A deal has been reached in French Polynesia to settle a strike at the Intercontinental Hotel Moorea.
The strike had been launched in August by the union O Oe Te Oe Rima over demands that four sacked employees be reinstated.
The four had been dismissed after a female employee reported that she had been raped by them months earlier. Despite being questioned by police, no charges have been laid.
Their dispute with the hotel is now with the Employment Court.
Local media say the settlement provides for regular meetings between the union and the hotel management to discuss employment terms.
Local television said with 80 percent of staff on strike, the hotel is believed to have incurred losses of $US2 million.
Last month, two women's organisations in French Polynesia hit out at the union over its demands.