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Newest reviews for Island Magic Resort Apartments

  • Andrew
    July 5, 2014

    Great facilities and beautiful location great snorkelling when there is no swell. No food service and a long way from Port Villa. Ok for a couple of days but longer stays would be really annoying as have to pay bus or taxi to get anywhere. Nice people and very friendly staff.

    Long way from Port Villa.


  • Anonymous
    October 29, 2013

    We liked the location - 15min drive out of town. Was a beautiful and peaceful setting. The bungalows gave a very good self catering option with well equipped kitchen. Very clean and comfortable with helpful onsite managers.


  • Anonymous
    July 20, 2013

    Spacious bungalows with everything you could want in a self contained dwelling. Close to the Cascade Falls, Mele Village and the Hideaway Island ferry.

    A bit far out of town. No restaurant on premises and a limited menu at the closest hotel (especially as we are vegetarian). Ocean was too rough to go in for the whole stay but not sure if this is normal.


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