The Best Luxury Hotels in Fiji

Enjoy leafy ocean views at the romantic Royal Davui Resort in Fiji
Enjoy leafy ocean views at the romantic Royal Davui Resort in Fiji | Courtesy of Royal Davui Island Resort / Expedia
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15 February 2021

With its pearly white beaches and azure skies, Fiji is home to some of the world’s most luxurious resorts and spas.

Picture a remote tropical paradise, and this South Pacific archipelago comes pretty close. Dramatic volcanic peaks, crystal clear water and secluded villas make for a luxury stay in Fiji. Enjoy island life in even grander style by booking one of these opulent hotels, complete with infinity pools, butler service and private speedboats.

Grand Pacific Hotel

Hotel, Luxury
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Take high tea in style beside the waters of Suva Harbour. With a grand tiered wedding-cake-style façade, this regal hotel was built in 1914 and still dominates the waterfront in Fiji’s capital. It has even hosted Queen Elizabeth II twice. Now restored, book one of the heritage suites in the original building if you’re looking for period features. Complimentary sundowners are served from 5pm–7pm each day as you get to enjoy the view of the harbour.
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Lomani Island Resort

Resort, Luxury, Spa Hotel
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Dip your toes in your own beachfront plunge pool while looking out to sea. Lomani is an adults-only resort on Malolo Lailai Island, where the emphasis is most definitely on couples. Alternate lazy mornings on the beach with adventure-filled afternoons hiking, water-skiing or snorkelling. All 30 suites and bures feature modern decor, with crisp white walls rather than the traditional island style of many other resorts. Book early to secure a coveted pool suite.
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Castaway Island Fiji

Resort, Luxury, Spa Hotel
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Dine under the starry night sky at Castaway’s adults-only restaurant, which serves fresh sushi and poke bowls, made with organic ingredients sourced from Fiji. With several restaurants and bars, some especially adept for sundowners, there are plenty of places to toast the day. Located on its own private island in the heart of Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands group, Castaway’s 65 traditionally thatched bures are all moments from the ocean. There are also two pools, a kids club, a tennis court, beach yoga and a boutique shop.
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Savasi Island Resort

Resort, Luxury, Spa Hotel
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You could stay in an over-water villa while in Fiji, but why not sleep aboard a yacht? This resort’s 140ft (43m) schooner, Serenity, is permanently moored on this private island. Onboard, you’ll find a cinema room, a Jacuzzi and a private bar – plus room to sleep ten. Alternatively, opt for a secluded villa on land. Take advantage of the resort’s free-roaming dining – you can eat on a private beach under the stars or inside a secluded oceanfront cavern.
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Qamea Resort & Spa Fiji

Resort, Boutique Hotel, Spa Hotel
4.8/5 (24 Reviews)
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If space and privacy equal luxury for you, then head to Qamea. Located in Fiji’s northern island group, the resort is spread across 42 acres (17ha) of tropical gardens. With just 17 rooms, you’ll only have to share it with 35 guests. Head to the jungle, where you can enjoy a massage in a treehouse at the only Guinot Spa in the South Pacific. Afterwards, read a book on your veranda’s hammock, or take a dip in your private pool.
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Matamanoa Island Resort

Resort, Luxury, Spa Hotel
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It may just be 30km (17 miles) west of Nadi international airport, but this adults-only island resort feels entirely secluded. Reach it by high-speed catamaran or, for the ultimate convenience, helicopter. Inside your beachfront villa, you’ll find decor inspired by Fijian crafts, an outdoor shower and a plunge pool. Climb the steps to the spa as they wind high above the forest canopy – you’ll be treated to panoramic ocean views at the top.
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Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina

Resort, Luxury, Spa Hotel
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Moor your yacht, and head straight to the spa at the Musket Cove Resort to soothe those aching muscles. As one of the first resorts in the country, Musket Cove is something of an institution in Fiji. Located on the second-largest of the Mamanuca Islands, its marina is a desirable stop-off for passing boats. Choose the island villa, one of 10 situated on a private atoll, with a shared pool and barbecue area. Start your day jogging through 400 acres (162ha) of tropical gardens before securing a poolside cabana next to the swim-up bar.
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Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island

Resort, Luxury, Chain Hotel
4.5/5 (997 Reviews)
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Surrounded by lush forest, waterfalls and a private beach, Radisson Blu is something of a mega-resort. Here, 270 rooms are clustered around lagoon-style pools, ranging from cosy doubles to a two-bedroom suite. Drop the little ones off at the Kids Club, and head to the golf course to practice your swing. Come nightfall, there are six onsite restaurants for a different dining experience every evening.
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Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

Chain Hotel, Luxury
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From the air, this resort looks like something you’d find in the Maldives. Stilted over-water rooms sit grouped around a central wooden walkway, reaching across the sheltered lagoon. Each includes high vaulted ceilings, a private outdoor deck, deluxe bedding and a spacious bathroom with a freestanding tub. Keep yourself delightfully unbusy at the fitness centre, swimming pools or full-service spa.
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  • Royal Davui Island Resort

    Resort, Spa Hotel
    4.8/5 (55 Reviews)
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    The Royal Davui Island Resort is set upon a tiny privately owned islet in the Beqa Lagoon, providing ultimate seclusion. There are just 16 villas scattered along its perimeter, which peep out from under the tropical canopy across an uninterrupted horizon. As an adult-only resort, the Royal Davui is an idyllic romantic retreat for couples and honeymooners who can relax on the island’s immaculate beaches.
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    Taveuni Island Resort & Spa

    Resort, Spa Hotel
    5/5 (12 Reviews)
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    A craggy, volcanic island brimming with colourful flora and fauna, Taveuni is often referred to as the “Garden Island of Fiji”. Sat atop a cliff with views across the Pacific Ocean, the Taveuni Island Resort is comprised of 12 lavish bures, surrounded by expansive, well-maintained gardens. With an exceptional restaurant and spa – both of which utilise fresh organic ingredients – Taveuni Resort is an idyllic place to base yourself as you explore the island’s stunning landscape.
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    Likuliku Lagoon Resort

    Resort, Boutique Hotel, Luxury
    4.9/5 (256 Reviews)
    Choose between a hotel room or a traditional Fijian bure on the water, at these Fiji resorts | Courtesy of Likuliku Lagoon Resort / Expedia

    The enchanting Likuliku lagoon is a crescent-shaped bay on the north-western shore of Malolo Island, shrouded in Fijian mythology. The resort’s design emulates a traditional Fijian village – with hand-woven thatched roofs and tribal-patterned interiors. Perhaps, the unique selling point of the Likuliku Resort are its over-water bures – the only ones in the Fijian archipelago – which arch across the lagoon’s placid waters.

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    Emaho Sekawa Resort

    4.7/5 (3 Reviews)
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    The Emaho Sekawa Resort is simply magical. Each of the private residences has an expansive outdoor deck with panoramic ocean views, complete with a candle-lit plunge pool and large outdoor bed. The resort’s employees are a wonderfully cheerful community, passionate about providing you with the best possible experience. Scuba divers will be pleased to hear that the resort has its own dive shop and boat, ready to whisk you off to some of the world’s most pristine underwater sites.
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    Tokoriki Island Resort

    Boutique Hotel, Resort, Villa
    4.8/5 (252 Reviews)
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    The adults-only Tokoriki Island Resort is located on the Mamanuca Islands. If the heavenly beaches aren’t enough, there is a plethora of activities on offer – from kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding to basket-weaving and medicinal botanic workshops. At the end of the day, kick back in your lavish bure, complete with private pool, sun-loungers and cabana.

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    Navutu Stars Resort

    4.7/5 (130 Reviews)
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    The pristine villas at the Navutu Stars Resort are spacious and bright, with high ceilings, cream-hued walls and wide doors that slide open directly onto the alabaster beachfront. Slip into the blissfully relaxed island rhythm with outdoor spa treatments and yoga sessions on the Sunset Deck, which has panoramic ocean views. The resort’s chefs craft Fijian culinary delights, and the cocktails flow as if on tap.
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    Hannah Bergin contributed additional reporting to this article.

    These recommendations were updated on February 15, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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