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... and I stayed at Paradise Cove for 3 nights in a two bedroom garden villa (we had booked a 1 bedroom but upgraded for...
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... We stayed across from the resort in one of the 4 2-bedroom houses (which can be let as one-bedroom) which are...
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... on our honeymoon/babymoon and were upgraded to the premium suite on arrival because the weather meant our helicopter flight...
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... with my sister therefore what accomodation would suit best. We are happy to share a room but would like our own bed. I can’t see any specific twin share rooms on the website...
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Answer from Bre
Jan 2024 |
Beds are made as twin beds upon request to paradise cove
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Rebecca H wrote a review Sept 2016
4 contributions3 helpful votes
My partner and I stayed at Paradise Cove for 3 nights in a two bedroom garden villa (we had booked a 1 bedroom but upgraded for no extra charge). The room was immaculate, and the open air bathroom was beautiful and very private.

The staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming, and the food at the open air restaurant was the best I've had in my three visits to Fiji.

We took advantage of the free snorkel, kayak and SUP hire to enjoy the crystal clear water and beautiful surrounds. The walking tracks provided stunning 360 degree views of the island and neighbour one islands, and the opportunity to swim with the Manta Rays was one of a kind.

I have nothing but positive things to say about this resort. Vinaka Vaka Levu to the staff at Paradise Cove and see you again.
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Rosie C wrote a review Sept 2015
Martinborough, New Zealand8 contributions6 helpful votes
We are an older couple and have visited Fiji many times and stayed in many resorts. PC rates very highly with us. It has a gorgeous pool, bar and restaurant area and because the resort is compact, it's not far to walk. It feels relaxed and uncrowded. The staff are friendly and professional. We stayed across from the resort in one of the 4 2-bedroom houses (which can be let as one-bedroom) which are simply stunning, facing southwest, so gorgeous sunsets. If they had a plunge pool on the deck, they'd be perfect. And a short pier would help at low tide to get out over the coral to swim in that gorgeous warm clear sea. Getting back to the resort by calling the boat over was easy and didn't involve wet feet! The in-house breakfast is a great idea but needed some organizational tweaking...eg why not bring everything over the night before to save time. Overall, great for couples and families.
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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nelbells10 wrote a review May 2017
Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand36 contributions16 helpful votes
We are already planning our next holiday to Paradise Cove, this time with our whole family! The whole experience was just perfect! We were on our honeymoon/babymoon and were upgraded to the premium suite on arrival because the weather meant our helicopter flight was cancelled. It was no ones fault, so the upgrade to compensate was just fantastic!! We can't thank The Fiji Travel Network enough....!!!!

It was so relaxing, the food is AMAZING, and the staff are so friendly and accomodating! Music and kava after dinner service, friendly and efficient bar staff who pay attention to your 'regular' drinks order (thanks Knox and Sunia!) and always greeted with so many happy faces every morning at breakfast (Moses was always looking after us and ensuring we had all we needed over our stay!)...

Activities were excellent, we had fun taking a cooking class and night snorkelling, and the facilities were just excellent - we especially loved the outdoor bathrooms and our plunge pool!

Can't wait for next year, when we will certainly be back!
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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fishoNelson wrote a review Jul 2014
Nelson5 contributions12 helpful votes
We have recently enjoyed 7 great days at Paradise Cove and we were very sad to leave. The diving was excellent and the Fijian dive master was awesome. After 10 dives during the week I was perfectly relaxed. As to the food, it is true, this is the best food we have ever had outside of very small boutique hotels, anywhere!!! Accommodation and location was superb. So nice to have access to good swimming at any stage of the tide. Swimming and snorkelling with the manta rays was a real bonus on top of the PADI dives. We arrived and departed by Seaplane, which I highly recommend, as the views are awesome. The only small downside was the noise of the wind in the coconut palms at night. It kept me awake thinking of the perfect sunsets!!! We stayed in the 2 bedroom Beach Front units a 2 minute boat ride from the main part of the resort. The peace and privacy was superb. On the last night we had a private sea food BBQ cooked for us by the resort staff. It was great. We will be back.
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Date of stay: June 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ani R wrote a review Dec 2015
Sydney, Australia47 contributions13 helpful votes
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I was looking forward to this trip for months , I visited the island with my 2 kids , I had to pay for a 2 Br villa when we only really needed one since we never used the 2nd one but the nz office insisted we had to book a 2 Br . We went by boat and the boats for transfers was so tiny and scary in the rough seas . I think they can invest in a jetty or a bigger boat like captain cook. We reached the island and the welcome was great but we were a group of 5 and we were briefed at the same time and was very uncomfortable answering personal details in front of others / maybe 1 :1 would be better. The rooms can get very hot in the day since the air escapes from the wooden louvres and should be sealed, I can't believe that no one informed from the nz office who did our booking that there was construction undergoing on the island.it seemed like we were still at home with construction noises and drills and saw noises. Housekeeping does an ok job but should pay attn to nooks and crannies there were a lot of spiders and webs in corners.
Stains on sheets , we asked sheets to be changed but they were flipped around. Internet didn't work in 2nd bedroom. The food is great , the chef can work with you and puts in a lot of effort but there are too many flies so hard to enjoy the food. Maybe they can try citronella products.The staff are fantastic they did a bday celebration for my kid . Thanks for organising this .We had some issues with the room facilities but Tim the manager was very quick to fix the issues and very helpful and approachable person. It was a great experience since we didn't stay overnight on an island and the setup was quite different to other hotels. Would go back if these improvements are done. The crew make this place wonderful who come mainly from nearby island called Soso Village.
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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redlight40 asked a question Nov 2017
Denver, Pennsylvania25 contributions
Please help... I’m trying to decide where to stay during our first trip to Fiji in late April 2018 and am flying a long way from the eastern US to get there. Right now we are staying at the Tokoriki Beach Resort the last 3 nights and on the main island the 1st night to zip line and possibly due 1 more excursion. That leaves 5 nights in-between and I think Paradise cove and Lomani Island Resort are the top 2 finals for value & location. What am I looking for? Beachfront as close to beautiful water as possible. Waves!!! (I realize I may need to travel to see them & although not a surfer would like to watch and even swim in them) eg if I can get to cloud 9 or cloud break that is good enough. Pristine beach with amazing water ... to swim snorkel and possibly a dive. Great food (super picky eater), tv in the room in case of bad weather and at night, extremely clean room with a supportive bed & private bath. I don’t care about alcohol as I’m a lightweight. Options on meal plans (if any)... like good coffee and options at breakfast and dinner. I hear Castaway and Blue lagoon are nice but I read mixed reviews. I believe the currency rate is in my favor but money is still a consideration. If it says 5 stars and costs 400-600 USD a night ideally I’d like to get what I pay for. The more free activities they offer the better, or at least many types of excursions the better. It’s just me (48) and my friend (31) who are are going, so all couples would be a bit of a downer, but all adults or families is just fine. A spa, clean warm pools and a lazy river or hot tubs plus beautiful sunsets are a must. Ideally Tripadvisior and other awards are a bonus. And room service would be a treat. I am not against the Yasawa islands which is why I picked Tokoriki the last 3 nights since its somewhat close. ** Open to other suggestions. THANK YOU Ps would I be better off staying at the Marriott on main island? I don’t want to miss out on the best of FIJI but I do want to have a truly wonderful clean resort.
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Answer from cangau
Nov 2017 |
Paradise cove offers amazing beach front accomodation with your own private beach lounges. The water is clean and warm and the snorkeling is good. Snorkeling with Manta Rays is also on offer at a reasonable price. Lots of other activities available. There are small waves that you can hear on the beach - but because the islands are surrounded by reefs, don’t expect great surf. paradise cove offers an adults only area that is really nice if you want to get away from the main resort pool area. You can also have meals served there. Food options are very very good - lots of choices and the dinner menu changes every 2 days. Lunch has daily specials in addition to the set menu. Showers are outdoors in a beautiful secluded outdoor area of your accomodation. Wash basins and toilet is under cover. This place is very nice.
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Answer from DanielleCraig2013
May 2017 |
Hi Julie, The Paradise Suites are on the main resort side. The beach houses are across the water by boat.
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Answer from nw00dy
Apr 2017 |
It's relatively easy, you have phones in each room and you can call the boat and they will come within few mins to pick you up.
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