© The Palms Apartments
© The Palms Apartments

9 Best Accommodation in Denarau for Foodies

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Resorts with the Best Restaurants & Self-Catering Accommodation in Denarau

If you travel through the tastes and flavours of the places you visit then you will love Denarau Island. The island of luxury resorts has some of the best fine dining establishments in Fiji, as well as plenty of hands-on foodie activities to get stuck into. If it sounds like you, then you’re going to need to find a place to stay, so take a look at this list of accommodation in Denarau for foodies! The list includes both self-catering accommodation in Denarau, as well as resorts with exceptional restaurants.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Foodie Guide to Denarau Island.

1. The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa

Sharing a total of 12 dining establishments in the nearby area, The Westin Resort is an excellent resort for foodies to base themselves in Denarau. The Kitchen Grill restaurant is a culinary highlight of the island with Instagram-worthy plates of divine steak, chicken and seafood meals. In terms of other services, The Westin is all about wellbeing with a state-of-the-art spa and fitness centre, as well as special spa studio and suite rooms.

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2. The Palms Apartments

For those foodies who want to experience cooking for themselves during their stay in Denarau, consider the well-appointed The Palms Apartments. Complete with a fully-equipped kitchen, the apartments make a stylish environment to cook up some purchases you’re likely to make at the local produce markets or Marina Deli. The apartment complex also has a swimming pool, gym and on-site cafe.

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3. The Terraces Apartments

On a similar theme to the point above, The Terraces Apartments is another fantastic option for a self-catering holiday in Denarau. Each apartment comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, while the poolside cafe and Port Denarau Marina restaurants are only a stone’s throw away. They also offer in-room meals and drinks should you want to treat yourself.

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4. Sheraton Fiji Resort & Spa

In the same area as The Westin (see above), the Sheraton Fiji Resort has proximity to 12 divine restaurants. One of the highlights is at the fine dining Ports O’Call offering sophisticated dining for special occasions and a foodie experience (check out more like this in our 6 Fine Dining Restaurants in Denarau). As for the rooms, Sheraton caters to all kinds of holidaymakers, from families to honeymooners.

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5. Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa

Catering to a wide range of diets, the Hilton Fiji Beach Resort is a fantastic option for foodies. If you’re vegetarian, vegan or prefer to eat gluten-free you’ll have no trouble navigating the menus of their fantastic Novo Restaurant or KORO adult-only restaurant and bar. Check out our 10 Vegetarian Restaurants in Denarau for more options like this. The suites at the Hilton also have a kitchenette should you want to prepare some simple meals.

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6. Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa

While the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa has many fantastic dining options to please any foodie, we get the most excited about the Waitui Beach Club. The adult-only complex within the resort offers nutritionally balanced meals making for a guilt-free day in paradise! Learn more about the Waitui Beach Club in our 5 Best Adult-Only Resorts in Denarau. As for rooms, you’ll find everything from luxurious doubles to family rooms.

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7. Radisson Blu Resort Fiji

Dining at the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji isn’t just about the food, it’s about the full dining experience. You’ll certainly find that to be the case in their in-the-water restaurant, Lomani Wai, or at their private waterfront table as part of their Signature Tables. You’ll also find some more casual dining too, bringing you the best of every world. We also like that the resort attracts all types of travellers without each group disturbing the other with fantastic adult-only areas, as well as children’s pools and kids’ clubs.

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8. Sheraton Denarau Villas

Feel right at home at the Sheraton Denarau Villas thanks to each villa having its own well-equipped kitchen. The villas are ideal for families and large groups who have access to the 12 restaurants also available at the Sheraton Resort and The Westin (see above). On top of that, the villas have their own garden-lined pool right in the middle of the resort.

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9. Wyndham Resort Denarau Island

For dining in a characterful restaurant with a lively entertainment program and a generous happy hour, stay at the Wyndham Resort. The Mamacita’s Mexican Restaurant hosts lovo nights, fire dancing nights and more making it a buzzing centre of Denarau. Guests will also enjoy waterfront dining at the glorious Beach Shack. The Wyndham Resort rooms are suitable for business, family holidays and romantic getaways.

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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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