Friday, December 11, 2009

...And leave the rest to JB @ Ramada Plaza Noumea




What kind of New Caledonia experience do you want?
Jean-Baptiste Ixeko is in charge of Guest Relations at the Ramada Plaza Noumea, and this is the first question he'll ask when you finish checking in and he escorts you to the Concierge Desk.



The Ramada is the newest Rainbow Tourism Accredited accommodation in the South Pacific Region, and one we highly recommend when you're considering a relaxed, hassle-free, educational, entertaining, cultural or unique holiday with a French accent!

JB will fix you up with a tour, side trip or dinner reservation that is exactly right for your style, your budget, your holiday fantasy. "I invite you to sleep in comfort, dine in style, work in peace and relax in luxury at the hotel or at our Spa and Energy Centre," says JB.

The Ramada Plaza, purpose built just 5 years ago, is ideally located on Anse Vata Bay, in proximity to the beachfront, cafes, shops and restaurants. In fact, it has its own fine dining experience on top. Restaurant 360 is Noumea's only panoramic revolving restaurant, with breathtaking views over the lagoon. The cuisine and service may just be Noumea's best kept restaurant secret.

Rooms with a View - Mountains, Race Track, Golf Driving Range from one round tower, and La Promenade and beach from the adjoining tower. The hotel has a range of spacious, air conditioned, well-appointed accommodation options, some with kitchens, and some VIP rooms with internet for those who insist on working in paradise.

This is the only hotel with a refrigerator where you can custom-order your own mini-bar supplies and with a steam/waterfall/shower combo that I had only ever seen before in NYC. One might never leave the room -
except for an exceptional, unusual tour that JB can arrange for you alone, for a group of friends, or to share with fellow non-French speaking tourists.



For more information about staying at the Ramada Plaza Noumea in New Caledonia, please ask Rainbow Tourism's Concierge.

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