Ratings are averaged based on 13 reviews.
We travelled last month to Nasama resort with our 1 year old and we are already planning our return. Our daughter was provided with a highchair and cot, the rooms were very clean and although we hired a car, we often took the bus which stopped directly infant of reception and took 10 minutes to get into town. Reception team members were very helpful with any questions we had. They did apologise when we checked in that the wifi was having issues, but there was never an issue. All meals at the restaurant were great and the waitresses Sarah and Gia always made us feel so welcome. Nasama is a great place to unwind, we will be back. Sally, Justin & BIndi from Australia
Everything about Nasama was really good. The rooms need a bit of modernising and air con needs attention, but overall a very comfortable stay. .
Nasama is a boutique style, self-catering resort with rooms for couples, small and larger families as well as ocean facing luxury apartments.
We were welcomed by Ashleigh who is very friendly, the consummate professional and very helpful. She was ever present throughout our stay and was every ready to cater for our needs. She is a delight!
Our room was spacious with a comfortable kitchen area. Air conditioning is available and very welcome on hot, humid nights.
A small dining table in the apartment or chairs at the kitchen counter would be useful. There is no place to sit and eat or relax in the room - the balcony is the only place where there is a table and chairs. We had to request an additional chair as only 2 were provided.
The resort is around a 4 star in quality with facilities including an attractive infinity pool and pool lounging area and a small beach area.
Given its location, the resort can be windy at times and therefore canoes (that are available for free) are often not put out for use. During our 6 day stay they were never available.
The small beach provides access to the bay. If you swim out at high tide you can swim over the reef and see the beautiful fish and coral. The many coloured starfish in bright colours are a feature.
There is a very nice BBQ area and an excellent BBQ. We would suggest this as an option for families on a tight budget as the Café Vila Restaurant is pricey.
We stayed 6 nights. Fantastic weather helped but this location was just brilliant for us. My husband and 2 teenage children found this resort suited us really well. Good for relaxing but close enough to town for easy access. Took the canoes over to Erakor island for a drink at the bar.We had a mixture of meals cooked in the apartment (food bought from the local supermarket) and ate out too. Cooking facilities were basic but ok. Ate on the balcony over looking the ocean.
Beautiful resort, great location, great snorkelling just off the beach. Fantastic food. The Captains Table is a must.
The resort was small but perfect for us, the staff were fantastic (Will, the bartender was sensational).
The 2 bedroom apartment was spacious and comfortable. The pool wasn’t heated and we went in August so a little chilly. Close to town and overall great fun.
Very good option for travellers wanting to have the option of self-catering some of their meals.
Relaxing, quiet, very friendly staff but the location was a bit windy compared to the other side of Port Vila. Plenty of activities in and around Port Vila. Loved the mini buses
Had a great week here the staff were awesome the location central to everything was so quiet and relaxing we will be back for sure having a kitchen was awesome as we could cook on the nights the kids were to tired to eat out
I stayed at Nasama Resort for eight nights around Easter 2016. The rooms were very well presented and the price was right. Having access to the pool and to the ocean was wonderful. The resort is close enough to town for getting one of the local buses but far enough out to give you peace and tranquility.
I ate every night in the resort restaurant. Food and cocktails were great and very well priced. The staff were wonderful. Like the citizens of Vanuatu they were friendly and helpful.'
As a solo female traveller I felt welcomed and safe. I have now booked to return over Christmas. Lastly, if you are gluten-free as I am, I took a loaf of bread with me for making breakfast in the small kitchenette. This was a wise decision as I didn't see any Gluten Free bread during my stay.
A short bus trip from Port Vila, costs 150VT per person to travel to town. The resort is out of the hustle and bustle of town. Bring your own snorkelling gear. Lovely cool breeze coming off the water.
Most of us got a tummy virus while we were there. Only problem in Vanuatu is the food. Not much variety for children and the food is not the best. Everything else was perfect. Nasama resort is beautiful.
We had a great stay at Nasama Resort, the staff were very friendly and helpful. We stayed in an oceanfront apartment which was very nice. Food in restaurant was very good. Only negative would be that we found it to be quite windy - at least a warm wind blowing though! - unlike at home. Thanks so much for your hospitality. We will be back to visit the lovely island of Vanuatu. :)