in French Polynesia is essential if you intend to experience the nightlife. Most nightlife activities are expensive as a result of the high tourist population. Hotels such as the Lagoon Dream offer dining and live musical performances once in a while for visitors’ nightlife experience.
If you intend to explore the history and art of French Polynesia, Tahiti should be your go-to island. It is home to the Museum of Tahiti and the Islands. This museum houses some of the world’s most valued resources for cultural and natural studies of all of French Polynesia. The artifacts displayed in this museum are divided into nature, habitation, and anthropology. The museum is usually open throughout the year; however, visitors are only allowed in during the day. A small entry fee is charged for visitors entering the museum. The Robert Wan Pearl Museum is a popular attraction site for art lovers. Located on Papeete Island, this museum hosts a collection of artworks made from pearls. Being a private institution, visitors pay an entry fee to access the pearl museum. Staying in a hotel like the Fare Suisse makes it easy to tour the historical and art centers.
The least expensive month to stay at a hotel in French Polynesia is October. On average, it only costs €193 per night in the month of October. Conversely, the most expensive month to visit French Polynesia is April.
Out of all the tourist destinations in French Polynesia, our data shows that travellers tend to visit Vaitape more often than any other city.
Visiting and staying overnight in Vaitape will cost you a premium compared to the rest of French Polynesia. Expect to pay €540 per night, a rate that is about 64% more than the country’s average.
Our users typically find that Faaa has the lowest nightly rates in the country at just €25. Faaa offers hotel rooms at an average rate that is 38% lower than the average city in French Polynesia.
There are 1,796 operators available for hotels in French Polynesia as of December 2023.
Prices for hotels in French Polynesia are updated daily.
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