Laucala Island

The island escape of Laucala offers the kind of seamless experience that perfectly fits such a paradise-like setting, and can barely be matched anywhere in the world, with a team of 350 staff on-hand to take care of only a few prized villas.

Laucala Island

Laucala Island Resort doesn’t take any chances when it comes to the comfort levels, sense of style or level of service provided for its guests, with literally hundreds of staff members continually onsite to cater for only a handful of exclusive overwater and beachfront villas. Each of those comes with a private pool, personal buggy to explore the island, unbeatable sea views and a beautifully adorned patio of bespoke rattan furniture to admire them from. While within these bespoke thatched havens lies an irresistible mix of traditional Fijian artworks, ornaments and woven wares alongside plasma TVs, Bose Bluetooth speakers, champagne-filled fridges and every other five-star extra you’d expect from such an exclusive South Pacific escape.

Every element of every villa on Laucala Island is executed to perfection, and you have a choice of either elevated hilltop, beachfront or overwater options too, each having its own particular features and reasons to book. Then, outside of your personal Laucala Island sanctuary, time here can also be spent lazing on any of 10 private beaches, perhaps snorkelling over tropical reefs, seeking out a private picnic spot or simply swinging in a hammock overlooking the ocean. And for anyone feeling a little more active, there are boat tours available from Laucala, a PADI dive school onsite and 18-hole David McLay Kidd championship golf course woven throughout the island, plus scenic horse riding or walking trails to enjoy, a kids club and all sorts of fun-filled watersports too.

What’s more, the world-leading luxury of Laucala Island, its postcard-worthy sunset cocktail bars, gourmet cuisine and heavenly spa also come with fully fledged eco-credentials firmly in place. This means that your full body massage will be enhanced by only organic essential oils, the fine-dining cuisine is mostly grown and reared onsite (thanks to a 240-acre organic farm) or taken directly from the sea, whilst the very property itself has been constructed with the island’s delicate ecology remaining intact. Just another reason to book a villa at the unique South Pacific gem of Laucala Island, Fiji.