With the warmth of our famous Cook Island greeting, Kia Orana, we at Club Raro Resort welcome you to our little piece of 'tropical paradise'. Come discover what others are raving about. Lose yourself in our spectacular ocean views and sunsets. Indulge in delicious meals and mouthwatering cocktails. Discover the many nearby beaches with their awesome snorkeling. Explore the main township of Avarua... and through it all, you will continue to relax because true paradise will "never" break your budget.

Derek Webb - 
General Manager

 
 
 



Looking for ideal South Pacific tropical island holiday accommodation in the Cook Islands? Well Club Raro Resort is conveniently situated on the Northern Coast of Rarotonga, the main island in the Cooks. Located just 2.5km from Rarotonga International Airport and 1.5km from the main township of Avarua with its shops, banks, restaurants and bars means less time spent traveling and more time to holiday. Our location combines easy access to Avarua and the airport with the beauty of the South Pacific tropical island lagoonfront setting that the Cooks is renowned for. Club Raro Resort is set amongst beautiful winding mosaic pathways, swaying palms and tropical island gardens. Add our local weather and you have a warm, friendly and relaxing atmosphere to put you in the holiday mood…



The mosaic pathway leads onto the fresh water swimming pool and bar; sun/sand decks and alfresco dining area which boast magnificent views of the 'sparkling lagoon and majestic South Pacific ocean by day' and  'tropical sunset by night'. Here you can enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the swim up pool bar or take advantage of our daily happy hour from 5 to 7pm and all day Saturday. Club Raro Resort offers something for everyone: happy hours by the pool; games of tennis, table tennis and pool; and the opportunity to just relax on one of our 3 sun/sand decks or around the swimming pool. Our commitment to you is to give you the 'South Pacific tropical island paradise holiday of your dreams' and the opportunity to 'arrive as a guest and leave as a friend'.