In ThanksGiving 2019, my wife and I flew to Tahiti to spend 4 nights in Moorea and another 4 nights in Bora Bora. Expected Bora Bora to be more exotic so elected to stay in Moorea first. Moorea can be reached from Papeete by ferry but we booked a flight on Air Tahiti to get there (since we had to fly to Bora Bora anyway, the incremental cost to fly to Moorea was small).
We contacted the hotel and arranged transportation from the airport to the hotel. Wasn't cheap (nothing is cheap in Tahiti) but not too bad since we decided not to rent a car. The car was waiting for when we landed and collected our luggage.
We had booked a (Premium) Lanai room but got upgraded to suite upon checkin. We stayed in room 303. There was a proper living room and a separate king bed room. Our living room backed out onto one of their small lagoons. It wasn't over water but only a few yards from the water.
It wasn't too far from the main lobby or the restaurants. A little bit of a walk to the pool and main beach area. But certainly near the facilities.
This is what our room looked like from the lagoon.
The TV was shared between the bedroom and the living room, we had to swing it to see it from where we wanted. The facilities were decent with twin sinks, separate shower and tub. Wasn't posh but serviceable. Internet connection was 9.4 MB down and 1.3 MB up.
One day we rented a kayak one day and went around the lagoon, which was nice but there were some (seemingly to us novices) strong current so be careful. We also took a jeep tour of the island, which was nice.
There was a strike at the hotel while we were there but most of the services were operational. Breakfast was nothing compared to what you get in South East Asia. We also had a couple of meals at the restaurant by the pool: service wasn't quick but the food was ok.
There was a corner shop up the street from the hotel where we were able to get bottled water and snacks. And a decent restaurant (Holy Steak House) nearby so we weren't confined to the hotel by any means.
One interesting (perhaps) unique thing was a dolphin sanctuary on site. In fact, we could see the show right from our living room, no need to actually go there.
In terms of muslim friendliness, the flooring was hardwood throughout, so a little hard on on the knees and ankles unless you put a towel under the prayer mat. No problem in getting direction for the qibla from the app. The bathroom sink height was decently friendly for wudo (washing before prayer), neither too high nor too low. There were vegetarian selections at the restaurants. And plenty of seafood selection.