The Havannah Voted ‘Vanuatu’s Leading Resort’

5th July 2017

Waterfront Villa Deck

For the fourth consecutive year, The Havannah Vanuatu has once again been voted ‘Vanuatu’s Leading Resort 2017’ and ‘Vanuatu’s Leading Boutique Resort 2017’. The resort was honoured to be presented with both titles at the World Travel Awards recent Asia & Australasia Gala Ceremony. General Manager of The Havannah Vanuatu Daniel Johnson was pleased to receive the award once again and thanked staff, guests and industry colleagues.

“What an honour it is to have once again been acknowledged by the World Travel Awards as the best Resort in Vanuatu. We are absolutely delighted to have presented with these awards for the fourth consecutive year. We would like to thank our guests, industry colleagues and our wonderful staff, all of whom have helped to make this possible” he said

Established in 1993, the World Travel Awards acknowledge, celebrate and reward excellence in all sectors of the travel industry. The brand is now globally recognised as the ultimate symbol of quality, with winners setting the benchmark that all others aspire to.

Located at Samoa Point just 30 minutes’ drive from Port Vila, The Havannah Vanuatu is known for its unrivalled beachfront location and luxurious villa accommodation. Catering exclusively for couples, the resort boasts just 17 deluxe air-conditioned villas that showcase a delightful combination of comfort and style. Enjoying stunning sea or lagoon views, each villa features its own private plunge pool or private access to the two-tiered lagoon pool. The perfect place for a romantic getaway, the resort is also conveniently close to the South Pacific World Heritage site The Chief Roi Mata Domain.

With an outstanding range of onsite facilities, wonderful service and a level of attention to detail that ensures every stay is special, it’s no surprise that The Havannah continues to take out the title year after year. A particularly popular resort for honeymooners, The Havannah offers an unforgettably luxurious experience in tropical Vanuatu.