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Pension Cecile

Guesthouse - Rangiroa

The guest house Cecile welcomes you in a friendly and family atmosphere with a dynamic Polynesian team at your service. 7 bungalows, simple and clean, await you along the lagoon. There is no beach on site but access to the sea is possible by the pontoon of the guest house. A common "fare" with sun loungers, bicycles, masks and snorkels, kayaks, balls of "pétanque" are graciously placed at your disposal. Dishes, mainly based on local fish, served in buffet-style are delicious and renowned throughout the island of Rangiroa.

From 183 USD in double room Quote

Rooms

Rooms facilities

Baby Bed upon request, N/A, Ceiling Fan, Mosquito Net, Private Bathroom, Shower, Terrace.

Plan

Lagoon View Bungalow & Half Board

The 'small' bungalows have a maximum capacity of 2 adults. The furniture inside the bungalow is simple but the necessary comfort is there including a mosquito net and a fan. Please be aware that the water of the shower is at room temperature. A small terrace with sun loungers and chairs allow you to enjoy the turquoise lagoon.

  • Bed configuration : 1 Double bed
  • Additional facilities : N/A

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From 183 USD in double room
Plan

Large Family Lagoon View Bungalow & Half Board

These 'large' units are slightly larger than the 'small' units. The furniture inside the bungalow is simple but the necessary comfort is there including a mosquito net and a fan. Please be aware that the water of the shower is at room temperature. A small terrace with sun loungers and chairs allow you to enjoy the turquoise lagoon.

  • Bed configuration : 2 Double bed
  • Additional facilities : N/A

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From 229 USD in double room

Services

Check in - Check out

Check-in 14:00 Check-out 10:00


Dining - Entertainment features

The half board is included in the room rate.

Several large wooden tables with benches await you in the dining room of the guest house. You will appreciate the sandy ground while you enjoy your dishes of local fish. At the guest house Cecile the food is copious, delicious and served in buffet. The atmosphere is warm and friendly.

Breakfast buffet is served from 07h00 to 09h30,
Bread, butter, jam, marmelades, fruits, pancakes, tea, coffee, chocolate

Dinner is served from 19h00
Buffet with dishes mainly based on local fish and products

No lunch on site

The dining room has a water (cold and hot) dispenser available for free all day long, along with coffee, hot chocolate and all sorts of tea


Facilities and activities

Free WIFI access

Do not hesitate to visit the pearl farm just off the guest house (free), you will get a detailed explanation on the work done on Polynesian pearls and you can take home a souvenir from the gift shop.

According to availabilities, few cultural demo will be suggested such as :
Coconut bread making, initiation of the Tamure danse, tying of the Pareo etc ....

Bicycles, Kayaks, Canoe, Library, Petanque, Snorkeling Equipment

N/A


Children

Infants and children under 12 years are accepted at Pension Cécile. Note however that the facilities of the guesthouse are not suitable for youngsters (no beach, access to the lagoon difficult ...).

Localisation

5mn driving distance from the airport
5mn driving distance from Avatoru village
A fresh flower lei is offered at client's arrival at the airport
A traditional shell lei is kindly offered for departure


Information on this Factsheet is subject to change without prior notice.

Customer reviews

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13/11/2019 - Lee,

Everything we discussed thru email and our plan has been modified few times and finalized in 1-2 months. Fred and Vini are helpful, I had a great honeymoon arrangement. Thanks the team!

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19/06/2018 - Elodie, France

Excellent, what an organization at the top! Really thank you, everything was very well managed!

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24/01/2018 - Paolo, Italy

Excellent Yes! Everything was perfect. One of the best vacations of my life !!! Hotels, particularly, the ones in Bora Bora where top notch. Yes. I would recommend Tahiti (beautiful), Bora Bora (super) and Rangiroa!

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