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10 Best Budget Accommodation in Suva

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Cheap Accommodation in Suva

Fiji might be renowned for being an expensive holiday destination but that’s certainly not the case when staying in the capital. Suva is packed with wonderful free attractions, parks and even a national heritage park on its doorstep. What’s more, staying in the city doesn’t have to be costly when staying in one of these budget accommodation in Suva! Check it out in this list of budget hotels, apartments, hostels and homestays across the city.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Guide to Suva on a Budget, as well as 10 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Suva!

1. Capricorn Apartment Hotel

Centrally located and offering rooms for all traveller types, you can’t go too far wrong with the Capricorn Apartment Hotel. In self-contained apartments for couples up to large families, budget travellers can save a whole lot of money by cooking their own meals. The hotel rooms surround a central outdoor swimming pool.

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2. Colo-i-Suva Rainforest Eco Resort

Get straight into holiday mode at the Colo-i-Suva Rainforest Eco Resort. This peaceful haven located in the Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, just a 10-minute drive from downtown Suva, and has a wide range of budget accommodation for couples, families and groups. The on-site restaurant overlooking a tranquil lake offers a range of affordable meals, while other facilities include a swimming pool, kayaking on the lake and proximity to the Colo-i-Suva Forest walks and waterfalls.

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3. Colonial Lodge

Backpackers have a place in Suva too, thanks to accommodation like the Colonial Lodge. Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac yet within walking distance of the city’s attractions, Colonial Lodge is a renovated 70-year-old bungalow offering a homely atmosphere. The accommodation is like a hybrid of a homestay and a backpacker hostel with dorm room accommodation and friendly owners and their pets.

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4. Siris Apartments & Hotel

Located a short distance from Nausori Airport and on the edge of the Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, Siris Apartments & Hotel offers a great alternative to Suva’s city centre hotels. The recently-renovated hotel rooms have a fresh and clean look. Choose between four room types catering to couples and small families, with some rooms having basic kitchen facilities.

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5. Tagimoucia House Hotel

A colonial-style hotel overlooking picturesque gardens, the Tagimoucia House Hotel is well worth considering budget stays in Suva. While the hotel offers good rates for couples, the best prices are for the family rooms. Plus, the playground, gardens and sports courts will keep the kids entertained during your stay. Find the Tagimoucia House Hotel on the Laucala Bay side of Suva. See more options like this in our 10 Family Accommodation in Suva.

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6. Town House Apartment Hotel

Simple, centrally-located and offering great-value food, Town House Apartment Hotel does the trick. The hotel has a range of budget self-contained apartments, basic twin and double rooms – some recently-renovated feeling miles better than some of the older rooms. The on-site restaurant has food specials throughout the day. See more self-catering accommodation like this in our 10 Best Accommodation in Suva for Foodies.

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7. Elixir Hotel & Serviced Apartments

Another fantastic budget option centrally located in Suva is the Elixir Hotel & Serviced Apartments. Albert Park is a moment’s stroll away, just seen from the private balconies each room has. Rooms have an ensuite, TV and fridge, as well as room service should you want to order a meal. Otherwise, make your way to the hotel’s restaurant and wander to all the amazing restaurants close by.

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8. South Seas Private Hotel

A fantastic backpacker-style accommodation right in the centre of Suva, South Seas Private Hotel is a fantastic choice for solo travellers, couples and small groups. Almost within sight of the Fiji Museum, the hostel makes an ideal base for exploring the city before returning to the clean and comfortable accommodation. The hostel has a characterful nautical theme and is made up of dormitory rooms, single rooms, twin/double rooms and ensuite rooms.

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9. Pisces Hostel

Stay in a nine-bedroom home turned backpacker hostel at the Pisces Hostel in central Suva. Choose one of the basic but comfortable private rooms and make use of the coffee shop and restaurants serving some of the cheapest breakfasts in town! The social atmosphere will ensure a memorable stay with fellow travellers in Suva.

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[CLOSED] Al’s Bed & Breakfast

An extremely popular budget b&b/homestay experience, Al’s Bed & Breakfast might be a little out of town but it’s nothing that a quick bus or taxi ride can’t remedy. While the well-appointed guest room is suitable for couples or couples with one child, what people love most about staying at Al’s are the breakfasts. See more accommodation like this in our 8 Best Homestays in Suva.

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More About Budget Accommodation in Suva

That’s it for the best budget accommodations in Suva. You might also want to check out the 10 Best Budget Resorts in Fiji. Plus, don’t forget to bookmark The Complete Travel Guide to Fiji on a Budget. Trust us, there’s a lot of useful tips in there!


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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