The Brando offers carefree luxury in the midst of pristine nature on the private atoll of Tetiaroa. It was inspired by Marlon Brando’s original vision to create a fully self-sustainable resort co-existing with a center for scientific research, education and conservation. Only 50 km north of Tahiti, with access by private plane, Tetiaroa is comprised of a dozen idyllic islets, all privately owned and available exclusively to the resort’s guests and visiting researchers.
The all-inclusive resort features 36 secluded villas with private pools on beautiful white-sand beaches frequented by sea turtles, exotic birds and an abundant marine life. All villas were designed to reflect the Polynesian lifestyle and traditions:
- 30 one-bedroom villas with a sitting room and one bedroom spanning 96 sq.m plus a 56 sq.m deck and 10 sq.m plunge pool, to accommodate up to two adults and two children.
- 4 two-bedroom villas spanning 168 sq.m plus a 206 sq.m private yard with a terraced wooden deck and a 22 sq.m pool. These villas have a dining room and a kitchen for in-house meals prepared by one of the resort’s chefs. Accommodations for up to four guests.
- 1 three-bedroom villa on Mermaid Bay spanning 246 sq.m. This villa has all the features of the two-bedroom villas plus a third bedroom. The dining room is larger, with space for up to eight guests, and the 206 sq.m private outdoor space includes a 22 sq.m pool.
- 1 three-bedroom residence (+ one maid room) provides around 279 sq.m of enclosed air-conditioned space and around 279 sq.m of outside decking and pool area. Dedicated staff including chefs and butlers are available upon request.
The Brando resort also features three restaurants showcasing Polynesian-inspired dishes, East/West fusion and classic French cuisine; two bars; a luxurious spa and wellness center with several massage and treatment villas around a serene lily-covered pond.
The all-inclusive plan includes full board and drinks, including at the gourmet restaurant, one spa treatment per day per room, daily excursions to discover Tetiaroa with naturalist guides and programs with our environmental research station.