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Tokoriki Island Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Lavish accommodations
  • great staff
  • plenty of selection at meals

    Cons

  • Mediocre beach
  • Deluxe bures may be too dark for some tastes
  • $1/minute Internet

Tokoriki Island Resort Review

Honeymooners and couples swoon over the privacy, beautiful grounds, and excellent service at this lavish special-occasion resort. No cell-phone reception and no clocks in the rooms (let alone TVs or Internet) make it all the easier for guests to focus on the gorgeous environs and each other. Diving, snorkeling, island picnic trips, sunset cruises, and sand volleyball keep you entranced in daylight, and a tennis court can also be lighted for night play. Come dinnertime, it's hard to imagine a more exquisite setting than one of the well-spaced, white-linen-dressed tables bordering the gorgeous "infinity pool," with views past Tiki lamps reflected in the water to palm trees silhouetted against the sea. The excellent Continental fare, including a choice of six entrées at dinner, is accompanied by the sound of crashing waves. Deluxe bures are polished dark-wood affairs with spacious bathrooms featuring both walk-in indoor showers and beautiful outdoor ones. Double doors open onto small decks and the sand. Sunset Pool Villas are larger with outdoor daybeds next to private "infinity pools" and total privacy up to a shared short lawn sloping away to the beach.

    Hotel Details

  • 34 bures.
  • Rate includes no meals, all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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