Pacific Resort Aitutaki
Pacific Resort Aitutaki is a destination to add to your bucket list. The multi-award winning five star resort is one of the premium resorts in the South Pacific and our own little piece of paradise.
Five Star Luxury Accommodation
Pacific Resort Aitutaki is the Cook Islands’ only member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection and we’re proud to be part of an exclusive group of luxury hotels and resorts from around the world.
The resort is surrounded by the stunning, tranquil turquoise waters of the Aitutaki Lagoon and offers an intimate and exclusive collection of just 27 luxuriously appointed bungalows and villas. Pacific Resort Aitutaki is the ultimate South Pacific getaway – a place to sit back and watch the world go by at your pace.
Luxurious bungalows and villas
The 27 villas and bungalows are all air-conditioned and offer uninterrupted sweeping views across the lagoon. Each bungalow and villa has its own private sundeck which has been purposely built to take advantage of the beachfront location.
Activities at Pacific Resort Aitutaki
Whilst many of our guests choose Pacific Resort Aitutaki as the ultimate place to kick back and relax with a good book on our white sandy beaches, for some, adventure is still an important part of their holiday and Pacific Resort Aitutaki is not short on things to do. One of the most popular activities for visitors to Aitutaki is kiteboarding. With the huge expanse of the South Pacific on our doorstep and favourable winds, Pacific Resort Aitutaki attracts kite boarders from around the world. Bonefishing is also extremely popular and provides the ultimate challenge for anglers. For something a bit more relaxing, out Tiare Spa is the perfect way to relax and unwind.
Rapae Bay Restaurant
There are a number of eating options at Pacific Resort Aitutaki with a wide range of local and international cuisine. Our main dining facility is at the Rapae Bay Restaurant where we serve some of the finest cuisine in the Cook Islands. Our chefs prepare everything from fresh using the abundance of local produce from around the Cook Islands. We also have a fantastic range of international wines which we can match with your menu to complete the ultimate dining experience. Combine this service that is unmatched in the South Pacific and you’re in for a treat.
Black Rock Café
If you are looking for something a bit more casual, Black Rock Café is the perfect place to dine or sip cocktails whilst taking in the stunning views. Named after the striking volcanic rocks that frame Amuri Beach, Black Rock Café is a popular spot with all our guests at Pacific Resort Aitutaki at sunset where you can enjoy some stunning views from the beachfront location. The Black Rock Café is a great place to socialise and enjoy some delicious food and drinks with service available on the beach.
If you prefer the privacy of dining in your own room, then our room service is perfect for you. Indulge in a hearty cooked breakfast in bed or select from our comprehensive room service menu throughout the day and night which offers different options to our restaurant and café menus.
The private sun decks in each villa and bungalow are the perfect place to sit back and enjoy a delicious meal and a glass of wine. Bliss.
Every Wednesday night Pacific Resort Aitutaki celebrates our unique South Pacific culture with a live performance featuring song and dance performed by local Aitutakians, accompanied by island drummers, guitarists and ukulele players. An opportunity to immerse yourself in authentic Cook Island culture – an experience not to be missed.
Eating out at Pacific Resort Aitutaki
Eating out at Pacific Resort Aitutaki is a breath taking experience no matter where or when you choose to dine. Our exclusive Rapae Bay Restaurant offers mesmerising panoramic views across the lagoon as you dine on our extensive international and local cuisine and world class wines. If you are looking for something a bit more casual, our popular Black Rock Café is a great place to sip on cocktails and reflect on the beauty of Aitutaki. If you are looking for something a bit more private, you can also order room service and take dinner on your own sundeck – the choice is all yours.
When it comes to picture perfect wedding venues, there aren’t many better than the stunning Pacific Resort Aitutaki in the South Pacific. Aitutaki is an atoll world-renowned for lush tropical foliage and white sand beaches. Framing a stunningly beautiful lagoon of unimaginable turquoise water, the tiny idyllic island is arguably the most beautiful in the Cooks. Aitutaki is a luxury haven for romance and the perfect location for your dream wedding.
Personalise your beach wedding at Pacific Resort Aitutaki
The incredibly talented Pacific Resort Wedding and Events Team can personalise your experience by offering a selection of services to enhance your special day with the magic and romance of the South Pacific. Enjoy a romantic serenade or the musical talents of a local village string band accompanied by the graceful traditional dances of the Cook Islands. However you choose to celebrate your special day you can be sure that you will leave with forever treasured memories.
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Weddings at Pacific Resort Aitutaki
As the Cook Island’s only member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection, Pacific Resort Aitutaki is understandably a popular destination for weddings, honeymoons or simply an escape to rekindle the romance.
Declare your vows lagoon side with rose petals scattered at your feet, followed by a private dining experience in a Bedouin style tent on the beach, surrounded by flaming torches.
However you choose to spend your time at Pacific Resort Aitutaki you can be assured your experience will be the finest in boutique luxury that the South Pacific has to offer.
Services & Amenities
The following facilities are available at this resort.
Get In Touch
All countries:+682 28140
New Zealand only: 0800 774 469
Australia only: 1-800 105 701
United States only: 1-800 223 1082
The Pacific Resort Aitutaki, Cook Islands