Fiji epitomizes an island paradise. It’s crystal waters, whispering palm trees, dramatic volcanic skylines, and reef-fringed lagoons, conjure images of castaways, romance, and South Sea Island adventures. With well over 300 islands to choose from, Fiji offers an unrivalled selection of escapes that cater for every budget and every notion of what a perfect Polynesian holiday should be. With five star hotels and boutique spa retreats located on all of the main islands, and smaller hideaway resorts on many of its outlying atolls, you could spend a lifetime exploring Fiji.
In addition to its unrivalled selection of luxury hotels, Fiji’s other great attraction is its people. Fijians are unbelievably friendly and welcoming, and visitors will immediately relax into “island time” when they arrive in Fiji. Whether you choose a high-end place with an infinity pool, butler service and a private speedboat, or a relaxed resort where you and the fam can unwind and reconnect, Fiji and its people will make your stay unforgettable.
So if you feel the need to be castaway on a Pacific island paradise, our selection of luxury Fiji hotels will help you choose the perfect place. Bula!
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Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is located on the west side of the maritime nation’s main island, Viti Levu. This resort is quite secluded; the closest villages with amenities are Tau and Navalo – both easily accessible on the nearby highway. There’s also a small grocery store and a few shops on Momi Bay.
The luxury hotel boasts numerous iTaukei-style bungalows that sit alongside the coast and on top of the turquoise bay. Guests can choose from family-friendly lagoon-view rooms to adults-only over-water suites with lagoon access. Every room has classic Melanesian furniture and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors.
With limited local dining options available, the Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay has two five-star restaurants – the Goji Kitchen & Bar and the Fish Bar. Both eateries serve up local cuisine using ingredients sourced from the island. There’s also a laid-back bakery, the Fiji Baking Company, that sells delectable sandwiches, salads, and baked goods.
When guests are not swimming in the ocean, they can visit the resort’s state-of-the-art spa and fitness center. The Quan Spa has six treatment rooms with private plunge pools. In the hotel’s fitness centre, guests can access a wide range of cardiovascular equipment and free weights while enjoying stunning views of the nearby tropical garden.
Located on the small island of Malolo, Six Senses Fiji is an elegant beach-front resort that’s 25 kilometers away from Nadi International Airport. Aside from a handful of nearby resorts, Six Senses Fiji’s location on the island is relatively remote. Guests can reach the island via seaplane or a water taxi.
The luxury hotel features an assortment of accommodations, ranging from the Hideaway Pool Villa to the Five-Bedroom Beachfront Pool Residence. The resort’s quaint rooms feature spacious living areas with large sliding doors and windows that let in the ocean breeze. Rooms can accommodate anywhere from 3 to 10 guests.
The Six Senses Fiji does not fall short when it comes to food and beverage. Guests can enjoy the resort’s Gourmet Deli, Rara Restaurant & Bar, Tovolea, and an ice creamery serving homemade sweets. There’s also the Teitei Pizzeria – an intimate outdoor eatery that holds private cooking classes.
Visitors can take a trip to the resort’s world-class Spa, a luscious retreat that boasts an herbal sauna, steam room, plunge pools, and a fitness centre. Six Senses Fiji offers various excursions and experiences for guests, including kayaking adventures on the sea and a class that teaches the local Fijian language.
Situated on the northeast side of Malolo Island, Likuliku Lagoon Resort is an adults-only destination that’s right on the beach. To get to the private luxury hotel, visitors can catch a flight at Nadi International Airport or hop on a speedboat or catamaran.
The resort features four unique bures (a traditional Fijian hut): Over-Water, Deluxe Beachfront, Beachfront, and Garden Beachfront. Each bure has striking views of the turquoise lagoon, and a handful of them boasts a private plunge pool and grand bathtubs. With traditional island furnishings and architecture, the bures give guests an authentic Fijian experience.
Created exclusively for couples, the Likuliku Lagoon Resort’s Fijiana restaurant has a unique blend of fare that incorporates local seafood and fruits. The resort’s daily fee includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a selection of beverages. Two bars feature handcrafted Fijian cocktails – Masima Bar and Dua Tale Bar.
Guests can enjoy the Tatadra Spa and intimate retreat featuring a selection of Fijian massages and soothing body treatments. There’s also a 24/7 beachfront fitness centre that has all the equipment needed for a full-body workout. The Likuliku Lagoon Resort can also accommodate meetings and weddings with a distinctive Fijian twist.
Fiji is one of the most blissful destinations globally, with the perfect balance of relaxation, adventure, and incredible food. So, if you’re wondering what there is to do outside of your luxury hotel in Fiji, read on. Here are our recommendations for how to make your lavish Fiji vacation as enjoyable as possible.
1. Explore the islands from above with a private helicopter.
Did you know that Fiji is made up of over 300 islands, many of which are uninhabited? Therefore, it’s impossible to visit them all on your Fiji vacation, no matter how long you stay. However, you can get a bird’s eye view of the islands instead with a private helicopter tour.
There are many scenic flights to choose from, with the flight time ranging from 30 to 90 minutes. Plus, some will take you to the exclusively private Mamanuca Island, where they will drop you off for the day.
2. Be a castaway on the uninhabited Monuriki island.
Monuriki Island is one of Fiji’s most famous islands as it’s where the Tom Hanks movie, Castaway was filmed. Today, the island is still uninhabited, but that doesn’t mean you cannot visit. In fact, you can get a speedboat to whisk you away and drop you off on the island, leaving you to your own devices for the day before picking you up later.
The island is completely untouched, and the waters are full of fish and coral, making it one of the most peaceful places to snorkel and swim. Plus, there’s a fantastic hiking trail that takes you up to a magnificent lookout point where you won’t see a soul or a boat in sight!
3. Experience the ultimate pampering spa day.
As Fiji is a popular honeymoon destination, spas here are plentiful and extremely high quality, too. Namale’s five-star Valeni Sasauni Spa Sanctuary is one of the best luxury spas in Fiji. It’s nestled in the volcanic cliffs overlooking the beautiful Koro Sea, with grounds just as tranquil as the treatments.
While a traditional Fijian massage is a must here, the vast complex has an impressive range of facilities, including aromatherapy pools, hot tub, cold plunge and sauna.
4. Hop around the islands via jetski.
For an action-packed adventure in Fiji, take a jet ski tour around some of the best islands. As well as exploring the beauty of the Coral Coast, a popular part of the jet skiing tour is to visit the famous floating bar and restaurant, Cloud 9. You can also add on an extra waterport such as solo or tandem parasailing for double the fun.
5. Have a fine dining experience on a secluded island
The adults-only Wicked Walu seafood restaurant is so exclusive that it has its own island yet is close enough to the mainland to reach via a small bridge. With both inside and outdoor seating areas, you can literally eat your dinner with the sand beneath your toes and the waves by your side.
However, the unique setting is not the only remarkable thing about Wicked Walu. They are renowned for their fresh seafood, chargrilled steaks, mouthwatering desserts, and of course, incredibly welcoming Fijian hospitality.
6. Go on a sunset dinner cruise
For another dining on the water experience in Fiji, take a sunset dinner cruise. On this cruise, you’ll sail through the Mamanuca Islands aboard the Fiji One, Fiji’s most prestigious charter vessel. You’ll enjoy a tropical BBQ dinner while you admire the spectacular views of the sun setting over the ocean. The cruise lasts around 3 hours and includes a transfer to and from your luxury hotel in Fiji.