Have Your Own Rose Ceremony at the Bachelorette's Tahitian Resort
With just three candidates left, Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky headed to the Le Taha'a hotel in Tahiti with her three candidates, Chris Lambton, Roberto Martinez and Frank Neuschaefer on the latest episode of the Bachelorette on ABC. While the course of true love didn't exactly run smoothly, you can't blame the locale. The beautiful Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa resort is a deeply romantic place to celebrate love. The resort has 48 overwater suites skimming gently above the clear turquoise waters. Viewing platforms set in the floor offer a view of the aquatic life below. The resort features several restaurants including one that overlooks the trees in the garden and another La Plage, located by the pool and beachside.
The hotel has repeatedly been named as one of the top Pacific resorts and is a favorite of honeymooners (Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher just honeymooned there) . To capitalize on all that romance the resort is offering a four-night Bachelorette Package that includes a stay in an overwater bungalow, dinner on the terrace of the suite, a massage for two and more. This package costs $2,650, plus taxes, per couple. Couples can also upgrade the package to include specific experiences seen in the episode like a moonlight dinner on the beach with musical accompaniment or a helicopter flight over Tupai Island and Bora Bora. ABC is also hosting a contest offering a nine-day Tahitian getaway that includes a stay at the Le Taha'a.