We found this resort to be friendly, clean and relaxing. Here are a few tips that you need to remember while you are there. People talk about "Vanuatu time" and the staff there are always on that time. They are the most friendly people, but we are used to being served in a small amount of time. When you order a drink or your lunch by the pool, don't look at your watch otherwise you will think they have forgotten your order. After a couple of days, you start to chillout and you don't worry about it. The food at the snack bar near the pool is more reasonably priced. Breakfast was great.The dinner buffet is too expensive (whether you get the food deal or not) and the food is very averge and not a large selection even though they change the variety every night. The Wild Ginger restaurant nice. Food was great but when the restaurant gets heavily booked, the staff and chefs lose the plot. Pick a quiet night. The other place to eat at night is the restaurant on Erakon Island. Catch the little ferry at end of the resort over. no charge if you eat at the restaurant. Good deal for families 2,500VATU this includes garlic bread, main and dessert providing you are seated and have ordered before 6pm. The last night of our trip we ate there and it was busier than the other 2 nights, they took 25 minutes to take our order and the waiter looked at his watch (it was 5.55pm) and said I don't know if this order will make it in time. We said to him we have been sitting here since 5.30pm!! His reply "Ok then". The food was just brilliant especially the calamari, it melted in your mouth. We had our 3 yr old nephew on our trip and he used the Kids club, he loved it. We stayed in the superior lagoon view rooms and they were a little small but ok for this holiday. Take some games or your own dvd player if you plan to keep the older kids happy. The TV there is not that good really. Take a good book instead! We got a really good deal going to this resort, yes we would stay here again, probably in another style of room. The resort was not really busy most of the time we were there so we all found it really relaxing, a great place to unwind! Take the kyak or hoby cat across the lagoon that was sensational.Don't exchange any money in Australia but rather in Port Vila instead much better exchange rate.. Not a lot of variety of shopping in Port Vila but still nice place to walk around. The taxi at the resort is the quickest way to get into town. About 700VT one way, but if there are no cruise ships in at Port Vila they will come back and pick you up if you arrange it with them. Avoid Port Vila when cruise ships are in the place becomes chaotic!! Cascade falls a must do!
Resort was just lovely. Cocktails by the pool was the highlight!!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Warwick Le Lagon - Vanuatu is situated on 75 acres of exotic tropical gardens on the edge of the pristine Erakor Lagoon. Promising some of the finest accommodations in Vanuatu, Warwick Le Lagon - Vanuatu is the ideal place for your Vanuatu Holiday. The resort offers 140 guest rooms ranging from classic rooms, garden & lagoon superior rooms, garden and lagoon bungalows, to four luxurious over-water island suites. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa, Vanuatu Hotel Port Vila
- Warwick Le Lagon Resort And Spa, Vanuatu
- Le Lagon Hotel Vanuatu
- Vanuatu Le Lagon
- Le Lagon Vanuatu Resort
- Lagon Le Resort Vanuatu
- Le Lagon Port Vila
- Port Vila Le Lagon
- Warwick Le Lagon - Vanuatu Port Vila