The Brando Tetiaroa
The hotel-island in Tetiaroa Atoll is not accidentally named after the great artist. In 1962, Marlon Brando came to Tetiaroa to star in the movie "Riot on the Bounty" — and fell in love. To the island itself, to the blue waters surrounding it, and most importantly, to the Polynesian way of life — simple and happy. Since then, the actor literally raved about the idea of buying this corner of paradise, and five years later he succeeded.
- Michelin Chefs Restaurant 2*
- Eco-resort with snow-white beaches
- Founder Marlon Brando
- Holistic Spa
Now it is a charming resort with bungalows for one, two and three bedrooms; all of them are entirely built from natural materials. This is the perfect combination of simplicity and luxury — on the one hand, you can spend all your holidays barefoot, and on the other — have dinner at least every evening in the restaurant of Guy Martin, the chef of the Parisian restaurant Grand Véfour, the owner of two Michelin stars.
All the activities on the island are non-motorized: kayaking, paddling, snorkeling, tennis, walks with a biologist on the island, and finally, studying books about French Polynesia in the library. And, of course, the spa — after all, taking care of yourself does not contradict the ecologist at all.