Warwick Le Lagon Resort Vanuatu
Featuring a total of 142 rooms and suites, the Warwick Le Lagon is a large and busy resort overlooking Erakor Lagoon. There are only 4 Island Suites (overwater bungalows) here, and those are overhanging into the lagoon with entrances on a peninsula, so they aren’t the classic rooms-on-stilts experience. Still, this is a popular 4-star resort that is big with families, so it’s ideal for the right kind of visitors.
There are all-inclusive meal options plus a very long list of included activities, making this a better value than it might otherwise seem. Another benefit is that it’s only a 15-minute drive into Port Vila itself, so those who prefer a wider range of food options (or cheaper ones) will have many choices.
The Warwick Le Lagon Resort Vanuatu is located on the Erakor Lagoon in the town of Port Vila on the southwestern coast of the main island of Vanuatu in the South Pacific.
4 Island Suites
Beds: 1 kingsize
Area: 549 sq ft (51 m²)
Wi-Fi: No (Internet in hotel lobby)
Entertainment system: 2 satellite TVs, DVD player, and CD player
Room service: Available 10am to 10pm
Special room features
- Separate shower and heated spa bath
- Fully stocked minibar
- Tea & coffee making facility
- Logo bath amenities
- Iron & ironing board,
- Hair dryer
- Clock radio
- Direct international dial phone
- In room safe
Rates for Island Suites not available. Other rooms range from US$250 to US$400 per night.
Restaurants and bars
- Lagoon Terrace Restaurant
- Wild Ginger – Asian Fusion Restaurant
- Pool Grill
- Pool Bar
- The Lobby Bar
- Two tennis courts
- Activities Center – Table Tennis, Push Bikes & Pool Table
- Canoes and kayaks
- Swimming pools – Adults & Kids
- 12-hole golf course with a Driving Range & Practice Green
- Fully Equipped Gym
- Kids’ Club
The Oasis Spa has four treatment rooms with private open-air balconies, providing full-service luxury treatments of all kinds.
- Shopping and city tours
- Island Tour
What the reviews say
The reviews for the Warwick Le Lagon Resort are generally very positive, though there are a few minor complaints. Generally the location and resort itself get very high marks, as does the long list of included non-motorized activities. The food is well liked, though some complain the prices are on the high side and that you should go into town instead.
The Kids’ Club seems to be very busy and the resort caters to families. Some find the staff to be a bit slow moving, but that’s the case at many resorts in the South Pacific so it’s not unique to this place.
To reach the Warwick Le Lagon Resort Vanuatu you’ll need to fly to Bauerfield International Airport in Vanuatu. From there you’ll have a wide choice of ground transportation for the 8-kilometer ride to the resort itself.