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IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO EXPERIENCE THE WARMTH AND WONDER OF THE VANUATU CULTURE, COCOMO IS THE PLACE TO COME.
On the edge of the lagoon, in the middle of Paradise, Cocomo Resort is a smaller resort with the biggest of Vanuatu smiles! Just 5 minutes to downtown Port Vila with the bustling Mama’s Markets, it’s simple to go out and about exploring.
Don’t feel like cooking? Come on over to the Beach Bar Café and sample a Bigfella Breakfast, tender Vanuatu Beef Burger or delight your taste buds with a Lobster Mornay. Enjoy your all-day snack or a la carte dinner in the open air Melanesian Nakamal restaurant or poolside on the sundeck. Or if you want to 'veg' out in your apartment with a DVD, just ring Room Service and the wonderful Beach Bar Café staff will deliver. The Beach Bar Café will also delight little ones with their 'Picanninie Kai Kai' menu. How about 'Cheeky Chicken' or 'Saucy Sausage' or 'Wriggling Worms'. They even have excellent value and very affordable Little Kids Size and Big Kids Size.
- Free WiFi
- Free parking
- Excess luggage charges (where applicable)
Welcome to MG Cocomo resort
Vanuatu MG Cocomo Resort offers Melanesian-style accommodation, located a 5-minute drive from central Port Vila and a 15-minute drive from Port Vila Airport. Situated right on the lagoon, guests can enjoy fishing or kayaking. The facilities include an outdoor pool, barbecue and free on-site parking.
All rooms are air-conditioned and include TV, a DVD player, WiFi and laundry facilities. All rooms have a balcony, and some enjoy views of the lagoon.
The resort has a playground, a volleyball court, and sun loungers by the outdoor pool and on the beach. The staff at the tour desk can arrange day cruises, adventure tours and horseback riding. Massage services can be requested.
The Beach Bar Café is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and features pancakes and light snacks. The café also can prepare lunch baskets for you to take away.
Vanuatu MG Cocomo Resort is opposite Korman Stadium and you can walk to the University of South Pacific.