RED HIBISCUS VILLAS
Enjoy the peace and natural beauty of inland garden living, while being close to town and beaches. Relax into tropical nature all around: Help yourself to passion fruit, pawpaw, and bananas on the property; watch the butterflies on the flowers, the dragonflies drinking from the pool; and soak up the quiet. Swim in the full-sized pool, tan on the deck, and BBQ in the covered area at the end of the pool deck. Set on the lower slopes of a Rarotonga mountain, your villa gives you glimpses of the sea from the front and views of the mountain from the back.
Free parking on site but is on a first-come, first-served basis
Please request a car parking space during your booking
Linen as well as bathroom and beach towels are supplied
Outdoor Dining Area
Private outdoor dining area
A washing machine is supplied, plus a communal drying line
Each cottage has its own drying line and pegs for towels
Shared Pool & BBQ Area
Relax by our full-sized shared pool while enjoying the quiet garden
Covered area alongside pool with shared BBQ
Wifi is available throughout the entire property at an extra charge
Villas – Functional kitchenette
All cooktop items are supplied
House – Full kitchen
Gas stove, full-sized oven, and microwave
Fans / Air Conditioning
Air conditioning is in each villa as well as the bedrooms of the house
Where there is no aircon, fans are provided for those rooms
Flat-screen TVs provided
For Full List of Amenities See Reservations
Check-in & Checkout
Check-in is 2pm, Checkout is 10am. Early check-in and late checkout are subject to availability and may incur additional costs. Please contact us with your requests.
Booking and Payment Policy
All reservation requests are subject to confirmation. Children are welcome. Children under 2 are free of charge. Children above the age of 2 are charged full rate.
A deposit of 30% of the booking total is required to secure a booking, which will be charged 24 hours after receipt of the reservation. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and direct credit payments to either a New Zealand or a Cook Islands bank account. Full payment will be charged 30 days before arrival.
- Notice of cancellation must be received by email to email@example.com
- Cancellations made 30 days or more from arrival will be charged the deposit amount plus any processing fees.
- Cancellations made within 29 days of arrival will be charged the full amount of the stay. minus any nights resold.
- No shows and early departure will be charged full amount.
- Covid 19 Amendment – We will waive any amendment or cancellation fees for any new bookings that need to be changed or cancelled due to Government border restrictions.
As unforeseen circumstances can require cancellations to be made, we strongly recommend that guests arrange a suitable degree of travel insurance.
Location & Nearby Attractions
Atupa is an inland village set back approximately 500m from the sea and which gently rises on the lower slopes of one of Rarotonga’s mountains. The road – Ara Metua – in Atupa runs alongside the airport runway and RHV is located on a small, rising cul-de-sac that serves about half a dozen local houses. RHV faces north and is able to take advantage of the sun all day. On the east and west sides are shady trees and the lush mountains can be seen to the south.
There are several activities within easy reach of RHV. Along the Ara Metua, about 750m to the west is is one of Raro’s best beaches – a glorious, sandy beach with public facilities, shade, and the legendary Black Rock. Across the road from this beach is the Rarotonga Golf Club. Visitors are welcome to try their hand at a round on the course, that is notoriously difficult due to the masts – and their guy wires – dotted across the greens. Approximately 100m along the road to the east from RHV is a small dairy for some basic supplies, which is open from 7am to 7pm, 7 days a week.
The Ara Metua to the right from RHV heads towards town and passes the start of the cross-island walk. The vibrant Punanga Nui market – especially on Saturday mornings – with locally-grown produce and handmade crafts is 1km away and a little further along is the centre of town, the tourist information centre, and all the shops and restaurants anyone could want! The Avatiu wharf, situated next to the market, is the best place to find a game-fishing charter and have the opportunity to catch tuna, swordfish, marlin, and other pelagic species.
All around the island there are cafes, restaurants, bars, night markets, and several places, including resort hotels, to hire water sports equipment. Deserted beaches can be found for picnics, beach lazing, great snorkelling, and swimming. There are also opportunities to dive outside the lagoon or learn to dive with any scuba-diving operator.
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