Nautilus Resort, Rarotonga
Cook Islands resort Nautilus is offering Luxury Travel readers exclusive extras when they book using the code LUXTRAVELAUST
Nautilus Resort is pure South Pacific beachfront luxury on Rarotonga’s white-sanded Muri Beach.
Just 20 minutes from Rarotonga’s international airport, this 4.5-star resort offers water sports of every kind right on your doorstep including free kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and snorkelling equipment.
The Nautilus beachfront award winning Pacific-Rim restaurant overlooks an infinity pool from its terraces and features a fusion of Polynesian and European cuisines, using local seasonal ingredients, and produce, with an emphasis on fresh harvests from Pacific waters.
Relaxation Retreat Offer
Our Relaxation Retreat offer includes complimentary spa treatments plus a fruit platter and a bottle of wine* for immediate stays until 31 November 2017 and is exclusively available to Luxury Travel readers. Your choice of Polynesian inspired one, two or three bedroom villas each come with a private salt-water plunge pool, air conditioning, luxurious bathroom and kitchenette
Our retreats of 5 or 7-night stay will enjoy The Polynesian Spa, a purpose-built tranquility cluster of beautiful indoor rooms and tropical open-air courtyards where Thalgo trained staff offer a range of traditional and western influenced product treatments.
*Relaxation Retreat Special Luxury Travel Magazine Offer:
- Stay 5 nights and receive fruit platter & bottle of wine, PLUS a couple's 60min massage (value $270.00)
- Stay 7 nights and receive fruit platter & bottle of wine, return airport transfers, PLUS Thalgo Body Ritual (value over $500.00)
Booking Ref: LUXTRAVELAUST. Valid for bookings for stay period 1 May – 30 November 2017.
T&C: only available on new bookings
For reservations and enquiries online:
P: +61 415764078
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Weather to go
The Cook Islands have two seasons, dry and wet, but the temperature only varies about 4 degrees Celsius between seasons. From November to April (or May) the rainy season brings afternoon storms, and occasional cyclones although extreme ones are rare. During the winter months from June to October, average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius, with the more northern Cook Islands generally being warmer than those south.