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6 Best Day Spas in Suva

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Where to Get a Massage in Suva

It’s true: no matter where you are in Fiji, there’s a place to unwind and rejuvenate. Even amidst the hustle and bustle of Fiji’s capital city will you find relaxing hideaways in the day spas of Suva. Suva’s spa scene is extremely varied. Whether you’re looking for traditional Fijian treatments in a luxury spa or a quick fix to life’s stresses with an Asian massage, you’ll find most spa treatments are accounted for among the Suva day spas.

While you’re here, check out more relaxing activities in Suva in our Adult Only Guide to Suva, as well as our Luxury Guide to Suva.

1. Bliss Spa

Indulge in luxury at the iconic Grand Pacific Hotel and their Bliss Spa. The spa includes a dry sauna, steam shower, and six private massage rooms – two of which are designed especially for couples. Using Pure Fiji products (see below), Bliss Spa has an extensive range of treatments, from traditional Fijian rituals, like the Bobo Massage, to something more familiar like a Swedish massage or a hot stone massage. Learn more about staying at the hotel in our 5 Luxury Hotels in Suva.

Location: 584-618 Victoria Parade

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2. Pure Fiji Day Spa

Fiji’s most famous spa product brand has its headquarters and very own day spa right here in Suva! Instantly escape the hustle and bustle of the city as you step over the gently running water while entering the spa. Once you’re in the tranquil setting of the Pure Fiji Day Spa, you have a huge range of treatments to leave you feeling refreshed, whether it’s a full-body ritual, wrap, facial or something more. Of course, each treatment showcases the Pure Fiji natural spa products made from Fijian plant extracts to their fullest. This spa also features in our 10 Best Spas in Fiji.

Location: 52 Karsanji Street

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3. VEDA Spa

Specialising in Indian spa treatments, the VEDA Spa offers something out of the ordinary in Fiji to help with personal healing. Try one of their Ayurveda treatments using medicated oils to improve blood circulation, muscle tone, strengthen the nervous system and more health benefits. The spa also offers yoga and meditation sessions to improve both your physical and mental health.

Location: 16 Extension Road

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4. Skin Haven Spa

Relieve stress, headache, anxiety, toxins and pain with Skin Haven Spa. Specialising in Asian spa therapies, Skin Haven Spa promises to make you feel revived and refreshed after a visit. What’s more, you don’t even need to think about food, as you can even grab a quick lunch from their Skin Haven Cafe.

Location: 84 Ratu Sukuna Road, Nasese

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5. Beauty Mantra Day Spa

Choose from a wide range of natural spa products offered with the treatments at the Beauty Mantra Day Spa. Joyce Blok, Decleor, Pevonia, Environ, Mauka Honey and OPI are all available so you can feel the wonders of these products in action. Treatments at the spa include facials, skin lightening, hand and foot care, body massages and beauty treatments.

Location: Suva Central Plaza

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6. U-Sabai Thai Massage & Spa

Experience a traditional Thai massage or creative variations of the Thai massage at the U-Sabai Thai Massage & Spa. The day spa offers a unique spa experience in Suva nestled in tropical plants and providing the atmosphere of a Thai temple. Therapists are visually impaired individuals who have honed their craft in Thailand.

Location: 15 Pender Street

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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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