Independent review for Le Meridien, on the Isle of Pines in New Caledonia

Le Meridien Isle of Pines hotel location picture

Le Meridien New Caledonia is a luxury five star hotel on the Isle of Pines secluded east coast, walking distance to the stunning Natural Swimming Pool, one of the islands most popular tourist attractions. With just 50 rooms and bungalows, this boutique style resort offers exceptional service in a spacious calming tropical environment straddling a beachfront tidal estuary.

Recommended For:
  • Couples seeking romantic beach holiday
    Beach weddings
    Therapeutic ambience / spa
Quick Facts
  • 50 Rooms & Bungalows
  • Offshore Island - Beachfront Location
  • Restaurant & Bar, Swimming Pool, Spa, Kayaks

Le Meridien Isle of Pines Rooms & Room Details & Rates

Room Category
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Sleeps
(c = child)
Hotel Public Rate
(for 2 people)
Superior Room 3 Euro € 730
Deluxe Room 3 Euro € 770
Bungalow Suite 3 Euro € 880
Clifftop Bungalow 2 Euro € 990

Le Meridien Isle of Pines Information & Facts

  • Hotel Location:   Beach front on secluded east Coast of Isle of Pines
  • Getting There:    20-minute flight from Noumea+15-minutes by road
  • Unique Qualities:    Full service boutique resort on beautiful beach
  • Ideal for:    Couples
  • Hotel Features:    50 Rooms, Swimming Pool, Spa
  • Dining:    Restaurant & Bar on site
  • Children Policy:    All ages welcome
  • Local Attractions / Tours:    Natural Swimming Pool, River of Sands
  • The Beach:   Good - white sand beach infront of resort but tidal
  • The Ocean:    Good - sandy bottom, protected, but too shallow at low tide
  • Snorkelling:    Good - especially at Natural Swimming Pool (15-minute walk)
  • Other Activities:    Kayaking

Hotel Amenities

The lagoon beside the resort is tidal and too shallow for swimming or snorkelling, but the sand here is a brilliant white. It’s a 20-minute walk alongside the lagoon estuary to the Natural Swimming Pool, a delightful beachfront picnic area with fantastic swimming and snorkelling. You can also access the area by kayak or bicycle, both complimentary.