Ready for the world’s best lagoon views? Rent fabulous overwater bungalows at the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa – the ONLY 5-star resort in the Cook Islands located directly on world-famous Aitutaki Lagoon.
Come see for yourself, your ultimate romantic hideaway in the heart of the South Seas awaits.
Enjoy the Cook Islands’ best location directly on expansive Aitutaki Lagoon. The Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa offers unparalleled panoramic views of the lagoon and the small islands.
As the only resort directly on the world’s most beautiful lagoon, The Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa features romantic overwater bungalows with open air showers, royal pool villas, deluxe beachfront bungalows and direct access to the lagoon. Laze in a beach hammock, indulge yourself with relaxing massage, or sip a cocktail at the Flying Boat Beach Bar & Grill while enjoying the sun setting on the water.
Each bungalow is air-conditioned and features satellite TV, in-room movies, refrigerator and a veranda with sun loungers. Just imagine waking up to jaw-dropping views of Aitutaki Lagoon, refreshing in the open-air shower and entering the lagoon directly from your bungalow.
- Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
- Private Veranda
- Air Conditioning
- Open Air Shower
- Room Service
- Iron & Ironing board
- Daily Housemaid Service
- Nightly turn down service
- In-bungalow Wi-Fi access
- Flat Screen TV
When you have chosen staying at the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa, you have selected the resort with not only the most picturesque location on Aitutaki – but one of the best lagoon playgrounds on Earth, offering you a private island, a prime secluded beach, a majestic lagoon, and a wide range of activities to enjoy.
Just imagine floating atop the World’s Most Beautiful Lagoon, or stand-up paddleboarding on absolute pristine waters, discovering the beautiful underwater world while snorkeling in the quite possibly the most picturesque location on Earth. The guests enjoy the following complimentary activities:
- stand-up paddleboarding
- fish feeding
- learn to dance the island ‘ura (hula)
- make a fresh flower ‘ei (lei)
- play the island log drums, play the ukulele
- weave a sun hat from coconut fronds, tie a pareu (sarong), or husk a coconut