Likuliku Lagoon exudes authentic Fijian charm. Armed with ancient Polynesian mythology aplenty, Likuliku fully embraces its Fijian culture, showcased by the traditional design, architecture and materials that permeate the hotel’s secluded rooms and lounge areas. With the striking natural scenery, mass of history and authentic design, you’ll really feel like you’re living a South Pacific fantasy.
Once your day’s work sunning on the sands or paddling in the blue waters beyond is done, hide up in the hotel’s greenery and book yourself a rejuvenating treatment in the resort’s famed spa. Their cooling ‘sun soother’ massage is our new favorite pick me up, follow this with a signature cocktail overlooking the lagoon and the day is complete.
Set amidst palm trees, lush greenery, topaz blue waters and fine sandy beaches, you’ll feel like you’ve found yourself on a different planet. Perched on the Mamanuca archipelago, Likuliku is an easy 16 miles from Nadi, the island’s International airport, which makes for an easy speedboat ride. A little FYI for those who prefer to have their head in the clouds, the hotel has a helipad for arrivals by air.
Looking for an overwater bungalow Fijian style? Likuliku is one of Fiji’s only resorts to boast hand thatched-roofs and soothing interiors perched over the crystal clear waters. Pad to your separate bathroom pavilion, with stunning views across the lagoon or if your sea legs are slightly wobbly and you’d prefer something set on firmer ground then opt for one of the beachfront bures. With classic Likuliku styling in the form of natural woodwork with splashes of stylish modernity, an outdoor shower and spectacular lagoon-side setting, we’re pretty sure you’ll have absolutely no difficulty making this your own private sanctuary. So, settle down in the comfort of your daybed and dip into your personal plunge pool during the day’s peak-heat to cool off.
WHY WE LIKE IT
For us, it’s the overwater bungalows which make Likuliku Lagoon a firm favorite. It’s not just that this is the only place in Fiji where you’ll find these, but being tropical island escapees it’s a perfect fit for us. We can’t think of a more refreshing way to wake up than to roll out of a plush bed into calm Fijian waters.