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New Cale­do­nia boasts sump­tu­ous lodg­ings to match the com­pelling scenery

Hong Kong Tatler - - Life -

Nouméa Lo­cated at the end of a sweep­ing bay at the city’s most southerly point, Le Méri­dien Nouméa of­fers the per­fect base from which to ex­plore New Cale­do­nia’s cap­i­tal. The ho­tel fea­tures a calm­ing Deep Na­ture Spa and five restau­rants, in­clud­ing a beach­front bar. lemeri­di­en­noumea.com Bourail Barely a year old, the Sher­a­ton New Cale­do­nia Deva Re­sort & Spa is the archipelago’s new­est ho­tel. For a touch of lo­cal flair, be sure to book into one of the spa­cious ro­tunda-like bun­ga­lows, which are in­spired by the ar­chi­tec­tural tra­di­tions of Kanak cul­ture. sher.at/deva isle of Pines Oro Bay is one of the most picturesque spots on the Isle of Pines—which is really say­ing some­thing. Le Méri­dien of­fers un­ri­valled views of its im­pos­si­bly blue wa­ters and a coast­line pep­pered with the long, lean­ing pine trees that give the is­land its name. lemeri­di­e­niledespins.com

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