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10 Best Family Accommodation in Suva

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Family Rooms in Suva

Families visiting friends in Suva or taking a family trip to explore Fiji’s capital will find a mixed bag of family accommodation in Suva. From five-star historic hotels to “Airbnb” apartments, your options and prices are broad, but that’s only a bad thing for the possible decision fatigue! Even in Suva, you can get that slice of “Fiji time” with outdoor swimming pools to keep the kids entertained to luxurious spas for mum or dad to unwind. Check out your options in this list of family accommodation in Suva!

While you’re here, check out our Guide to Suva for Families for more advice.

1. Suva Motor Inn

With good-value rooms surrounding a large outdoor swimming pool, waterslide and a hot tub, the Suva Motor Inn is definitely worth considering for a family stay in Suva! The rooms were made with families in mind, with each child getting their own bed. Choose between the spacious Deluxe Double Room or one of the self-contained apartments, not that you’ll need to cook for yourself with the poolside restaurant serving up affordable Fijian and Western dishes all day. See more option like this in our 10 Budget Accommodation in Suva.

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2. Holiday Inn Suva

There’s never a dull moment for the kids at the Holiday Inn Suva, especially with the kids having the choice of both an indoor and an outdoor children’s pool. The rooms and suites have a TV and high-speed Internet keeping the kids entertained when enjoying some downtime in the comfortable rooms. Choose between Guest Rooms with two queen beds or Suites with a separate living room and balcony.

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3. Novotel Suva Lami Bay

Perhaps more of a treat for mum and dad than the kids, the Novotel Suva Lami Bay hotel offers four-star luxury on the waterfront. The clean and well-appointed rooms have two queen-sized beds, large enough to fit families of three or four. With access to an outdoor swimming pool, spa and waterfront views, Novotel feels much more “island-style” than “inner-city chaos”. The hotel is a short walk from the markets and only a 15-minutes drive from the city centre. be inspired for activities with our 10 Things to Do in Suva with Kids!

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4. Quest Suva

Feel right at home in the apartments of Quest Suva. Ideally located in the city centre, you’re not too far from all the city’s major attractions and restaurants, not that you’ll need to eat out with a modern kitchen to cook up meals for the whole family. The Two Bedroom Executive Apartments are ideal for families accommodating up to five people. The apartments offer a pleasant retreat after a busy day in the city.

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5. Colo-i-Suva Rainforest Eco Resort

Find that “Fiji holiday resort” accommodation only 10 minutes drive from Suva in the beautiful Colo-i-Suva Forest Park. Gaze out across a tranquil lake as you tuck into delish food at their restaurant, visit the nearby walks and waterfalls, kayak on the lake, swim in the pool or enjoy a cultural village visit. There are plenty of budget accommodation options for families, with children under 15 years staying for free!

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6. Grand Pacific Hotel

Another treat for mum and dad, spoil yourself with heritage charm and luxury at the Grand Pacific Hotel. This historic hotel has a wide range of rooms and suites sleeping up to three people to two rooms can be booked out for four. Whatever you choose, the whole family will experience five-star luxury with several sensational dining options, an outdoor swimming pool on the waterfront and a day spa. For more options like this, see our list of 10 Luxury Accommodation in Suva.

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7. Capricorn Apartment Hotel

Just across the road from Suva’s port, the Capricorn Apartment Hotel has a great location for exploring Suva, while being its own little retreat from the hustle and bustle. Spend the afternoons splashing with the kids in the pool then enjoy a family meal at the end of the day using the kitchen facilities provided in each apartment.

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8. Tagimoucia House Hotel

You’ll struggle to find better value than the Family Rooms at the Tagimoucia House Hotel. The boutique hotel overlooks picturesque gardens with a volleyball court, basketball hoop and a children’s playground. Guests can make use of the shared kitchen and barbecue areas, as well as enjoy a drink at the bar. The hotel is located on the outskirts of the city along Laucala Bay.

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9. Kidsfirst Apartment

For larger families, there’s always the option to book a private apartment listed on Airbnb or The “Kidsfirst Apartment” on Duncan Road, for instance, accommodates up to six people and provides all the comforts a busy family would need: kitchen, washing machine, TV and more!

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10. Town House Apartment Hotel

Your final option is another budget affair, this time offering family apartments with a balcony. Breakfast is also included at the Town House Apartment Hotel. Rooms vary in quality and decor so it might be worth asking to see the room before committing!

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More About Family Accommodation in Suva

That’s it from the best family accommodations in Suva. See how they compare to the 20 Best Family Resorts in Fiji. Plus, get even more tips in The Complete Travel Guide to Fiji for Families.


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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