If you’re looking for the best Fiji resorts for families, you’ve come to the right place. Fiji has so many fantastic kid-friendly resorts that it can be hard to decide which one to visit. Through the Holidays with Kids Readers’ Choice Awards, you, our readers, have voted for the best of the best family resorts in Fiji. Each of these resorts caters incredibly well to children, has awesome facilities and luxurious accommodation. You will discover generous hospitality, tropical landscapes, warm-ocean swimming, and locals who love children.
The Best Fiji Resorts for Families
The best luxury Fiji resorts for families with more than 50 rooms
The best five-star resorts in Fiji offer unlimited watersports, amazing childcare facilities, exclusive dining and stunning islands with coral reefs. These luxury resorts take ‘beach view’ to another level, pleasing their smallest guests with endless adventure and indulgence. Our annual Readers Choice Awards recognises these resorts as the best of the best.
Are you dreaming of a tropical Fiji getaway with swaying palm trees, thatched-roof bungalows, stunning beaches, and the chance to experience the friendly Fijian culture? Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on the Coral Coast of Viti Levu is just the ticket to turn your dreams into reality. The resort makes it even more appealing by offering kids stay, play, and eat-for-free packages, along with the Coral Kids’ Club for kids under 12 and teen activities for older kids, which include water fun, games, local tours, and visits to local communities. For parents with young children, their Meimei nanny service is also available to provide some much-needed downtime to indulge in all this family-friendly resort has to offer.
Nestled on its own private island, families are in for a treat at Shangri-La Yanuca Island. The resort offers a range of accommodation, including two-bedroom lagoon bures, family suites and rooms to cater to the needs of every member of your crew. With three pools, a private beach, and multiple dining options, there’s something for everyone at this luxury Fiji resort for families. In the water, try snorkelling, jet skiing, kayaking and an enormous inflatable water park. There’s also a dedicated kids’ concierge that arranges regular daily activities. A nanny service, babysitting, and indoor and outdoor kids’ club, as well as a tweens’ and teens’ zone, frees up adults to enjoy golf, tennis and blissful beach massages.
Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort has lagoon-style pools, superb ocean views and a range of water sports. The Sheraton Side by Side program will entertain children aged four to 12 years with Fijian language lessons, fish feeding, artistic time with face painting or basket making and plenty of moving around. With spacious rooms, a dedicated kids’ program and awesome restaurants with water views, this Fiji resort for families also provides guests with access to all the facilities at the adjacent Sheraton Denarau Villas, The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa, and the Denarau Golf & Racquet Club, including the restaurants, pools and daily activities. The resort is only 20 minutes from the airport and has a free shuttle so you can visit some of the popular local attractions.
There’s good reason families love this five-star Fiji resort for families. Radisson BLU Resort Fiji Denarau Island is nestled among tropical gardens, picturesque waterfalls, and has a private beach. There are four climate-controlled lagoon pools, a white-water tunnel slide, and a kids’ club to keep young ones entertained, then you can get a massage or enjoy a round of golf. Savour a variety of cuisines at one of the six on-site restaurants, such as the beachside grill, Thai, Lebanese and Italian restaurants, and signature dining experiences. For a day of family fun, take a diving adventure at Malolo Barrier Reef or spend a day with Sigatoka River Safari.
Momi Bay, Nadi
Maintaining fifth place, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is increasingly being recognised as one of the best Fiji resorts for families. Wake up to shimmering blue water from an oceanfront bure, relax on the sheltered lagoon beaches, or visit the spa between dips in one of the three resort pools. Kids love the Turtles Kids’ Club and pool area, while beachgoers appreciate the resort’s close proximity to world-class diving and surfing spots. This Fiji resort for families also makes it possible to enjoy a family dinner of freshly-caught seafood at Fish Bar, or indulge in a poolside pizza at Lagoon House & Bar. Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay has six restaurants and cafes to choose from.
Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa offers a tranquil escape and the biggest pool in the South Pacific. This family resort combines Fijian spirit with refined French-inspired hospitality, and the dedicated family rooms include a private balcony and a separate children’s room with bunk beds. While you relax and rejuvenate at the adults-only pool, the kids will be entertained for hours at the Niu Kids’ Beach Club and Teenage Zone Club. It offers six interactive spaces including Wet & Wild, Splash & Play, Artist in Residence, Chill Zone, Simple Pleasures and the Islander Cabana, along with a climbing wall and trampoline area on the beach.
If white-sand beaches with crystal-clear water aren’t enough to entice you to Warwick Fiji, the highest-rated restaurants in Fiji and thrilling water sports might. The tropical family-friendly resort caters to parents and children who love swimming, with a beachfront and two pools with pool bars. The complimentary kids’ club entertains travellers aged three to 12 and engages children with their surrounding by feeding fish, hunting for treasure and building sandcastles. Meanwhile, the big kids can test their balance with stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking.
A stay at Sheraton Resort & Spa on Tokoriki Island in Fiji is akin to a stay in paradise. This luxury Fiji resort for families complements white-sand beaches, crystalline waters and world-class dining with well-appointed rooms, rainforest showers and furnished patio areas. There’s a mini-golf course, infinity pool, coral reef diving and a day spa. The in-house kids’ club will keep the littlest members of the family entertained with educational and cultural activities alongside swimming and a roster of games that changes daily.
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is set on a stunning beach that’s protected by a natural reef that creates an aqua-blue lagoon. The kid-friendly resort has five restaurants and bars, a serene spa, 18-hole championship golf course, three swimming pools, and a dive pool. As if that wasn’t enough, kids are spoilt for choice with the Planet Trekkers Kids’ Club. Divided into age groups of 4-7 and 8-12, the activities include cultural crafts, Pitch & Putt, beach football, cricket and volleyball sessions. Children under four years can attend the kids’ club but must be accompanied by a parent or resort nanny. Up-and-coming golf champions can enjoy a stunning beachfront golf course while budding marine biologists can snorkel or dive their way through the turquoise waters. The resort is located along picturesque Natadola Bay on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu. After a day of activities, enjoy a themed buffet dinner and authentic Fijian entertainment.
Boasting contemporary rooms with spacious layouts, a family-friendly deli, an adults-only spa and a beachfront restaurant, Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa is one of the best Fiji resorts for families. The fitness centre, room service and outdoor pool ensure guests have all they need for a carefree vacation while providing easy access to the beach beyond.
Feel the weight of the world lift from your shoulders at Club Wyndham Denarau Island, one of the best Fiji resorts for families. One-, two-. and three-bedroom apartments are available to families, each one spacious and handsomely decorated. A large lagoon pool, outdoor spa, swim-up pool bar and kids club are all available to guests. The resort’s location, just a 15-minute drive from Nadi Town, makes it easy to enjoy the island’s 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, a variety of restaurants, bars, boutiques, and places of historical and cultural significance, such as the Garden of the Sleeping Giant and the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple.
The best luxury resorts in Fiji with 50 rooms or less
Intimate with personalised service, these boutique resorts offer an exceptional level of luxury in Fiji for families. Kids will love splashing in the private plunge pools, spending time with child-loving nannies, or taking part in paddleboarding, sailing, snorkelling, kayaking and village visits as a family.
Vomo Island Resort is an idyllic private island paradise dotted with white sandy beaches, coral reefs and swaying coconut palms. The resort offers 34 luxuriously appointed villas and private beachfront residences nestled between frangipani trees on the beachfront or tucked away into the hillside. Each offers a personalised butler service and the luxury of having the island almost entirely to yourself. Children can indulge in a range of exciting activities such as diving, snorkelling, stand-up paddleboarding, hiking and visiting nearby villages. Parents can find time for themselves with VOMO’s Kids Village and baby butler service.
With just 25 luxurious bures, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort offers an idyllic retreat for families seeking seclusion in paradise. Every child under five is paired with a dedicated nanny to care for them throughout their stay, leaving parents free to enjoy beach walks, fishing, paddleboarding and sailing activities. A family pool, water slide, flying fox, trampoline and treehouse are also available on site. As well as the resort’s resident marine biologist leading scuba diving and reef snorkelling, the resort offers ‘School Under the Sea’, an innovative educational program that enables kids to immerse themselves in Fijian culture while learning and exploring.
Malolo Island, in the pristine Mamanuca island group, provides the sublime setting for Six Senses Fiji, a luxury boutique resort featuring just 24 spacious villas, all with private pools, ensuring serenity for families in search of a complete escape. Along with snorkelling, sailing, diving and kayaking, the 100 per cent solar-powered property offers a variety of on-site recreational opportunities, including an outdoor pool, tennis, a sublime day spa, sauna and fine dining. For the kids, the Grow with Six Senses program provides nature-focused activities that will immerse them in local culture, wellness and sustainability to gain life skills through play.
=3. Kokomo Private Island Resort
Yaukuve Levu Island
This intimate island hideaway is a place of relaxed elegance, where pristine reefs and an all-inclusive luxury resort experience awaits. With just five lavish residences that offer an unforgettable escape for multi-generational families, plus 21 exclusive beachfront villas on the island – each featuring a private lounge, bar, deck and infinity pool – you’ll rarely encounter another guest, except at meal time. Speaking of which, there’s no menu here; instead, meals are made to your wishes. Spend your days enjoying cultural activities or getting active with a variety of water sports. The island’s Kids’ and Teens’ Club also offers an exhilarating program of activities while parents indulge at the spa.
Fiji’s Best Family Resorts: 3-star & 4-star
Sunshine, beaches, coconuts and friendly locals… is there anything as relaxing as a family holiday to Fiji? From the perennial favourite Plantation Island Fiji to Mana Island, these are the best resorts in Fiji for families under 4 stars. Fiji’s best 3 & 4-star resorts have giant inflatable waterparks, incredible kids’ clubs and oceanfront locations, some less than an hour from the airport.
Malolo Lailai Islands
Once again, Plantation Island Resort has claimed the top spot as the best family resort in Fiji, three- and four-star category. The resort’s spacious bungalows are perfect for families and groups of all sizes, offering three-star prices in a five-star island location. A seven-kilometre stretch of white-sand beach, an inflatable water park, three pools, a brand-new Coconut Kids Club, water sports centre and a hands-on coral gardening project are just part of the fun. The Coconut Kids Club offers activities infused with Fijian culture for little ones, while the Lairo Club keeps teens entertained. A 24-hour nanny service makes it possible for parents to enjoy a spot of nine-hole golf, or venture out to kayak, snorkel, or bike around the island by ‘Bula Bike’.
An intimate island surrounded by palm-dotted beaches and sapphire-blue water in the heart of the Mamanucas, Castaway Island Fiji is the perfect spot for a tropical escape. While kids will be torn between snorkelling and kayaking at the sheltered lagoon beach, swimming in the two freshwater pools or enjoying nature-based play and educational games at the exceptional kids’ club, parents can enjoy an island-style massage. Thatched Fijian-style family bures sleep up to 10 people and the kid-friendly buffet at Water’s Edge Restaurant makes dining a breeze.
The all-inclusive Naviti Resort is a family resort on the beachfront of Coral Coast and is one of the best destinations for families. Offering a swimming pool with a bar, a plethora of water sports and tennis courts, parents can unwind and pamper themselves at the day spa, fitness centre or golf course, while kids aged five to 12 can enjoy the free kids’ club, with activities highlighting Fijian culture. The resort’s all-inclusive package includes access to multiple food and beverage outlets, and kids under the age of 12 stay and dine for free when sharing a room with their parents.
Whether you show off your hat- and basket-weaving skills, attend a traditional kava ceremony, or discover the treasures of the surrounding crystal-clear water, you and the kids are sure to be busy at Mana Island Resort & Spa. Take your pick from four stunning beaches, two freshwater pools or a range of water activities and environmental programs. When the sun sets, treat yourself to a cocktail from one of the four bars and choose from a range of international or local cuisine with a side of nightly entertainment. The stunning location and friendly staff make this four-star resort one of the best Fiji resorts for families.
If you’re after an intimate, rustic resort that’s all about embracing culture in a way that will keep the kids engaged, you’ll love Malolo Island Resort. Spend your holiday snorkelling around the island’s coral reefs or using the free kayaks, catamarans, windsurfers and stand-up paddleboards. Tia’s Treehouse is the ultimate kids’ club, giving little ones the opportunity to live like a local Malolo Islander. Activities include tapa (cloth) painting, snorkelling lessons and racing in traditional niu boats. For the big kids, there’s a teenage lounge and a range of water sports for entertainment. This Fiji resort is great for large families, as the Family Bure can accommodate seven.
With air-conditioned bures just steps away from white-sand beaches and gentle waters perfect for snorkelling, diving, fishing and glass-bottom boat trips, Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa is one of the best family-friendly resorts in Fiji. The Hermit Crab Kids’ Club will take children on treasure hunts, sandcastle-building trips, water-slide rides, and more.
7. Nakelo Treasure Island Fiji
Enjoy a slice of Fijian paradise while your little ones are captivated by the activities on offer at Nakelo Treasure Island Fiji (formerly known as Treasure Island Resort). Children love The Little Treasures Kids’ Club, which includes Fijian cultural games, basket weaving, and meke dance performances for parents. Then take some time to discover the island’s wildlife and learn how to preserve the stunning surrounds of the Mamanuca Islands, as the resort always has conservation projects to be involved with. Nightly entertainment and a vast variety of dining options will keep you busy when the sun sets.
You’ll find Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa nestled within a 64-hectare sanctuary on the island of Vanua Levu, amid tropical rainforest and surrounded by impossibly clear waters. The Jungle Kids Club offers complimentary ‘Bula Buddies’ for four to 12-year-olds, while tots under three can hang out with a dedicated ‘Meimei’ nanny. The resort has a range of daily activities, including rainforest hikes, an introduction to Fijian culture, traditional arts and crafts, tidal pool exploration, snorkelling for seven years and older, t-shirt painting, coconut-leaf weaving, and sand village construction. For parents, a game of tennis, golf or volleyball are all on the cards, or take a cooking or meke (Fijian dancing) class, go stand-up paddleboarding, mask-up and try diving, or indulge in the signature banana leaf body wrap at the Rainforest Spa at one of the best Fiji resorts for families.
At DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Fiji you can sunbathe by the lagoon-style pool overlooking the beach, then swim among tropical fish in the warm waters of the South Pacific. The Fijian family resort also offers a range of cultural experiences and sightseeing tours, and activities such as horse riding, watersports and paintball. The free kids’ club runs daily and the resort has a set menu designed for children. Cribs, high chairs and a babysitting service all allow you to holiday with ease.
Live your best life at this fantastic family-friendly resort in Fiji. Perched on the beachfront of Wailoaloa Beach on Nadi Bay, Ramada Suites by Wyndham Wailoaloa Beach Fiji has stunning views of the sea and fully equipped suites for both business travellers and holidaymakers. The on-site restaurant, outdoor pool, fitness centre and spa ensure your family has everything required for a carefree vacation, while close proximity to Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, and Sabeto Hot Springs & Mud Pool makes it easy to engage with local hidden gems. Parasailing, kayaking, snorkelling, and a visit to the Kula Wild Adventure Park are all possible at Ramada Suites.
Boasting a pristine beach location surrounded by palm trees and bathed with sunlight, Octopus Resort on Waya Island is a luxurious yet affordable tropical escape. The kids’ club at this family-friendly resort in Fiji is free all year round for children aged three and older. Supervised activities are broken up into suitable age groups to ensure safety, with swimming, cooking lessons, face painting, crab and treasure hunts, snorkelling, storytelling, coconut husking, nature walks, language classes, and hair braiding all on the cards. Parents will love the pool and beachside bar, world-class scuba diving, and an on-site restaurant. The Sulua Day Spa offers massage, pedicure, and manicure services among other treatments, too.
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