Aretai Beach Villas

Aretai Beach Villas

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#4 of 9 villas in Aitutaki
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Your private piece of paradise, Aretai Beach Villas provides top quality accommodation on a magnificent stretch of white, sandy, beach, on the sunset side of the island. Guests have easy access to a wonderful safe lagoon and local restaurants. Three, attractive, generously sized, stand alone two bedroom units, are self catering. Each unit has a separate modern kitchen with full cooking facilities, and is well appointed with all you need. Lounge area with quality cane furniture.
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kiwifam wrote a review Jan 2005
new zealand8 contributions28 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a fantastic time we had, the weather was superb, every day was fine and hot, Aitutaki is the most amazing place we have been too, the Lagoon cruise would have to rate as one of the best things we have ever done, and must be one of the worlds must do things - We went on the Bishops criuse on the large boat with lunch included $ 55.00 for the whole day !!, Aretai Beach Villas were a great place to stay-right on the beach, almost couldn't get any closer with gorgeous sunsets from the large deck area. Very comfortable, large with two separate bedrooms, the manager was just great and very helpful ...we enjoyed the use of the free kayaks and pushbikes.
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FBCoconut wrote a review Jul 2013
San Diego, California7 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I just returned from 9 nights at Aretai and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. We are frequent travelers who do extensive homework before deciding on a place to stay and our experiences have confirmed the positive T-advisor reviews for Aretai. Huge deck, rooms, closets and wonderful location. If a quiet, large place to stay without the hassles of crowds is your style then you won't find a better value than Aretai.. period. One look at the other value accomodations on the island and you'll see what I mean.
We talked to a handful of couples and groups that came and went during our stay and everyone said that they'd have planned more time at Aretai if they'd known how peaceful it is.

Here are some tips not only for Aretai but for Aitutaki:
- just forget everything. sit on the deck of the villa and read while listening to the palms rustle in the wind. There are leftover books in the closet in unit 2.
- if you want a glass of wine to go with that, the Heineken store has easily the best prices on wine and beer...at least it did last week.
- down the beach 100yrds to the swimming hole at sunset.
- mosquito repellent for when the wind dies down. This goes for the whole island but what's great is that they go away with the breeze.
- Rino rentals for scooters. Ask Mama to call them and have them drop one off or go next door to Puffy's and ask him to call. This goes for any booking on the island.
- the gas station in the AM for bread and lettuce or Heineken store for bread all day. the big store by the wharf at 6am for produce and if you're lucky.. donuts(!).
- we brought meat and sausages from Prime Meats on Raro. Glad we did because finding raw fish-chickn-beef on Aitu is a hassle. Fired up the Aretai BBQ and grilled out on multiple nights. This is a huge bonus. If the grill is crusty.. use the brush!
- we brought pasta and a can of sauce from Raro which was a good call too. Bringing aged dutch cheese with us from the mainland was brilliant.
- Pacific Resorts for postcards and stamps. their beach is also open to anyone. best food presentation on the island but Tavana (?) is a close second. Atmosphere and price make PR second to T in my opinion.
- there is great snorkeling and kayaking right out front of the villas in the lagoon but it's best to wait until high tide to let the water fill in.
- TeKing lagoon tours (snorkeling) is the small group way to go. Bishop for big tours.
- Mona's water taxi (PaPa) to get dropped off at a remote motu for 3-4 hours. you won't regret this one. bring water sandals for the coral and snorkel gear. his sign is on the road by the Heini store.
- The cultural tour is fantastic. A great meal and island experience by a local anthropologist at a working site. This was a great surprise.
- Blackjack for deep sea fishing. He'll prob let you keep a fish or two unlike the other outfits.
- Puffy's for island night on Wednesdays. Call ahead to make sure that it's on.
- Ootu beach to chill out and have a super tasty sandwich from Samade at the same time. This is really the best beer on the island.
- Happy hour cocktails at the Aitutaki Resort restaurant: 5:30-6:30pm. Amazing location and would be a great place to stay here if money were no object.

Hope this info is helpful. It's true that Aretai isn't for everyone. Folks craving a high maintenance visit should stick to resorts where they can be catered to. If that isn't enough then they should probably just stay on another island altogether.
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Date of stay: July 2013Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from SueJtravels, Family at Aretai Beach Villas
Responded Jul 23, 2013
Thanks for the nice review. Glad you loved Aitutaki and Mama and the tips for other guests are fantastic!
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Laura K wrote a review Oct 2007
Oahu, Hawaii25 contributions19 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here for 7 days during our honeymoon in February 07.
There is nothing bad to say about this place, we were even driven down to the petrol station to hire a scooter on the very first evening we arrived thanks to our lovely hostess.

The rooms are great, very clean and sturdy. There was no air conditioning when we were there but having a room, right on the beach well and truly made up for that and you get used to the heat quite fast.

The beach was wonderful however we found the snorkeling better on Rarotonga.

We were the only people staying there most of the time and you must go for a scooter drive around the island at night to see the coconut crabs!! They are crazy :P

Aitutaki is a fantastic non-commercialized island, it really is worth it.
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Date of stay: February 2007
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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chubay wrote a review Jul 2013
5 contributions17 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
WE PAID TOO MUCH FOR WHAT WE GOT! My family and I stayed here at Aretai for 5 nights. First of all, they clean the rooms every 3 days! I didn't come on vacation to make beds, clean bathrooms and sweep floors. (A place down the rode that charges $94.00 per night cleans daily) I was so upset my husband decides to open up a bottle of wine for me but their wine opener was broken. So he sent our kids to the main house to get a another one. They come back with a can opener. They told my boys to use that. REALLY?? Let's continue.... The towels were cheap and old. I would dry myself with it and I was still wet. The bed sheets and bedspread were ancient. Zero bathroom amenities. For $300 a night plus $50 per per additional person . there was 5 of us.($450) (that's $2250 I paid) they should at least clean the rooms daily, buy new quality towels, sheets, bedspread and at the very least have little shampoo/conditioner bottles in the bathroom. There was no AC. I need AC. At the very least they should install a multi-split air conditioner in the living room. For $450.00 a night I believe they can afford it. There are 4 cats roaming the property that belong to the manager, her name is Mama. Kids love playing with them. The problem is that when I picked up the kitten and saw his belly, 8 fleas scattered! They offer no activities on the premises. Down the rode at another property they have bonfires at night and have a potluck night where all vacationers make a dish from their country. The managers of the property set up two tables on the beach and everyone eats together while they get to know each other. At least it's an option. They have 1 portable BBQ that was filthy! For $450 a night they should at least clean it. The beach in front of the property isn't the best by far. We went in the first day we arrived and never again. The best is near the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort. That beach/water is amazing. Great for families. I did see some rental beach villas that are privately owned on that side. I plan on looking into those the next time I go to Aitutaki. Even though Aretai was bad, Aitutaki is beautiful. We tried to spend every waking moment far away from Aretai. Unfortunately it rained the first two days we arrived. In regards to the fruit. We did receive fruit one day and that came from the lady that runs the transportation vehicle, not from Aretai. The owners of this property live in New Zealand and our making a lot of money from us vacationers. They should either lower their prices or put some money into the property and upgrade it. In the immediate future they should hire an additional housekeeper and clean daily. If I would have paid around $150.00usd per night I would not complain. I would have gotten what I paid for. But to paid $450.00 per night doesn't sit well with me. We work hard for our money. This was our family vacation and I felt we got ripped off. You are probably saying to yourself why did you book it in the first place. Well, we didn't. After staying at the Pacific Resorts in Rarotonga last year and loving it, we again contacted the Pacific Resorts Rep in the USA to book the Aitutaki PR for us. They came back and said they do not allow 5 people in a room. Max 4. However, there are villas called Aretai that they send their guests to if Pacific Resort is full and they will take 5 people. Since this was about 1 1/2 weeks before, we said yes blindly. Why would I think that Pacific Resorts being a 4/5 star property would recommend a 1 to 2 star property. We complained to them as well. All in all, unless you are ready for that, stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: June 2013
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: The beach/water is not the best. It's not even pretty in color.
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Response from SueJtravels, Family at Aretai Beach Villas
Responded Jul 7, 2013
I am sorry that you were disappointed in your holiday at Aretai Beach Villas. I feel you must have had some incorrect information from your travel agent . Aretai has never hosted visitors from Pacific Resort- that was the more luxurious and expensive Are Matatui next door who used to take families for Pacific Resort. Aretai Beach Villas is advertised as self catering and is aimed at the independant tourist at a mid range price. We advertise that the villas will be serviced every three days however fresh towels are available on request. We understand how difficult it is to get accommodation on Aitutaki for families so we do accept children with an extra payment that covers the extra costs and wear and tear some families create. Ideally our villas sleep 4 people however on request we will allow a 5th child to use the day bed in the lounge area. We have recently upgraded some bedding and towels and are working on bathroom upgrades. Unfortunately the owner and manager was off the island for medical treatment and we understand that things did not run as smoothly as usual in her absence. Feedback is welcome in order to improve and we again apologize if your holiday in Aitutaki didnt meet your expectations.
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_der_Reisende_10 wrote a review Nov 2013
Stuttgart, Germany33 contributions20 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We had selected Aretai Beach Villas as the highlight of our visit to the Cook Islands. Up on arrival we discoverd a nice and spacious property with large bungalows right on the beach.
Unfortunatly the bungalows are quite worn out and ours was not properly cleaned. There was sand all over the place not only on the floor but also on the little sofa and armchairs in the living area. We also had to clean all the dishes before we could use them for cooking. All in all we had expected more based on the price you pay for the accomodation.
After having everything cleaned, we had a good time though. The beach is great for enjoying the sun or the shade of the palm trees an there is a swimming whole just a few meters down the beach to cool off.
When you're planning on going on a lagoon cruse make sure you go with Teking. They have smaller groups and stay away from the other tour operators.
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Date of stay: November 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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H0wesy wrote a review Mar 2013
Sydney, Australia1 contribution5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I spent a week here with a group of friends in January. We were made to feel welcome from the moment we arrived at Aretai as we were picked up from the airport by Mama Nicholas. There are 5 villas, with 2 being more luxurious in their standard, and the other 3 simple but with plenty of space and all the facilities you would expect in a beach side villa. Admitedly, there are better places for swiming and snorkelling on the island, but really this is just nit picking on what is itself a beautiful spot.
When you come to Aretai, expect the best standard of hospitality from Mama Nicholas who will adopt you like you were a grandchild of her own for the duration of your stay. Mama was able to organise everything we wanted to do on the island, including the delivery of transport, day trips on the lagoon and a deep sea fishing trip outside the reef. Mama's kind nature and grace alone made staying at this place a delight.
The island itself is not big, so Aretai is within a few minutes scooter ride of any place you might wish to visit. There is a fully equipped kitchen in every villa which we used almost every day, but I would recommend you travel around and visit some of the local cafe's and restaurants dotted around the island and in the resorts. After a long day travelling around the island and swimming in the lagoon, there is no better way to spend an evening than lounging on one of the large villa balconies, or walking the 10 metres to the beach to wade in the warm water and watch the sun go down.
This isand is a beautiful place, and unlike any other place I had been to before. Its warmth and character are captured perfectly by Aretai and Mama Nicholas. Overwall, this was a wonderful stay.
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Date of stay: January 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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justtravel02 wrote a review Jan 2013
Australia526 contributions124 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent 2 nights here and while the bungalow was very basic it was a good base to explore the rest of the island. Our bungalow view was blocked by palm trees and the cleanliness of the bungalow was of an adequate standard. The beach and swimming area out front is pretty ordinary compared to other places around the island, yet the gardens are lovely and well kept. The lovely host/owner of the property Mama (85 years young) certainly made up for our disappointment in the bungalow with her wonderful hospitality and friendliness. Mama organised our car, day trip out in the lagoon with Aitutaki Adventures which was a magnificent day out and real must for anyone visiting the Island. The snorkelling was fantastic and the lunch provided beautiful. We enjoyed a daily supply of bananas and passion fruit from Mama and wonderful chats. We had a lovely meal at the Pacific Resort which I highly recommend.

I was unsure on how to rate our stay, as the bungalow was average yet Mama was such a delightful character - sometimes your trip is not always about your accommodation or the places you go but the people you meet along the way!
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Date of stay: January 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled on business
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Bebebird wrote a review Jan 2009
San Antonio, Texas2 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband, 3 year old daughter, and mother traveled from Texas to Aitutaki and stayed at the Aretai from late December 2008 to January 2009. It was a wonderful experience. We booked the room through a real estate agent in Rarotonga ($300NZ a night). He took 25% up front and then the balance two weeks prior to the trip.
We arrived to the Aitutaki airport, where the sounds and voice of a local musician greet you. The Aretai had arranged for transport and she was right on time. We were taken to our villa, which was a beachfront villa. The pictures posted by another vistor are still up to date. The villa is right on the beach. Ours had a large deck with several tables and chairs. Inside is the living area and large kitchen. The kitchen does have utensils and dishes (though only enough for 4 guests). There is a french press, a toaster, good sized refrigerator and freezer, a microwave, and a stove/oven.
We went to Aitutaki as part of a wedding party of 26, and we hosted several meals/events at the Aretai. Mama was more than happy to let us host the parties, including a big party for the whole wedding group on New Years Eve. We celebrated with a big bonfire on the beach.
The villa also has a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a second bedroom with two full-sized beds. Only thing lacking was dressers to store clothing (we were there 2 weeks).
The bathroom was nice, has lots of shelving and always a supply of clean bath and beach towels. There is a hairdryer (though the outlet in our bathroom did not work). The villa also has a small washer.
There was a constant supply of fresh fruit, including coconuts, bananas, papaya, passionfruit, and star fruit.
Kayaks lay in wait on the shore for the next adventure.
Only cautionary note is that the mosquitos are really bad outside the villa, but we solved that by having mosquito coils constantly burning on the deck.
Also, if you want a scooter, you might want to make arrangements in advance because they can be hard to come by (we were there for the holidays when they were in high demand).
Mama and her staff were so friendly and helpful and offered many great suggestions. Also, there is a journal in the room chock full of helpful tips and suggestions by other guests that was a blast to read.
We saw many of our other friends accomodations while in Aitutaki (Paradise, Etu Moana, Samade and Paradise) but our accomodations at the Aretai offered us the best fit and we would absolutely stay there again!
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Date of stay: December 2008
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck in / front desk
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Diceman61 wrote a review Jun 2016
Tauranga, New Zealand32 contributions49 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The villas are only steps from the beach, via a grove of shady coconut palms.

They offer comfortable spacious self catering living, with all mod cons. The large covered decks are a great design feature - just made for family gatherings or a quiet read and snooze.

This is really a little slice of warm, peaceful tropical heaven...providing a memorable holiday.

As an experienced paddle boarder , I much enjoyed some long runs upwind - yep, dodging the odd coral head - not for SUP learners. Instead, grab one of the modern sit-on plastic kayaks the villas provide. There is also safe swimming in a 'swimming hole' a short way along the beach.

If you can nail down an island tour with villas minder Lawton, don't hesitate. He serves up lots of fascinating info on everything from flora and fauna to island history.

If you get sick of preping your own food, Puffy's restaurant next door offers very acceptable fare. Koru cafe past the airport is also worth a visit - and serves a good strong coffee. But DONT go to Black Rock Cafe at Pacific Resort - but that's another story ....
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Date of stay: June 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
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Narelle W wrote a review May 2016
Tamworth, Australia32 contributions22 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aretai Beach Villas are perfectly situated in every way. A perfect tropical island, a perfect climate, a perfect beach front location, and perfectly central to everything a visitor might need. The villas were spacious, quite modern and well equipped. Ceiling fans, insect screens, fantastic breeze flow - all made for a comfortable climate during warmer days. Beds were comfortable (very important) and the bathroom amenities good (also important!). Mama and her son Rob were warm and welcoming hosts and eager to help in any way. And the view from the deck...wow. We had a little problem with ants in the villa but a can of insect spray worked a treat. The hot water was not very hot after a few overcast days (solar hot water) however these things are a part of island life and to be expected. We do recommend Aretai Beach Villas.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: 'Absolute Beachfront' and 'Beachfront' are side by side on the beach...both...
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floridapatumaka asked a question Apr 2018
Auckland Central, New Zealand2 contributions1 helpful vote
Hi Do have anything available at end Nov - early Dec for a group of 11 people please?
Clare NZ asked a question Apr 2017
Auckland Central, New Zealand34 contributions16 helpful votes
Hi there, do you have wifi? Is it free or is there a charge? Thanks so much, your villas look beautiful!
Answer from SueJtravels
55 contributions24 helpful votes
Hi there both beachfront villas are booked 8/9/10th can you change your dates slightly? kind regards Sue
dufffamily2018 wrote a tip Jul 2018
Auckland, New Zealand2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choose the beach front Villa if you can get it!"
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Narelle W wrote a tip May 2016
Tamworth, Australia32 contributions22 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"'Absolute Beachfront' and 'Beachfront' are side by side on the beach...both fantastic beachfront locations."
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Julia K wrote a tip Oct 2015
1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All villas are well appointed and private, beachfront would be a favourite."
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fridge24 wrote a tip Jul 2015
Tauranga, New Zealand101 contributions34 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All 3 villas are well located."
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PeneSp wrote a tip Jul 2015
Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All villas perfectly situated."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Aretai Beach Villas
Which popular attractions are close to Aretai Beach Villas?
Nearby attractions include Aitutaki Lagoon (3.1 km), One Foot Island (3.2 km), and O'otu Beach (2.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Aretai Beach Villas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a lounge, free parking, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Aretai Beach Villas?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Aretai Beach Villas?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Aretai Beach Villas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Avatea Cafe, Koru Cafe, and Rapae Bay Restaurant and Blackrock Bar.
Does Aretai Beach Villas have airport transportation?
Yes, Aretai Beach Villas offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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