Great location close to Bar and restaurant, restaurant downstairs is not bad as well. Very friendly reception staff were so helpful and provided us with all the information about noumea. Right across the beach as well to go for dip. MV bar is close by to go for a drink and watch sunset. Good place to stay
Nice location on the bay which was sheltered from a lot of the wind that was strong on the other side. Staff were nice and the room presented well. Funky bar/restaurant downstairs which was quiet during the week for us but might be a problem on busy weekends. We had room 311 which was right by the lift which you could hear clearly through the wall all night. No where to put your luggage so you could use it except on the floor. No fan in the bathroom so made the bathroom steam up and high humidity, so remember to open the window first. Great WiFi and the best we had during our stay in New Caledonia.
Had a very pleasant stay over 3 nights at the Hotel Beaurivage. The location is fantastic right on the beach at Lemon Bay and plenty of restaurants and bars are within walking distance. The beach is great for swimming and snorkelling and is suitable for families with children. The rooms are fine and the views from the beachside rooms worth the slight increase in price. They are showing some wear and tear with scuff marks etc on the Lino floor, but it has all the basics that you need. No breakfast available, but the adjacent cafe offers it to hotel guests. To be honest I found the Babar cafe very average and I walked to the Casino Supermarket and the next door Boulangerie and picked up fresh croissants each morning at Port Plaisance. In addition the number 3 bus stops outside the door and is a convenient way to get to the city centre and Anse Vata. Just one thing to note that there is a nightclub nearby and if you have an oceanview room overlooking the street, you will hear some noise on Friday and Saturday nights. Also a shout out to the 2 gentlemen on reception who spoke good English and were very helpful and friendly. All in all a great lower cost option with a great location. Would definitely stay again if I return to Noumea.…
We had planned to travel to Noumea in April 2020 but had to cancel due to the outbreak of coronavirus. We had booked 10 nights accommodation at Hotel Beaurivage and paid XPF104,400 in advance. The hotel refused to refund our payment and offered a credit for 3 months. After I complained and asked for a refund again, the credit was extended to March 2021. It remains impossible for us to travel and the future is still not certain. The hotel have kept our money for 12 months now which is very unfair and an unacceptable business practice. I am sure that this is not the behaviour that French people would be proud of. We have attempted to sell / gift this credit to friends and family but nobody can travel. We would like Hotel Beaurivage to act in a professional and honourable manner and process a full refund immediately. …
Good clean hotel, great location on road overlooking beach. Reception friendly, helpful obviously French speaking, good English. Lift, in room WIFI, room serviced daily, usually after lunch (we were on 3rd floor). Room had a balcony overlooking the beach; recommended.No restaurant, breakfast, but shop, Patisserie, supermarket 5-10 minute walk , restaurants, cafes next door or 5 minutes other direction. Shuttles available from & to airport from reception, in house travel agency but much cheaper pre booking online. Recommended, would stay again.
The place is super average. It is not worth the price. I prefer to pay 30 USD more and have another place completely different. Because it's not cheap. Its noisy. And small. And the receptionist girl on Saturday around 4pm. Omg she needs an urgent customer service course. I will never come back. Terrible.
We stayed during 2019. The room faced towards the beach which was just across the road. The beach was small and you can walk right down to the peninsula. Close at hand are restaurants and bars. There was a noisy spot next door during the weekend but it abruptly stopped before midnight. The music was not unpleasant though we were happy it stopped at a reasonable hour.Little did we know that it was a long weekend - who knew Bastille day was celebrated there. The beach is narrow and long - full of local families and not just tourists. Lovely place before we made our way further inland. I would be more than happy to stay again. The decor is a little tired but a lovely spot with great location and laid back hospitality.
Location is the highlight of this place. It has good views of Lemon Bay. However, the room that we were in had obstructed views of the bay because of a big tree. There were quite a few restaurants and pubs in the vicinity. The hotel room was quite clean and well maintained. Staff are quite helpful and polite and speak English and French. The only concern was with wifi which kept dropping every 10 minutes.
Hotel is situated directly across the road from Baie des Citrons - perfect for swimming, snorkeling or just watching the world go by. If you don’t want to stay in the big resorts, and pay big resort prices, this is definitely worth considering. It’s nothing fancy, but excellent for what you pay - very clean room, friendly and helpful staff, and the location can’t be beaten. Choose a “superior room” (higher floor, balcony, beach view) for a picture-perfect sunset view. The only downside is that there isn’t much soundproofing on the balcony doors so the beat from the nightclub down the road can be annoying if you are a light sleeper. A couple of chairs on the balcony, and somewhere to hang towels, would also be nice! But overall these are minor.
The room was located ground floor behind the main building with a small balcony. Clean, sufficient. Nothing more, nothing less. It's along one of he two main tourist boulevards, with heaps of (expensive) restaurants. I disliked the picture above the bed, depicting six fighting indigenous Karnaks. Quite a lot of street noise.