Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Style South Pacific panache
Setting Malolo Island lagoon
Romantic, adults-only Likuliku Lagoon Resort boutique hotel in Fiji seduces with the country's only overwater bungalows, spacious beachfront bures and sea views. Smart dining, stylish design and a serene spa up the luxe factor, or let loose with snorkelling sessions, jungle walks or a spot of island-hopping.
Need to know
- Rooms 45.
Double rooms from $746.14 (FJD1,373), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
The price shown represents the lowest nightly rate for a double room available at this hotel over the next 21 days. Any price conversions from the hotel's local currency (FJD1,373) have been conducted using today's exchange rates from xe.com.
- More details Rates include all meals (excluding alcohol and soft drinks), welcome drink and floral lei, Likuliku sulu (sarong), Friday cocktail party and non-motorised watersports.
- Facilities Spa, activities bure including dive centre, gym, restaurant, bars, library with books, DVDs and CDs, free WiFi in all rooms, gardens. In rooms: CD/DVD system, iPod dock, minibar on request, free fresh-baked cookies, bottled water and ice delivered daily, Pure Fiji toiletries. Guests in Over-Water Bures also receive a daily chef's canapé platter.
- Poolside Holding court beside the restaurant at the heart of the resort, the foliage-fringed outdoor pool is spacious and sexy, with infinity-edge ocean views and lots of loungers for lazing.
- Check-out 11am, but flexible subject to availability. Check-in, 3pm.
- Children Likuliku is an adults' resort, and only welcomes children age 17 or over.
- Also Spa services, motorised watersports and tours are not included in rates. Smoking is allowed in the Masima Island Bar, on Dua Tale Bar veranda, and outside on room decks. A minimum three-night stay applies from 15 December 2012 to 6 January 2013.
Food and drink at Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Food enjoys a star turn at Likuliku, with gorgeous gourmet treats care of New Zealand-born executive chef Ihaka Peri. Served in airy, beachside restaurant Fijiana, dishes run the gamut from local to global via creative fusion feasts, with fresh-caught seafood and tropical fruits the standouts. Breakfast is one of the best in Fiji, including DIY-juices, house-blend muesli, fresh coconuts, gourmet breads and pastries, and hot dishes such as mud-crab omelette with chilli and papaya relish or twice-cooked Gruyère cheese souffle. Loosen that belt...
- Dress code Casual resort wear by day; informal chic by night. Think understated luxury.
- Top table For private dining, bag one of Fijiana's two romantic waterfront tables set under the trees, both touting seductive sea views. Otherwise, snaffle any of the upper terrace tables facing the ocean, or the secluded table on the right of the lower terrace.
- Last orders Dinner is served from 7pm to 9pm, with reservations required; the bar keeps pouring until late.
- Room service There's no room service, and minibar drinks are on request. Rooms do come stocked with delicious cookies and two free bottles of water a day.
It's hard to miss open-air Masima Island Bar, a laidback affair at the end of the jetty. It's where you'll be met with a welcome drink (and ukulele tunes) on arrival, and shed a tear over a moreish mocktail before you depart. The go-to spot for sunset sipping, it also plays host to Friday night cocktail parties. There's a second sleek indoor bar upstairs in the main lobby bure, oppposite the restaurant.
Also worth knowing
- Weddings This property is suitable for weddings. More...
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Our favourite rooms
Fiji's only Overwater Bures are a big draw for honeymooners, with a glass floor-panel for subaqua gazing, direct ladder access to the lagoon, and oh-my ocean views from bed, freestanding bath and lounger-strewn decks. We also love the more spacious, secluded Deluxe Beachfront Bures, elegant affairs with vast bedrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, and private plunge pools right on the sand.
Trainers for island hikes; your own mask and snorkel for reef ogling (or just hire kit at the hotel's activities bure). There's also great diving, surfing and watersports, so bring kit to look stylish while showing off your skills. Mosquito repellant goes without saying.
Meaning 'house of dreams', Tatadra Spa lives up to its moniker, with sea-view treatment rooms, a serene chill-out area, rainforest-facing shower and Pure Fiji products. Therapies combine indigenous and global rituals, with options for solo and couple pampering – how can you resist the Hydrating Milk Bath?