At the Chateau Royal Beach Resort you can start your morning off with a swim down at the lagoon, all you have to do is grab your towel and walk out the front door! If you're feeling hungry there are three restaurants that feature a full buffet breakfast, international cuisine and beverages while overlooking the pool and beach. Staying at the Chateau Royal Resort you’re not far away from the action at all, in fact, you're within walking distance from many recreational and leisure activities. Noumea City has a vibrant French European presence that invites you to attend local markets, get in touch with your sense of fashion, and treat your taste buds to some French delicacies. Noumea will give you a taste of France as it is home to some of the most appetising cheeses, wines, chocolates, and international meals options. If you are looking to get fit and active there is an on-site gym where you can use the fitness facilities, tennis courts, and treat yourself to a range of day spa treatments afterwards. Why not explore the emerald waters of the Anse Vata Bay (Baie de l’Anse Vata) by a glass bottom boat, Jet Ski, Kayak or private boat.

Chateau Royal Beach Resort & Spa - Noumea Package

Fully Inclusive Private Tour

Duration : 8 DAYSPrice : FROM $1760Country : NEW CALEDONIA
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At the Chateau Royal Beach Resort you can start your morning off with a swim down at the lagoon, all you have to do is grab your towel and walk out the front door! If you're feeling hungry there are three restaurants that feature a full buffet breakfast, international cuisine and beverages while overlooking the pool and beach. Staying at the Chateau Royal Resort you’re not far away from the action at all, in fact, you're within walking distance from many recreational and leisure activities. Noumea City has a vibrant French European presence that invites you to attend local markets, get in touch with your sense of fashion, and treat your taste buds to some French delicacies. Noumea will give you a taste of France as it is home to some of the most appetising cheeses, wines, chocolates, and international meals options. If you are looking to get fit and active there is an on-site gym where you can use the fitness facilities, tennis courts, and treat yourself to a range of day spa treatments afterwards. Why not explore the emerald waters of the Anse Vata Bay (Baie de l’Anse Vata) by a glass bottom boat, Jet Ski, Kayak or private boat.

Included in the price

  • Return full-service economy airfares to Noumea flying AirCalin including all taxes and checked luggage per person
  • 7 nights accommodation staying in a 1 Bedroom Suite Superior at Chateau Royal Beach Resort & Spa
  • Return airport transfers
  • Buffet breakfast daily
  • Guided Noumea City Orientation Tour
  • BONUS -  Reduced rates - Save over $1,000!
  • BONUS -  Free use of nearby Tennis Court
  • BONUS -  Free WIFI in Lobby, Bars & Restaurants - 250 Mb free per day, per room
  • BONUS - 10% discount dinning at Le Taom Restaurant at Chateau       Royal
  • BONUS - One complimentary glass of Champagne per adult at La Pirogue Restaurant at Chateau Royal
  • BONUS - 2 for 1 Cocktail of the day between 5:00pm-7:00pm at Le Deck at Chateau Royal
  • BONUS - 10% discount on all Spa treatments and on a selection of Spa products at Chateau Royal

Day 1: Australia fly to Noumea

Fly from Australia to New Caledonia. You’ll arrive at Tontouta International airport and make the 45 minute transfer to your hotel in Nouméa. Once settled in, why not get out into the city and try sampling the food? With around 140 world class restaurants and cafes to choose from, featuring food from every region of France, you’ll be spoilt for choice. In Noumea, you will be staying at The Château Royal Beach Resort & Spa, a stunning beach front location, conveniently situated on the white-sanded beach of Anse Vata, facing one of the worlds most beautiful and renowned lagoons. The resort provides luxurious comfort offering 1 or 2 bedroom suites, spacious and equipped with full kitchen. Night at the Chateau Royal Beach Resort & Spa (1-Room Suite Superior with Partial ocean view).

Day 2 to day 7: Noumea

Daily breakfast at Chateau Royal Beach Resort and Spa. Nights at the Chateau Royal Beach Resort & Spa (1-Room Suite Superior).

Day 8: Noumea fly to Australia

Buffet breakfast at your hotel. Leisure by your own before you will be transferred to Tontouta International Airport for your homeward flight.

Nouméa

Nouméa

The capital of New Caledonia, Noumea is a little piece of France in the middle of the Coral Sea. With its French Riviera atmosphere and its luxury boutiques, Noumea deserves this title without a doubt. However, this sprawling city has a thousand other facets that make it the capital of the Pacific, with mixed cultural influences. Founded in 1860, Noumea blends together heritage, entertainment and leisure activities.
LaCity Travel - Traveller Tips for New Caledonia 

GEOGRAPHY: New Caledonia is located 21° South, 165° degrees East, and lies just North of the Tropic of Capricorn. 

VISAS: New Caledonia tourist visa is not required for citizens of Australia for a stay up to 90 days, although you will need to have a return ticket. All passports must be valid for 6 months from the date of the arrival. Some other nationalities may require a visa. For further information please contact the French consulate website or your travel consultant. 

MONEY: 1 AUD = 77.84197 XPF (15/12/2013).As in French Polynesia, the local currency is the French Pacific Franc (CFP or XPF), it is divided into 1,2,5,10,20,50 and 100 Franc coins and 500, 10001 5000 and 10000 Franc notes. All banks, are French. Banks operating in New Caledonia include the Banque National de Paris-NC, Banque Calédonienne d’Investissement, (BCI), Banque de Nouvelle Calédonie, Caisse d’Epargne and Société Générale Calédonienne de banque. Banks are open between 8.30am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday. Most credit cards are accepted (Visa, Mastercard, Eurocard, American Express not always). 

ELECTRICITY: New Caledonia’s power supply is 220/240 volts, 60Hz 1, 3 phases, 2, 3, 4 wires. The two-pin plugs are the most common. 

CLOTHING: Light, summer-style clothes are appropriate with casual but elegant dress for the evenings. In the cooler months, a sweater or light jacket is recommended. 

CLIMATE / WEATHER: New Caledonia enjoys a semi-tropical climate. The warm season extends from September to March with average temperatures of up to 27 degrees Celsius. The green season from April to August, has average temperatures of around 20 to 23 degrees Celsius. 

TIME DIFFERENCE: Local time in New Caledonia is normally one hour ahead of Australian Eastern Standard Time. During the Daylight Saving Time period, the time in New Caledonia remains one hour ahead of Queensland but is then on the same time as New South Wales and Victoria. New Caledonia is 1 hour behind New Zealand time, and 2 hours during the Daylight Saving. 

LANGUAGE: French is the official language but English is widely spoken. There are 30 different Melanesian dialects. A few phrases in French are always welcomed by the locals.  

ACCOMMODATION: All our hotels have been especially selected. New Caledonia offers a vast array of accommodation optionsfrom 5 star hotels, to luxury apartments, to simple rural lodgings and camping sites. 

FOOD / DRINK: There are numerous fine-dining restaurants stressing French cuisine, along with outdoor dining and snack bars. At night, Nouméa comes alive with an array of nightclubs, bars and discos. Over 140 restaurants serve an array of cuisines including French Provincial, Indonesian, Chinese, Italian, West Indian, Mexican, North African and seafood. 

RELIGION: Largely Roman Catholic, then Protestant although such other religions as Mormon, Baha’I, Muslim and Jewish are also represented. 

HISTORY: New Caledonia was settled by the Lapita people about 1500BC, with archeological sites found at Kone and on the Isle of Pines. Captain Cook aboard HMS Resolution, landed in the Bay of Balade on the North-east coast in 1774. He named the archipelago he discovered, New Caledonia in memory of Scotland. In 1853, under the rule of Napoleon III, the island was officially declared French by Admiral Febvrier-Despointes. It became a French Overseas Territory in 1946. During the World War II, New Caledonia became a centre for the US war effort. 

SHOPPING: Thursday in the City markets and the Maison des Artisans are popular places to meet with local artisans and buy their wares. A wide range of French and European goods including high fashion, leather goods, jewellery, perfume and china is available at duty-free prices. Such an extensive range in many shops has led New Caledonia to be known as the Paris of the Pacific. There are about 40 duty-free shops, mainly in the centre of Noumea, offering reductions of up to 30 per cent on regular prices. 

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 
January 1 – New Year's Day
May 1 – French Labour Day
July 14 – Bastille Day
August 15 – Assumption Day
September 24 – New Caledonia Day
November 1 – All Saints’ Day
November 11 – Armistice Day
December 25/26 – Christmas 

POSTAL SERVICES: OPT (Office des Postes et Télécommunications) offices are located throughout New Caledonia. Offices are generally open Monday to Friday from 7.00am to 3.00pm.  

HEALTH: There is no requirement. However, up-to-date vaccinations for diphtheria, tetanus and poliomyelitis are recommended. 

SAFETY / SECURITY: We advise you to exercise normal safety precautions in New Caledonia. Exercise common sense and look out for suspicious behaviour, as you would in Australia. Cyclone season in New Caledonia is from November to April, however, tropical storms and cyclones may also occur in other months. See under Additional information: Natural disasters, severe weather and climate for further information. Local authorities have declared an epidemic of dengue fever and have issued a health alert for another mosquito-borne disease, chikungunya. Local authorities have dengue fever and chikungunya prevention measures in place. 

MEDICAL SERVICES: The central hospital in Noumea is the Centre Hospitalier Territorial (CHT), with regional hospitals in Koumac and Poindimié. There are also a number of private hospitals and clinics. 

AIRLINES
International: New Caledonia’s national airline is Aircalin. Other Airlines serving New Caledonia include Air France, Air New Zealand, Air Vanuatu and Quantas.                   
Domestic: Domestic flights are operated by Air Calédonie with regular services from Nouméa to airfields on the island, Isle of Pines and Loyalty Islands. 

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: La Tontouta (otherwise known as Tontouta International Airport), is 50 kilometres from Noumea. 

TIPPING: None 

TRAVEL INSURANCE: All passengers must have comprehensive travel insurance. You can complete this with LaCity Travel if you wish. Check your Travel Insurance Policy for an Emergency number and details of services to be provided, Carry these details with you. 

Australian Consulate-General
Noumea7th Floor, Immeuble Foch
19 Avenue du Maréchal Foch
Noumea, NEW CALEDONIA 
Telephone (687) 27 24 14
Facsimile (687) 27 80 01
Website www.noumea.consulate.gov.au
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*Prices are in AUD, subject to availability at time of booking and for new bookings only.
The above prices are per person twin-share and valid for travel until 31 March 2018. Limited availability and surcharges apply for travel from 12 December 2017 to 04 January 2018.
Free nights & discounts are already included in costs.All prices are subject to change at any time without notice. Conditions, amendment and cancellation fees apply. Travel insurance is strongly recommended. 

ROOM FEATURES
One Bedroom Suite Standard
Spacious and light filled one-bedroom apartments, boasting lounge, full kitchen, balcony, separate bedroom with ensuite bathroom and overlooking the green hillside of the Ouen Toro /or/ Le Méridien hotel

One Bedroom Suite Superior 
Spacious and light filled one-bedroom apartments, boasting lounge, full kitchen, balcony, separate bedroom with ensuite bathroom and overlooking the green hillside of the Ouen Toro /or/ Le Méridien hotel (depending on availability) with partial sea views from the balcony.

One Bedroom Suite Deluxe
Spacious and light filled one-bedroom apartments, boasting lounge, full kitchen, balcony, separate bedroom with ensuite bathroom and overlooking the lush gardens /or/ the green hillside of the Ouen Toro /or/ Le Méridien hotel (depending on availability), with nice sea views from the balcony.

One Bedroom Suite Prestige

Located right above the beach, these spacious and light filled one bedroom apartments, equipped with lounge, full kitchen, balcony, separate bedroom with ensuite bathroom, boast stunning views over the lagoon and outer islets.

Two Bedroom Suite Superior

Spacious and light filled two-bedroom apartments, boasting lounge, full kitchen, balcony, two separate bedrooms each with ensuite bathroom, overlooking the green hillside of the Ouen Toro, with partial sea views from the balcony.
*Bedding configuration is: king size bed in one bedroom and twin beds in the second bedroom.

Two Bedroom Suite Deluxe
Spacious and light filled two-bedroom apartments, boasting lounge, full kitchen, balcony, two separate bedrooms each with ensuite bathroom, and overlooking the lush gardens /or/ the green hillside of the Ouen Toro (depending on availability), with nice sea views from the balcony.

Two Bedroom Suite Prestige
Located right above the beach, these spacious and light filled two bedroom apartments, equipped with lounge, full kitchen, balcony, two separate bedrooms each with ensuite bathroom, boast stunning views over the lagoon and outer islets.

*Bedding configuration is: king size bed in one bedroom and twin beds in the second bedroom.