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Set in Pacific Harbor, Island Villas has a garden, BBQ facilities and free WiFi throughout the property. All rooms boast a kitchen and a private bathroom. Su (who looks after the place) was very welcoming and helpful. She made me feel right at home. :) I'd definitely go back. Its so peaceful & quiet there. Such a good location.
Located on Beqa Island, this beachfront resort is surrounded by tropical gardens and offers a restaurant, a bar and swimming pool. Staff are exceptional, Bures are a great way to immerse into the Fiji living style. The restaurant serves good fresh local food and drinks are reasonably priced. We were mainly there for the diving activities which are very well run.
Waidroka Bay Resort is an oceanfront surf and dove resort located on a private lagoon. Located among Fiji's beautiful rain forest, it features a pool, bar, restaurant and a range of accommodations. Amazing Staff. Tasty Food. Comfortable and clean rooms. Excellent Diving. (Shark dive was a once in a lifetime experience). Very professional dive school and Christine was one of the best dive instructors I have seen (and I have seen a lot)
Beachouse is located on the main island of Viti Levu, in an 8-hectare coconut plantation that is bordered by a secluded white sandy beach. Amazing place where rest and enjoy with a lot of activities. Surf break just 500 meters from the beach, easily reachable swimming or with a free boat ride. Absolutely recommend! The location, the staff, the accommodation. All is excellent
Located in Suva, Suva Hideaway Villa features accommodations with a kitchen. Free WiFi is offered. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Chang (Jack) was very helpful. He stays there with his family that doesn't speak English at all. But even with less communication - things were pretty good there. The room was quite spacious, clean, quiet, with complete privacy. Room has a fridge, kettle and a queen sized bed. The glass windows on two sides of the room keeps it airy and us feeling close to nature. The balcony is spacious too and has comfy chairs to relax on. The simple yet delicious and thoughtful breakfast made by Jack's mom was enjoyed by us thoroughly. I will definitely recommend my friends to try out this property if the idea is to be far from the hustle bustle of city. Thank you for being such wonderful hosts.
Located directly on the beach along Fiji's famous Coral Coast, Warwick Fiji is a 5-star resort with stunning Pacific Ocean views. All rooms have a private balcony. Best hotel I stayed in Fiji! Amazing from the warm welcoming to the room, drinks were amazing, the seafood served on the island was delightful and the hotel itself was paradise! Really enjoyed and I’ll be back for sure!
Affectionately known as 'The Grand Old Lady' of Suva, the faithfully restored Grand Pacific Hotel was built in 1914. It features free WiFi, 5 restaurants, 3 bars, a day spa and a fitness center. The rooms were spacious and very clean. They had everything we needed. The old part of this hotel has that old world charm that is hard to replicate. We loved it.
Holiday Inn Suva is an oasis of calm within 5 minutes' walk of the city’s business district. It offers lush tropical gardens, an outdoor pool with sun terrace, and ocean views. Room clean, all staff were friendly from door man to cleaners to the front desk team. Customer service was awesome, bed comfortable. Overall excellent services. Special mention to the Domestic ladies (cleaners), they were excellent, kept the rooms clean and articulate, well done.
I stayed at Oceanus Resort, which was basically rooms, a restaurant, pool, and Aquatrek Dive Centre. Across the road was Pearl Resort, which was more of a resort and more expensive. Went to a Fijian evening at both Pearl and Uprising Resort. The evening entertainment was fantastic at Uprising, with Fijian dancers, fire dancing and really excellent food. Pearl provided no entertainment, and the food was lousy (glad I diddn't book to stay there!). There is an Arts Village walking distance up the road from Oceanus, with cafes, restaurants, arts and crafts. If you want to do the shark dives, there is Aquatrek on site at Oceanus Resort, and Beqa Adventure divers at Lagoon Resort which you would need a car to get to (the resort next door to the dive centre seemed run down and empty). I heard there were some good Air B'nB places to stay.
Long drive from Nandi worth a visit if you like diving stay here for mainland and go to island dives maybe stay on the closer islands as well we hired a car from Nandi expect a drive of 3 hours due to speed limits 50 60 80 is the fastest You beat the road side fruit but lots the friendly people and smiles are very welcoming Fiji time so expect a good wait Alcohol is expensive Do the Boat trips and put some money into the local shops and cultural centre
The resort was very nice. The staff worked very hard to make the resort ready for our group. We arrived at the same time as the January typhoon so there were many things going on in the resorts background - preparing and then returning the resort to normal. Still, the food, friendly staff and resort amenities were great. Fortunately, the storm mostly missed the resort and Fiji. It was a great trip and we very much enjoyed the resort and the shark diving through BAD.
Pacific Harbour is a great place to visit. Lovely facilities in comfortable resorts but still the 'real Fiji' all around you. Restaurants and good and cheap to eat at, there are markets and roadside stalls so that you can interact with locals and experience their way of life.
My favourite place was on the hammock by the beach at Uprising Resort. I also, thoroughly enjoyed the Arts Village where I could buy pizza, drink latte & have conversations with the locals & staff. Our group walked from Uprising Resort along the beach to get to the Arts Village. The walk during sunset was beautiful. Finding a taxi was easy & affordable.
Staff were great for the most part. Some servers seemed a little miserable. The pool was amazing for the kids and the families seemed well taken care of. The mahi ( fish dinner) was the best meal I’ve had all year, food was really good. Would have liked to try the fine dining but it closes very early even on weekends. Very disappointed by cleanliness, even the halls looked like they had never ever been vacuumed