Ramada Hotel & Suites Noumea4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We were on the 16th floor room 1163 the Apartment was comfortable with large deck outdoor furniture and beautiful sea view. We chose to self cater 6 nights out of 7 and enjoyed grocery shopping at Simply and Casino Supermarkets. Kitchen well appointed with convection combination microwave,dish washer ,two hot plates,fridge/freezer,washer/dryer plus a drying rack to use on the deck. We enjoyed the Parisan breakfast in the Sports Bar a good variety and friendly Staff. The Front desk Staff led by Ugatai were all helpful,smiling and friendly. Close walk to beach,restaurants and to catch the bus.
We stayed here and ended up in the middle of a cyclone Cook which was a first for us, the staff were great and kept us informed at all times.This place is dated but clean and close to the beach,shops,restaurants,supermarkets and public transport, these are all in easy walking distance. The staff here are very friendly and helpful, Anna in the bar was great and gave us information on place's to go and see, she always had a smile on her face and greeted you with a bonjour even if you were just passing through. The staff at reception were very helpful and a big thank you to Stephan for keeping us up to date with the cyclone and sorting out our accommodation when or first lot of flights were cancelled, and when our room was flooded due to the cyclone. Once again thanks for making our stay memorable
Bar in hotel have happy hour so we have large number of groups sitting in the front car park and drink very loud at around 2am ant get enough sleep and the staff are not friendly at all was a good experience but will not do business with them again
We booked an executive suite over Wotif and it was good value.... a bedroom for the kids and one for us, with king bed (pity there was no lock on the door though!). The best attribute was that it was spacious, with large lounge and generous balcony, plus a small kitchen. Though we booked a racecourse ('Lagoon') view got a suite on the side so we actually had partial views inland and out to sea. The place need some serious maintenance (balcony door didn't lock, peeling paint etc) and there a few weird things....like the toilet... no fan and no window and in the centre of the suite so if you are going to leave a smell everyone will know about it (and they did). And the toilet paper. Why, why, why do you have to pivot 270 degrees to access it! (I've even included a photo of it). Just relocate the roll holder please! Functional kitchen, but no bread knife (come on, this is France!) or tea-towels, only basic cutlery. Watch your head doing the dishes (which is probably why the cleaners don't do them). In house restaurants: see my separate review of the Sports Bar (terrible) and the revolving restaurant was fun for the kids because it revolved (!) though the food (especially the desserts) was average. There are better locations in Anse Vata, closer to the beach and the action, but for a family of 4 this was an OK place to base yourself .... if you can get a reasonably priced deal.
Helpfull staff who are very friendly, very patient and very informative. A very relaxed atmosphere. The hotel is located 5 minutes walk away from the beach, shops and resturants. The hotel was clean, neat and quiet. The room was serviced twice during our 7 night stay which was good, however the consumables in the bathroom didnt get restocked. This was ok with us, we would ask reception on our way back from touring Noumea for the day. The hotel sports bar is well stocked with drinks and a selection of meals. The breakfast was geat aswell. The revolving resturant has great views, with a very limited menu for lunch. We did not have a booking and where able to be easily seated. The television had 22 channels, four of them from Australian which was fantastic. Thumbs up. The rooms have a split system air conditioner which will only work when you insert the room key into the slot next to the front door, this is ok, but it is very nice to come back to a cool room after a day out. Possible improvement required. Thankyou Ramada Hotel and Suites Noumea for having us.
This hotel is set on the Anse Vata side of the island, the views are overlooking the race course our the sea, we booked the Anse Vata view which gave us a large balcony and views to both the bay and the racecourse. The room was large, with a very comfortable separate bedroom which leads on to the ensuite bathroom, this is a little small and has a bath and shower. The lounge area was large and had a dining table and chairs, the kitchen is proportional and had convection microwave oven. I did find myself bumping my head on the extractor fan when I was washing dishes etc. outside there was a huge balcony with an outdoor setting, it was a little old and battered but served it purpose. The are two air cons one in the bedroom and one in the lounge, we found these a little hit and miss, I don't know what it was but we would wake up cold and again late sweating, might be my age LoL! The TV did not work properly, someone had set a parental lock on the channels but it never bothered us as we did none want to sit and watch TV anyway. Cleaning was a bit hit and miss each day, but there was a strike on one day which may have messed up the sequence, management delivered fresh towels and kept us informed which was very nice. Being on the Western side of this round building meant we had the best sunsets, if you get to stay here try and ask for rooms on this side. Downstairs there is a nice little pool, with a beach / sand set up, the sports bar overlooks the pool and this was a beat place to be on Paddies Night, great band on and very popular place to have a drink and a feed. During the day getting served seemed to be an issue, one lady looked like she was on duty and the other about to come on duty, but even though I had to go to the bar the second lady never served me even though she was behind the bar, with only me standing there, they changed shifts I presume and them she served me. The reception was fantastic, these guys really stood out, there was always someone who could speak English, they made a few calls to Aircalin for us and above everything else they came up with solutions for a broken Rod Holder to enable me to fly back home and not damage my fishing rods, well done guys. Something to note about the local area around the hotel, you have to follow the road at the back of the hotel (racecourse side) to get to the beach so only a short walk, the best drinking hole was LEntrave, good prices, great selection, but we found the food on this side of the island very boring, with the exception of LeRoof. If you turn right you will pass a wine shop, they have some good wines. There are two shops to purchase milk etc, and it does not matter which way you walk there is one each way. This is a good place to stay, great views, and a very comfortable walk to the best places to eat and drink around the bay at Citron Bay. Enjoy.
I had to fly in and out from Vanuatu for a sales trip, and Ramada Noumea proved to be a very pleasant experience throughout. Airport transfers were on time and very comfortable. Air con on point! :D The 1 bedroom apartment I stayed in offered quite a stunning view, with full facilities and comfort. Lovely service at the reception, and a comfy lobby to spend any waiting time. The Sports Bar makes for a great breakfast lounge, and a relaxing area for catching up with work colleagues. I'd suggest they invest in some mosquito repellent products however, as I donated a tad too much during my visits :) I only dined for breakfast and the occasional lunch, but I was very pleased with my experiences. They have a lovely pool right ahead of the bar, but regretfully I didn't bring my togs. So it was a miss on this occasion. We had a pleasure of meeting some of the management during our dining experiences, who were quite welcoming. I'd thoroughly recommend staying here, and wish to thank The Ramada once again for the kind room upgrade that was provided. It was deeply appreciated. Until next time!
The room was ok, the bathroom doors had absorbed water, it was blown and did to open easily. The paint and concrete on the balcony had peeled and was spalling. Otherwise it was basic and nice, though apparently Hilton and some of the surrounding hotel were cheaper.
Stayed there for a week on work trip We took a 2 bedroom apartment. The apartment itself was quite big with great views of the ocean front and pool. Next and clean place although we never could figure out why the air conditioning never would cool the room enough. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. It has a revolving restaurant on top of the building with great views but the food in the restaurant was a big big let down
Took an hour of seeing nothing of any significance to arrive at the hotel. Check in was ok. Some staff though seemed to lack motivation or knowledge to assist with any enquiries of local things to do. Room was "tired", toilet lid chipped, clothes line over tub didn't work, air conditioning was broken and needed to be repaired. Children were given a temporary room in the new higher up room till theirs was fixed as well. ( that was a nicer room) Don't ask about a tea towel or a paper towel as no one knows what it is. It seemed that shampoos etc were " rationed" as often not replenished so that if you used the pools, which was nice, collect some extras from the reception on the way back. And as was their WiFi too, limited to 24 hours with a download volume 250MB. Yes MBs..! A convenience shop down the street, turn right at the driveway and to the end and across.You will get everything to baguette, wine and yes, lol, handee towels. Local market $1500.00 Francs in a taxi.Excellent for fresh fruits & veggies with an excellent cafe / bar nearby to wait for the taxi. Do ask them to collect you from inside as they don't wait very long for you to come out so if they don't see you, they drive off. Le Roof restaurant over the water is an excellent dinner spot with baby sharks and birds giving you a spectacular show There are other shops around with a lovely Pizza & Pasta place, see Yvette an excellent member of staff to help you select their offerings. Be aware, chicken has to be specifically specified as chicken ONLY!!!! Overall, Noumea was too much hard work to get to do anything or enjoy if you could get over the sulkiness, language & Francs. Personally, I would rather go back to Fiji anytime.
Ramada Hotel & Suites Noumea is located within a mile (2 km) of Aquarium des Lagons and Grand Casino. This 4-star hotel has 125 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. It's also near Maitre Pier and Noumea Harbour.
This hotel serves as home to a steakhouse, which has ocean views and specializes in French cuisine, along with a sports bar. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 125 air-conditioned rooms feature balconies, microwaves, and refrigerators. 32-inch plasma TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Coffee makers, safes, and phones are other standard amenities.
Ramada Hotel & Suites Noumea features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available on request) for XPF 3000.00 per person one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 6 meeting rooms, and a conference center.
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63% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 230 reviews