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The Ultimate South Seas Escape to Marlon Brando’s Private Island

The luxurious and highly anticipated Brando Resort will open July 1, 2014 on the famed actor’s private island, Tetiaroa. Once considered a playground for royalty, this tiny atoll served as a summer residence for the former chiefs and kings of Tahiti. It was passed through the hands of many private owners until the famed Hollywood actor negotiated ownership in 1966.

Tetiaroa

The resort, a product of the late Marlon Brando’s vision, features 35 villas with private plunge pools, two gourmet restaurants, two hotel bars, a fitness center, swimming pool, library, tennis court, luxury pearl shop, boutique, an organic orchard and vegetable garden, and a luxurious spa built over a freshwater pond. It combines luxury with environmental sustainability to create one of the finest eco-friendly resorts in the world.

In honor of the resort’s opening, we’re offering the Ultimate South Seas Escape. This introductory offer allows our clients to save up to 40% and be the first guests to experience the resort. It includes roundtrip international business class air from Los Angeles, inter-island air and a VIP welcome upon arrival, seven nights in a One Bedroom Villa, all meals and most beverages, one spa treatment per day per villa, an excursion per day per guest, laundry services and complimentary Internet access. It starts at $15,000 per person and is valid for travel from July 1, 2014 to September 30, 2014.

To book your stay, please call 866-584-2336 or visit Tahiti.com to request your consultation.

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