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Mamanuca and Yasawa Groups Hotels

Lomani Island Resort

Pros

  • Intimate setting
  • Friendly staff

Cons

  • Can be extremely buggy at dinner
  • Must walk to neighboring resort for landline Internet

Updated 06/22/2011

Fodor's Review

There's plenty of room for romance in the 12, adults-only open-plan suites, around the 35-meter pool (it's big), and along the generous beachfront. The main area of this expanded former holiday house includes reception and an outdoor restaurant overlooking the beach and pool. Complimentary activities include snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, hand-line fishing, kayaking, cooking lessons, bicycling, and Fijian cultural lessons. Suites are concrete with tile floors and are

done almost exclusively in white. Each features a large couch in its living room and a king-size, four-poster bamboo bed. Hibiscus suites have views from both their living and bedrooms and outdoor showers; numbers 11 and 12 are slightly closer to the sand while larger ones are set farther back on the grounds. Deluxe have larger, more stylish bathrooms but only their living rooms have ocean views, and 5 new luxurious beachfront bures were recently added. Lomani is an adults-only property, and has a year-round policy of only catering to children 16 years and older. There's an à la carte restaurant specializing in seafood, and three other restaurants are within walking distance.

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Hotel Information

Phone:

/666–8212

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 12 suites, 5 beachfront bures
  • Breakfast; All meals

Updated 06/22/2011

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