Vanuatu Hotel Reviews
Listed below are totally impartial Vanuatu hotel reviews. Unlike other web sites, only those travellers who have actually booked through us and stayed in these hotels, guesthouses, resorts, and bungalows are asked to provide feedback, so the information provided is guaranteed to be from genuine travellers.
Very personal and attentive and a place and people of great charm- 02 Aug 2011, Mr Geoffrey E.
Fantastic site and welcoming hosts. I'd highly recommend Epi Island Guesthouse.- 01 Aug 2011, Mr Wayne P.
Great owners, who provided helpful tips for things to see in Vanuatu and helping to make the most out of that holiday. Accommodation is in a nice tropical setting with a communal area and a swimmingpool to cool off on a hot day. Rooms are simple, practical and clean and suited us very well. Only 10 min walk into town. Overall - I would recommend this accommodation to anyone who looks for a good budget accommodation.- 05 Nov 2011, Mrs Ina S.
Janelle and Jack are fantastic hosts, know Vanuatu very well, and are great about helping book activities/accomodations on Efate or other islands.- 29 Oct 2011, Mr Todd E.
A really beautiful and well kept resort. Ann is very helpful and friendly. More formal than Oyster Island. Great service, staff, food. Not heaps to do around the island (diving is great from Luganville) but perfect for some chill out time.- 23 May 2011, Ms Juliet B.
Nothing to say, excellence in all areas.- 30 Mar 2011, Mr John M.
I cannot fault Chantilly's. The staff were beyond fantastic; helpful, friendly, and nothing was too much trouble. It was clean, modern and close to town.- 03 Apr 2010, Mrs Christy v.
Lovely people, warm and friendly - the heart of the Vanuatu experience. Hotel was clean, spacious, cool, comfortable. Facilities were great. Would have been perfect if toilet hadn't blocked :)- 01 Mar 2012, Ms Alisa W.
No comment- 20 Jan 2012, Ms SAMINA K.
A most enjoyable stay with gracious hosts.- 31 Aug 2011, Mr John W.
We were very happy with our accomodation & would love to stay there again.- 27 Jul 2011, Mrs Rosemary C.
rustic accomodation....perfectly suited to the island....just as we expected !!!!- 22 Sep 2011, Ms tricia g.
This was a fantastic place to stay. Staying in an open air traditional fare was a wonderful experience. It's obviously not intended to be a luxury resort, but in my opinion, was better.- 24 Aug 2011, Mr Gerard M.
No comment- 10 Jan 2012, Mr Nicholas B.
As it says on the blurb- had a great relaxing few days to 'chill' out.- 30 Dec 2010, Mr James R A W.
best place to stay in Port Villa, look up Carlos he is such an asset to have localy- 23 Feb 2012, Mr ronald s.
it was smaller than expected and not much storage space for clothing.it would help if you had a full length mirrow on one of the walls also.- 14 Jan 2010, Mr gerald h.
A cute little resort with great service. Huts are not directly on the beach front but set in lovely gardens. huts are a little dated but spacious and private. As there are only about 10 rooms it can feel a little too quiet in the restaurant but the food is yummy. On par with the rest of Vanuatu the prices are about Aussie equivilent ($20-30 for dinner). The staff are super friendly and helpful, particularly Ben in the bar. Apparently an upgrade of accom is planned. The beach isn't a lovely sandly thing (no where in Vanuatu really is) but it's fine for chilling out on. Snorkelling is OK (better at Hideaway, but you can do a day trip there as Paradise Cove is a nicer resort). It's quite far from the town and a taxt there/back is about 1500 vatu (I think). if you want to be near other hotels/bars then better to stay in town.- 23 May 2011, Mrs juliet b.
I loved my stay at Paradise Cove Resort - it was exactly waht I was looking for. The only quirk which is worth noting is that this is the first beach hotel/resort where beach towels are not provided (but are available for purchase), and I wonder if this should be mentioned when booking.- 21 Nov 2009, Ms Karen B.