This private island resort is everything its price tag would imply—a lavish all-inclusive, a setting for haute cuisine, a photo shoot waiting to happen—and one thing it wouldn't: it's child-friendly. For kids—ages 4–14, there's plenty to keep them entertained: kayak to a local cay, windsurf, sail, and snorkel; children under 4 are free. Regardless of whether the little athlete comes along, the grown ones will be satiated by a 9-hole pitch-and-putt golf course, tennis, volleyball, badminton, and croquet. Lounge chairs line the pool, the meal-time setting for those foregoing the opportunity to eat on a beachside platform or their personal deck. The all-inclusive menu presents such globe-spanning dishes as potato gnocchi, Thai green curry, and New Zealand beef strip loin, all lavishly accompanied. Hillside Villas are 640-square-feet (60 square meters) with separate living areas and bedrooms and Jacuzzis. Beachfront Villas have the same plus outdoor dining areas and are steps from the sand. For the intergenerational family, the Royal has three king en suite rooms set in a traditional Fijian living space, and for those traveling with friends, the Residence has three separate pavilions within their own intimate, private compound suitable for eight guests.