Gina's Garden Lodges

Gina's Garden Lodges

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#3 of 3 lodges in Aitutaki
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Gina’s has two properties on Aitutaki Island, Cook Islands. One - Gina's Garden Lodges, is on the main island, and is about 5 minutes walk from the Tautu landing, on the Eastern shores of Aitutaki lagoon. The second, beach side property is situated on one of the reef islands at Akaiami Island - 5 miles across the lagoon. This is Gina's Akaiami Beach Lodge. We are family friendly and welcome children of all ages. Both of these locales offer an environment that is special to Eastern Polynesia, and in their own way give reality to those Pacific dreams which travelers seek, and which cannot be found at Resort Hotels.
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Glenn2011 wrote a review Jul 2022
Titirangi, New Zealand11 contributions8 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed 2 nights here and it was a great and affordable base camp for us. Room was cool in the evenings and we never saw a mosquito at all. Kitchen is basic but has what you need. Avetea Cafe is a 5 min walk and people came from all over the island to have food there and we were able to make it with a short walk - which we did several times! Our hosts Des and Tutai could not have been more hospitable and were only a phone call away if we needed something.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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mardi53 wrote a review Aug 2007
New Zealand6 contributions4 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Well, my partner and I have just returned from 25 days on Aitutaki.
We stayed at Ginas Garden Lodges and at the owners other accomodation called Ginas Beach Lodges on the motu called Akaiami. We had fabulous weather for the whole stay (temps from 22c at night to 38c at night). The Garden Lodges are inland (as per the description on the web site) which added to the peace and quietness of the location.

We found the rooms to be cockroach free but with a few geckos running around at night to keep us amused. The rooms were clean and tidy and have adequate cooking facilities or you could go down the road to a restaurant if you didnt want to cook.
The owner, Tutai (or The Queen as she is sometimes called) is a delight to deal with and full of local knowledge and information. A lovely lady!

Part of our stay was on their other accomodation called Ginas Beach Lodges on a small island twenty minutes away from the mainland. This WAS located on the beach and we would have to say that this spot would have to be THE BEST!! We had the whole island to ourselves!! The facilities here are just like home,with all the kitchen facilities, showers and beds to handle a group of 8 or so.
We spent 10 days here,snorkelling, fishing(I had a rod with me),sunbathing and generally chilling out.

This spot has to be the most beautiful place we have ever been to. If you want a romantic getaway, this is it!!!
Highly recommended and at very reasonable rates.
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Date of stay: July 2007
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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fawcettanne wrote a review Dec 2013
Sydney, Australia45 contributions15 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We were collected from the airport by our friendly host and driven to the shops to pick up supplies. The accommodation was spacious, clean and comfortable with a beautiful verandah in s tropical garden. It is very close to Tupuna's restertaunt which does great dinners. We didn't use the pool (being so close to one of the world's most beautiful lagoons it seemed unnecessary). The location is fantastic but you will need a scooter, bike or lift as many activities are hosted at the other end of the island and its a bit warm to walk.
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Date of stay: December 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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mcgraw wrote a review Sep 2021
2 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
DON'T STAY HERE.
I stayed for 10 days here in Sep 2021, during NZ lock downs. Quite possibly the worst host I have ever met. There are hundreds of roosters that start crowing loudly around 4 am, and go ALL DAY, the owner couldn't care less.
And the swimming pool is empty and run down. And the TV doesn't work.

I asked for a refund of a week in order to go somewhere else, she was unapologetic, stubborn, arrogant, dismissive and plain rude. Obviously hadn't done any customer relations courses. What a downer for the holiday that was otherwise great (whales, turtles etc).

No peace and quiet at all.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from Tutai Clarke, Owner at Gina's Garden Lodges
Responded Sep 21, 2021
This is a single booking for one person and booked in via Booking.com as Paul Henson, which I believe is his real name. Mr Henson is the most difficult client I have had in over 21 years of operating Gina’s Garden Lodges. There are about 1500 people living on Aitutaki island, but there must be 50,000 or more wild chickens, half of which would be male roosters. I am unable to stop them crowing. No-one can stop them crowing. They are spread all over the island. When arguing with our housemaid, Mr Henson started to violently slam doors in the lodges, so for the first time since opening in 1999, I called the Police to avoid damage to the property. I was on site when the Police arrived. The Police Senior Sergeant informed him about the roosters and said that their crowing was beyond anyone’s control. He also told Mr Henson that he could not demand a refund. I told Mr Henson that there are mosquitoes everywhere on the island, but many beaches are worse with sandflies. Despite what he has said, we don’t have a lot of mosquitoes at my Garden Lodges, but like everywhere else on the island, there are some. This is the tropics. We have electric mosquito destroyers provided in all our lodges. I have the two can openers here with me and they work. The internet service is a Vodafone “Hotspot” owned and operated at the Garden Lodges by Vodafone. It does not belong to us. We try to ensure that it works well and gives good service, but at the end of the day it belongs to Vodafone and the quality of service provided is their responsibility We never have offered Booking.com clients a swimming pool, and our pool is out of commission due to a water shortage in our area. Mr Henson was abusive and before the arrival of the Police used obscene language directed at me using the F Word. He attempted to blackmail me into refunding his booking money which i refused to do. He has threatened to write a lot of bad reviews and no doubt he will. This review on Trip Advisor is one example. He moved out on 11 September. I checked the TV set. There is only the one local channel. He had been fiddling around with the tuning. I set it right and it works fine with a beautiful picture. His behaviour does not reflect well on him personally. I am sorry that he didn't enjoy his stay with us. Mrs Tutai Clarke Owner and Managing Director, Gina’s Garden Lodges Ltd Aitutaki
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Shawn F wrote a review Aug 2014
Bellingham, Washington4 contributions12 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Traveling all around the world, you would hope that you can barging with people about staying in one place for an extended amount of time. I stayed with Queen Tutai and Des for 22 days and they were the only place on Aitutaki that would give me a deal for the time of stay.
Starting off with a most warm welcome at the airport. I Me being from Seattle, not used to the humidity, I was dying. She welcomed me with her homemade lei. It smelled amazing. She took me for a drive around the island and set up a rental for a scooter for me. Told me where to shop and where to do all the fun things.
It just so happened that when I was there, the grand-opening of the FishClub was going on. This was a whole community thing. And who did I see, well Queen Tutai and Des of course. She took me around to all the food and had me fill up a plate. It was an amazing night.
I had talked to Des and Tutai about their other property on the other island (Gina's Beach Lodges) and they took me out there when they went out to clean. Since they were gracious enough to allow me to join them to their island, I made sure I earned it. I helped them clean it up. Took quite a while, but after it was all said and done the property was absolutely beautiful. It was my honor to help. They let me use their Kayaks and was able to explore all the little islands, even one-foot-island all by myself. By far the best experience of my entire life.
Back on the main island, at night when riding there are no lights, and I would have trouble finding my way back. I asked her if she would let me paint her sign, which she agreed to. Before the sign was a bit warn, down to the wood. After I was done, it was beautiful and you could tell that her and Des were extremely gracious and after everything they did, it was an absolute pleasure to do that for them.
My girlfriend joined me later on into the vacation, about a week after I had been on the island. She helped me with the sign and also got to meet Tutai. They were always so eager to help and clean, even though I really didn't need much. A couple days I sat outside and helped Tutai with the yard and just talked with her for a couple hours. She really is an amazing person, like a grandmother to me.
The lodges aren't right on the beach, but its quiet and peaceful. And the garden lodges is what they are, a beautiful garden. But the lodges have everything you need. I was a there a little longer than most, so I was happy to see an actual kitchen.
To anyone reading this and considering where to go, trust me, you need look no further. The hospitality you will receive from a small family owned lodge is unlike no other. Their warm welcome will last with you forever. I know it has for me. Thank you.

P.S. Des and Tutai, I hope the sign is holding up well :)
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Date of stay: February 2014Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Mem S wrote a review Jan 2012
Brisbane, Australia4 contributions8 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
In December 2011, I travelled to Aitutaki. This was my first time to Aitutaki; despite being of Cook Islands decendant. From when we were picked up to when we were dropped off to Gina's Garden Lodge; I felt like our host was quite rude. Firstly, on our way to the Lodge (from the airport) we were asking questions about the location of certain places (eg. car hires, beach areas etc). Then suddenly, without our knowledge, she stopped at a car hire/ petrol station saying something like "the car hire here; go inside and ask". With that, we did not at all ask to be taken to a car hire nor were we wanting too as it was late in the afternoon, and we were tired, so we just wanted to settle in our place. Secondly, on our way to the accommodation our hosts decides to pull over, get out and say "this is a shop; come on" and she was gone. By the time I walked into the store, she had taken groceries (her own) to the counter and was ready to leave.Thirdly, when we went into the accommodation, all beds on both levels had gecko fieces. Curtains seemed like they have been there for years; with the dust building. And our towels looked like they were bleached and washed 10,000 times, as they were so warn out and thin -_-.

I believe we were treated differently because my mum is a Cook Islander (we travelled together) and she knew the lingo; however, that leaves no excuse to treat new travellers.
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Date of stay: December 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from QueenAitutaki, Owner at Gina's Garden Lodges
Responded Jan 28, 2012
I was very sorry to see the review of my Gina’s Garden Lodges recently posted by Mem S. I met and greeted both these guests with traditional Gardenia eis at Aitutaki airport and brought them to my Garden Lodges at Tautu. I normally charge a fee of $NZ16 each for round trip airport transfers, but in their case as a welcoming gesture I did not charge them at all and their transfer was free both ways. Without exception I treat all my guests in a warm and welcoming manner. It is our Aitutaki culture and custom to do so. I am sorry that Mem S and her Mum did not feel that I was friendly as I always try to reach out to my guests with information which will help them enjoy their stay. We stopped at a food shop for them to make their food purchases. I cannot recall there being any problem with this. I try to ensure guests have enough provisions to take them comfortably through the night until they can get organized for their holiday. At the request of the guests we made stops at two car outlets to get them a hire car which suited them. Both myself and the car hire people tried very hard to get them a car which met their needs. Myself and my housemaid make every effort to keep our accommodation clean and spotless. Lodges are serviced every day and guests are provided with fresh, dry clean towels. Aitutaki is a tropical island, which is why people visit us, and part of this is having geckos and lizards – as well as mynah birds – in the environment.We constantly try to keep ahead of the mess they sometimes make. We regularly wash our lodge curtains. Our towels are not brand new, but we replace them regularly as they become worn. I deeply regret that Mem S feels that herself and her Mum were treated differently because they are Cook Islanders. I myself am a Cook Islander. How could I treat people of my own blood differently than I would other visitors? To do so would be far worse than racism and would deny what I am myself. I am pleased to say that as well as guests from all over the world, we have welcomed many Cook Islands guests at Gina’s over the years and I hope to welcome many more in the future. Meitaki Maata e Kia Manuia Mrs Tutai Clarke Manarangi Tutai Ariki ( Queen Manarangi Tutai) Owner Gina’s Garden Lodges Aitutaki Island Cook Islands
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honest11 wrote a review May 2007
UK6 contributions13 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Don't spend any time at Gina's Garden Lodge! If you have booked, don't pay up front! We arrived in Aitutaki late at night having booked a week's stay (paying upfront) at Gina's from Raratonga because the guide book descriptions made it sound lovely. Aitutaki is a beach and sea idyll, yet Gina's is too far inland to be convenient. The worst part of it is the accomodation itself, which is frankly creepy, and worse, absolutely infested with HUGE cockroaches (we killed 12 during the single night we ended up staying) and saggy, plastic coated mattresses that haven't been changed in years. My girlfriend and I stayed for one night, and were up all night as cockroaches crawled on us. When we spoke to the owner of Gina's ('Queenie') the next day she wasn't interested and refused to acknowledge the cockroachs even when we showed her. She refused any type of refund (we'd paid for an entire week - £180 - and not a penny was given back), even though we left the morning after we arrived. DON'T STAY HERE! Go for a beach bungalow - Sunny Beach Lodge is the best one we found.
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Date of stay: April 2007
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesCheck in / front desk
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Andreasupertamp wrote a review Jan 2015
Venezia, Italia89 contributions145 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I'm really sad to see that this lodge is so low in the ranking. Certainly the bungalows are a little bit dated but they are huge and with everything you need, including a very spacious kitchen. The huge garden is magnificent and the absolute quiet, sheltered from all the other structures and the center gave us a peaceful sleep for two weeks. Also the prices are the best that you can find on the island, I would recommend it highly to everyone who is not looking for super luxury, but a place with great value for money and more characteristic.
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Date of stay: November 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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NadenkaVojtisek wrote a review Jan 2012
Havlickuv Brod2 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Peaceful Paradise!!
Me and my husband were travelling to Aitutaki in October 2011. We had accommodation organized at Gina’s Garden Lodges..We absolutely loved the Lodges, it was the most peaceful place in Aitutaki. Nice and Quite location with swimming pool and a beautiful garden where you can pick tropical fruit yourself. . Right behind the Lodges there are really sweet coconuts and they are easy to reach – nice refreshment. Also our host Tutai and Des were really nice people, they offered free pick up from the Airport (and drop off), also they helped us to hire motorbike and told us where to get groceries. Aitutaki is really small island and it is hard to get everything you want at one shop. Tutai and Des told us everything we needed – where is market (fruit & vegetable) , what you can get in each shop..They also provided us with free map and told us about the best snorkelling spots, best beaches, island nights, lagoon cruise etc.. There is a lot of gecko’s and it was quite fun watching them running around No wonder it is tropical Island, but no worries they don’t bite and you can find them even in the most expensive resorts..There is also a lot of mosquitos but Gina’s Lodge was one of the places where we could hide from them(not too many) Also Tutai seen my interest in knowing the culture and showed me traditional way how to tyedie Because we loved it soo much at the Lodges we decided to spent a bit more money to be able to go to their private island Akaiami and it was just the BEST!! Just the ride on the boat was amazing And when you get there – wow!! Beautiful white sand beach with the best swimming spot on the Lagoon (everywhere else is a lot of corals). Free kayaks so you can take them to get to One Foot Island which is amazing white sand bank on the Lagoon. Best spots for fishing or just chilling on the beach with no one around!! Honestly just breath-taking!! We have travelled through all Thailand and have not seen beach like this one!!
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Date of stay: October 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: All the Lodges are the same:)
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avee8or wrote a review Nov 2019
Wellington, New Zealand73 contributions29 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I've been coming to Aitutaki regularly and normally stay up at the Ootu beach area. I chose to stay at Ginas Garden Lodges this trip as it was close to where I needed to be ( Tautu ) and its price point was good. I've been here a month now ( I had to extend my stay twice ) and have been more than happy to stay on at Ginas. There are things to be aware of;

1. It is fairly distant from most facilities (shops, cafes etc) so organise your transport. Get a scooter or even a bicycle but don't get here and complain about it (being here a month this has occurred at least a couple of times).

2. It is self-contained, I loved being able to manage my own meals but don't expect breakfast, lunch or dinner options. You need to organise yourself and they will stop at the shop on the way from the airport. Get your water, get something for dinner if you're on the earlier flights (or brekky if you're on the later one). There was tea, sugar in the unit on arrival. If you're organised scooter/drive off to the store and stock up. Better still, bring food in, I bought crackers, salami, olives, smoked salmon, brie, cheese slices, muesli, tinned chicken, tinned salmon etc etc... half a suitcase of food. It made for the best platters and I ate out only a couple of times .

3. The scooter/car rental will deliver to the lodge if you organise it that way (recommended). It is a fair distance from the rental offices.

4. Be aware over all Aitutaki, roosters aren't educated, the noisy little critters may start crowing at midnight or 1am or 2am or ... you get the gyst. You may need ear plugs (but that is everywhere on the island).

5. The lodges are large, generous even and for the price for Aitutaki in my opinion exceptional value (and add to that the book 7 days get one free) and once again my opinion great value for money. Sleeps 5 easily, decent full sized fridge (no freezer box in mine), TV which was great as Rugby World Cup was free to air ( 1 channel only though) and a really generous deck.

6. They don't come in to clean on Sunday, if you're a messy it might bug you, but knowing is being prepared (see point number 5)

7. They are Garden Lodges, and it is a lovely setting. I always stayed near the coast previously but the quiet and lovely garden has been a great change.

8. Good shower...good pressure and I found the temperature great.

9. Cruises will all pick you up from here

10. Beware of Sally who looks after the lodges daily, she might sit down with you and chat, she might even make you laugh, nek minit you lost half an hour :)

11. Relax

To Do:
Lagoon Cruise (who cares which just get out on the lagoon)
Bubbles below Dive Shop - Best coffee and muffins
If you're here Sept/Oct Whale watch with Bubbles below
Ziona Tapu church service - Traditional Hymns are spine tingling (plus its the oldest church in the cooks)
Go up Maunga Pu for the view
Scooter the island
The Boatshed for a beer/cocktail or meal
Pacific Resort pool bar - great view, good food, and they have Schubert Pinot Noir (NZ, Martinborough)
You'll see filtered water stations around to fill your bottles, near the market at the port, Ngapuariki hall, along Amuri
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Date of stay: October 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Answer from catcalledsybil
Brighton, United Kingdom45 contributions18 helpful votes
About 4 lodges with a double bed downstairs and a mezzanine upper room. Think we paid about 60 usd per night. The grounds are fairly neglected but authentic
ScarlettOtto wrote a tip Feb 2019
684 contributions98 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"any of them would be perfect as they all look the same"
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Mosquitto wrote a tip May 2013
Auckland5 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Friendly hosts shame about the pool"
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NadenkaVojtisek wrote a tip Jan 2012
Havlickuv Brod2 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All the Lodges are the same:)"
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PRICE RANGE
₱2,716 - ₱3,641 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
Cook IslandsSouthern Cook IslandsAitutaki
NUMBER OF ROOMS
7
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Frequently Asked Questions about Gina's Garden Lodges
Which popular attractions are close to Gina's Garden Lodges?
Nearby attractions include Aitutaki Lagoon (3.9 km), One Foot Island (1.4 km), and O'otu Beach (3.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Gina's Garden Lodges?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, airport transportation, and kids activities.
Which room amenities are available at Gina's Garden Lodges?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a seating area.
Is parking available at Gina's Garden Lodges?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Gina's Garden Lodges?
Conveniently located restaurants include Avatea Cafe, Koru Cafe, and Rapae Bay Restaurant and Blackrock Bar.
Does Gina's Garden Lodges have airport transportation?
Yes, Gina's Garden Lodges offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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