Nanuku Resort & Spa Fiji opens

Nanuku Resort & Spa Fiji opened in Pacific Harbour Fiji, the only all inclusive "all-villa" boutique resort located in "Fiji's Adventure Capital" on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu in the South Pacific.

The resort has its own airport and two miles of private beach. The resort represents an investment of approximately $25 million.

Fiji's newest luxury resort, located amid tropical gardens overlooking the Beqa Lagoon, on one of the mainland's white sandy beaches, is only a one hour and 50 minute drive from Nadi International Airport in the Fiji Islands. The resort, located on 55 acres, offers couples and families two-tiered choice of accommodations - the Vunikau Residence perched on a volcanic edge overlooking the lagoon, and beachfront residences. Personal butlers, personal fitness trainers, private nannies and customized experiences are on offer at the property.

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From the Nanuku Resort & Spa's Vunikau Residence, perched on a volcanic point overlooking the waters of Beqa Lagoon, and five furnished beachfront residences, steps from the white sandy beach, the suites and residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open to South Pacific breezes. Each has in-suite rooms with spa bath, private yoga bures, plunge pools, media rooms, desks, outdoor living rooms, private landscaped gardens, daybeds and ocean views.

For dining, the Club House is available. Other amenities include The Lomana Spa, and Nanuku's Lailai Children's Club.

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