Pape'ete is the place to shop for everything from the hippest Tahitian shirt to souvenirs such as pareos, Marquesan carved bowls, ukuleles, baskets, woven hats, tikis, and monoi oil, which are all available in the public market. There are plenty of boutiques along Boulevard Pomare and in Centre Vaima and Fare Tony, and dozens of pearl shops, which seem to never close. Galleries have exquisite wooden items and paintings. There is little outside the capital, save for a few stores in local shopping malls and the museum gift shops on the west coast.

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  • 1. Le Méridien Tahiti

    Puna'auia | Spas

    There's no full spa at this resort, however there are massages available in guest rooms or in the lovely garden. Prices begin at around 6,500...Read More

  • 2. Radisson Plaza Resort Tahiti

    Arue | Spas

    The Radisson's Le Spa signature Matavai treatment will leave you totally invigorated. It begins with an exfoliating treatment using black sand...Read More

  • 3. Sofitel Tahiti Resort

    Puna'auia | Spas

    There's no dedicated spa; however, therapists offer an array of massages including sports, relaxation, and "jet-lag revival" in a hotel room...Read More

  • 4. Sheraton Hotel Tahiti Resort & Spa

    Faa'a | Spas

    Indulge in a facial of honey, papaya, coconut milk, and flower essence or treat your feet to reflexology and a pedicure. Massages are available...Read More

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