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One of the South Pacific’s best resorts, ranked Number 1 on Trip Advisor for eight consecutive years is set to hit the market for the first time, exclusively through Savills Hotels.

Vanuatu’s very first high end luxury resort boasts an unrivalled location – it has five hectares of tropical gardens, three private white sand beaches, 14 luxury beachfront Villas (6 with private pools), Restaurant, Bar, Spa, Jetty and a beautiful main pool. Facing north west it receives excellent sunsets and is beautifully protected from the trade winds with stunning views across the ocean and outer islands.

The 4.5 Star Eratap Beach Resort is situated only 20 kilometres from the Bauerfield International Airport and 15km from the Capital – Port Vila. It is the only Resort in Vanuatu able to offer surfing, kayaking, fishing, hiking and cycling direct from the resort.

According to Nic Simarro, Senior Sales Executive, Savills Hotels Australia & NZ who is selling the resort with colleague Max Cooper, this is an exceptional opportunity to acquire a unique multi award winning resort, with vacant possession, surrounded by stunning coral reefs, uninhabited islands and the best surf in Vanuatu.

“Not only has Eratap Beach Resort won a number of awards, it was also voted one of the Top 25 Small Hotels in the World – 2016 Travellers Choice Awards.”

Vanuatu is a nation spread across 80 separate islands that stretch 1,300 kilometres across the South Pacific
Ocean – 1200km west of Fiji. The Capital of Vanuatu is Port Vila which is located approximately 3 hours direct flight from Australia and New Zealand. The airport is well serviced by Air Vanuatu (code sharing with Qantas), Virgin Australia, Fiji Airways, Air Calin, Air Nuguini and Air Solomons.

Mr Simarro went on to say that there is a very limited supply of this type of Resort in the Vanuatu Hotel market, making this a rare and exciting opportunity for a savvy investor.

“Tourism is the driving force of the Vanuatu economy and the country is excellently set up to support this key industry. Whilst Australians & New Zealanders still make up the bulk of tourists visiting Vanuatu, the number of Chinese tourists is rapidly increasing, along with a steadily growing European and American market. With Vanuatu currently being the recipient of some major infrastructure projects, including a new runway and terminals, new wharf, new seafront and roads and drainage, we expect to see tourism numbers really escalate.”

The Eratap Beach Resort is for sale exclusively through Savills via an International Expression of Interest campaign, closing Friday 20th October 2017