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Lomaiviti Group Hotels

Naigani Island Resort

Pros

  • Stunning beaches
  • Friendly staff
  • Good selection at meals

Cons

  • Seclusion
  • No-romance zone at school holidays

Updated 06/22/2011

Fodor's Review

Popular with expat families and couples alike, Naigani has a winning combination of activities and classic escape credentials. Suva-based families like its proximity to the capital and its giant waterslide, while couples enjoy the intimacy it affords when school is in session. Play options include a "barefoot" par-27 golf course with three greens, beachfront swimming pool with swim-up bar, fishing, windsurfing, and other water sports. The island has beautiful white-sand

beaches leading into excellent snorkeling and its sole village welcomes guests. The Plantation Villas and two-bedroom villas are roomy and tropically furnished; the latter have kitchens and balconies. The restaurant's one-course lunches and four-course dinners are a combination of local and international cuisine. Dinner offers more choices and, might include crepes di mare followed by a cream of pumpkin soup and coconut lamb satay or beef casserole.

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Hotel Information

Phone:

/603–0613

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 5 rooms, 11 villas
  • No meals; All meals; Some meals

Updated 06/22/2011

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