10 All-inclusive Resorts in Fiji for Romantic escapes and Family Adventures

Cocktails, sunsets and all-inclusive resorts are enough to tempt you to book yourself in for a getaway to Fiji.

The words ‘all-inclusive Fiji’ conjure up visions of thatched bures overlooking turquoise waters, freshly squeezed tropical juices sipped poolside, and long romantic meals on sandy beaches. It means friendly faces welcoming your little ones at the entrance of a kids’ club, while parents and honeymooners alike while away the hours at a spa or practice putting at the on-site golf courses.

With these all-inclusive and full-board options, this collection of islands in the South Pacific lets you embrace a slower pace and re-charge your batteries against unforgettable backdrops of palm trees and sunset.

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An all-inclusive Fiji resort for the ultimate family getaway


Located on mainland Fiji’s Coral Coast, Naviti Resort has a golden, palm tree-lined beach and a sheltered lagoon ideal for kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, and snorkeling. When it comes to your room, you can choose an oceanfront view or immerse yourself in tropical gardens.

Children aged 5–12 attending Ratu & Adi Vonu Kids Club can kindle their imaginations with underwater treasure hunts and traditional Fijian lessons, as well as care for Lulu the donkey. That leaves adults free to tee-off at the nine-hole golf course or volley a ball over a net on the warm sand.

Come lunch, feast on upmarket Cantonese and Northern Chinese fare at Bamboo Terrace, or casual bistro classics at Talei Restaurant. Head to the swim-up pool bar later in the afternoon for a freshly squeezed juice as the sun sets over the ocean.

The Naviti Resort

8.0 Very good (948 reviews)

Heavenly Fiji island resort for adults-only seclusion


Named after the Fijian word for “heaven”, Yasawa Island Resort & Spa is an exclusive experience with only 18 luxury bungalows. On one of the most remote islands in Fiji, the resort is reached by daily chartered plane and is the only commercial development on the island. You’ll also find Fiji’s first beachfront spa here, where you can surrender to a deep tissue massage on an open-air platform on the sand.

Immerse yourself in island life with a visit to a local village, or explore the Blue Lagoon Caves before dining on fresh-caught lobster and crab with the sand beneath your toes. For pure relaxation, choose your favorite spot for some quiet reading time–your own thatched cabana, a sunny stretch on a private beach or a hammock strung between palm trees.

Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

Top rated
9.4 Excellent (128 reviews)

An all-inclusive Fiji resort experience on a private island


Be one of just seven couples to experience the indulgence of Nukubati Island Resort, which is owned and operated by Fijian locals. Positioned as a “low to no activity destination”, you will be encouraged to embrace a digital detox without TVs or phones in any room.

Instead, you can browse the on-site library stocked with more than 3,000 books or organize a traditional Fijian Bobo massage in your own beachfront bure. You can feel good about your footprint, here too–the resort is home to one of Fiji’s largest solar power plants, and restaurant menus feature organic produce straight from the garden.

Nukubati Great Sea Reef


Cultural immersion on the beach at this Fiji holiday spot


Just steps from the famous beaches of the Coral Coast, Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa is known not only for its idyllic setting but also for the friendliness of its staff. You’ll also find warmth in kava, the powdered root of a pepper plant and a sacred ingredient on the islands; feel its healing heat combined with sea grapes, papaya, and coconut in a blissful treatment at the on-site spa.

Kids can team up with their local teachers to learn traditional meke performances or go on bush walks and treasure hunts. If you’re keen on a family activity, visit the resort’s exclusive Sekoula Village to witness a Fijian drink ceremony or watch a cooking demonstration. Follow the Fijian warrior beating a wooden drum at sunset to join in nightly fun like fire-walking ceremonies and Polynesian dance shows.

Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa

8.0 Very good (1675 reviews)

Sports and spa time at a family-friendly Fiji all-inclusive


With four tennis courts, two squash courts, a fitness center, and mini-golf, it’s no wonder The Warwick Fiji is popular with families. That’s before you even get to the water sports options, which range from kayaking and snorkeling to stand-up paddle boarding right off the golden sand beach.

If you’d rather just chill out, head to your contemporary room or suite to bask in the view of tropical gardens or the sparkling ocean. Ocean waves form the backdrop of the on-site spa, too–listen to the soothing sounds while you’re treated to a warm seashell massage or sugarcane crystal scrub. You can try a new venue for dinner each night, from fresh pasta at Pappagallo Restaurant to epic seafood platters at Wicked Walu.

The Warwick Fiji

7.5 Good (28 reviews)

Star-studded boutique resort for an all-inclusive Fiji holiday


Follow in the footsteps of Edward Norton, Donna Karan and Russell Crowe with a luxurious stay at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort and Spa. Showcasing Fiji’s natural splendor alongside five-star perks, the resort is set within 525 acres brimming with waterfalls, sea caves, and tropical gardens.

You can horseback ride along the foreshore at sunset, or search for octopuses and turtles in glittering tide pools. For a stand-out memory, book a private tiki hut on the Blowhole Deck to watch water erupt from volcanic rock amid sea spray and rainbows.

Start the morning with a sunrise dip in your private pool overlooking the spectacular Koro Sea. Reserve lunch at Veidomoni Deck, perched on a volcanic cliff, before heading to the lower deck for a romantic soak in the open-air tub. For a more catered pamper session, you can indulge in a signature treatment at the spa or rotate through the hydrotherapy room’s waterfall massage, aromatherapy pools, and sauna.

Namale The Fiji Islands Resort & Spa

Top rated
9.8 Excellent (60 reviews)

Outdoor living at a luxury resort on Fiji’s Beqa Lagoon


With turquoise water views from every angle, Royal Davui Island Resort is all about blending luxury living with soul-soothing scenery. Sunloungers and day beds adorn the private decks of modern bale villas, while the outdoor dining deck is as tantalizing as the fresh seafood on the menu.

By day, you can snorkel or dive in the nearby reef or glide across the lagoon on a stand-up paddleboard. After the sun sets, watch a traditional Kava ceremony or recline on a sofa lounge to sip on a glass of Banyan Punch.

The next day will begin with breakfast on your villa’s private dining deck overlooking the blues of the sea. If you’re lucky, you might spot dolphins or sea turtles in the sparkling water.

Royal Davui Island Resort

Top rated
9.5 Excellent (198 reviews)

All-inclusive resort in Fiji with a rainforest spa


Set within 150 acres on Fiji’s second largest island, Vanua Levu, Koro Sun Resort offers both family and adults-only accommodation and dining. An on-site kids’ club will have little ones weaving coconut leaves and exploring tidal pools, and the Meimei day nanny service is complimentary for children under three. Adults can kayak to saltwater caves, or swim beside the thundering Vuadomo waterfall.

If you’d rather stay close to the pool, join in a Heart of Yoga class before kicking back with a papaya lemonade spiked with house vodka at happy hour. Those looking to switch off can indulge in the spa’s signature banana leaf treatment and exfoliation with fresh coconut shavings.

You’ll find à la carte dishes and a themed buffet at Palm Grove Restaurant, or you can tuck into curried coconut mud crab at adults-only Latitude 17. End the night searching the stars from your floating bure or a private villa on the mountain top.

Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa

Top rated
9.0 Excellent (441 reviews)

Traditional over-water villas at this adults-only Fiji island resort


Meaning “calm waters”, Likuliku Lagoon Resort is an adults-only resort that embraces traditional Fijian design and charm. The central building is modeled after a boathouse, while bures showcase natural materials like local hardwood and palm thatching. You can explore the coral reef straight from the beach–and even from your dreamy over-water bure.

Should you want to expand your view, take a daily island-hopping trip and visit Monuriki Island where Cast Away was filmed. A Twilight Tadra treatment at the House of Dreams spa will be waiting for your return–sip on champagne while expert therapists prepare your couple’s massage and hydrating coconut milk bath. Emerge ready for an intimate dinner on the beach, choosing between the catch of the day or wood-fired beef tenderloin.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort - Adults Only

Top rated
9.8 Excellent (683 reviews)

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This article originally appeared in trivago Magazine Australia