Fiji is synonymous with island luxury. COMO Laucala Island, a private island resort in Fiji, is known for its high-end luxury and natural beauty. Set over nearly 3,500 acres, it’s one of the world’s largest private islands. The resort features just 25 villas, ensuring privacy and tranquility for its guests, and each villa is designed in an open-plan style, blending traditional Fijian design with modern luxury. They each come with private pools, gardens, and many even have direct beach access.
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The island also has five restaurants and bars, a fitness center, a spa, and a variety of water sports facilities. The restaurants exemplify not only Fijian cuisine — like sweet potatoes, taro, and coconut — but international foods as well. There’s a strong emphasis on sustainability, too, with much of the food served at the restaurants coming from the island’s own organic farms.
The resort offers an array of activities to keep guests entertained and engaged throughout their stay. From snorkeling and scuba diving to horseback riding, surfing, golfing on the island’s 18-hole course, or simply relaxing on the island’s white sand beaches, there’s something to suit every interest. For those looking for relaxation, the resort’s award-winning spa offers a range of wellness treatments and therapies in a serene setting.
As the saying goes — you get what you pay for. When it comes to pricing, COMO is undoubtedly a pricy destination, with prices for accommodations starting at $5,000 per night, though that may vary depending on season and type of villa. Sure, it’s probably one of the more expensive hotels you’ve come across — and indeed, one of the most expensive in the world — but just take one look at those private villas. If you’ve got the spare change, it’s totally worth it.