There are several levels of lodging available.
The most popular and biggest of the resorts is Le Lagon. It has been in operation for more than 30 years. It provides significant discounts for children, so there are a lot of youngsters visiting during the Australian school vacations.
Iririki Island is a private island located in Port Vila’s harbor. It used to be “adults only,” but since 2006, it has included sections for youngsters. A boat service connects the major downtown area.
The Erakor Island Resort is located on an island in the lagoon near Le Lagon. A free ferry service transports you to and from the island.
Nirvana Resort is the newest addition to Port Vila. Nestled in a peaceful location of Paradise Cove on the island of Efate, just far enough but not too far from the city of Port Vila.
Poppys on the Lagoon is a superb self-contained accommodation located on the beaches of Erakor Lagoon. The resort is intended to benefit from the cooling breezes of the South Pacific trade winds.
Paradise Cove Resort offers direct access to a beautiful coral for snorkeling. It will cost about AU$20 one way to and from Port Vila. It is important to note that nature may infiltrate your home in the shape of ants or spiders.
There are numerous modest guest rooms that price about 2000 VT per night and provide full service while visiting other islands or towns outside of the city (meals, laundry, etc.).
Many of the hotels in Port Vila and Luganville are similarly budget-friendly, with rates starting at about 2000 VT per night. There are many websites that list such hotels.
Friendly Bungalows on Tanna Island is 6 kilometers from Mt Yasur Volcano, on the peaceful, isolated sand beach of Lowelkas Cove, on the other side of the island from the airport.