When I’m yearning for a relaxing tropical break,  I always turn to Fiji. It’s one of my favourite destinations to just chill out, eat eat and eat and then swim your heart out. It helps that it’s not far from Australia and I’m pretty sure the Fijians invented the word chill (well, fairly sure anyway 😜). 

Turns out I’m not the only one who craves Bula time – people are always asking me for my tips on where to stay in Fiji, so here they are: 

INTERCONTINENTAL FIJI 

Located arguably on Fiji’s most spectacular stretch of coastline, this resort will not disappoint. There is something for everyone: a bright kids club for the little ones, a championship golf course for the golf lover and the stunning spa for those needing some R&R. Not to mention the fine dining options and adults only pool. 

 

RADISSON BLU

This resort consistently wins the travels choice award from TripAdvisor and is highly regarded as a family friendly resort. It’s easy to see why! An array of pools cater to all ages and the swim up bar is sure to be a hit with the adults. Radisson BLU is located on Denaru and is in close proximity to the airport which makes it a great destination if you are short on time.    


VOMO ISLAND
 

If you are looking for an island getaway, search no more. We arrived by helicopter after a 20min scenic flight to absolute paradise. Vomo is a more intimate resort with just a scattering of bures which ensures the very best service. The highlight for me was sunset drinks at the Rocks Bar. A simply magical experience as the sun sets and the bats from a nearby island take flight to greet the night. 
  


MALOLO ISLAND 

Malolo is an intimate, rustic resort. It’s about a bure near the beach, enjoying the natural beauty and making the most of the water sports on offer. The spacious bures are very family friendly with flexible floor plans that allow the lounge room to be converted to a sleeping area for the kids.   

Do you have a favourite resort in Fiji? 

Take a look at my other posts on Fiji here: 

Fiji Favourites 

Tropical Getaways to beat the Winter blues 

 Natadola Nights