Luxury Accommodation for Couples at Fiji’s Likuliku Lagoon Resort

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From a distance, Fiji’s Likuliku appears like an ancient Polynesian village. But get closer and you’ll find a resort that oozes modern luxury.

Since openings its doors in 2007, this opulent resort in Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands has welcomed thousands of guests from all over the world.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort is home to 45 bures, including the only over-water bures in Fiji. These opulent cottages are made with a mix of traditional methods and contemporary design. All have air-conditioning and stunning views of the ocean and coral lagoon nearby.

While much of Fiji is family-friendly, this is a resort with a strict adults-only policy. While that might disappoint parents, loved-up couples should enjoy the tranquility and freedom that comes from a child-free environment.

The national flag of Fiji

The national flag of Fiji

Likuliku recently added the title of Best Overseas Resort from Australia’s Luxury Travel Magazine to its list of accolades. It was also named the best deluxe/unique accommodation in this year’s AON Fiji Tourism awards. The warm and friendly staff members are a key reason for this success. They offer personalized service which helps guests feel like part of the Likuliku family.

The resort’s restaurant is also particularly noteworthy. Australian chef Brett Kryskow sources as many local ingredients as possible to ensure his dishes are fresh and connected to indigenous culture. The restaurant is located in the Central Facility, which also houses the guest lounge, boutique, and main bar.

While the Central Facility is always a hive of activity, guests can also enjoy relaxing near the horizon-edge pool, the spa, or the beautiful Masima Island Bar.

Likuliki Lagoon Resort is located 16 miles from Nadi International Airport. Guests can arrive via helicopter, seaplane, catamaran, or private speedboat. Rooms are not cheap, with prices starting at FJD$722, but this price buys real luxury. It also includes all meals and use of the resort’s non-motorized activities.

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