I just got back from my honeymoon this past Sunday. First stop was Sheraton Moorea (check out my trip report sometime next week for rest of the trip; also can i post a link on here for kodak easy share?). Anyway, since everyone here was so helpful before our trip, I wanted to share some recent incidents at Sheraton. We stayed there for 4 nights and for 2 nights they upgraded us (SPG members and didn't even ask) to overwater from beach bungalow. Well we rented a car on the day they were switching our rooms and left the bags there to be moved as they suggested. Came back and while all the bags were there, my wife's wallet was stolen from inside her purse. The wallet had no money (about $20) or passports, just driver's license and credit cards. After spending over an hour making sure it wasn't in any other luggage we went to front desk and found another couple who had their purse stolen from their deck the day before. They however had $3000 in it. General manager wasn't helpful and quite rude at first. He felt insulted that we would accuse his employees even though noone else had access to the room or the bags. We're taken to police station to file report and discovered that this was Sheraton's 6th theft incident in the past 6 weeks. Police thought seriously enough of it to send 3 cops to interview hotel employees (Moorea has 10 cops total). No wallet was found and no charges were made to the credit cards. After meeting privately with the manager and explaining to him how unprofessional he was during this ordeal, he appologized and refunded us 2 nights but for the rest of our stay there we couldn't relax and refused to let them clean the room without being in it. We may have over-reacted but we had a bad taste in our mouth and didn't know who we could trust. It took away from an otherwise wonderful hotel. So this post is not meant to discourage you against Sheraton but rather is cautionary tip for your stay there.