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10 Best Family Resorts on the Coral Coast

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Family Rooms on the Fiji Coral Coast

A holiday on the glorious Coral Coast of Fiji means putting the kids first. The wealth of exciting activities available is mind-blowing, and it’s a destination that the whole family is sure to want to visit several times – just take a look at our 10 Things to Do on the Coral Coast with Kids to see what we mean. Families get to stay together in the family-friendly rooms available at the mid-range to five-star resorts. Wherever you stay, you’re sure to feel like you’re in paradise, but to make the decision a little easier we’ve compiled a list of family resorts on the Coral Coast with fabulous family rooms, kids clubs and/or exciting family-friendly activities.

While you’re here, don’t miss our The Guide to the Coral Coast for Families.

1. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

Kids are at the centre of a holiday at the Outrigger Beach Resort. Kids will be with others their own age in the fantastic kid’s clubs with the Little Riggers for ages 3-7 years, Beach Riggers for 8-12 years and the teens club for ages 13+ years. Families have a real choice of rooms to suit their needs and budgets, from stylish and contemporary Ocean View rooms to the spacious Plantation Family Bure (bungalow). At the end of a day adventuring or relaxing, sit down to a family meal at the Sundowner Bar & Grill where kids eat free! Learn more about the kid’s clubs in our 7 Best Kids Clubs on the Coral Coast.

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2. The Naviti Resort

More luxury awaits at The Naviti Resort in Korolevu. Just try to resist The Naviti Resort’s “kids stay and eat free” programme where children under 12 years stay for free when with parents in one room and eat all meals for free. While the little ones are enjoying cultural experiences at the Ratu & Adi Vonu Kids Club, spend some time relaxing at the spa or try those scuba diving lessons you have always dreamed of. Families tend to stay together in one of their Ocean-View Rooms, which is a standard room but comfortable enough. See more accommodation like this in our 6 Best Luxury Resorts on the Coral Coast.

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3. InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

The Coral Coast is full of luxury escapes and you have yet more choice at the fabulous InterContinental Fiji Resort. The resort is one of the largest in Fiji spread across the stunning white sands of Natadola Beach. Each room at the resort has a large outdoor living space as well as Cleopatra baths. But what about the kids? Treat them (and yourselves) to the Planet Trekkers Kids Club while you have access to a wealth of indulgent experiences, from the day spa to the golf course. There will be plenty of opportunities to reconnect with your loved ones in the Two Bedroom Suites and Interconnecting Rooms.

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4. Gecko’s Resort

For something more affordable but still not lacking in fun or luxury, try Gecko’s Resort. Families can stay in the Interconnecting Studio Units in-between days of splashing in the pool, enjoying Polynesian dance and fire shows, getting the little one’s hair braided, going for a bike ride, playing volleyball and so much more! With only 28 rooms, the resort feels in complete contrast to the larger resorts in the area.

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5. Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa

Kids stay (using existing bedding), play (at the kid’s clubs) and eat for free at the Fiji Hideaway Resort! They will love the playground and Hermit Crab Kids Club, while mum and dad can relax at the Day Spa Village, go surfing or scuba diving. Nights are filled with entertainment for all the family with quizzes to get the whole family to work together, as well as Fijian cultural nights and shows. After all that, kick back in the family-friendly Frangipani Bure, Ocean View Bure and Two Bedroom Bure.

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6. Likuri Island Resort

Don’t just take a day trip to the popular Likuri Island Resort, stay there in one of their Island Lodges or larger Family Lodges! The resort, formerly known as Robinson Crusoe Island Resort, is often described as an “island playground” surrounded by crystal clear waters to make use of their complimentary kayaks, paddleboards and snorkelling equipment. Additionally, the resort has a kids club, Fijian weaving, cooking and craft lessons to keep the little ones entertained with or without the family. Meanwhile, try to keep dad off the jet skis or a sports fishing tour, or mum out of the Likuri Spa!

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7. Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa

Connected by a causeway to the Coral Coast, Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort is a dreamy retreat for families on the private Yanuca Island. Kids will have a blast at the Children’s Pool or the Little Chief’s Club. All the family have the chance to get up close to the coral reef through the Shangri-La Marine Education Centre or tackle the rodeo slide, monkey bars and action tower of the water park. Families stay in the family-dedicated Yanuca Lagoon Wing of the resort. What’s more, children under 12 years eat free!

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8. Mango Bay Resort

For the family that wants to spend quality time together throughout their holiday, consider the tropical paradise of the Mango Bay Resort. Nestled in the forest, the Mango Bay Resort makes guests feel instantly connected to nature with the Garden and Beachfront Bures blending in with the surroundings. Families will get their own space in the two-bedroom bures, while enjoying experiences together like horse riding, snorkelling, village tours, waterfall walks, kayaking and oh-so-much more!

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9. The Warwick Fiji

Want to see more luxury? The Warwick Fiji is a prestigious address on the Coral Coast offering a superb kids club and free buffets for kids. There’s plenty of adventure out on the water that you can all enjoy together, from glass-bottom boat tours to fish feeding. Plus, there will be occasions for the kids to make a splash in the kiddie pool! Families will stay together sharing Garden-View Rooms, Ocean-View Rooms and the Superior Garden View Room. See more resorts with glass-bottom boats in the 10 Best Resorts in Fiji with Glass-Bottom Boats.

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10. Bedarra Beach Inn

Families of four or travelling with babies will find something much more affordable at the popular Bedarra Beach Inn. The Deluxe, Superior and Superior-Premium rooms are set up with a king bed with rollaway beds and cots available. Bedarra Beach Inn makes a great base for the Coral Coast’s exciting day tours, such as the Kula WILD Adventure Park (more info on Viator and Tripadvisor), a number of cruises and day trips up the Navua River. Or stay at the accommodation for pool days and complimentary kayaking, reef walking and snorkelling at the Lagoon Reef. Check out more budget options in our 10 Best Budget Accommodation on the Coral Coast.

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More About Family Resort on the Coral Coast

That’s it from the best family resorts on the Coral Coast. 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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