Tucked away on Marlon Brando’s very own private island, this lavish resort combines the best of suave experiences with eco-friendly sustainability. Locate on the Tetiaroa atoll, this resort aims to carry out his vision and his legacy. Ideal for an sustainable escape, it’s not only 100% energy independent, but also supports a number of research and conservation initiatives.
One of the world’s most incredible eco-luxury stays, the resort offers 35 private villas located along the coast of Motu Onetahi, set back from the beach for maximum privacy. Carefully designed to create the perfect rejuvenating ambience, the resort also comes equipped with two gourmet restaurants, two hotel bars, a luxurious spa, and an organic fruit orchard and vegetable garden.
Tetiaroa has always been known for its stunning beauty, tranquility and rejuvenation — first for Tahitian royalty and later for Marlon Brando who chose it for his personal sanctuary. The actor was incredibly passional about preserving the island’s natural beauty and gentle culture – the resort is that dream brought to life.
With access provided by private plane, the resort offers carefree luxury in the midst of pristine nature and is a special place of rare biodiversity and a natural sanctuary for birds and marine life.
A pioneering model of sustainable technology, you’ll also find deep seawater air-conditioning, renewable energies such as solar energy and coconut oil, and a scientific research station. Endeavoring to operate exclusively with renewable, non- fossil energy sources drawn from the sea, the sun, and other renewable resources, with no sacrifice to luxury and comfort. With innovative and pioneering technology, the goal for The Brando is to become the first new resort in the world to obtain LEED Platinum certification, the organization’s highest accolade, as new construction in the campus category.
Stunning surroundings, state-of-the-art sustainable facilities and even pampering massages. Talk about dreamy.
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