Hotels in Fiji

The hotels in Fiji that you'll be able to choose from depend on the island you're visiting. On the more remote ones, choices will be limited and often rustic. For the adventurous eco-traveler looking to get away from it all, these guesthouses can be ideal. If your deserted island dream includes Italian linens and soaking tubs, there are more options on Vitu Levu and Vanua Levu. The towns with the most hotels in Fiji are Nadi and Suva, both on Vitu Levu. These popular resort areas have an array of hostels, budget options, and some luxury properties considered among the best hotels in Fiji, including a Sofitel and a Radisson Blu in the Denarau Island development, near Nadi. Off of Vitu Levu's southern coast on private Yanuca Island, you'll find Shangri-La's Fijian Resort and Spa, which tops many lists of the best Fiji hotels. On Vanua Levu, Jean-Michel Cousteau's Fiji Island Resort has 25 bures (thatched bungalows) on 17 acres of grounds. Perhaps not surprisingly given that Jean-Michel is Jacques' son, the resort also has a full-time marine biologist who is happy to share tips on what to do in Fiji, at least below the sea. 

Located on the northwestern coast of Malolo Island, this adults-only resort makes full use of the surrounding coral-reef lagoon with its over-water and beachfront bures (thatched-roof bungalows).

Fijians are known for their fine-tuned sense of hospitality, and indeed, the Koro Sun resort makes guests feel very much at home.

Vorovoro Island is home to only one tourism effort—the Tribewanted project, which invites visitors to participate in volunteer projects to support the local economy.

An eight-acre gumdrop of an island has been turned into the Royal Davui Island Resort by the Southwicks, a fifth-generation Fijian family who also operate a commercial fishing fleet in the area—hence, the sashimi of yellowfin tuna on the dinner menu.

Nestled in greenery on the shores of Fiji’s Beqa Island (40 minutes by boat from Viti Levu), this all-villa property caters to honeymooners as well as families looking to unwind in the South Pacific.