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6 Best Luxury Resorts on the Coral Coast

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Five-Star Resorts on the Coral Coast

Escape to tropical bliss in one of the five-star resorts tucked away in their own little corners of the Coral Coast. Be prepared to be pampered, excited and rejuvenated during a luxury stay on Fiji’s most scenic part of the mainland where beaches, vibrant lagoons and swaying coconut palms are all part of the backdrop. At the end of days making the most of “Fiji time“, retreat to wonderous rooms, suites and villas that will be oh-so-hard to leave. Check out your five-star options in this list of luxury resorts on the Coral Coast.

While you’re here, be sure to check out our Luxury Guide to the Coral Coast, as well as our 10 Luxury Activities on the Coral Coast.

1. InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

Located on one of the Coral Coast’s most picturesque beaches, the InterContinental Fiji Resort at Natadola Bay encapsulates all things luxury. The InterContinental Resort is one of Fiji’s largest resorts offering a deluxe experience for all types of traveller while not disturbing each other thanks to its selection of services, such as the adult-only areas and the Planet Trekkers kids’ club. The resort has a wide selection of rooms from best-of-the-best Club Intercontinental Suites complete with a private pool to the humble, yet no less luxurious, Pool View Rooms. Guests are also spoiled for choice in the range of bars, casual dining and fine dining experiences.

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2. The Warwick Fiji

Ideally positioned in 28 acres of tropical gardens and beach mid-way along the Coral Coast, The Warwick Resort is another five-star resort well worth considering for your Fiji getaway. Either let the concierge team book your Coral Coast adventures or just enjoy the luxury of the resort itself. The resort has five restaurants and seven bars to choose from, keeping things constantly fresh. The resort appeals to all types of luxury vacations with a free kids’ club, wedding and honeymoon services, as well as adult-only pools with swim-up bars. As for your room, either choose one of the well-appointed Garden-View or Ocean-View Rooms or upgrade to pure luxury with the Warwick Deluxe Rooms and Suite with their own exclusive privileges like afternoon tea and canapes.

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3. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

Located in the bustling tourist hub of Korotogo, the Outrigger Resort gives you five-star luxury close to some of the Coral Coast’s most popular attractions. While the resort caters to all types of traveller, it’s often praised for being one of the best family-friendly resorts in Fiji thanks to the fantastic range of kids’ and teens’ activities and clubs. Meanwhile, mum and dad can indulge in the fabulous Bebe Spa with private open-air treatment balconies overlooking the Coral Coast or adventure with a scuba diving trip. There is a range of traditionally-thatched bures with contemporary interiors, from cosy Ocean View Rooms with a private balcony to large Family Bures. For more resorts like this, take a look at our 10 Best Family Resorts on the Coral Coast.

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4. The View Fiji

It doesn’t get more serene than staying in one of only four exclusive villas of the adult-only The View Fiji at Maui Bay. On top of a luxury villa with added touches like a stone bath or an outside shower, guests have access to the beach, a waterfront swimming pool and a spa. The resort offers a range of exciting activities including fishing charters, cultural weaving lessons, kayaking and island excursions. As for dining, either enjoy the view from the restaurant terrace or make use of the in-room dining service.

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5. Maui Palms

Experience modern luxury with a traditional Fijian flair in the luxury villas of Maui Palms. Situated on Maui Bay, this boutique resort offers a tranquil contrast to some of the Coral Coast’s larger resorts. The resort has private villas catering from couples to large families and groups, as well as airy Ocean and Garden View Rooms with a hot tub. The jewel accommodation of Maui Palms though has to be the grand Pacific Penthouse – a two-storey apartment with a gallery design, kitchen, lounge, dining area, games room and a large balcony overlooking a lagoon. The accommodation offers a range of complimentary activities for guests, as well as a restaurant and bar that keeps the same classic Fijian designs seen throughout the resort.

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6. Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa

Escape to an island paradise that just happens to be conveniently connected to the mainland by a causeway at the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort. Set on the stunning white sands and tropical gardens of Yacuna Island, the Shangri-La Resort has everything you could possibly need in one location yet is still only minutes away from the Coral Coast’s popular attractions in and around Sigatoka. Resort rooms are split into three different wings, offering something for every holidaymaker group while not disturbing the other. While the resort is a busy resort, there are plenty of places to escape to, from CHI, The Spa to the wide array of bars and restaurants. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to connect with nature thanks to the resort’s Marine Education Centre and the water activities available.

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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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