Need To Know
25, including three suites.
11am; check-in, 2pm, both flexible subject to availability. Free breakfast and lunch is provided for early arrivals, and free lunch for late departures. Guests may use resort facilities, nannies and Fijian buddies on arrival, and there's luggage storage.
Double rooms from £841.25 (FJD2,175), including tax at 25 per cent.
All-inclusive rates cover all à la carte meals, non-alcoholic drinks, kids' club, nanny service (8am–9pm) and 'Fijian buddies' for older children, most resort activities, meet and greet at Nadi and Savusavu domestic airports, and return transfers from Savusavu Airport. Three-night minimum stay; five nights from 22 December–5 January inclusive. Children Baby cots for under-3s and extra beds for up to two children under 13 are free (for a third child, an extra bed costs AU$170 a night); children’s meals and most activities are complimentary. Babysitting is free from 8am–9pm (then AU$3 an hour from 9pm–11pm); the Bula Club, for kids aged 12 and under, is also free.
Smoking is allowed outdoors only, not in rooms or dining areas. Bures are reached by wide paths on ground level, with the exception of the elevated Point Reef Bures, and ramps to dining and public areas are ideal for strollers, prams or wheelchair access. Bathrooms are also wide enough for wheelchairs.
At the hotel
Private beach and mini island, four swimming pools, restaurant, bar, spa, free kids club, watersports, dive shop, mountain bikes, tennis and volleyball court, library, TV and video room, boutique, playground, gardens, concierge, free WiFi throughout.
In your room
Minibar with free soft drinks and bottled water, fridge, black-out curtain, pillow menu, own-label toiletries, adult and child beach bags, umbrella, flowers.
Our favourite rooms
All bures are child-friendly, with a rollaway bed, extra beds available, large bathrooms with showers, and safe decks. The styling is traditional Fijian, with thatched roofs, plantation shutters and bright bedding. If you’re just travelling with a baby, choose an Oceanfront Bure. Families will love the Two-bedroom Oceanfront Bures or Oceanfront Suite Bures, sleeping two adults plus two or three kids – they’re closer to the beach than the Garden View Bures, offering soothing vistas of Savusavu Bay. The former feature a main bedroom with a king-size bed and day-bed in a small sitting area, and a second bedroom with twin beds, both with direct bathroom access; the split-level deck has a hammock and chaise longues. The latter are a similar size, with two king-size bedrooms (one larger with a day-bed), a deck with an outdoor table and chairs for two, plus two loungers on a mosaic patio. For extra seclusion, space and striking sea views, stay at one of the three elevated, split-level Point Reef Bures, which host a king-size bed, bathroom and lounger-dotted balcony on the upper level and two day-beds below. A private deck off the ground-floor sitting room houses an outdoor table for four. Just a hop from the beach nearby, the luxe Villa sleeps up to five (children under 6 by request) in a series of bures, with its own infinity pool, day-bed pavilion and barbecue. The master bedroom stars a four-poster overlooking a sunken Jacuzzi with views onto a private garden, waterfall and alfresco shower. A separate living area with kitchenette and bathroom can double as a second bedroom.
The adults-only oceanfront Serenity Pool by the bar is a sleek, infinity-edge number flanked by orange day-beds and a shady pergola for a sociable scene. It only welcomes teens, but younger kids can choose between three dedicated pools near the Bula Club, including the freshwater Family Pool with a 20-foot water slide, the Junior Pool and the cascading Water Mushroom Pool for toddlers. Lifeguards are on duty from 8am–9pm, and pools are secured out of hours. Pool toys, flotation devices and beach towels are provided.
Tap into Fiji's healing heritage at the two beachfront, open-air Ocean Spa Bures, where the signature Bobo Massage harnesses generations-old combinations of sweeping hand strokes and tropical nut oils. Facials, hand and foot therapies, body wraps, hair and scalp pampering, couples’ treatments and prenatal massages are all on the menu, drawing on Pure Fiji products that harness natural produce from coconuts to pineapples, dilo nuts to aloe vera. The thatched spa bures are Fijian in style, with showers and airy decks for unwinding. Other wellbeing boosters include daily yoga, and rainforest and waterfall hikes.
Mossie repellent, hats, shades and sunscreen are always handy in the tropics. Bring your dive certificate if you're a scuba devotee, and your gear if you prefer to use your own. An underwater camera is a must for persuading fish to say 'cheese'.
Request baby cots in advance; 12 hours’ notice is required when booking a babysitter. Private family experiences, including exclusive island picnics, kayaking, sail boat charters, rainforest hikes and bike tours should be booked 24 hours in advance and are subject to availability; ask staff for the full list.
Marine conservation is key here: the resort has an in-house marine biologist, a reef protection programme and a giant clam-breeding project. As in traditional Fijian villages, buildings are tailored to their tropical environment, with natural, flow-through ventilation, sustainable timber construction and roofs thatched from local reeds. Produce from the organic garden is served in the restaurant, eco-friendly Pure Fiji toiletries are used in the spa, and water is recycled through lotus-dotted lagoons.