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Koulnoue Village
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Reviewed 30 January 2011

We have arrived late at this hotel around 11pm, we were exciting to be in New caledonia and my boyfriend have kept a bottle of champagne for the occasion. but in the room there was no corkscrew so we went to the front desk and ask for it, but employees were so surprise about our question then, they decided to call the manager and this guy did refused our request, and said it was forbidden to have a bottle of champagne in our room.I wanted to say to this guy if you read this message, you are a shame for the French people ( I am one) and this absolutly not customer service that you have provided this night.New caledonia is REALLY far away and extremely expensive so I think it was an exceptional occasion for us to drink this champagne.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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22  Thank petcal007
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Reviewed 27 October 2010

Stayed at the old Club Med - Koulnoue Village for three nights. There were four of us in the room, including out 20 month old son. The location was great and there are lots of activities (though some of them are dated!). Right off the beach (not a great beach sand wise, but quite nice just the same) there was a reef with some dececnt snorkelling, and the grounds are huge and smack in the middle of a coconut plantation - so there was plenty of room for our son to run around. Right next door to the hotel reception is a farm where you can visit with the little ones for free - he really enjoyed this! There are bikes (one with a child seat), tennis, mini golf (though very dated), a driving range and kayaks. The scenery in the region is great. Be sure to cross the Bac de Ouanimine and drive to the Cascade de Tao. If you're fit the hike to the waterfall is superb. Only downside is the fact that the only meal option is a buffet, priced at 3750 XPF, and there is nothing close by. We brought supplies for breakfast in our room and took along a disposable BBQ for diner one evening. The rooms are currently priced at 14750 XPF, which is not bad for the value when compared with other hotels in New caledonia.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled with family
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1  Thank Jasonhigdon
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Reviewed 26 August 2009

The hotel is a collection of hexagonal bungalows arranged in lovely sea-side grounds around a central restaurant and administration complex.

If you are a family looking for a quiet, pleasant resort with activities for the kids it is probably wonderful. All we wanted was a reasonable place to sleep for a reasonable price, so I saw it through different eyes. Unfortunately it is the only hotel of any acceptable standard any where near Hienghene. The hotel is about 15 minutes drive from the town.

The bed was OK and so was the bungalow. Tea and coffee-making facilities were provided and the TV had several French-only channels.

The grounds were superb and the deer wandering around in the morning were a nice touch. As a room for the night, rather than as a resort, the price of XPF12495 (AU$180,US$150) was very expensive for the quality. The only dinner choice is the smorgasbord for another XPF3675 per person; that would have added an extra AU$106 to our bill. Breakfast is a further XPF1785 per person. As a result we made our own meal arrangements.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Stayed: April 2018, travelled with family
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