Besides providing professional management services for hospitality properties, South Pacific Management provides pre-operational services covering project development and management services, technical, and pre-opening services, and pre-opening procurement and equipping services.
South Pacific Management is celebrating thirty years of providing expertise to hotels, restaurants & spa in the Pacific.
Each new hotel is a unique creation. Our mission is to offer you a comprehensive, bespoke support package for each stage of your project, from creating the hotel’s identity to building and operating it.
Our task is to work with you to create an exceptional destination for unforgettable experiences, but also to convert your hotel concept into a commercial reality. Hotels are a real financial game-changer and they need to be perfectly operated to ensure their long-term profitability.
When you opt for South Pacific Management, you are bringing French expertise into your hotel that has proven its worth time.
Hotel Managed by South Pacific Management :
Manava Suite Resort Tahiti – Manava Beach Resort & Spa Moorea
Sales Representation by South Pacific Management :
Haumana Cruises – Manava Suite Resort Tahiti – Manava Beach Resort & Spa Moorea
Xanana Hotels, Resorts & Spa is the sister company of South Pacific Management. With its 25 years of experience dedicated to representing various luxury hotels located in the South Pacific.
Xanana hotels, resorts & spa offers you to represent and promote luxury hotels out of French Polynesia.
For more information, contact Xavier BESSOU
Sales Representation by Xanana Hotels, Resort & Spa :
Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa – Easter Island, Iririki Island Resorts & Spa
South Pacific Management team members are expert in hotel & tourism management. Not just an operator, South Pacific Management team lies in your comprehensive understanding of real estate investments and an organization’s business model covering :
Our South Pacific Management experts encompasses every aspect of hospitality management such as hotel Sales & Marketing, hotel project construction , hotel management , hotel financial management and hotel human resources management.
We support the sustainable development in French Polynesia.
Our desire is to open hotels in unspoilt, secluded islands depends on our ability to build structures which respect their natural environment, encourage local employment and ensure the present and future well-being of the Polynesian people.
For years, our teams have been making every effort daily to save water, choose new energy sources, use natural and biodegradable cleaning products, recycle waste and treat waste water.
In fulfilling our social and environmental responsibilities, we work side by side with Polynesian associations and businesses who share our aims.
1. To’A Nui initiative: the coral nursery
In 2001, we have been working with a Polynesian company, Espace Bleu, on the first project on such a scale in French Polynesia: the creation of a coral nursery at the Hotel Manava Beach Resort & Spa Moorea.
In conjunction with the above initiatives the Manava Beach Resort Moorea collaborated in 2001 with a marine biologist to install 30 artificial reefs within the lagoon of the hotel under the overwater bungalows. The lagoon of the hotel enables distressed coral colonies to regenerate in perfect ecological conditions. This project has been successfully completed in 2005 and in 2006 due to the tranquil conditions for the fish and coral, combined with the scientific research, environmental care and educational activities. Some educative excursion program linked to the French Polynesian lagoon discovery are offered to our clientele and to the local people to educate them to the concept of “eco-citizen”.
2. TeHonu Tea – partnership with South Pacific Management, Hotels, Resorts & Spa
The situation of turtles in French Polynesia is extremely worrying. All observations have shown that their stock has reduced dramatically over these last years. For example, on Scilly atoll (Manuae), classified as a « complete reserve » and a major egg laying site for a few decades, the number of green turtle females coming to nest had gone down by more than 90% at the beginning of the 90’s. To summarize the situation of turtles in French Polynesia:
This Polynesian NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) is a not-for-profit entity set up in 2001. It is run by volunteers and specialists in maritime and marine animal matters.
Te Honu Tea’s goals are:
Like To’A Nui initiative, South Pacific Management Hotels, Resorts & Spa will offer in its hotels soon and more particularly at le Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort some educative excursion programs linked to the turtles to educate international and local clients.
3. Local Employment
SPM employs local personnel from each of the islands where it is located and actively participates in the development of the island’s economy. Additionally, all the hotels are constructed with local materials such as exotic woods, bamboo and pandanus.
4. Durable goods development
SPM has set the following objectives as priorities: saving rain water, solar water heating, water and paper recycling, the use of ecologically-friendly products and electric cars.
5. New energy for tomorrow
SPM is actively searching for ways to implement photovoltaic and wind energy, paper liners for trash cans, development of coral, as well as plant nurseries and orchards.