Just in case lying on a beach in the Pacific Islands wasn’t enough relaxation for you, we’ve got some of the best spa retreats in the islands ready for you to discover. Enjoy the delicate scent of frangipanis while every ounce of stress is massaged out of your body with coconut infusions, all to the sound of the gentle waves lapping at the shore.
Navutu Stars, Fiji
Resort, Spa Hotel
Yoga at Navutu Stars, Fiji | Photo courtesy of Navutu Stars
Navutu Stars Resort and Spa is tucked away in Fiji’s Yasawa Island
group, offering the perfect getaway for individuals and couples in search of rest and rejuvenation. With just nine rooms, guests can be assured of privacy and a personalised experience. Indulge in a variety of spa treatments with local plants, such as coconut and aloe vera, as well as organic beauty cosmetics from Australia. A blend of Ashtanaga
and Iyengar yoga, led by instructor Torika Tabua, will help find your inner peace during your stay.
Aitutaki Lagoon Resort and Spa
Boutique Hotel, Resort
Snorkelling in Aitutaki Lagoon | © Robert Young / Flickr
The all-bungalow resort in the Cook Islands is the only resort on Aitutaki, home of one of the world’s most beautiful lagoons
. It encapsulates the best of Polynesia with traditional bungalows, while offering a luxurious, private paradise as an adults-only resort, looking out to the pristine lagoon – your backyard during your stay. The spa offers a number of therapy options, including rejuvenating massages, facials and reflexology. Have your massage in the privacy of the spa, by the pool or right on the beach.
Iririki Island Resort and Spa, Vanuatu
Iririki Island Resort and Spa | © Simon Clancy / Flickr
This beachfront resort and spa is close enough to Vanuatu’s capital Port Vila, but still requires a boat journey to reach, offering seclusion and privacy to guests. There are eight different types of rooms, from secluded bungalows to an over-water faré (traditional-style accommodation). Iriki Day Spa has five different treatment rooms for massage, facials and various body treatments and therapies, such as aromatherapy.
Sinalei Reef Resort and Spa, Samoa
Sinalei Reef Resort and Spa, Samoa | © Brendan Grey / Flickr
This luxury beachfront resort and spa has 29 stylish guest rooms and some delicious dining options. Sinalei Reef Resort and Spa is situated in a sheltered lagoon on Upolu Island, not far from Apia. It’s nestled among 33 acres of vegetation, creating a private and rugged island-style atmosphere. The Tui-I-Lagi Spa is right on the waterfront, with three treatment villas in an open-air setting, helping you to relax to the sound of gentle waves lapping at the shore. Choose a variety of treatments, from traditional island massage to romantic candlelit relaxation for couples.
Conrad Bora Bora Nui
Resort, Spa Hotel
Conrad Bora Bora Nui | © prelude2000 / Flickr
Bora Bora is perhaps Tahiti’s most famous island, due its luxury resorts and idyllic over-water bungalows. Conrad Bora Bora Nui is located within the lagoon, which is protected by the reef – meaning the bungalows look out to an endless ocean. This is luxury at its finest; it’s worth noting the two-story presidential villas have accommodated a number of Hollywood celebrities. The Hina Spa is located on the main island up on the hill, providing panoramic views of the surroundings.