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Aitutaki Village

Ootu Beach PO Box 75 Cook Islands
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Free cancellation until 23/05/22
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Free cancellation until 22/05/22
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#5 of 10 hotels in Aitutaki
Aitutaki Village is a small boutique resort on Aitutaki in the Cook Islands. Situated on the white sandy beach of Ootu (meaning full moon) on the south western point of the island. The property provides a quiet and relaxing environment on the edge of the protected Aitutaki lagoon, ideal for swimming and water activities at all tides.The Polynesian inspired restaurant and bar has stunning views and is located on the lagoons edge. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is available everyday, we also offer special dinner evenings, lagoon cruises, private island excursions, rental vehicles, kayaks and island tours.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Mosquito net
Laundry service
Bar / lounge
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Room features
Air conditioning
Clothes rack
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Coffee / tea maker
Bath / shower
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Lagoon View
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David Xu wrote a review Jun 2019
Sydney, Australia6 contributions2 helpful votes
Good location, clean room, which we liked, but the breakfast included was low quality and poor range, cheapest ham and cheese, fliers hoovering over the plates. comparing to the room rates NZ$350-400, the breakfast just disappointed us. The most annoying thing is the restaurant staff knocking every room, every afternoon, to ask if you want order a dinner from their restaurant, even though we had put the sign 'do not disturb', they still knocked doors til the guests open their doors. We stayed at Aitutaki and Rarotanga for a week, the impressions about the people running business on the islands, such as accommodations, restaurants, or other shops, who are trying get more money from travelers, but give less to them.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Rosemary321 wrote a review Apr 2019
Sydney, Australia4 contributions4 helpful votes
We spent 6 nights here and loved every minute. All the large rooms have recently been renovated and are very comfortable, all with AC, hot water and very good beds. All set in a nice garden setting. The restaurant hotel (Blue Lagoon), has an amazing position and outlook over the lagoon and we just loved hanging there all day. The continental breakfast (which was included in our room rate) was fantastic - fruit, whole meal bread, healthy cereal options, etc... an hot pancakes everyday! We also ate at the restaurant for lunchtime and dinner and it was very nice. My husband caught some fish in the reef and the restaurant were very happy to cook it for us one night. But if you want to try something different, Koru Cafe (we loved this place) and the Boatshed are only a 5 minute walk
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Date of stay: April 2019
2 Helpful votes
clevertraveller2017 wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom3 contributions8 helpful votes
I made a reservation for the island night show (including dinner) as a single traveller (single table just for me). As I had severe health problems that evening, I cancelled my reservation in the afternoon. Although I have not been informed upfront about any cancellation fee for a dinner reservation (which is normally free of charge worldwide), they charged me a cancellation fee of 35 NSD !!! AND after this, I figured out that they even gave the table to a group of people who all paid again full price each. So Aitutaki Village restaurant and hotel did not just gain the cancellation fee they charged me illegally, they also got the full price for times from the people who got the table instead of me because I had to go to hospital. What a shame !!! Do NOT go there!!! These people
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Date of stay: January 2019
3 Helpful votes
JCW1981NZ wrote a review Apr 2019
Christchurch, New Zealand26 contributions3 helpful votes
Located at the beautiful Ootu Point and right on the lagoon, Aitutaki Village is a brilliant place to stay. Elaine and all the team are super friendly, smiley and helpful. The accommodation has all you need, including very welcome air con! Meitaki :)
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Date of stay: March 2019
1 Helpful vote
cymro39 wrote a review Mar 2019
Paris, France75 contributions9 helpful votes
We were amazed by the warmth and ready attention of the welcome by the Bishop family. We had wonderful speed boat outings in to the further ends of this world famous blue lagoon: to One Foot Island swimming with enormous Trevallys circling us, to Honeymoon Island where birds nest at ground level in the tropical island vegetation and remain unconcerned at human presences. The sand is white and too hot for bare feet. The water even with wind is a startling light blue colour that you carry in your head a long time after leaving. For all this and more we say thank you to Mr. Bishop!
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Date of stay: February 2019
US$224 - US$291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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