Location on Natadola Bay, on the Coral Coast’s best stretch of white sand beach
Free yoga and pre-treatment relaxation in the spa’s steam room and hydrotherapy pools
Club InterContinental with 24-hour personalized butler service
What To Know
Club InterContinental’s hilltop suites are our favorite rooms, but they’re a long way from the beach
Kids eat free with parents at all of the resort’s five restaurants and bars
All guestrooms feature signature Cleopatra-style freestanding tubs
Parking on site
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Romantic South Pacific sleep with love seats by the infinity pool and private cabana dinners under the stars
The layout draws inspiration from traditional Fijian villages, but the look is decidedly modern, with low-slung day beds, curvaceous rattan side chairs and a palette inspired by sea and sand. The architecture also invites the outside in via open-air common spaces leading onto panoramic sea views and rooms with sliding panels opening onto outdoor living areas.
Bed and Bath
The resort’s 271 guestrooms are among the largest in Fiji with open-plan living rooms leading to terraces or balconies with their own outdoor deep-soak tubs and day beds. There’s a sensual richness to the guestrooms, with gleaming hardwood platform beds, Franco Albini-inspired rattan chairs and pillowy comforters.
The resort is programmed for relaxation, with a world class spa, four swimming pools and an 18-hole championship golf course. It manages to cater to both families (there’s a kids club and pool, and little ones eat for free with parents) and to couples (think adults-only infinity pool). Be sure and book at least one cabana dinner at the resort’s signature Navo restaurant, overlooking the lagoon, where you'll dine on mud crab tian, crayfish kokoda and Vakalolo hotpot.
In the Area
Sigatoka River Safaris on the Coral Coast takes guests wading through knee-deep water by hurricane lantern in Naihehe Cave, Fiji’s largest cave system, which has creepy remainders of the area’s cannibal past. The hotel offers tours of nearby Navo Island, where women and children used to hide during tribal wars. You can also visit Malomalo School (which is well supported by the resort, staff and guests), take a tour of Sanasana village (where many of the resort staff come from) or take a ride at sunset along Natandola Bay on horses from the local village.