Ninamu Resort, Tikehau, Tahiti:: ACCOMODATIONS Images
Ninamu Resort, Tikehau, Tahiti:: ACCOMODATIONS
Ninamu Resort can accommodate up to 16 guests in six bungalows that can each accommodate from one to six people. The bungalows are classically Polynesian on the outside but thoroughly modern on the inside. Guests can rest their surf-weary bodies in queen size beds, and hide from the sun under thatched roofs which are themselves shaded by palm trees. When the wind isn’t providing natural air conditioning through the screened windows, coolness and comfort is available at the flick of a ceiling fan.
Close to the restaurant/Bar with both upstairs and downstairs living areas. Upstairs has a queen bed; downstairs on suite bathroom and pull out sofa accommodating two children – private patio.
Very private with queen bed and on suite upstairs. Down stairs is a covered living area with hammock and outdoor furniture. Caters perfectly to an individual or couple.
The most private bungalow with its own extended deck. Queen bed and on suite downstairs with two singles upstairs.
This large family bungalow has three separate sleeping areas accommodating 6 comfortably with two sharing a queen bed and four singles.
Attached in duplex fashion these two units have separate living and private bathroom facilities. Close to the restaurant/bar each unit accommodate a couple or individual in queen bed.
The main common building is home to the restaurant, bar, lounge area and media room. With an open air layout, each area looks into the next with enough separation for comfort.
There is a lot of sun exposure on Ninamu and while guests take to the bungalows and the bar/restaurant to cool off the resort uses all that solar energy to reduce their carbon footprint and maintain the pristine environment. The resort is entirely powered by solar energy, and the hot water is solar heated. Drinking water is rain captured in tanks, while a well brings up ground water for gray water purposes.
Long days of surfing, diving, fishing and beach-combing will make you hungry and thirsty. The bar and restaurant serve the kind of healthy, high-energy foods and drinks that water people like best. Meals are served buffet style and feature fish and seafood of course, but the menu is flexible to suit the tastes of guests.