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The Brando, French Polynesia, the late Marlon Brando

As part of the late Marlon Brando's goal to build a carbon neutral resort, half the property is powered by solar energy while the balance of power is produced by a biofuel thermal power station fueled by coconut oil.

In photos: Marlon Brando's luxurious French Polynesia retreat

AFP Relax NewsJuly 2, 2014

A decade after his death, "Godfather" star Marlon Brando's dream of building a luxurious, eco-friendly haven in French Polynesia has come true, with the doors to The Brando opening this week. Set on the private atoll of Tetiaroa, 30 miles north of Tahiti, the eco-friendly resort offers guilt-free luxury accommodations. Click through for a virtual tour of the resort.