Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort | French Polynesia | If Only

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The Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort sits on a crown of pink sand beaches that have remained virtually unchanged since sailors first sighted these stunning islets or Motus. The luxurious accommodation, designed in authentic Polynesian style, sits either in the shade of the swaying palms on the beach or over the shimmering waters of the lagoon. The resort is secluded but offers guests an isolated island experience that even covet by the local population.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 37 rooms



Beach Bungalows may look rustic but these air-conditioned rooms have luxurious touches like a small private garden and deck, an indoor/outdoor bathroom and are just a few steps from the lagoon. All Overwater Bungalows and Suites have glass tables that allow guests to view the incredible array of marine life literally below their feet.

Go for a Premium Overwater Bungalow or Suite for the best views and direct access to the lagoon. Beach villas offer some additional space, ideal for families or just some extra privacy. They come with an expansive private deck, beach area and a pool.



Experience the tantalising flavours of a Polynesian/European cuisine and views of the rich, crystalline waters of the lagoon in a traditional, open-air fare pote (communal building) at the Poreho Restaurant. Bar Tianoa is between the tropical garden and the beautiful infinity pool. Its intimate atmosphere and traditional décor provide the ideal setting for a romantic evening cocktail or a quiet refreshment during the day.



Chill out in the gorgeous infinity pool or take a barefoot stroll along the beach. Explore the island by bike or discover the rich variety of marine life by diving, snorkelling or kayaking in the lagoon.



Massage is an integral part of Polynesian culture and the resort’s Manea Spa was developed based on this centuries old ideology. The expert team offers a range of treatments from simple pedicures to traditional Polynesian massage.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Rangiroa Airport


Approximately 20 minutes by car and boat from Tikehau Airport


The Tuamotus are blessed with lots of sun and enough rain, which usually falls in tropical showers, to keep the waterfalls flowing and the flowers blooming. Although it’s great to visit all year, June to August usually boasts the best weather.