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Lalati Resort & Spa

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Well-spaced bures
  • plenty of activities
  • good spa

    Cons

  • Tidal beach
  • no selection at meals

Lalati Resort & Spa Review

With just seven bures set beside a stunning bay, this intimate all-inclusive is popular with honeymooners. Minnesotan owners Clint and Jayne Carlson describe it as a "place to switch off and relax," and most do just that in addition to scuba diving, half-day picnic trips to a smaller island, and village tours. Bures are large, two-room affairs with walk-in showers, high ceilings, and generous porches facing out to sea. The honeymoon bure is spectacular, with a granite bathroom counter, double showerheads, and a private outdoor courtyard with another shower, small waterfall, and a hot tub; it also has a TV and DVD player. The menu features mostly American dishes such as lasagna and rack of lamb—while it doesn't offer choices, the chef will work with you. Meals are communal, but you can choose to dine on your porch or out on the resort's pier.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 bures.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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