Welcome to Beachfront Resort


A tropical beach side setting on 6 acres with 150 metres of absolute waterfront lawns and gardens, for Luganville’s only true beach resort  located just 2 kms from the town centre and only 15 minutes from the international airport

Far enough out from town to avoid the noise but close enough for that early business appointment, amazing adventure trip or adrenaline pumping scuba dive on the SS President Coolidge and located on the site of an old WW2 American small boat base

With direct Air Vanuatu service from Brisbane and at least three daily domestic flights from Port Vila, it’s never been easier to get to our northern paradise

Beachfront Resort offers excellent accommodation over-looking the sheltered waters of Segond Channel and Aore Island and welcomes families and children with plenty of space for the kids to safely run free and have fun

Our fully licensed restaurant, The Coolidge Bar & Grill, provides first-class dining from both our regular and superb black board menus together with a selection of cold, local and imported beers plus wines from Australia and around the world, all enjoyed in relaxed Melanesian style surroundings overlooking the swimming pool, extensive lawns, colourful tropical gardens and tranquil waters of the South Pacific ocean

We also make the best pizzas in town – 7 varieties and 3 sizes – eat in or take away

The front desk is available 7 days a week for the convenience of our guests

All our Dolphin and Manta bungalows are air conditioned and include ceiling fans, ensuite amenities, refrigerator, insect screens and tea/coffee making facilities

Our Starfish Lodge rooms all have en-suites facilities and there’s a large kitchen for the use of our in house guests

The Starfish Lodge  is available for the budget conscious traveler, school, diving or sporting groups visiting our tropical paradise with both air conditioned and fan cooled rooms

A continental self serve breakfast is provided in all Dolphin and Manta rooms

All our rooms are serviced daily by our house keeping team and we have plenty of secure, gated, off street parking and night time security

Local activities include adventure tours to custom villages, ride a horse thorough the rain-forest and along a tropical beach, scuba dive on the world’s most accessible ship wreck, the SS President Coolidge, snorkel our pristine reefs or an aquatic American WW2 equipment grave site, trek through and explore our exotic rain-forest ecology – Espiritu Santo has more orchids than any other island in Vanuatu

Hire a car and experience the spectacular vista of the island, visit pristine Port Orly, and lunch on the beach, putter around on a scooter, visit coconut plantations and stunning aqua blue holes, paddle a dugout canoe down a jungle river, visit WW2 wrecks, paddle a kayak to another island and explore, trek through a cave and float down a river, grab a rod and catch a big fish, lay back and enjoy a champagne sunset cruise around the islands or laze by the pool soaking up some rays and the tropical atmosphere

Our free wifi has coverage in most common areas of the resort, but the best reception is around the pool, allowing easy access to your email and for keeping up-to-date with the internet and social media

Enjoy a cappuccino, latte, flat white made from Vanuatu coffee grown and processed in Tanna or a cold drink whilst on line plus there are plenty of power outlets to save those precious batteries

You can charge your devices from your bedside light which also provides 2 hours of emergency lightning in case of a power outage

In an effort to be as ‘green’ as possible, to reduce our carbon footprint and save costs, Beachfront Resort has installed a range of modern energy saving devices from low wattage lamps, solar hot water heaters to also recommending our local Tusker beer as the bottles are reused by the brewery and not buried

We also recycle aluminum cans, not an easy task on a small south pacific island

In our restaurant, The Coolidge Bar & Grill, we use as much locally grown, totally organic produce from the local markets as possible including Santo’s famous organic beef and seafood thus supporting Ni-Vanuatu fishermen, farmers, women and families as well as reducing our need for expensive imported goods

The final stages have been made to the islands hydro power generation scheme, on the Sarakata River, which now generates over 80% of the towns power needs