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Aitutaki Village

Ootu Beach PO Box 75 Cook Islands
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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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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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sread wrote a review Jun 2021
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe3 contributions
Absolutely amazing. Would highly recommend for those travelling to Aitutaki. You basically wake up and walk onto the beach from the rooms. The water is crystal clear and the facilities are all you need. I loved the sheer simplicity of the place too, very basic in such a good way! Would definitely go back one day.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Andrew H wrote a review Apr 2020
Melbourne, Australia45 contributions9 helpful votes
I stayed for four nights early March as a solo traveller. From the moment I was greeted at the airport by Marie (only a short drive away) to the moment I left, I loved it all. Marie was a warm and friendly host. The cabins were great. Some may call them basic but they were clean and comfortable and have everything you need (including great aircon which is such a relief on the really hot and humid days). This place has a perfect and beautiful location. The sun setting from the bar is magical. If you can spare a few days or more in Aitutaki (rather than just the day trip that's offered), then I definately recommend Aitutaki Village.
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Date of stay: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
Brownieducky wrote a review Apr 2020
Piombino, Italy2 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice and cozy bungalow hotel just is front of the most beautiful lagoon in the world, you don’t need tv or luxury when you have a view like this. The room are more than basic and always clean, big bed and big shower, fresh water is always available in the fridge. The restaurant is just on the lagoon, with a good choice of typical dishes. People from the Aitutaki village are always smiling and friendly, and they are always at your disposal. The cruises for the famous Motus and one foot islands are leaving from the beach just in front of the bungalows. 100% suggested!
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Date of stay: November 2019
1 Helpful vote
KnightHoneymoon wrote a review Mar 2020
15 contributions23 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed in Aitutaki Village for a couple days during our honeymoon. The location and accommodations were beautiful. On site kayaks were a nice touch. The attached restaurant is good and has an amazing buffet breakfast, but often runs out of dinner items (makes sense as the island is quite remote and shipping is an issue) The music is way too loud for the tranquil location. We loved our stay except for some real issues with the staff. We were introduced to the resort by an amazing staff member named Elaina(?). She was courteous and drove us from the airport to our room. She gave us a lot of great information on the area and booked us in while we waited for our lagoon cruise. Unfortunately the rest of the stay was managed by a staff member called "Aunty Love".
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Date of stay: January 2020
3 Helpful votes
Dboehmig wrote a review Jan 2020
Sandy Springs, Georgia19 contributions8 helpful votes
My son and I were so looking forward to this week together on a fly fishing expedition and we were not disappointed! The Cook Islands locals, business owners, and others we met were so kind and warm. We found Aitutaki Village via the company that arranged our fly fishing excursion and the property was just what we were hoping for. The pace was very relaxing and the weather was nice, of course. The highlight was definitely the hospitality and graciousness of our hosts. They went out of their way to make sure every detail was spot on. The accommodations were clean and recently renovated. I look forward to returning and bring my wife and the rest of our family.
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Date of stay: January 2020
1 Helpful vote
US$224 - US$291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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