Le Lagon Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Lagon Hotel Noumea
The hotel was new when we've been there, in a very good location, close to minimarket, boulangerie, bus stop at l'Anse Vata Bay.
The hotel was pretty comfortable and silent with a small space where you can arrange something to eat.
I strongly recommend it.
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... back to the rooms at about 3 before happy hour at the Crow’s Nest (my god this cruise is going to kill me). We had 8 cocktails between us- some of which we weren’t charged for and it cost $27 USD. That would buy you about two cocktails in Adelaide! And I can just about guarantee that they wouldn’t be poured the way these guys were pouring. Oh, and remember how I said my breakfast was ten minutes late? Back in my room was a plate of ...
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... Capricorn and the weather is about the same all year long.
Noumea is the capital of New Caledonia and is located on Grande Terre. It is one of the most westernized capitals in the Pacific Islands. The city has a population of around 100,000 including the Kanak people who are indigenous to the islands. Unlike the US and Australia, the Kanaks were not confined to reservations.
The Australians arrived looking for gold in 1854, ...
Before reaching our next port in New Caledonia, the ship had another formal ball (the "White Ball"). (There are a total of nine formal ...
... way up to a lookout at the very top of Noumea which gave us great views of the stunning coastline and little inlets that are scattered around Grand Terre and it's port. We had time enough here to snap a few photos and have a wonder around and then it was back onto the train for the next stop. We continued alpong a coastal road down through a 'posh' part of Noumea where colonial houses line the streets. The guide seemed very envious of the people living ...