Beautifully nestled between rolling mountain slopes and the silky-white sands of Muri Beach stands this relaxed boutique resort, offering 22 self-contained units and villas. Guests can unwind with a dip in the pool, or enjoy a host of water sports along the beach, and venture out to the nearby Te Vara Nui Village for a cultural experience. Spacious, air-conditioned one and two bedroom rooms await, featuring full kitchens and patios or balconies overlooking the lagoon or pool, while deluxe villas offer a more secluded escape.
Why we recommend the Muri Beachcomber
- Direct access to Muri Beach
- Self-contained resort accommodation
- One-minute walk to shops and eateries
- Sparkling outdoor pool
- 15-minute drive from Rarotonga Airport
Attractions near the Muri Beachcomber
Cruise the magnificent Muri Lagoon
Step outside your room and discover the crystal clear waters of Muri Lagoon. Sheltered from the depths of the Pacific Ocean by Motutapou and Oneroa islands, the lagoon is home to abundant tropical fish and marine life.
Climb aboard a glass bottomed cruiser and see the pristine waters and colourful marine life pass beneath you without getting wet. Or get up close and personal when you paddle a kayak or strap on a snorkel and take to the vibrant turquoise water. The islands fringing the lagoon are easily accessible by boat, swimming and even on foot in low tide. Escape to their uninhabited wilderness for your own personal piece of paradise.
Walk in the tropical wilderness
A drive around the island of Rarotonga can take just 30 minutes, yet for such a small island the incredible diversity of places to visit is impressive. Leave the inviting blue waters behind for a morning and venture inland to immerse yourself in the lush tropical rainforest.
Take the Papua Waterfall track and hike through flourishing forest to this popular and romantic waterfall. Or explore the island’s treasures with a walk on the Cross Island track, the Avana Valley track or the Turangi track, which will lead you to Raemaru Lookout for stunning views. Guided walks through the Takitumu Conservation Area are also available – learn about the island’s indigenous flora, birdlife and other wildlife from a local guide while you walk.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Balcony / terrace (some rooms)||Laundry room|
|Swimming pool||Health club or gym|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet wireless fee||Internet (wireless)|
|Iron and ironing board||In room safe|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Kitchenette||Internet (common wireless)|
|Internet common wireless fee||Non-smoking|