Food & Beverage
The ship accommodates three well-appointed restaurants, serving a combination of French Polynesian and Continental cuisine. L'Etoile is regarded as the main restaurant, boasting a French-based menu infused with Polynesian characteristics, as well as a comprehensive selection of light, healthy and vegetarian dishes. Guests can opt between open-seating or private tables surrounded by rich mahogany and pearwood furnishings. La Veranda boasts superb floor-to-ceiling windows and indoor and alfresco dining, making it the ideal location for breakfast and lunch, while at night, La Veranda transforms into a French bistro. The poolside Le Grill is a sophisticated, yet casual restaurant serving a buffet by day and grill cuisine by night. In addition, there is 24-hour room service and daily afternoon tea, including sandwiches, cakes and fresh scones.
Relaxation & Education
There is daily entertainment with performances at La Palette (also transforming into a disco after 11pm), The Piano Bar and the Grand Salon. The Troupe of Gauguins (part staff, part entertainers) are ever-willing to assist, inform and delight, introducing Polynesian culture as they go. Part of the ship's itinerary includes a call at the private motu (or tiny tropical island) for an entire day of uninterrupted relaxation. Basking in the sun on a private Pacific Ocean island, guests enjoy lunch, an open-bar and numerous water-based activities.