A private island located in the French Polynesian atoll Tetiaroa and owned by Marlon Brando is ready to be opened as a luxury eco-friendly resort. To maintain island’s connection to the late actor the resort is named The Brando. Now it is everyone else’s time to enjoy this paradise island, which for centuries has been a summer sanctuary for Tahitian royalty, and then for Hollywood royalty after Brando made it his personal retreat in the 1960’s.
The resort will open doors in July, which is also around the time of 10th death anniversary of Brando. There are 35 villas at the Brando each equipped with a set of luxury extras such as a private pool, media room, comfortable sofas, Wi-Fi and walk-in closets. All villas offer great views of the ocean, lush gardens, and resort’s vegetable and fruit orchard.
However, biggest attractions resort offer are related to its breathtaking natural beauty. The Tetiaroa island is surrounded by a three mile wide lagoon with white sandy beaches frequented by sea turtles and exotic birds. During paddle boarding or snorkeling there are 167 species of tropical fish to see.
A variety of water activities are offered such as sailing, snorkeling, kayaking and more. Outdoor excursions include exploring the island on bicycle, strolling beaches, wander through surrounding islands and bird watching.
The Brando has two restaurants, two bars, a Polynesian spa and two boutiques. Villas are available with one, two and three bedrooms. Hotel is also 100% energy independent. The island is located just 30 miles off Tahiti, a 20 minute plane ride with spectacular views via Air Tetiaroa will get you there. To start that exotic Polynesian vacation make your reservation, rates starts at $4,000 per night.
Source: The Brando