Best Fiji Resorts for a Honeymoon

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It's no secret that the South Pacific is home to countless lush islands situated atop the Pacific's glimmering waters—and if you know where to go, they are way less crowded than many warm-weather honeymoon destinations on this side of the globe. Fiji, in particular, should be at the top of every discerning honeymooner's bucket list. From the moment you step off the plane (or helicopter!), you're met with warm breezes, bountiful sunshine, and an ocean full of stunning coral reefs, white-sand beaches lined with coconut palms, rolling green hills, and even cascading waterfalls. Fiji is where this kind of magical landscape is a reality.

To make it even better, the journey to this idyllic land is surprisingly convenient from the U.S. It's a long-haul trip, but there's a nonstop flight on Fiji Airways that can get you to paradise directly from the West Coast. The flight from L.A. to Nadi Airport leaves at night and takes about 11 hours, so you'll wake up in the South Pacific ready to kick off your honeymoon without wasting time.

While Fiji is home to roughly 300 hotels, not all resorts are created equal, and those in search of an intimate, luxurious honeymoon getaway just need to know where to look. You'll find that these properties provide total privacy (most are adults-only), award-winning chefs, sumptuous accommodations, on-site butlers, and so much more. Here is where to honeymoon in Fiji.

The 6 Best Fiji Resorts for a Honeymoon

Best for Exceptional Luxury : Tokriki Island Resort Fiji


A thatched burre bungalow with an infinity pool at Tokoriki Island Resort Fiji.

Photo by Ellie Nan Storck

Why We Chose It

Tokoriki Island Resort Fiji puts guests in the heart of the South Pacific paradise with award-winning service and only 36 free-standing beachfront villas, each with immaculate attention to design detail.

Notable Amenities

Air Conditioning, indoor and outdoor showers, private villa infinity pools, complimentary cookies, daily laundry, nightly turndown service

Pros and Cons
Pros
  • Adults-only

  • All 36 villas and bures have ocean views and/or private infinity pools

  • All rooms have indoor and outdoor showers

  • On-site limited seating Teppanyaki restaurant

Cons
  • No in-room WiFi or TVs

Hotel Overview

It's hard to describe the experience that awaits at Tokoriki Island Resort. Between the tasteful decor that seamlessly incorporates traditional Fijian design to the attentive staff, the stunning spa, the abundant infinity pools, and the ocean-front views, this resort has it all. Ideal for honeymooners in search of a relaxing in a high-luxury, adults-only setting, Tokoriki Island Resort offers total intimacy in the form of private villas and bures, with the option for socializing at the elevated, contemporary indoor-outdoor bar and restaurant area (which also overlooks a stunning, sunset-facing infinity pool). The menu leaves nothing to be desired (think local lobster, fresh sushi, and the like), and Oishii Teppanyaki, the hotel's on-site chef's table, seats only four couples at a time and serves a muti-course Japanese menu.

When you're ready to get out into the great outdoors, there is no shortage of activities from guided snorkeling to diving and kayaking. Of course, the spa should be a part of the itinerary (at least once!)—consider booking the Unlimited 60-Minute Massage Retreat, which allows guests to enjoy three days of massage bliss during their stay.

Best for Total Privacy : Royal Davui Island Resort


Inside a bungalow with an infinity pool and ocean-front view at Royal Davui in Fiji.

Photo by Ellie Nan Storck

Why We Chose It

Made up of just 16 private villas on a 10-acre island, a trip to Royal Davui Island Resort is all about exclusive intimacy and reconnecting with your partner and the breathtaking natural surroundings—while being totally spoilt by the attentive staff.

Notable Amenities

Private plunge pools, Air Conditioning, open-air showers, Pure Fiji toiletries, twice daily maid service, Kava ceremony, nightly entertainment, non-motorized sports included in rate

Pros and Cons
Pros
  • One of Fiji's most private settings with only 16 guest villas

  • Adults-only

  • Private dining available

  • Guests can book a private picnic at nearby island

Cons
  • The resort and island is quite small, so not ideal for those who want to party

Hotel Overview

Hand-carved mahogany double doors lead guests to the entrance to each of Royal Davui's 16 private villas. Nestled into the lush vegetation of this tiny island, step inside and discover the villa's floor-to-ceiling windows, an outdoor private plunge pool, sumptuous beds, spa-grade bathtubs, and all-around luxury in an intimate setting that is simply unparalleled. Located within the stunning Beqa Lagoon, the Royal Davui staff is warm and friendly (they'll know your name before you even arrive), and the opportunity for exploration around the island and local waters is abundant.

Plan to book the Castaway Sand Cay Picnic, wherein you'll be whisked by boat to a tiny spit of land just seven minutes from the property. Here, the staff will set up a romantic ocean-front picnic for you and your loved one to enjoy in peace (complete with fresh food and drink of your choice). The on-site spa therapists provide some of the best massages in the South Pacific, and guests have the option to dine on an all-inclusive, changed-daily menu at Banyan Bar and Restaurant, or privately on the Banyan Dining Deck, offering options for total intimacy or socializing with other couples.

Best for the Eco-Conscious Couple : Likuliku Lagoon Resort


Overwater bungalows in Fiji, called burres, at Likuliku Lagoon Resort in the South Pacific.

 Courtesy of  Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Why We Chose It

Not only is Likuliku Lagoon leading the pack in terms of eco-conscious, sustainable programming in Fiji, but this stunning adults-only property also doesn't skimp on laid-back luxury and standout accommodations.

Notable Amenities

Air Conditioning, private plunge pools, outdoor showers, turndown service

Pros and Cons
Pros
  • Best overwater bures (bungalows) in Fiji

  • Sustainable programming is integral to the resort

  • Adults-only

  • All-inclusive rates available

  • Many local excursions available for booking

Cons
  • Private, quiet setting may not be suitable for those who want livelier nightlife

Hotel Overview

If carbon footprint is an important consideration when planning your Fiji honeymoon, Likuliku Lagoon is the place to stay. Not only is it 100 percent Fijian-owned, but the resort has a Tropical Dry Forest Restoration Program to protect and restore the area's delicate flora. Sustainability is seamlessly integrated into the resort’s everyday operations, from reducing single-use plastics by 80 percent to all-encompassing coral and marine life restoration. There is even an on-site wildlife expert who tends to a group of thriving Malolo Island Crested Iguanas, a species that was previously thought to be extinct before the property's conservation efforts. Take a trip to the spa, and honeymooners will find it uses high-quality, locally made products from Pure Fiji in all of its treatments.

But all the sustainability measures don’t mean that the resort isn’t totally decadent and luxurious—because it is, in all elements of the experience. The first (and the best) overwater Fijian bungalows, called bures, were built here. These chic, comfortable accommodations stretch out over the water, looking down into the crystal-clear blue where fish and reef sharks swim below. Sunsets here are second-to-none, and for those who want a break from the ocean, the waterfront infinity pool is just as luscious as it sounds.

Best for the Non-Planners : Namale


A wooden and thatched burre at Namale resort in Fiji.

Photo by Ellie Nan Storck

Why We Chose It

The epitome of laidback luxury and authentic Fijian design, Namale offers honeymooners the chance to unwind in 525 acres of paradise on the shores of the Pacific at a property replete with an incredibly friendly staff, live nightly performances, and plenty of on-site activities.

Notable Amenities

Air Conditioning, outdoor showers, nightly performances, Kava ceremony, all-inclusive rate includes ground transportation to-and-from the airport

Pros and Cons
Pros
  • Incredible spa views

  • All-inclusive rates available

  • On-site bowling alley and basketball courts

  • Close proximity to rainforest hikes with waterfall views

Cons
  • On-site beach isn't as sprawling as some other resorts

Hotel Overview

After the entire process of planning your wedding, it’s totally normal to feel a little drained—luckily all you have to do at this sprawling resort is show up. From the moment you touch down, the attentive staff is there to make sure your itinerary is as packed or as relaxing as you desire.

As an all-inclusive resort, you can eat and drink your way through the entire honeymoon, ordering room service to your heart’s content and meeting other couples for cocktails and nightly entertainment (which is amazing, night after night). There are plenty of opportunities for romantic nights removed from the other guests, as well—consider reserving the private heart-shaped pool overlooking coral reefs, or book a jungle waterfall excursion where a private picnic or dinner can be arranged.

Other amenities include on-site kayaks and paddleboards for rental, and Fiji’s only 10-pin indoor bowling alley, ideal for the errant rainy day. Not to be missed is the property's spa 10,000-square-foot spa, which is perched on a volcanic cliff overlooking the Koro Sea. Between the scenery, the pristine location, and the abundance of activities, it’s impossible to feel bored here. But if you're more content to just be—with no agenda—this is the place to do it. 

Best for Divers : Taveuni Dive Resort


Why We Chose It

Taveuni Dive Resort touts itself as a luxury resort designed by divers, for divers, and the best resort-to-reef experience in Fiji with close proximity to the region's Great White Wall, a must for die-hard divers.

Notable Amenities

On-site water activities, one of Fiji's best dive programs, traditionally-crafted Fijian bure accommodations,

Pros and Cons
Pros
  • Close proximity to the local marina, so room-to-reef commute is roughly 15 minutes

  • On-site water activities available for all guests

  • Sustainable design

  • Rates are affordable compared to other properties

Cons
  • Rooms are comfortable but not as luxurious as other resorts

Hotel Overview

With some of the best access to Fiji's Great White Wall, a magnificent and unique coral wall, Taveuni Dive Resort is ideal for honeymooners who are heading to Fiji with the primary goal of an epic diving experience. At this resort, guests can expect comfortable rooms (constructed in traditional Fijian bure fashion), friendly staff, a full-fledged on-site diving program, and best of all: the shortest commute from room-to-reef.

Spend days diving around some of the best reef destinations in Fiji, and then come back to the resort to unwind in the pool and join other guests around a cocktail at Salty Fox, the on-site bar and restaurant serving up local favorites.

Best Family-Friendly Atmosphere : InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa


Infinity pool overlooking the South Pacific at Intercontinental Fiji.

Courtesy of InterContinental Fiji

Why We Chose It

Whether you book a room in the main resort or at the exclusive Club InterContinental, this Natadola Bay-based family-friendly atmosphere has something for everyone, from golfing to spa days to watersports galore.

Notable Amenities

Kids' Club, 18-hole golf course, in-room WiFi, beachfront views, turndown service, pillow menu

Pros and Cons
Pros
  • Many options for room types

  • Prime location on Natadola Beach, regularly voted one of the world's best beaches

  • Kid's Club

  • Award-winning spa

  • Golf Course

Cons
  • Not adults-only, so may not be as quiet for couples who want optimal privacy

Hotel Overview

While the term "honeymoon" is often associated with a kids-free vacation, some couples choose to bring the whole family on this special getaway. At the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, both parents and kids will be spoiled for choice when it comes to activities. Book a Beachfront View Suite and enjoy the close proximity to the stunning Natadola Beach, where everyone can spend the day swimming and snorkeling. The award-winning spa is not to be missed, and those in search of a golf day won't be disappointed by the property's famous 18-hole course.

For those who want to be a little removed from the crowd, book a suite at Club InterContinental located just a quick golf cart ride away from the main resort. Here, guests can enjoy the members-only Club InterContinental lounge, replete with sweeping views of Natadola Bay, an infinity pool, cozy nest chairs, and all-day food and drink service.

Final Verdict

If you're not sure how to choose, trust us when we say that you can't go wrong at Tokriki Island Resort Fiji, a property that will completely pamper you and you'll get the once-in-a-lifetime Fijian experience you're looking for. Those who want to prioritize diving should certainly start at Taveuni Dive Resort, and if you're traveling with kids (some honeymooners do!), book a suite at InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, which puts you right in the action and will keep everyone happy.

Methodology

We researched dozens of properties, with a special eye on notable amenities, locations, and property features. Our writer also stayed at the majority of the resorts reviewed, and traveled to Fiji for an in-person experience to ensure reviews are thorough. We also spoke with travel experts and researched online reviews to make sure experiences lived up to the hotels’ claims.

Palm trees around an infinity pool at Tokoriki Island Resort Fiji.

Photo by Ellie Nan Storck