The spectacular Laucala Island Resort can be found on an exclusive private island within the South Pacific. This tropical hideaway features beaches full of fine white sand and lush green rainforests. There are 25 luxurious villas that are surrounded by coconut plantations, and guests can look out towards deserted beaches, beautiful coral reefs, and miles of gorgeous jungles.
Guests can spend their days relaxing or they can venture out to explore all the beauty the island offers to those who choose to visit. The nearby golf course is the perfect spot to attempt a hole in one, while the waterfalls will intrigue those who want to capture picturesque views away from their rooms. Everyone will want to spend at least part of each day of their stay in one of the swimming pools.
There are five restaurants within this resort, and they offer guests numerous cuisine options. It is all about the fine dining at Plantation House, while Asian and Fijian cuisine is available in alfresco settings at the Seagrass Lounge and Restaurant. Barbecue food can be enjoyed at the Beach Bar, while Mediterranean cuisine is available at the Pool Bar. The Rock Lounge is the perfect spot for cocktails and small plates filled with easy to eat finger foods.
Number of Bedrooms
- Private Island
- Fine Dining
- Luxury Spa
- Water Sports
- Horse Riding
- Scuba Diving
Highlights & Reviews
- Private Island
- This private-island holiday home of Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz is almost kitsch in its perfection: four square-miles of private forest and coconut groves, cut through with a golf course, pools and waterfalls. With just 25 villas, and almost 350 staff, the service is as glorious as the island’s setting.
- One of three little islands in the Koro Sea, a 50-minute flight (costing £810 return) in the island’s private King Air B200 plane from Nadi (into which regular flights land from Los Angeles, Seoul and Hong Kong). From London Heathrow, it’s a long 32-hour journey, but once there, it’s the ultimate millionaire’s hideaway.
- Star Australian chef Anthony Healy supervises the cuisine and it’s as fine as any five-star hotel in a city – never mind a remote island. Food is light and delicious, from exotic fruit platters and light pastries for breakfast to rich fine-dining degustation menus in the smart plantation-style main restaurant. This is a place where you can have almost anything, anywhere, from lobster sushi on the beach to wagyu teppanyaki at the cliff-side bar.
Hotel AddressLaucala Island Resort