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5 Best Accommodation in Suva for Adults

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Adult-Only Accommodation in Suva (or the Next Best Thing…)

It’s true, Fiji is blessed with stunning adult-only resorts for romantic getaways, holidays with mates, or simply for some time out. Unfortunately, none of those adult-only oases has made their way to Suva. Nevertheless, if you still seek some of those private luxuries, there are alternative options. We’ve picked some of the best accommodation in Suva for adults where escapes to typically adult-only areas is an option. Think: the hotel spa, a hotel bar to catch up with friends, or even in-room dining to share some private time with your loved one. While you’re here, make sure you also check out our Adult Only Guide to Suva for more tips.

1. Grand Pacific Hotel

The iconic five-star hotel has hosted prestigious guests and royalty over its 100-year history and is sure to make you feel like royalty when booking a room in one of its Heritage rooms or modern Harbour and Kingsford Smith Wings. Choose between colonial-style rooms with a romantic flair or one of the fresh modern wings overlooking the water. With the exquisite fine dining Prince Albert Restaurant, Steamship Bar and Bliss Spa, there are plenty of areas in the hotel where you’re unlikely to hear a peep out of the younger guests. For more options like this, take a look at our 5 Luxury Hotels in Suva. Their Bliss Spa also features in our 6 Best Day Spas in Suva.

Check Grand Pacific Hotel out:
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2. Five Princes Hotel

For couples or business travellers looking for an alternative to the larger Suva hotels, take a look at the Five Princes Hotel. The boutique hotel has six Boutique Rooms and a private Villa. But what we get most excited about are their Garden Bures (bungalows). The bures offer ultimate privacy set apart from the main hotel in lush manicured gardens. Five Princes also has an attractive dining venue serving gourmet cuisine.

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3. Tanoa Plaza Hotel

Due to the absence of family rooms, the Tanoa Plaza Hotel is a favourite go-to for business travellers and makes a romantic base for couples seeking an “adult-only” getaway. Stay in modern and stylish Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms or the luxurious Executive Suite perfect for honeymoons. While the hotel offers limited facilities, such as a swimming pool and Internet access, it does have an outstanding restaurant and bar to meet up with clients, friends or share dinner with your loved one.

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4. Novotel Suva Lami Bay

While the four-star Novotel Suva hotel offers rooms for everyone, it’s easy to find your own space in this well-appointed accommodation. Grab a drink at their well-stocked tropical bar specialising in gin, relax with their massage service, have a fabulous dinner with delightful al fresco dining overlooking the harbour, or treat you and your loved one to an in-room meal. For more inspiration on what to do on your adult-only stay, take a look at our 5 Adult-Only Activities in Suva.

Check Novotel Suva Lami Bay out:
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5. Holiday Homes & Apartments

An alternative to hotels, holiday homes and apartments are an abundant accommodation option in Suva. Enjoy your own private space to share with those you choose when you stay in one of the city’s apartments or outer-suburb homes. That way, you’ll ensure an adult-only stay in Suva. Check out our complete list of 8 Best Holiday Homes in Suva.

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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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