Updated: July 10, 2018
The 6 Best Hotels for Families in Fiji
Sizeable pool and agreeable location alongside the harbour, but no beach. A few attractions opposite, including a park, sports ground and museum. Many suites and rooms have connecting doors, and can squeeze in an extra single bed. And management are amenable to any set up for families.
One of Fiji’s very best for families. Myriad of activities offered including pool aerobics, coconut bocce, cultural walks, outdoor movies, and snorkeling and kayaking in calm waters. And, unusually, the kids’ club is divided for ages 3 to 7, and 8 to 12. Child-minding is also available with loveable local nannies. Close to the Sigatoka Sand Dunes and excellent Kula Wild Adventure Park. All rooms can squeeze in 2 children; some bungalows are set up for families; and special deals are always available.
Range of pleasing activities, such as disco/movie nights, Fijian language lessons and, um, ‘shark wrestling’. Blu Bananas Kids Club separated for ages 1 to 3 and 4 to 12, and child minding available. Other benefits: kids’ menus, 2 children’s pools for different ages, water slide (for adults, too), playground and attractive packaged deals. The Radisson doesn’t win Best Family Hotel in Fiji awards year after year without reason.
Open spaces with excellent pools, gardens and beach. Other attractions: huge playground, children’s pools and waterpark just offshore. The Little Chief’s Club, with an impressive range of activities including movies on the beach, bicycle tours, mini-golf and water aerobics. Also a games room and loveable nannies to entertain children. Grand Deluxe Rooms can squeeze in one or two extra beds, while many rooms have connecting doors. Check out packaged deals and family freebies.
Will delight everyone with perfect beach, gorgeous lagoon-style pools and abundant shops. For the children, an extensive games room and excellent LaiLai Kids’ Club, with absorbing activities, such as cooking and language classes. All rooms (but not the suites) can easily accommodate a family of 4. And ask about competitively-priced packaged deals for families.
Exceptional array of facilities, including water sports, first-rate kids’ club, extended games room and impressive shopping arcade. Adding to the appeal for families are vast tropical gardens, playground, children’s menu and massive pool, with shallow areas for younger ones. All rooms (but not the suites) can easily sleep a family of 4, and many have connecting doors. But the only usable beach is at the sister resort, the Sheraton, about 500m away.
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High-end, extremely popular resort offering spectacular 2-bedroom garden/beachfront villas (sleeps family of 6) with lounge areas, open-air bathrooms, mini-bars, 4-poster beds, coffee/tea facilities, hammocks, sun loungers, and sun huts. Resort has a compulsory meal plans (3 meals), kids’ club, teens’ tent (Xboxes too), pools & bars, spa, entertainment, manta ray trips, and diving (35 dive sites including 2 wreck sites). Hotel Phone: +64 3442 9998.
Stunning resort on Nacula island, with gorgeous, traditionally designed, oceanfront palm villas (family of 6) with an open plan main room (4-poster bed, games cupboard & lounge area), open air bathrooms, mini-bars, fridges, tea & coffee facilities, private sun decks, beach loungers and sun huts. There’s a daily compulsory meal plan which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. There’s a kids’ club, guided diving (30 dive sites), and many cultural and other activities (trips to limestone caves). Hotel Phone: +64 3442 9998.
With access to all the facilities at the adjacent Sheraton Fiji Resort & the Westin Denarau island resort & spa (multiple pools & dining options), this lovely property offers super spacious, exquisite 3-bedroom seafront villas (up to 9 people) with vibrant colours, woven cane furnishings, private balconies, living/dining areas with lounges, fully-equipped kitchens (cook-top, full-size fridges, dishwashers, washing machines) and large rooftop terraces with day beds and splendid ocean & island views. Has a standout 750 sq m lagoon pool, horizon style swimming pools, gardens, kids’ club, golf, tennis & more activities. Hotel Phone: +679 675 0777.
Stylish beach resort with spacious 3-bedroom penthouses and 3-bedroom residences, that add private pools, (both for up to 7 people), with open-plan indoor/outdoor living areas, floor-to-ceiling windows, bathtubs, barbecue facilities, full kitchens (espresso machines, fridges, dishwashers), private balconies and beautiful beach & ocean views. Has 7 pools, a spa, restaurants, kids’ club and a playground. Hotel Phone: +679 675 6800.
Outstanding beachfront, all-suite/villa/residence resort having a staggering range of stunning properties (2-bedroom beachfront villas /spa villas/treetop oceanview pool suites) with the top-of-the line property, that’s suitable for kids, being its 4-bedroom beachfront grand pool suite (up to 12 people) done up in Fijian design (bamboo thatched roofs/wooden floors) with lovely large kitchens, multiple indoor/outdoor dining areas, private verandahs (some), private outdoor showers (some), spa tubs, media rooms with Bose sound systems, barbecue facilities, swimming pools (pool floats & jacuzzi), plunge pools and yoga pavilions in a private tropical garden with direct beach access. Has all inclusive dining, a ‘buddy’ & nanny service, great kids’ club (mini-zipline) and interesting resort activities – fire walking, meke dancing. Hotel Phone: +679 345 2100.
Idyllic, exclusive 7-villa resort, in a beautiful volcanic outcrop setting, with its top-end & most spacious villa being a 3-bedroom beach house (up to 6 people) featuring a kitchenette, private sun decks & hammock, a secluded sandy beach and stunning ocean views. Offers many complimentary activities such as cooking classes, meke dances, stand up paddle boarding, herbal walking tours and the unique opportunity to witness blowholes spouting in the ocean, right from its restaurant. Hotel Phone: +679 8850 124.
Tranquil 400-acre resort, offering vibrant split-level garden villas (families of 5) with local art, galley-style kitchens (fridge, stove, microwave), ihome bluetooth music docks and outdoor verandahs with plunge pools. Complimentary features include a daily buffet breakfast, twice daily snorkel excursions, snorkelling gear, village tours, kayaking, windsurfing, and cooking classes. Hotel Phone: +679 666 2215.
Laid-back, family-friendly, 4 star-resort offering fabulous traditional Fiji-style ‘bures’ (bungalows) in beachfront/ocean view/island settings with its top-end bure being its lone family beach bure (up to 10 people) featuring 2 interconnecting bures with hand painted ceilings, natural timbers, fridges, tea/coffee facilities, verandahs, day beds & great views. Has a kids’ club (crab hunting, snorkeling lessons) and complimentary activities like glass-bottom-boat coral viewing, barefoot shadow boxing classes, and bush walks. Hotel Phone: +679 666 1233.
Charming, ocean-facing private bures (family of 4) with high vaulted ceilings, furnished large balconies, mini-bars, mini-fridges, smart TV and unobstructed views are the highlight of this luxe island resort. Has live music/entertainment, a freeform pool overlooking the beach, kid’s club, horseback riding, and paint balling. Hotel Phone: +679 670 6011.
Good value, slightly dated beachfront resort, with good-sized 2-bedroom bures with lounges, fridges, and tea/coffee making facilities. There’s a spa, wine cellar, entertainment and complimentary activities like kayaking, guided garden walks and other cultural activities. Hotel Phone: +679 6500177.
Lovely resort with 4 beaches, offering pretty split-level ocean front suites (up to 6 people) with both modern & tradtional touches, fridges, tea/coffee facilities, bathtubs, and patios. Has a spa, fresh water swimming pools, entertainment, cultural activities (kava ceremonies, traditional weaving), and water sports. Hotel Phone: +679 6650423.
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