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Where to stay in Fiji


There are a good number of luxury hotels in Fiji, the majority of which are located in Nadi, Suva and Savusavu, along the Coral Coast of Viti Levu, in the Mamanuca and Yasawa groups, and on Beqa and Taveuni islands. There are also many small inexpensive hotels in Fiji throughout the islands, some offering dormitory accommodation. It is preferable to book well in advance as some outer island resorts accommodate no more than 16 guests. A 5% hotel tax is levied on all services charged to guests' accounts, including meals in hotel restaurants.

Bed and breakfast

Guest houses in Fiji are mostly clean, comfortable and some even have a licensed bar, pool, restaurant, air conditioning and kitchen. Lodges are another popular option.


Other accomodation

Hostels are available on Viti Levu.
Bungalows are available on Viti Levu, the Mamanucas and the Yasawas. Bungalows consist of standard to deluxe rooms and bathrooms (some have shared bathrooms). Meals are often prepared by the host and served in the main house. Self-contained holiday houses, cottages and flats are also available across the main islands.

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