Ranking The 20 Best Resorts in Fiji
Fiji is one of the best vacation destinations in the world. The islands are absolutely gorgeous, and most resorts offer great amenities, but there is a difference between them. Choosing Fiji as your destination is easy, but choosing the best place to stay can be a little bit complicated. But fear not because we have done the work for you. These places offer something unique; from fantastic service, a great selection of activities, incredible scenery, and a lot more. Some of them even cure their own bacon. What does curing your bacon mean? Well, read on as we rank the 20 best resorts in Fiji.
20. Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort
This luxurious resort offers a vibrant mixture of local culture and modern design, with exceptional facilities. It is located in the picturesque location of Nadi, the capital of Fiji. With breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and beautifully landscaped gardens, this is an ideal place to unwind and relax after a long flight or day out in town. Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort has 24 holes, including an executive golf course designed by Sergio Garcia.
19. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is located on the Coral Coast, a pristine stretch of beach within easy reach of Suva, Nadi, and the International Airport. It’s surrounded by the crystal blue waters of the South Pacific and features two swimming pools, four restaurants, two bars, and five tennis courts. The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is the only resort in the south Pacific to offer guests round-the-clock butler service. There are three different types of rooms available, ranging from Deluxe Pool Access Rooms to everything in between.
18. Six Senses Taveuni
The best resorts in Fiji are located on the island of Taveuni. It is situated in the northern end of Fiji. The island has a tropical rainforest climate, which makes it suitable for travelers seeking a short break. Six Senses Taveuni is known for its pristine white sand, turquoise waters, and stunning coral reef. All these are visible from the expansive villas that Six Senses Taveuni offers. It has 15 villas spread across six different locations on the island. The hotel is built around a purpose-built lagoon that connects all the villas. Each villa features its private plunge pool.
The name says it all. The Laucala is a beautiful artificial island in Fiji. Laucala Island Resort is a tropical island paradise for anyone who loves a great beach holiday. It’s located between the beautiful Cocos Island and the large island of Viti Levu. The resort sits on a private stretch of white sand just off the coast of Laucala Island. It’s a good idea to get out there before the sun sets because it’s an incredible place to watch the sunset from.
16. Royal Davui Island
Mixed-use accommodation, top-class cuisine, and sophisticated surroundings; all this and more await you at the Royal Davui Island Resort. Set on its private island in the Mamanuca Group of Fiji’s Yasawa Islands, Royal Davui Island is a must-visit for any visitor to Fiji. Situated just four kilometers from the northernmost tip of the Great Astrolabe Reef, the resort is only accessible by seaplane. It is located between two coral islands, so it offers natural privacy, with views of coral reefs and seascapes framed by lush tropical palms. The resort’s sublime architecture will have you waking up each morning to the breathtaking view of the turquoise seas surrounding it.
15. Lukuliku Lagoon Resort
In the north of Fiji, Likuliku Lagoon Resort offers a luxurious setting for couples. The resort is located on a private island with a lagoon and jungle-covered mountains. The beach is surrounded by white sand and palms trees. In addition, there are two beautiful infinity pools with magnificent views of the surrounding area. The resort features a private beach with various activities, including snorkeling and surfing, a fully equipped gym, a spa, and even a full-time masseuse. A large banyan tree protects the beach from the wind and rain.
14. Paradise Cove Resort
Paradise Cove Resort may not have any of the glitz and glamour of other resorts on this list, but it has everything on the list that you want in a vacation: peace, fantastic service, and a great location. The resort is located in Lautoka, Fiji’s second-largest city, and is about an hour and a half away from the capital city of Suva. Paradise Cove Resort is set on a picturesque tropical beach; coconut palms tower over the gardens that line the white sandy beach where you can relax after a long day or walk for miles through tropical forests with little villages nestled in the hillsides. Paradise Cove Resort is at its best when you’re traveling solo or with family.
13. Tokoriki Island Resort
Tokoriki Island Resort is only 500 meters away from the white sand beaches of Nambawan, Fiji’s best-known beach. The resort has a few restaurants for dining and accommodation options available at the resort. The resort has a great staff who are experienced and well trained to handle any situation that may arise during your trip. The resort also offers scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing or hiking, and other water sports activities. The resort has its dive center where you can learn to dive or have an instructor teach you how to dive.
12. Castaway Island Resort
Castaway Island Resort is a 15-minute boat ride from the Nadi International Airport and offers a wide range of accommodations. You can choose from 2-bedroom beachfront villas with private plunge pools to grand suites with separate living rooms, luxurious bathrooms, and private balconies. The resort has its own international standard 18 hole golf course, and you can also play at the nearby Royal Fiji Golf Club in Nadi.
Vomo is a true escape in terms of location, with its secluded beachside setting at the western end of Agana Bay. The resort is located on a private beach, just off the main island of Taveuni. The eastern side of the beach is sheltered by a coral reef, while to the west, there’s a long stretch of white sand that disappears into the Pacific. Vomo also has an excellent restaurant and bar, with panoramic views overlooking the bay. It has all amenities you would expect from a luxury resort. It also has special activities such as snorkeling, fishing, and kayaking, and they also have a spa in some of the villas.
10. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
The resort is situated on the Coral Coast, an area of Fiji located on the eastern side of Viti Levu, next to the Yasawas waterfalls. The Coral Coast is known for its beautiful beaches, great snorkeling opportunities, and diverse marine life. The coral reef adjacent to the shoreline of this resort is home to many species of fish, coral, and even seals. The resort also has a large lagoon that provides excellent snorkeling opportunities. Guests can relax on their private beach or swim in the lagoon by day and take advantage of nightlife activities at night. This resort provides guests with plenty of activities, including scuba diving trips, private excursions, and hiking through the rainforest and along the shoreline.
9. Matangi Island
A stunning blend of nature, culture, and luxury, Matangi Island Resort is a lush paradise in the heart of Fiji. Matangi island is one of the few places in the world where you can afford the luxury of swimming with dolphins, snorkels with sea turtles, sail around its many lagoons, hike through the rainforest or enjoy generous stretches of sand on white-sand beaches. Not only are the resorts located in some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, but they’re designed to reflect their location in style and elegance. The resorts are also home to some of the best spa treatments available in Fiji or anywhere else in the world.
8. Taveuni Palms
Here on the island of Taveuni, the resort at Taveuni Palms is a hidden gem that is very much deserving of its reputation for hospitality and privacy. This resort is located in the village of Nausori, just a short drive from Nadi. The resort is built right on the beach and gives guests the option to stay in one of the several nearby cottages. If you choose to stay at the resort, you’ll be treated to gorgeous views of the ocean and the Indian Ocean.
7. Blue Lagoon Resort
Blue Lagoon is an excellent option for couples, families, or groups. The resort has spacious bungalow-style rooms equipped with private bathrooms, air-conditioning, satellite TV, minibar bottles of water, and complimentary Wi-Fi. There are also several restaurants on-site with a variety of dishes to choose from. This resort is located in Sigatoka, and it offers both private villas and standard rooms. It also has a great pool and two restaurants. The service staff here speak English, and there’s plenty to do in the area. You can go snorkeling at the nearby reefs or try your luck at the casino.
6. Lomani Island Resort
Lomani Island Resort is a beautiful little resort located in the Mamanuca Islands of Fiji. The resort features bedrooms built over the sea, each having a private balcony and stunning views. There are ten bedrooms in total, ensuring that you will never feel crowded while staying here. If you’re looking for an intimate and romantic getaway, this is the resort to choose. You won’t find any TVs or Internet access here, so feel free to unplug and relax. You can also enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving in the nearby waters, or take a trip out on one of the nearby islands to explore.
5. Nanuku Auberge Resort
There’s no better way to get away from it all than by escaping to a beautiful and secluded island. Nanuku is one of the most beautiful Fiji islands and the perfect place to find your moment of Zen. If you’re looking for a luxurious getaway, this is it. From its breathtaking waterfalls to its white sandy beaches, Nanuku Auberge Resort will take your breath away. There is no shortage of things to do on this island paradise. You can relax in the pool, book a sunset sail, go snorkeling in the crystal clear waters, or indulge in a massage at the spa.
4. Dolphin Island Resort
The best part of this resort is the completely private beach. At one end of this white-sand beach is a lagoon, which is home to dolphins. The lagoon is surrounded by a beautiful reef in which to swim in crystal clear water. The beach is an absolute dream for snorkeling, with perfect shallow, calm water. The coral reef behind the beach is also home to plenty of fish, octopuses, and turtles. The rays are just as graceful in the water, showing off their sleek bodies as they glide through the ocean, looking for dinner.
3. Kokomo Private Island
The most oversized island in Fiji, Kokomo Private Island, is a stunning tropical getaway. The white sandy beaches and turquoise waters make this a perfect destination for a peaceful getaway. The only downside to Kokomo Private Island is that it’s tough to get to. You can fly into Nadi, then take a taxi or rental car to the resort. Kokomo Private Island is surrounded by water, making it feel more remote than other resorts on the island. This seclusion gives you a feeling of privacy and escapes from the hustle and bustle of Nadi Town. The resort has a private beach, a large pool with a swim-up bar, tennis courts, and snorkeling equipment.
2. Malolo Island Resort
Malolo Island Resort is a luxurious, private island hideaway located on the northern shores of Fiji. The resort has an eco-friendly approach to island living, with everything from fresh fish to floral decorations being sourced locally. Enjoy three swimming pools, four restaurants, two bars, and more than 100 lounges on the beach. There are six different room types for guests to choose from, whether a one-bedroom villa or a beachfront cabana. The resort also has bungalows with fantastic ocean views located in a quiet area on the island. They also have many activities such as fishing, snorkeling, and kayaking, and amenities such as Wi-Fi.
1. Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa
The Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa offers 5-star luxury in the South Pacific. Located on Fiji’s mainland, this Fiji resort is just 5 minutes’ drive from Port Denarau. Fringing a white sand beach, Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa has three swimming pools, including an adults-only pool, Jacuzzis, and two swim-up bars. Guests enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, and scuba diving. The resort’s F Bar & Lounge, the Sand Bar, and Orchid Bar offer casual alfresco dining. In addition, the resort’s two restaurants, the Orchid, and Palms serve international cuisine, while the Sunset Bar & Grill offers views across the Coral Coast. The resort offers 3 bars, including the Orchid Bar, the Palms Bar, and the Sunset Bar.