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6 Best Accommodation in Labasa

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Hotels and Resorts in Labasa

For adventurous travellers wanting to explore more of Fiji, Labasa is a must! The colonial town on the banks of the Labasa River has a vibrant Indo-Fijian culture, with interesting shops, eateries and markets to discover. You can also experience a relaxing resort alternative to what else is available in the more touristy towns of Vanua Levu. So choose the right hotel or resort for you with this list of accommodation in Labasa.

For more accommodation, see 10 Best Hotels on Vanua Levu, as well as more inspiration on what to do in The Complete Guide to Vanua Levu and 6 Best Things to Do in Labasa.

1. Friendly North Inn

Surrounded by attractive gardens and just a 10-minute walk from town, Friendly North Inn is an excellent base for exploring northern Vanua Levu. Choose from affordable Standard Rooms, Deluxe Rooms and Family Rooms with breakfast included. If you need inspiration for things to do, make use of their on-site tour desk to arrange trips to local hot springs and discover other hidden gems. Find more accommodation like this around the island with our 10 Best Family Resorts on Vanua Levu.

Check The Friendly North Inn out:
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2. Grand Eastern Hotel

Get some pool time during your time in Labasa by staying at the Grand Eastern Hotel. The hotel has an attractive outdoor pool with a poolside bar, as well as a restaurant serving Western and Fijian cuisine. The hotel, ideally located moments away from the town centre suits couples, singles and families with their air-conditioned Standard Double Rooms, Presidential Suite and Deluxe Double Rooms. The Standard Family Room is a great option for larger groups.

Check Grand Eastern Hotel out:
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3. Labasa Hotel

While the Labasa Hotel isn’t flashy, it boasts a good price and good location. The hotel staff are known to be super friendly and the location couldn’t be more convenient in the centre of Labasa. Each room at the Labasa Hotel features a private ensuite and air conditioning. See more hotels like this in 10 Best Budget Accommodation on Vanua Levu.

Check Labasa Royale Hotel out:
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4. Hotel Northwinds

Another great option centrally located in Labasa town with spacious hotel rooms with all the fixings is Hotel Northwinds. With only 12 guest rooms, the boutique hotel never feels too crowded, giving you a break from the bustling of the town. The hotel is moments away from the town and features an on-site restaurant, room service, airport transfers and more.

Check Hotel Northwinds out:
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5. Palmlea Farms

If you’re looking for a more holiday resort-style experience in Labasa, then book a few days at Palmlea Farms. The staff at the resort house, feed and entertain you using sustainable methods, with its own organic farm, mountain water supply and cohesion with the locals. Stay in one of their well-appointed villas with woven bamboo decor and layouts for couples and families. The resort offers a range of soft adventure and relaxing activities from private beach excursions to bird watching to Fijian cooking lessons. Needless to say, you can do as little or as much as you want at this peaceful resort near Labasa.

Check Palmlea Farms out:
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6. Hotel Takia

Finally, Hotel Takia provides the ultimate convenience of being centrally located with proximity to all the essential services, whether you are travelling for business or for pleasure. The hotel offers well-appointed Deluxe Rooms, Deluxe Twin Rooms or Suites with a lounge and minibar, as well as budget “Third Floor Rooms” with a double bed. Stays include breakfast, as well as access to their on-site Tapa Restaurant. What’s more, you have plenty of restaurant options in town, so check out our food recommendations in Guide to the Best Eats & Restaurants on Vanua Levu.

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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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