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Rarotonga’s Favourite Hotel Introduces Unique Seaside Cabana Beach Experience

Muri Beach Club Hotel, Rarotonga’s leading adults only boutique hotel, has this week introduced the Islands’ most unique lagoon side experience, with their new seaside Cabana. Guests can enjoy an ultra-relaxing massage at the hotel’s new open air cabana, which is located right on the famous Muri Lagoon, or a romantic night of private dining. Massage by day, romantic dining by night; just when you thought the Resort could not get any more suited to adults only.
Being only meters from the shore, guests will be graced with the sounds of lightly lapping waves, whilst they drift away with a relaxation massage. Alternatively, if guests plan on popping the question or want to experience a romantic dinner under the stars, the hotel has their needs covered with this new romantic seaside location.
For just NZD$500 the open air cabana is the perfect spot for romance. A romantic setting with flamed tiki torches flickering mere meters from the lapping waves, complete with a private waiter at guests every whim. If choosing to use the Cabana as a dining experience, guests will also be treated to a sumptuous 3 course set menu accompanied by a tantalizing bottle of bubbles and topped off with liquor coffees to end a truly magical Cook Island dining experience.
Couple the above activities with a seven night stay at the Hotel and you’ll instantly receive 25% off your accommodation. With rooms starting now from NZD$389 per night inclusion of tropical breakfast daily, complimentary use of snorkelling equipment and kayaks and an invite to the GM’s weekly cocktail hour, Muri Beach Club Hotel truly is the perfect escape from the pending winter blues.
To check availability and or reserve your cabana experience simply email:
For media enquiries please contact World Resorts of Distinction on P: 07 5524 5222 Email:
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(Source: Muri Beach Hotel Press Release 11 April 2017)

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