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15 Best Fiji Luxury Resorts for Families

Famous for its 333 sun-drenched islands, Fiji is an alluring paradise in the South Pacific Ocean surrounded by idyllic white-sand beaches and aquamarine waters. An exploration of the archipelago’s colourful underwater marvels and natural wonders shouldn’t be rushed, as you’re on island time in Fiji.

With over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve highlighted the top-rated hotels in Fiji for families where you can enjoy postcard-worthy views from luxurious bure-style accommodation. In addition to the seemingly endless stretch of exquisite shoreline, the resorts in Fiji  offer leisurely days filled with pampering spas, fine-dining restaurants and once-in-a-lifetime outdoor adventures. “Bula!” to paradise, as locals would say.

Hotels in the Western Division

view of an idyllic island with a boat, palm trees and coral reef in Fiji

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Yaqeta Island Hotels

Navutu Stars Resort

Navutu Stars Resort, family resort in fiji

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The only boutique resort on the secluded Yaqeta Island, Navutu Stars Resort boasts 10 beachfront bungalows set against a crystal-clear lagoon. This eco-luxury tropical sanctuary has solar power, organic gardens and fresh spring water sourced from natural bores.

Choose from a Garden, Beachfront or Grand bure, where you’ll be treated to cathedral-style open ceilings, traditionally thatched roofs and oversized sunken tubs. The outdoor pool is surrounded by sun loungers, while popular outdoor adventures include guided hikes to Navokavoka, boat trips around the Yasawa islands and an excursion to the underwater Sawailau Caves.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: FJD 384 – FJD 1,073
Guest Rating: 9.6
Address: Yasawa archipelago, Yaqeta Island, Matayalevu, Fiji

Tokoriki Island Hotels

Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island

Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island, family resort

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Located on the idyllic Mamanuca archipelago, Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island is a kid-friendly paradise. Families can choose from 101 rooms, including the Island Family Suite with Plunge Pool rooms that sleep up to four and boast a modern design and a private deck overlooking hills.

The little ones can visit the LaiLai Kids Club to enjoy painting, beach games and ice-cream making, while adults will want to splurge on a Tokoriki Retreat Signature Massage. Fuel up at one of the three on-site restaurants, from the upscale Flying Fish Tokoriki to the cafe-style tapas at The Bistro and poolside service at Sala Bar.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: FJD 278 – FJD 1,152
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Tokoriki Island, Mamanuca Islands, Fiji

Yasawa Islands Hotels

Yasawa Island Resort And Spa

Yasawa Island Resort And Spa, Fiji family resort

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“Yasawa” means heaven in Fijian, and the all-inclusive Yasawa Island Resort and Spa earns its name with 18 traditionally-thatched bungalows steps from crystal-clear water and white-sand beach. You’ll find separate living areas, an expansive deck and a hammock strung between the palms.

Dining experiences here are extraordinary, such as dining on fish, crab and lobster overlooking the resort’s sparkling outdoor pool. Head to Manasa’s Bar for everything from morning espresso to tropical cocktails or go on an excursion to the Blue Lagoon Caves to swim in its hidden chambers linked to the sea by underwater passages.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: FJD 2,054 – FJD 4,625
Guest Rating: 9.6
Address: Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Yasawa Island, Fiji

Coconut Beach Resort

Coconut Beach Resort, family resort

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Offering a front-row seat to some of Fiji’s most picturesque landscapes, Coconut Beach Resort is a dreamy tropical getaway with beach bungalows and villas. Nestled in a turquoise lagoon, six spacious guest bures feature locally sourced natural timbers and are adorned with local artwork. Relax on your private porch area and soak up the uninterrupted beach views.

Start your morning off right with a buffet breakfast, then head out for a day of beach walks, snorkelling and kayaking. You can also attend a traditional Kava Ceremony, visit the famous Sawa-I-Lau caves or play a round of coconut bowling.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: FJD 624 – FJD 784
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Tavewa Island, Yasawa, Fiji

Viwa Island Resort

Viwa Island Resort, family resort

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With 11 private bures overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Viwa Island Resort is an adults-only haven that offers true serenity. High ceilings and elegant shutters invite cool ocean breezes into spacious living area with contemporary furnishings, private balconies and separate lounge rooms.

You’ll find some of the best snorkelling on the island right off the beach, while scuba diving and fishing excursions reveal vibrant aquatic life. After the sun sets on another day in paradise, enjoy local Fijian songs performed by the island’s resident band.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: FJD 788 – FJD 2,321
Guest Rating: 9.8
Address: Viwa Island, Fiji

Vomo Island Hotels

Vomo Island Resort

Vomo Island Resort, family resort

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Set on two private islands, Vomo Island Resort is an intoxicating mix of world-class cuisine, outdoor excursions and genuine hospitality. Offering 28 resort villas and four luxury holiday residences , the resort’s Royal Room offers three bedrooms, a swimming pool, all-inclusive meals and a beachfront setting that is perfect for families.

Start your day with a freshly blended Vomo Detox juice at Vuda Bar, then climb to the peak of Mount Vomo for stunning panoramic views before unwinding with a massage at VOMO’s Kui Spa. Travelling with the kids? VOMO’s Kids Village includes bright and colourful play areas for “Little Islanders” with interactive features, run by one of Vomo Island Resort’s fantastic Baby Butlers.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: FJD 1,841 – FJD 2,432
Guest Rating: 9.8
Address: Beachfront, Vomo Island, Fiji

Hotel Location

Hotels in the Northern Division

Empty hammock in the shade of palm trees

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Vanua Levu Hotels

The Remote Resort

The Remote Resort, family resort

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Catering to honeymooners, scuba divers and those seeking privacy, The Remote Resort offers guests a secluded and luxurious experience in northern Fiji. It’s home to eight villas along 25 hectares of terracotta coconut palms, with each one boasting direct ocean views and private plunge pools.

When you’re ready for a feast, the chefs can set up a deserted beach picnic, private in-villa dining or serve fresh seafood on the beachfront deck. Vanua Levu island is known for its diving and snorkelling opportunities, due to its proximity to Rainbow Reef, while plenty of cultural activities are on offer, such as visits to a local Fijian village, cooking demonstrations and a traditional sing-song ceremony.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: FJD 1,208 – FJD 1,625
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Rainbow Reef, Vanua Levu, Fiji

Emaho Sekawa Resort

Emaho Sekawa Resort, Fiji family resort

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A perfect place to get off the grid and soak up a gorgeous island ambience, Emaho Sekawa Resort is perched high on a hill on Fiji’s second-largest island, Vanua Levu. There are only three villas, where you can wake up to the sound of waves, take a dip in your private plunge pool and relax in your open-air lounge without being near any neighbours.

Surrounded by hundreds of hectares of tropical rainforest, the traditional Fijian thatched roof bures provide panoramic ocean views as you sip on an “Emaho” cocktail. The Bula Pavilion Restaurant & Bar serves romantic dinners under the stars, while the Emaho Sekawa spa uses local ingredients, such as coconut oil, in their range of body treatments.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: FJD 2,412 – FJD 3,458
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Sekawa Beach Estate, Savusavu, Fiji

Namale The Fiji Islands Resort & Spa

Spread across over 200 hectares of Fiji’s northern coast, Namale The Fiji Islands Resort & Spa is an all-inclusive resort with 19 luxury bures and villas where A-list celebrities like Edward Norton and Russell Crowe have stayed. Each villa has a unique layout, including private pools and ocean views in addition to king-size beds, spacious decks and freshly baked cookies daily.

Disappear into total relaxation at the 1,000-square-metre award-winning spa perched on the edge of the Koro Sea, where you can enjoy a traditional Bobo massage and ocean views. You can admire Fiji’s tropical fish on a snorkelling excursion, enjoy a private dinner on the beach or go on a hike through the rainforest to a hidden waterfall.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: FJD 1,827 – FJD 3,673
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Hibiscus Hwy, Savusavu, Fiji

Nukubati Island Resort

Nukubati Island Resort, family resort

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The ultimate eco resort escape, Nukubati Island Resort feels like a natural extension to the island’s lush landscapes with its environmentally conscious practices. An intimate all-inclusive resort, the seven bures and suites are traditionally designed and include a front verandah overlooking the beach for prime sunset viewing. They also feature separate lounge areas, spacious bathrooms and queen-size beds.

The resort specialises in laid-back luxury, so you’ll find plenty of places to relax, from short bushwalks around the island to hammocks set up on the beach for soaking up the salty breeze . Grab a fruity cocktail from the on-site bar or see the island from a different perspective on a day of stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking or boating.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: FJD 4,887 – FJD 6,876
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Nukubati Island, Fiji 93401, Fiji

Hotel Location

Taveuni Island Hotels

Taveuni Island Resort & Spa

Taveuni Island Resort & Spa, Fiji family resort

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Sitting on four hectares of colourful tropical gardens overlooking the ocean, Taveuni Island Resort & Spa spoils you from the moment you arrive. Each villa has an open plan with small kitchenettes and spacious outdoor living areas, where you can see stunning views of the Somosomo Straits from the comfort of your king-size bed.

Staying here gives you access to an array of beautiful dive sites, such as the Great White Wall, where you’ll find multi-hued soft coral and abundant fish life. Foodies will delight in the seafood culinary experiences found at Taveuni Island Resort Restaurant & Bar, which boasts its own organic farm and garden.

Star Rating: 1.5*
Price: FJD 3,910 – FJD 9,379
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Kanathea, Fiji

Taveuni Palms Resort

Taveuni Palms Resort, family resort

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Surrounded by swaying coconut trees, Taveuni Palms Resort sits on the edge of a golden beach. Each villa has its own hectare of land, where you’ll have access to a private pool, beach and personal staff of seven. Soft cream and white hues create a sense of serenity, while the spacious bedrooms feature super king-size beds, outdoor showers, large daybed sofas and hammocks.

Begin your day by watching dolphins swim past from your private deck, then head out island hopping to nearby Horseshoe Bay, Long Beach and Laucala Island. Take a coastal walk to the eastern part of the island, where you can jump from cascading waterfalls into crystal-clear rock pools.

Star Rating: 3.5*
Price: FJD 3,634 – FJD 3,756
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Matei, Fiji

Laucala Island Hotels

Matangi Private Island Resort

Matangi Private Island Resort, family resort

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A haven for fishing enthusiasts, Matangi Private Island Resort offers year-round fishing excursions in open-water reefs filled with tuna, mahimahi and Spanish mackerel. Even if you’re not a fishing fan, the resort’s 100-hectare horseshoe island paradise will lure you in with beachfront bures featuring private sun decks, outdoor lava rock showers and outdoor Jacuzzis.

Couples on HotelsCombined rave about the on-site dining at the Vale-Ni-Kana Dining Room, where you’ll find 270-degree ocean and garden views. Dine on fresh seafood caught by local fishermen and sip on a glass of wine or champagne as you listen to the soothing melodies by the Matagi Serenaders.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: FJD 1,211 – FJD 1,504
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Matangi Island Fiji, Matangi Island, Fiji

Hotel Location

Hotels in the Eastern Division

Ovalau island

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Oneta Resort

Oneta Resort, family resort

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A great place to experience Fijian culture, Oneta Resort is a small family-run eco resort in one of the most untouched areas of Kadavu Island. You’ll find plenty of adventure in authentic Fijian-style accommodation on beachfront property tucked away in a quiet area of Ono Island.

The luxurious Turtle Lair has a spacious private deck, along with thatched roofs, king-size beds and a bamboo enclosed outdoor shower. Alternatively, opt for a beachfront bure with mahogany floors or a garden bure nestled amongst fruit trees. Spend your days exploring the secluded beaches and mangrove passages nearby on a kayak, take a hike on the uninhabited island of Vatulutu or witness the waterfalls on Kadavu.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: FJD 2,400 – FJD 6,400
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Ono island, Oneta Beach, Fiji

Hotel Location

Hotels in the Central Division

Suva, Fiji,

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Pacific Harbour Hotels

Nanuku Auberge Resort

Nanuku Auberge Resort

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Set on Fiji’s main island Viti Levu, Nanuku Auberge Resort is a sanctuary for relaxation with 18 Fijian-style suite and villa accommodations. Offering a blend of contemporary and traditional Fijian decor, the open-air design of the hotel features inspiring ocean views nestled on a beautiful three-kilometre beach.

The rooms feature separate living areas, private outdoor showers and swimming pools, but it’s the array of outdoor activities that are really impressive. Find your zen at a morning yoga class, before kayaking, jet skiing or snorkelling around the island’s tropical landscapes. Rejuvenate with a massage at the intimate Lomana Spa and Wellness Centre or indulge in freshly-caught seafood at Kanavata Restaurant and Lounge.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: FJD 1,148 – FJD 4,259
Guest Rating: 9.8
Address: 11 Nanuku Drive, Fiji

Hotel Location

Tropical Landscapes and Ultimate Luxury

Soaking up the sunshine in tropical landscapes are a top priority in Fiji, renowned as the ultimate island getaway. From stunning ocean views to private beach dinners, outdoor pools and award-winning spas, the accommodation in Fiji spoils you with luxurious amenities and easy access to the island’s natural wonders.

What outdoor adventure is on your Fiji bucket list? Let us know in the comments.

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