Marlon Brando’s Legacy; Luxury Eco-friendly Island
Marlon Brando’s desire for an eco-friendly place for others to enjoy has been realised with The Brando. Acquired by the actor in 1966, Tetiaroa, former retreat of Tahitian Kings, is an atoll adorned, protected area, with 12 motus (islets), surrounded by a vibrant, annular reef and is very close to zero carbon impact. This intimate hideaway is for 82 guests pampered by 200 employees and there’s an all-inclusive option with 35 luxurious comfortable villas each with a private pool. Tetiaroa is a major site of sea turtle nesting in the evenings from November to March. Dining-wise, the resort entrusted its kitchens to Guy Martin, the two-star Chef and owner of the Grand Véfour in Paris and after dinner, Bob's Bar offers a weekly outdoor film screening, a live concert or a traditional show. And if, despite all of this, civilization calls you, your concierge can arrange a trip to Tahiti or Moorea.
‘Stay here to truly escape the hustle and bustle of civilisation while enjoying modern luxury fused with traditional Fajian culture and architecture in a place designed to be as eco-friendly as it possibly can be.BOOK NOW
NTERCONTINENTAL TAHITI RESORT
‘Well Established, Classic Entertainment’
InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is the perfect place to begin a visit to French Polynesia. On the grounds are the Aquatic Dive Centre, private beach and Lagoonarium where guests may feed the fish each morning; all set within 12 hectares of stunning gardens. Papeete’s museums, shops, market and nightlife are all just a short drive
THE BRANDO MIXED WITH TAHITI
from£4,659 per person
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