Fiji Coral Coast Hotels
Wandering where to stay on the Coral Coast of Fiji? The spectacular coastal area of Fiji’s largest island, Viti Levu, might be famous for its resorts, but what about alternative accommodation? What about the hotels on the Coral Coast? We’ll go through some of your best options in this list of Coral Coast hotels!
Plus, while you’re here, don’t miss our The Complete Guide to the Coral Coast.
1. Bedarra Beach Inn
Beachfront location, outdoor pool and a spectacular restaurant serving Fijian cuisine: the Bedarra Beach Inn provides that Coral Coast resort experience at a budget hotel price. Stay in one of their light and airy rooms, suitable for solo travellers, couples and families, and enjoy a relaxed stay enhanced by the on-site day spa. Guests also have the chance to explore the nearby lagoon with free use of kayaks, snorkelling gear and reef shoes. See more like this in our 9 Best Budget Accommodation on the Coral Coast.
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2. The View Fiji
It hardly gets more peaceful than the boutique adult-only resort of The View at Maui Bay. There are only four stunning villas surrounding an outdoor pool on the beachfront, one even has its own pool, so it never feels too crowded. Catering to only adult guests, The View is ideal for a romantic getaway, as well as honeymoons and weddings. The villas have their own massage service, terrace restaurant and activities from fishing to Fijian weaving. See more accommodation like this in our 6 Adult-Only Resorts on the Coral Coast.
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3. The Beachhouse
Backpackers and budget travellers, don’t miss The Beachhouse! Stay in one of their dorms, ensuite private rooms with an outdoor shower, or garden huts amidst lush tropical forest on the beachfront. The backpacker hostel resort is the perfect place to relax with friends, take part in a free yoga class or indulge in Fijian food; or get active with free use of canoes, kayaks and more!
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4. Shalini Garden Hotel & Apartments
Ideally located in the heart of Sigatoka, the Shalini Garden Hotel & Apartments is a great choice for independent travellers who are more interested in exploring than staying in a resort. Make use of your own kitchen in these self-contained apartments suitable for couples up to larger groups. Relax in the garden, pick the tropical fruit and take a stroll into town. The tour desk can also organise plenty of activities for you too. For more self-catering options, take a look at 10 Best Accommodation on the Coral Coast for Foodies.
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5. Maui Palms
For a bit of luxury and more space to yourself, consider the Maui Palms private villas at Maui Bay. The villa hotels offer four beautifully-designed villas, two types of rooms with a spa bath, and their grand Pacific Penthouse. The luxury villa accommodation is best for a romantic getaway of doing, well, not much of anything. Just relaxing by the pool, taking long strolls on the beach and indulging in fresh Fijian seafood at the on-site restaurant. See more options like this in our 6 Best Luxury Resorts on the Coral Coast.
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6. Blue West Villas
Another fantastic self-catering hotel on the Coral Coast is the Blue West Villas, ideal for couples and families who want to make a few of their own meals, as well as make use of the on-site restaurant. The apartments surround an outdoor pool and garden area with the waterfront just moments away. The villas also offer a range of activities from snorkelling to hat weaving to island excursions.
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7. Gecko’s Resort
Moving onto more “resort-style” accommodation, as there are plenty of them on the Coral Coast, Gecko’s Resort is a budget to mid-range resort famous for its Polynesian dance and fire shows. Apart from that, the resort rooms are scattered across lush gardens made up of studio units and interconnecting studio units for families. The resort also has a swimming pool, beauty salon, sports courts, bikes to hire, as well as a tour desk to arrange your activities.
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8. Namolevu Beach Bures
This Fijian-owned hotel on the Coral Coast is affordable, relaxing and offers real a Fijian experience. It never feels too crowded with only four Ocean View Bure and four Beach Front Bure cocooned in the natural surrounding of hills, forest and beach. You don’t have to break the bank to eat here either with much cheaper food than other accommodation restaurants, yet still offering variety and Fijian seafood. The resort can be hired out for small weddings or be made your base for exploring the nearby Coral Coast attractions.
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9. Robinson Crusoe Island Resort
Famous for its day cruises and island excursions, Robinson Crusoe Island also has its own resort if you want the fun to last longer than just a day. The island has 14 affordable bures, from the Island Lodge ideal for families to the cute and quirky Bure Lailai with one single bed. The resort is lively with day trips, but you can escape from it all with complimentary snorkelling, kayaking, weaving, cooking and crafting lessons, an ancient pottery site tour and much more! Food at the resort is buffet style, with many nights’ dinner prepared “lovo” style in an underground oven on-theme with the popular day and night shows.
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10. Tambua Sands Beach Resort
Part of The Warwick resort group, Tambua Sands is more like the budget little sister of the Coral Coast’s popular resorts. The resort is small and humble with 25 beach and garden bures edging the crystal clear waters by the beach. Enjoy dining at the Tambua Sands Restaurant offering fresh seafood and kava ceremony nights, an outdoor swimming pool and access to facilities at The Naviti Resort – see our 10 Best Resorts on the Coral Coast for more details.
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