Enjoy Norfolk Island has purest air in the world
10 Mins Walking to Town Area
70 Comfortable rooms
5 Acres beautiful landscape gardens
The Resort The largest hotel on Norfolk Island
The Hotel Set in 5 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens the newly renovated South Pacific Resort is the largest and most conveniently located hotel on Norfolk Island. Just a brief walk to the main shopping township of Burnt Pine and only a short drive to historical Kingston, beautiful Emily Bay and the golf course, the South Pacific Resort is the perfect place to relax and unwind on your Norfolk Island holiday.
Comfortable Stay Accommodation is provided in 70 spacious Garden, Superior, Deluxe, Penthouse rooms, Eveleen suite or Service Apartments, all with garden, valley or partial ocean views. The rooms offer modern conveniences and facilities and some have disabled facilities. The brand new Service Apartments have wonderful views, full kitchenette facilities, sitting rooms, bath rooms and full furnished facilities.
Delicious Food Enjoy a delicious dinner in Cooks’ Landing Restaurant which offers both Australian and Asian cuisine for all age group, sample the fantastic coffee and cakes at the Aviation Poolside Coffee Shop or sip a cocktail by the pool at the end of a busy day. Whatever your preference, our warm and friendly staff will ensure your Norfolk Island holiday is a memorable one.
Various Facilities Hotel facilities are extensive and include a swimming pool, hot tub, coffee shop, bar, restaurant, conference facilities, games room, computer room and a free scheduled shuttle bus to Burnt Pine shops and restaurants for those who prefer not to walk. As a bonus continental breakfast is included. Car hire is available at hotel. We look forward to welcoming you to the delightful South Pacific Resort, Norfolk Island’s best located full service resort.
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South Pacific Resort hasa great location at the end of town with easy walk to shops and only 5min drive to Kingston. Staff are friendly and helpful. Most are of asian descent and we found they got confused when trying to relay a message from...More
We stayed at this hotel recently with a group from Sydney. Its position was perfect for walking to the shops! Have to say it was a bit dated though! Hot water was hit and miss! Had to run the taps/shower forever for hot water. Sometimes...More
had a very comfortable garden view room with views to the ocean/pine trees, five minute walk to town centre had continental breakfast included very nice extra $10 gets you a full cooked breakfast great pool and hot tub no thing to mush trouble for the...More
Had the necessary facilities for a resort, pool, indoor games, bar, restaurant, however there did not appear to be much activity at any of these. The restaurant required preordering of meals by 2.30 in the afternoon, the choice of dishes was limited to 4. This...More
This beautiful island was the perfect winter break, full of stunning scenery and such interesting history. We stayed a week at this hotel resort, with mixed feelings. We were in one of their older rooms (Room 42) which was pretty good, clean and comfortable. Kettle...More
We have just spent 2 weeks on Norfolk Island and stayed here. The staff are amazing, Leah, Wendy & Julia could not do enough for their guests. Nothing was too much trouble and they were all so wonderful to my elderly mother in law. We...More
We had made a booking through a travel agency for a twin Garden Room. When we arrived we were shown to a king bed garden room which we pointed out was not what we booked. There was no argument the girl asked for 10 minutes...More
We stayed at the hotel early May this year in one of the Penthouse rooms. Very spacious and comfortable room. The evening meals were nice and the staff were very friendly and police, hardworking and accommodating. Only concern was that there were No insect screens...More