Best resorts to stay in Fiji
Suva is the largest town in Fiji and is the Island’s capital. As you would expect from a vastly populated town, Suva is very cosmopolitan and is enriched by many cultures. Suva is a great place to stay if you want to get to see how the people of Fiji mix modern lifestyles with traditional practices, with many art galleries, museums and theatre spaces, holding shows and exhibitions to give you a real feel for Fiji.
There are many bars, restaurants and shopping centres that you would expect in a capital city plus there are walks and tours that you can take to look at the history to explore the natural wonders of the island. As with most parts of Fiji, there are great swimming and water sports opportunities in Suva and there is always a space to be found to simply relax and soak up a little sun. Nightlife is vibrant in Suva, with hotels and bars putting on entertainment as well as nightclubs where you can dance the night away.
The Coral Coast is an impressive 50 mile stretch of beaches that you would feel is only worthy of dreams. Large hotels can be found across the area, with luxury at the forefront. As well as tailor made diving and snorkelling tours on offer, active holidaymakers can enjoy long coastal walks, brisk swims in the sea and a round or two of golf. Most nightlife comes in the form of hotel entertainment but there are some beach bars and restaurants where you can enjoy time outside of your hotel complex. Tourists wanting to get a true taste of Fiji come to the Coral Coast area to explore some of the remote villages, just outside of the main tourist traps.
Organised tours take you to traditional fishing villages and markets, like Sigatoka, where you can see men and women trading as they would have done over many centuries in the past. A unique experience that brings you down to earth after the heights of luxury you will have enjoyed before now.
Nadi is home to dozens of luxurious hotels and serviced apartments, boasting spas, salons, fine dining restaurants and much more. Only a short drive from the international airport, Nadi is a great place to stay if you are wanting to explore some of the offshore islands, of which there are many.
The centre of town is a bustling mix of different cultures coming together to offer the best in hotels, restaurants, shopping facilities and fun activities for all. Nadi caters for all budgets, with more budget hotels and self-catering accommodation than you will find on some of the most affluent islands.
Denarau, Viti Levu
Denarau Island, on the main Island of Viti Levu, is the largest integrated resort in the South Pacific. Hotel complexes here are some of the best in Fiji and are certainly worth pushing the boat out and blowing your budget for a once in a life-time experience. With private beaches, one to one service and tailored tours available, you will be waited on hand and foot with every step taken.
Golfers love staying at Denarau as it boasts a fabulous 18-hole championship golf course. Port Denarau hosts the Fiji International Jazz and Blues Festival and is generally a town that loves to party. You will lose track of the days when spending time in Denarau – you will relax that much. Once again, if you need to perk up and get active, diving in this area is fantastic, with a wonderful array of marine life to be discovered under the Pacific Ocean.
Mamanuca is a group of 20 islands that look and feel like something from a film about castaways. If you have ever dreamt of living your life on a desert island, images of Mamanuca are sure to spring to mind. Pure luxury awaits you as you embark on one of the most amazing holidays of your life.
Every amenity you will need can be found in hotel resorts but you will still have a feeling that you are getting away from it all, even if you are never too far away from a Wifi signal. Mamanuca is popular with surfers and water sports enthusiasts alike due to the impressive breaks the sea brings. This surfers’ paradise brings along cool bars and laid back drinking dens, where you can sit back and soak up the last drops of sun before the sun goes down.
A destination of pure bliss and ultimate decadence, wherever you choose to stay in Fiji, you will not want to head home. Fiji is paradise at its very best, where locals will stop at nothing to make tourists feel at home.