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10 Best Family Resorts in Nadi

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Family Accommodation in Nadi

On a Fiji vacation to Nadi, where is the best place to stay for families? We go through all the best family resorts in Nadi in this list, taking into account the availability of babysitting services, entertainment for the kids and rooms suitable for families. So whatever the size of your tribe or whatever your budget or mood, you’ll find the perfect family accommodation in Nadi for you within this list!

While you’re here, check out our Guide to Nadi for Families, as well as 29 Essential Tips for Travelling to Fiji With Children.

1. First Landing Beach Resort

A short drive away from Nadi yet feels like a world away from the hustle and bustle is the First Landing Beach Resort. The resort is a haven for a family getaway with the Nalamu Kids Club available to entertain your kids with Fijian fun and games. The waterfront resort has bures (Fijian word for a bungalow), apartments and even private villas with their own pool to cater to families big and small. Babysitting services are also available for a fee.

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2. Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

The luxury resort on the edge of a blue lagoon is a place where both you and your kids will have a hard time leaving. The Turtles Kids’ Club has both indoor and outdoor play areas with a children’s play park, as well as scheduled activities to engage in the Fijian culture. The contemporary family bures overlooking the lagoon are the perfect place to relax and enjoy some quality family time together.

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3. Fiji Gateway Hotel

It feels like you literally roll out of the plane and you arrive at the Fiji Gateway Hotel. At least that means the painful travel section of your trip comes to an end pretty quickly! Treat your family to a stylish Deluxe Family Room at the Fiji Gateway Hotel to sleep up to a family of five, with two separate sleeping spaces and a living area. Enjoy a relaxing family dinner at their Palm Court Restaurants and make a splash in the large resort pool.

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4. Tokatoka Resort

Another resort you won’t have to travel too far from the airport for, the Tokatoka Resort offers Family Villas accommodating a family of four all sharing the same space. The kids will love the pool complete with a tropical-themed waterslide and waterfalls.

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5. Ramada Suites Wailoaloa Beach

Fiji time” is best spent on the waterfront, so consider staying in the Ramada Suites at Nadi’s Wailoaloa Beach. Families can choose from either the Two Bedroom Ocean View Suite or Beach Front Suite with a lounge area and cooking facilities should you want to make up your own family meals. There’s also a kids pool, 2-lane pool and the beach just outside!

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6. Tanoa Skylodge Hotel

There are two types of rooms suitable for families at the Tanoa Skylodge Hotel. The Superior Rooms sleeps three people (or four for an extra FJ$30-$40 charge), while the Family Room has its own cooking facilities and sleeps up to four people (five at an extra charge). In between seeing the sights of Nadi that we mention in the 10 Things to Do in Nadi with Kids, enjoy the pool and kiddy pool, as well as the indoor soccer, basketball court and beach volleyball.

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7. Grand West’s Villas

Enjoy a family holiday without breaking the bank at the Grand West’s Villas. The two-bedroom two-storey villas, each room with an ensuite, gives parents and kids their own space, while the kitchen is a pleasant place for family time, as is the tennis court and swimming pool complete with a waterslide! Find this gem on Newton Road near Wailoaloa Beach.

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8. Wailoaloa Beach Resort

Another affordable option for families, this time at the beachfront destination of Wailoaloa, is the Wailoaloa Beach Resort. Their Family Self-Contained Villas have kitchen facilities to spruce up your own creations – perhaps from one of the local produce markets. Children also have access to the children’s playground, as well as gardens and a swimming pool. A few services you might find helpful are babysitting services, as well as car hire.

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9. Bayview Cove Resort

Located on the outskirts of Nadi, Bayview Cove Resort offers two-bedroom Villas that can accommodate up to six people. You’ll have a fully-equipped kitchen for that “home away from home” feel. Between the lush garden walkways and riverside views, there’s a pool, restaurant with kids meals, barbecue facilities and free WiFi available.

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10. Club Fiji Resort

Last but certainly not least, the Club Fiji Resort is definitely a great place to consider for a Nadi holiday. The resort is located on the beachfront of Nadi Bay offering great-value Ocean View Family Bures with self-catering facilities, not that you’ll want to use it with the different themed nights at the restaurant. Free breakfast is also included in the rates for these family bures accommodating up to six people. As for facilities, there’s a pool, beachfront hammocks, pool table, live music, beach volleyball and plenty of water activities available straight from the beach. We also added this resort to our The Guide to Nadi on a Budget.

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More About Family Resorts in Nadi

That’s it from the best family resorts in Nadi. 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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