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Page: Resort Facilities at Worawia for a Memorable Stay

Resort Facilities

For your holiday comfort, Worawia provides various resort facilities and conveniences, all designed to make your stay with us memorable.

Worawia resort offers the following facilities:

Free airport transfers

Bauerfield Airport

When you arrive to Bauerfiled International Airport, just outside Port Vila, we will be waiting for you, whether you arrive early in the morning or late at night. Just make sure that you give us your flight numbers when you book/reserve your holiday bungalow. Our driver will take you to Worawia resort in our air-conditioned mini bus. At the end of your stay, we’ll drive you back to the airport – all at no cost to you.

Courtesy transfer

Check-in reception with guest parking

Upon your arrival to Worawia, our reception staff will sign you in and take you to your reserved bungalow or dorm room. If you choose to hire a car at the Bauerfiled airport and drive yourself to Worawia, you will have a parking space for your hire vehicle at the front of our reception. Our resort security is on duty at night.

Worawia staff at the front desk

Tour booking desk and information brochures stand

When you settle in and relax, you’re welcome to come to reception and peruse various information brochures and pamphlets about sightseeing activities and tours that are available in Vanuatu. Our staff will be there to help you choosing amongst many different options.

Public phone and internet

Swim-up pool bar art

For your convenience, we also provide public telephone, including international telephone and fax facilities. Just ask our reception staff for details and cost. In 2006 an internet kiosk will be available at the resort, and Worawia is now the official Community Postal Agency for Mele and Mele-Maat area, selling postage stamps and post cards. Telecom Vanuatu Ltd. phonecards and public phone booth are also planned for implementation during 2006.

‘Smol Stoa’ convenience store

Convenience store

Upon your arrival, we provide you with some complimentaries in your room or bungalow, such as coffee and tea sachets, some milk and water. But for your other immediate needs, we have a small convenience kiosk with basic food, drinks and hygiene items. There are also various, unique hand-crafted works and souvenir items in the kiosk.

Public bus stop at the front of the resort

Bus stop at Worawia

When you decide to go shopping, to wine and dine, or just simply sightseeing to Port Vila, you can catch a public mini bus right at the resort’s side gate. The buses run approximately every half an hour during the day and less often after hours and on the weekends and public holidays. Worawia is only 5-10 minutes bus ride from Port Vila – about 10kms distance.

’Alice’s Eatery’ and barbecue hut

Resort barbecue hut

If you’re not in the mood to cook or prepare your own meals, your host, Alice, will be happy to prepare them for you – be it a snack, cooked breakfast, or a main meal. We have a variety of choice meals on the menu – just ask beforehand what’s available. There’s also mobile gas barbecue where we can prepare a juicy steak or sausages for you – then serve it in our large BBQ hut with wooden dining tables and seating benches.

Swimming pool with swim-up pool bar

Swimming pool and bar at Worawia resort

For that relaxing drink, you won’t have to go far – our swim-up pool bar has them all, from fruit juices and beer, to colourful cocktails and mixed drinks. And when you want to cool down, be it a morning swim or a refreshing one after a hard day on the beach, you can enjoy the cool waters of our uniquely designed swimming pool for adults and children. Our poolside has luxury sunbeds and tables with chairs and umbrellas and grassed area for the kids to play in sight of their parents.

The authentic Melanesian Feast Night

Buffet-style meals at Melanesian Feast Night

Every Tuesday night, the authentic Melanesian Feast Night is held at our resort’s Feast House. Learn about local customs and origins, watch the local dancers perform for you, and sample the earth-oven prepared buffet-style local cuisine. And you’ll have the opportunity to taste the local kava, which every visitor to Vanuatu should do at least once! Then, join in the fun and music with many guests, who come from other resorts in town, to spend a music, food and dancing filled evening.

Conference or Meeting room

Outdoor seating at Worawia resort

If business has brought you over to Vanuatu, you will be pleased to know that we also have a small conference / meeting room which can be hired at reasonable costs. It’s equipped with flip chart, whiteboard, overhead projector, television and video player, tables and chairs. Suitable for small groups of up to a dozen attendees. Please enquire with us about your requirements. The room also doubles as TV room in the evenings, if you want to catch up on the news.

Child minding services

The nearby beach

Although families like to stay and enjoy sightseeing and other activities together, there might be a time when adults would like to have a night on the town alone. For that occasion, we can provide child-minding service, at a small extra cost. Ask our reception staff about it.

Laundry and ironing services

Likewise, when your “washing basket” fills up and you run out of fresh new clothes, our staff will be happy to help. Laundry and ironing services are available at a small extra cost – just ask any of our staff.

If something’s not listed here, it doesn’t mean it’s not available. So, don’t be afraid to ask if you need something – we might be able to help.

Click here for our Rack Rates, or ask about our Last Minute Specials.





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