February 11, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Nanuku Auberge Resort in Pacific Harbour, Fiji Islands
Fiji is renowned for its stunning beaches, beautiful warm climate, and its unique relaxed island atmosphere. With adventure hidden around every corner, you’ll find incredible things to do at Nanuku Auberge resort. Or, you may choose to simply surrender to the natural rhythm of relaxation, taking in the island life. Regardless, we welcome you to stay with us, and submit to the lure of the Pacific. From our spacious suites, to our grand villas and our magnificent real estate in Fiji, Nanuku Resort offers luxurious accommodations that deliver the utmost in comfort, style and atmosphere. Every living space surrounds you in luxury with sophisticated decor, rich textiles, lush courtyards, and inspiring ocean views.
Presented with passion and authenticity behind every Auberge culinary experience, Nanuku is a Fiji all-inclusive resort and offers a remarkable dining experience as part of your stay. From inventively crafted cuisine to familiar comforts, our menus are inspired by the highest quality and locally sourced ingredients—from garden fresh produce to fresh caught seafood—to create a fabulous fusion of international and Fijian dishes. The blue Pacific Ocean and Pacific Harbour are home to an array of Fiji activities and adventures including outstanding snorkeling, sailing and sport fishing. Play championship golf in Fiji and take in the stunning views of the sea and surrounding rainforest. If you are a thrill-seeker, ride down the dunes and try sand boarding, zip-line through a tropical rainforest or discover the many hidden waterfalls on an adventurous hike. For a tranquil experience, unwind at our intimate Fiji spa, lounge the day away in a hammock or sample local arts and culture at Pacific Harbour Village just steps away.
Location of Nanuku Auberge Resort
Nearest Airport: NAN
Amenities for Nanuku Auberge Resort
- Private Chef
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Housekeeping Service
- Fitness Center
- Butler Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Private Pools
- Private Gardens
- Private Terraces
- Complimentary WiFi
- Scuba Diving
- Ecological Excursions
- Horseback Riding
- Active & Adventure
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
- Summer Getaways
- Winter Getaways
Reviews for Nanuku Auberge Resort
We just finished 1 week at the Nanuku resort in Fiji. We are a family of 5 with kids 9, 11, and 13. We had a phenomenal time and would highly recommend this resort to families (and others). Itâ€™s a bit of a hike from the airport, but well worth it. Resort is situated on a pristine coastline and has a good beach. Resort is beautiful with great facilities. Rooms are beautiful and spacious, pool is good, restaurant very nice, etc - and its right on a very nice beach. We have been to a number of pacific islands including multiple islands in Hawaii, Bali, etc (as well as Mexico, Caribbean, etc) and what differentiates Fiji is how unspoiled it is. Much less developed then most other places we have been, more wild nature, with a very beautiful coast line. And that is just on the main island (of which there are more then 300) so there are many opportunities to explore much more remote places. The hotel has something that is very unique for kids. They have a buddy system where the staff from the adventure club will hang out and play with the kids whenever they want all around the resort (in the pool, at the beach, pool and ping pong tables etc). So while we like to spend most of the time with our kids, we had some downtime when our kids had a great time playing with their buddies. Highlights include snorkeling, river rafting an surfing. You can snorkel off the hotel reef or they will take you to local reefs on their jet skis. We donâ€™t scuba, but the snorkeling was best we have every done. We would highly recommend the river rafting, 5 hours on an incredibly beautiful river with waterfalls, deep narrow canyons and pristine water for swimming. We used Rivers Fiji and they did an A+ job. My son and I are both intermediate surfers, but donâ€™t surf the big stuff and the surfing is not to be missed if you have experience. Nanuku recommended Waidroka which I would not recommend. Nice people, but they favor the people at their resort and would only take me out on 1 of 3 days I wanted to go and there is no real personalized service. Probably much better if you are staying at the resort. Iâ€™d recommend you go to Matanivusa Resort which is also about 25 minutes from Nanuku. Nick the owner totally set us up. We had our own boat and he found a local boy that was one of his trainees to go out with my son (my son is 11 and this boy was 12). We checked out 3 spots and decided to surf and nice fun right wave that was accessible to both of us. Incredible experience and most important felt that my son was in a very safe situation (not to say Iâ€™d do this if he were just learning, he has been surfing for a few years). Nick also offered to send us to Frigates for the day with a boat of experienced surfers but that was more then we wanted. Great place, great vibe, and very nice and personalized service. Also importantly, they have a good selection of boards as we did not want to bring our boards all the way to Fiji since it was not our only stop (unlike Waidroka which had poor equipment). Balancing comments on Nanuku: food overall delicious but preparation varied a bit and we had one good and one not so good experience at the spa. But that was at the margin and did not really take alway from an overall wonderful experience. Finally, the real differentiator is the people. People at the resort were just incredible - nice, competent, and they really make an effort to make it special. They bring the Fijian culture to their guests which we really came to appreciate. The people of Fiji are just more welcoming then almost any other place we have been (and not just at the hotel). Thanks for an amazing week.
Once or twice a year we explore a different 5 Star tropical resort in a different country. There are several reasons Nanuku is my new favorite tropical resort. First the flight from the West Coast is easy. You leave at night and wake up in the morning with the full day to enjoy. Biz class on Fiji Air makes even the flight feel a part of the vacation. The food at Nanuku is superb - healthy, contemporary, & delicious. The chef met with us personally to discuss our preferences. Our daughter has a serious peanut allergy and he explained the steps taken in the kitchen to make her safe. It was service beyond what is normally found in top US kitchens. Our own private island. It was visually stunning. It was the ultimate private playground. That day will remain one of my favorite life memories. The Fijian culture is kind and caring. They welcome strangers and are happy to share their way of life. Our kids also had a buddy for the week who made sure they had fun and also gave us our own freedom. It was the warmest, most thoughtful service Iâ€™ve experienced at any resort anywhere. Period.
doctormom4moms - Santa Rosa, California
We have traveled to over 40 countries and stayed at some of the world's best luxury hotels, but Nanuku Auberge Resort really stood out due to their heart of service and has thus left a most memorable experience for our honeymoon. Service: To start they have a high employee to guest ratio and all of the employees know your name, likes, dislikes, etc. You feel more like you are being hosted by friends, than waited on by hotel staff. On top of the genuinely warm service, they anticipate your needs, not to mention that kind gestures and surprises seem commonplace. Amongst the many amazing "normal" personal touches (welcome fruit plate, personalized welcome letter, a treat left for us at the end of every day, messages written in our cappuccino and on our bed with leaves & flowers, etc) they wrote our names in pebbles at the bottom of the swimming pool - that one gesture alone has left such a lasting impression. Our sincerest thank you goes out to all of the staff! Location: it is located in Pacific Harbor which is less touristy than Denarau Island. There is access to waterfalls and other restaurants within a driving distance. The resort offers many different transport and excursion options, including their own private island! Food: We are foodies and their food was by far the best food we had while we were in Fiji, as a matter of fact this is the reason we ended up switching resorts. The curry-of-the-day was a particular favorite of ours. We had such a wonderful experience at Nanuku Auberge. Not only are we now researching other Auberge's around the world, but we have every intention of returning to Nanuku Auberge in 2018!
FoodFroggy - Miami Beach, Florida
This is a world class resort like no other. All the elements you want are here â€“ luxury, elegance, balance, great food, activities, myriad local cultural touches â€“ the creativity is there. But what puts Nanuku in a category by itself is the people, who are proud yet understated carriers of Fijiâ€™s amazing culture. Nanuku moved me profoundly because it is so embedded in the local culture. I learned so much about Fiji from conversations with the staff, who delight in sharing the stories and wisdom of their heritage. I'll be back! And for fellow birders, I have to give a shout out to the incredible birding. The high proportion of endemics means that first time visitors to Fiji are guaranteed many firsts â€“ I had 16, including the red-headed parrotfinch. My Nanuku guide was superb.
A colleague gave Nanuku rave reviews a couple of years ago, I decided I needed to see for myself. We needed a special place to celebrate my husbands 60th birthday and our wedding anniversary. Nanuku was the choice. As you arrive at the Nanuku gates the magic happens. There is a culture of creating memories and going the extra mile. You can do as little or as much as you like. Fijian history and rituals are showcased in an inclusive and restpectful way. Amazing welcome! Every experience level is catered for when you leave your hammock and head for the activities area. You always feel supported and safe giving new things a go. We swam, snorkelled in front of the resort and on the reef, a short boat ride away. We gave paddle boarding a try, thank you Solo! Had delicious food, thank you Isaac! Enjoyed spa treatments and cooking classes. The accommodation was exceptional, the food outstanding, the water warm and the reef like a wonderland. Lying on the lounges looking at the stars and the sunset-amazing. That said it was the way our celebrations were acknowledged and recognised that made this experience heartfelt. Everyday there was a personal touch too many to list. Nanuku opens her arms and gives you a warm Fijian hug. Vinaka to all the staff too many to mention....a holiday to treasure and remember forever. See you next time!
827maggie - Melbourne, Australia