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Malolo Island Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Great beach
  • plenty of dining options
  • warm staff

    Cons

  • Adult and kids' pools are next to each other

Malolo Island Resort Review

Spacious bures leading out to a fantastic beach, three restaurants, and friendly staff make this among the Mamanucas' best. With 45 bures fanned out across a path from the beach (Ocean Views are studios; Deluxes have separate bedrooms), you can have your own space along the sand or stroll to the central beach bar or the two pretty pools for people-watching. Activities such as crab races, village trips, and dolphin safaris are announced daily on a newsletter delivered to the rooms. Keep active with banana boat rides, waterskiing, knee-boarding, and island-hopping, or unwind in the small, serene spa in the rain forest. One restaurant combines à la carte nights with theme buffets, including a made-to-order pasta bar, while the fancier Tree Tops features Mediterranean-influenced cuisine on a rotating seven-day menu. Dietary needs are especially well-catered.

    Hotel Details

  • 49 bures.
  • Rate includes no meals, all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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