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Hotel Maitai Lapita, Huahine
Hotel Maitai Lapita, Huahine
SOCIETY ARCHIPELAGO, FRENCH POLYNESIA (August 1, 2011) – Pacific Beachcomber S.C., French Polynesia’s leader in tourism and destination experience, today announces the opening of the Maitai Lapita Village on August 1, 2011. Built surrounding a fresh water lake, Maitai Lapita Village will open on 7.5 acres of land near the village of Fare on the island of Huahine. Owned by the MAITAI brand, the new property is managed by Hotel Managements & Services, which is part of the Pacific Beachcomber umbrella. The restaurant, bar and pool offer views of the magnificent white sand beach bordering the crystal clear lagoon, affording a panoramic view of Raiatea, Taha’a and Bora Bora. Maitai Lapita Village features 15 ‘Premium Lake Bungalows’ built around the fresh water lake and decorated with beautiful water lilies, five ‘Premium Garden Bungalows’ and 12 ‘Garden Bungalows’ throughout the property, each with a partial view of the lake and surrounded by tropical plants and vibrant native flowers. The architecture of the hotel was heavily influenced by both the artistic and canoe culture of the region. Each bungalow is designed to evoke a sense of the Polynesian canoe house, decorated with stylized canoe prows. Traditional paddles decorate the walls of the bungalows, and many feature furniture in the shape of a canoe. The style of the reception area and restaurant/bar is inspired by the architecture and cave adornments of the houses of ancient Polynesian Chiefs. The terracotta color of the Lapita pottery is consistently represented throughout the bungalows, and archaeological artifacts found on site also inspired the decor. The term “Lapita” refers to the ancestors of French Polynesia, and to the people who navigated from South East Asia 4,000 years ago through Melanesia to Polynesia in great doubled hulled sailing canoes. The rich history of Polynesian culture served as an inspiration for the development of the hotel as well as the atmosphere that was created. The Maitai Lapita Village is told through the chronological exhibition in the hotel museum, tracing the ancient settlement period, through the arrival of Europeans, and to the present. On display are relevant artifacts, illustrations, explanatory texts and diverse artwork. Maitai Lapita Village was built with great respect to the environment. The hotel is largely supplied by photovoltaic renewable energy using a combination of local and traditional as well as modern and recycled materials. The area’s eco-system is preserved through the use of non-polluting waste treatments and cleaning products. Native trees and traditional medicinal plants were planted around the hotel, recreating an authentic atmosphere. Across the grounds, a traditional flora is combined with natural species for color and variation. The hotel plans to apply for EarthCheck Certification following the example of the two other Maitai hotels (Silver Certification in Bora Bora, and Bronze Certification in Rangiroa). The certification recognizes various environmentally-friendly practices and takes into account the relationship and various benefits shared with the staff and community, including educating and raising awareness to promote preservation on all counts. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Pole Aerial Photography (Ron Thomson Gangster Pole) - Sony Nex 5 --------------------------------------------------------------------
Hotel Maitai Lapita, Huahine
Hotel Maitai Lapita, Huahine
SOCIETY ARCHIPELAGO, FRENCH POLYNESIA (August 1, 2011) – Pacific Beachcomber S.C., French Polynesia’s leader in tourism and destination experience, today announces the opening of the Maitai Lapita Village on August 1, 2011. Built surrounding a fresh water lake, Maitai Lapita Village will open on 7.5 acres of land near the village of Fare on the island of Huahine. Owned by the MAITAI brand, the new property is managed by Hotel Managements & Services, which is part of the Pacific Beachcomber umbrella. The restaurant, bar and pool offer views of the magnificent white sand beach bordering the crystal clear lagoon, affording a panoramic view of Raiatea, Taha’a and Bora Bora. Maitai Lapita Village features 15 ‘Premium Lake Bungalows’ built around the fresh water lake and decorated with beautiful water lilies, five ‘Premium Garden Bungalows’ and 12 ‘Garden Bungalows’ throughout the property, each with a partial view of the lake and surrounded by tropical plants and vibrant native flowers. The architecture of the hotel was heavily influenced by both the artistic and canoe culture of the region. Each bungalow is designed to evoke a sense of the Polynesian canoe house, decorated with stylized canoe prows. Traditional paddles decorate the walls of the bungalows, and many feature furniture in the shape of a canoe. The style of the reception area and restaurant/bar is inspired by the architecture and cave adornments of the houses of ancient Polynesian Chiefs. The terracotta color of the Lapita pottery is consistently represented throughout the bungalows, and archaeological artifacts found on site also inspired the decor. The term “Lapita” refers to the ancestors of French Polynesia, and to the people who navigated from South East Asia 4,000 years ago through Melanesia to Polynesia in great doubled hulled sailing canoes. The rich history of Polynesian culture served as an inspiration for the development of the hotel as well as the atmosphere that was created. The Maitai Lapita Village is told through the chronological exhibition in the hotel museum, tracing the ancient settlement period, through the arrival of Europeans, and to the present. On display are relevant artifacts, illustrations, explanatory texts and diverse artwork. Maitai Lapita Village was built with great respect to the environment. The hotel is largely supplied by photovoltaic renewable energy using a combination of local and traditional as well as modern and recycled materials. The area’s eco-system is preserved through the use of non-polluting waste treatments and cleaning products. Native trees and traditional medicinal plants were planted around the hotel, recreating an authentic atmosphere. Across the grounds, a traditional flora is combined with natural species for color and variation. The hotel plans to apply for EarthCheck Certification following the example of the two other Maitai hotels (Silver Certification in Bora Bora, and Bronze Certification in Rangiroa). The certification recognizes various environmentally-friendly practices and takes into account the relationship and various benefits shared with the staff and community, including educating and raising awareness to promote preservation on all counts. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Kite Aerial Photography - Fled - AutoKap Rig and Ricoh GX 200 --------------------------------------------------------------------

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