Likuliku Lagoon Resort – Adults Only
What We Love
- All meals are included in the rate
- Traditional bures with all the mod cons you could want
- Romantic, remote location that’s only 16 miles from Nadi International Airport
- Tatadra Spa’s Pure Fiji treatments
What To Know
- Surcharges may apply to transfers from the airport
- It's adult-only; children 17 years old and younger are not permitted
- No rollaway/extra beds are available
- Free WiFi
This adults-only resort on a private sandy beach has 45 luxury wooden bungalows known as bures, 10 overwater (with glass floor panels), 18 deluxe options beachside (with enclosed outdoor showers and private plunge pools), and the remaining standard bures on the beach and lagoon. The décor combines traditional workmanship, such as the wooden inlay around the ceilings, with contemporary furniture and all the usual hi-tech amenities, such as hi-speed Wi-Fi. A central building, inspired by a traditional Fijian canoe house, includes a restaurant. There’s also a beach bar and a poolside bar. The Tatadra Spa offers Pure Fiji treatments.
In the Area
Malolo Island is one of Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands, which includes Monuriki where Castaway was filmed. It offers bush walks, nature trails, and a local village if you fancy experiencing some Fiji culture. Ancient sites include the old village of Yaro and Potters Cave, Vatu Tagi (meaning “weeping rock”), Vatu Tabu (the sacred wishing rock), and Yadra Vula, a site of early Fijian habitation. There are numerous diving sites, including a plunge to see the Namotu coral cay.
How to Get There
If you are looking for privacy with an authentic, Fijian cultural experience the Likuliku resort is a must for couples traveling in the South Pacific. The Fijian staff was as welcoming and kind as I have ever come across and this compound in Malolo is breathtaking. The environmentally conscious resort is five star across the board ~ fresh local cuisine, eco-friendly activities (growing coral, endangered iguana restoration, surfing charters to local breaks (Cloundbreak, Restaurants, etc) and boutique facilities. High price-point but you get what you pay for at this unforgettable resort.
We stayed on a Beach Villa and also in a Overwater Bungalow.
The villa at the beach was very good but it was tough to be outside because of the mosquitos.
The Over Water bungalow was also beautiful but we got very disappointed as during the low tide ( most of the day ) we could't swim from our room, that was one of the last. Of course it is not hotel fault but it is good the be aware.
Service is good but faraway from other hotels we stayed during our trip ( like St. Regis Bora Bora our The Havannah in Vanuatu ).
Returning to Fiji one day, we will definite try another hotel.
Our first stop in Fiji was Likuliku and we really enjoyed this quite and beautiful resort. If you like snorkeling this is the place to stay. You can just go into the water and start snorkeling outside the villa when it’s not low tide. It is beautiful underwater, a lot of fish and coral reef. Food was very good, we enjoyed every meal we had during our entire stay. I gave it a four star because I was quite disappointed about services especially at the reception.