10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu
10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu

10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu

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Where to Stay on Fiji’s Main Island

We get it; you’d rather not spend all of your time (and money) getting to Fiji’s outer islands. Especially when there are some stunning resorts on Fiji’s main island! Viti Levu is where not only the international airport is located but plenty of gorgeous resorts to spend your vacation. Need help deciding on a resort? Start with this list of the best resorts on Viti Levu with each listing leading you to more options.

Want to learn more about Viti Levu? Check out The Complete Travel Guide to Viti Levu.

1. Nanuku Auberge Resort

This five-star luxury resort on the shores of the Pacific Harbour might take a couple of hours to get from Nadi International Airport, but many would agree that the journey is well worth it. Boasting spacious villas, suites and residences, Nanuku Auberge Resort has ample space for every type of holidaymaker. There’s a wealth of dining experiences to be had from fine dining to private dining on a treetop deck. Guests can also make use of the day spa, book onto the “adventure capital’s” adventure activities of the area, and join resort-run activities such as a Fiji Food Safari. See more resorts in the area in the 10 Best Resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Nanuku Auberge Resort

2. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

A generous mix of Fijian culture and luxurious touches await at the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on the Coral Coast. While the resort fantastically caters to couples and adult groups thanks to their adults-only pool and bar, we also get excited about their family offerings being home to one of Fiji’s best kids’ clubs. As for the rooms, they’re sleek, simple but well-appointed, not that you’ll spend much time there with so much to do at the resort. Check out more resorts nearby in the 10 Best Resorts on the Coral Coast.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

3. Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

Nothing screams paradise quite like lounging on the private deck of your overwater bungalow elevated over an azure lagoon… The Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is a five-star resort a short drive from Nadi yet feels like a world of its own. It’s one of Fiji’s very few resorts with overwater bures (bungalows), yet also offers beachfront accommodation and a wealth of facilities. There are separate family and adults-only areas so the right vibe for your holiday is easily achieved. Check out more options around Nadi in the 10 Best Resorts in Nadi.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

4. Radisson Blu Fiji Resort

Families, foodies and solo travellers alike have an array of things to look forward to at Radisson Blu Fiji Resort on Denarau Island. Children will love the fun-filled Blu Banana Kids Club, while those here on business can make use of the free WiFi and gym facilities. As for those who want more time to relax à la “Fiji time“, unwind in the Harmony Retreat Day Spa or sip a cocktail by one of the four climate-controlled lagoon swimming pools. Discover more amazing Fiji resorts nearby in the 10 Best Resorts in Denarau Island.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Radisson Blu Fiji Resort

5. Crusoe’s Retreat

Crusoe’s Retreat is a boutique resort on the Coral Coast that’s perfect for a relaxing holiday. What’s more, the adults-only resort is one of Fiji’s most affordable! Bures are made in a traditional style with thatched roofs and wooden-crafted interiors but with modern comforts. All of this is set in lush tropical gardens beside a sandy beach and a lagoon. Discover more like this in the 10 Best Adults-Only Resorts in Fiji.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Crusoe’s Retreat

6. InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

Boasting one of the largest resorts in Fiji, the InterContinental Fiji Resort & Spa on the Coral Coast has a wide offering of luxury holidays for different groups without disturbing the other. Relax in rooms with garden, pool, beach and lagoon views or choose one of the more exclusive Club InterContinental rooms with private plunge pools and exclusive adults-only areas. The activity menu here is also extensive, with highlights being the spa and Fiji’s most prestigious golf course. Compare this resort with others in the 10 Best Luxury Resorts in Fiji.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© InterContinental Fiji Resort & Spa

7. Volivoli Beach Resort

Get off the beaten track to Fiji’s sunniest side, the Suncoast. One of your best resorts options here is the Volivoli Beach Resort. Honeymooners will find solitude in the luxurious oceanfront villas, while there are a wealth of options for groups of family and friends to come together in hotel-style rooms to complete villas. Activities are designed to provide maximum fun, such as scuba diving, spa treatments, sports fishing, visiting a local village, kayaking and much more. See more accommodations like this in the 10 Best Resorts on the Suncoast.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Volivoli Beach Resort

8. The Beachhouse

For those on a tight budget, don’t miss The Beachhouse! This beachfront accommodation is another beauty on the Coral Cost but with stays that are a fraction of the average resort price. 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 resort is the perfect place to relax with friends – taking part in a free yoga class or indulging in Fijian food – or to get active with free use of canoes, kayaks and more! See more affordable options like The Beachhouse in the 10 Best Backpacker Resorts in Fiji.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© The Beachhouse

9. Geckos Resort

Geckos Resort is a budget to mid-range resort, again, on the Coral Coast famous for its Polynesian dancing and fire shows. Apart from that, the resort rooms are scattered across lush gardens made up of studio units and interconnecting units for families. The resort also has a swimming pool, a beauty salon, sports courts, bikes to hire, as well as a tour desk to arrange your activities. All in all, Gecko’s Resort is ideal for travellers seeking good value! Compare it with others in the 10 Best Budget Resorts in Fiji.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Geckos Resort

10. Fiji DoubleTree Resort by Hilton – Sonaisali Island

Back to Nadi, this four-star resort shows you that you don’t have to travel all the way out to far-flung islands to enjoy an island holiday in Fiji. Just a three-minute boat trip and you have arrived at the Fiji DoubleTree Resort by Hilton – Sonaisali Island. The resort outside has every service with not many excuses to leave: spa, pool, fitness centre, three dining options and a wealth of activities that you can do straight from the resort. Nevertheless, you still have the benefit of being on the mainland of Fiji with access to all of its attractions, towns and villages.

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10 Best Resorts on Viti Levu© Fiji DoubleTree Resort by Hilton - Sonaisali Island

More About Resorts on Viti Levu

That’s it for the best resorts on Viti Levu. See how they compare to The Top 50 Resorts in Fiji. Plus, get even more tips in The Complete Travel Guide to Fiji.

Author

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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