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Luxury Island Resort in the Yasawa Islands, Fiji. White sandy all tide beach, stunning sunsets, beach and pool bar.
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4ManlyTravellers wrote a review Oct 2014
Sydney32 contributions73 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you don't have much reading time, skip the details below and just book ... it will be the best snap decision you've ever made.

However, if you want more information ... we (2 adults, 15yo and 12 yo) stayed here for a week at the beginning of October. It was our second trip to Fiji. This place is fantastic ... not too big, not too small. Staff are really friendly, it's like staying with relatives you love and get along with. I am furiously doing budget calcs to ensure we get back here in a year or two!

Rooms: we stayed in a beachfront villa, do it if you can, it's worth the extra money. Rooms are enormous, the photos don't do them justice. We were a bit concerned about the outdoor bathroom at first but got used to it in no time. It was actually quite nice showering in the sun! There is also a big outdoor deck with lounges for just hanging around if you fancy. Also beachfront rooms get their own sun lounges on the beach, which is a nice touch.

Outdoors: right off the beach for the length of the resort is a reef with excellent snorkelling. Saw heaps of different fish, octopus, starfish etc. For the kids among you, there are even a few 'nemos' out there amongst the coral! We snorkelled here every day (sometimes twice a day) and didn't get sick of it.

Activities: just the right balance; there are things scheduled every day, eg basket weaving, village trip, snorkel trips, manta ray trips (in season), hikes, etc. All well organised and run; some free and some not. We always take our own snorkelling gear as have found hire gear is generally poor quality, but you don't need to worry here, it is all good quality stuff.

We also had a massage in our rooms, very relaxing. Plus there is free kayaking and paddle boarding for those so inclined, and yoga in the mornings and some evenings.

Food: We have never stayed anywhere with a meal package before as we prefer not to take the risk. Was prepared for just the basics, given virtually everything has to be shipped in from the main island. However, here the resort excels ... the food is better than what I've eaten at Sydney restaurants; seriously whoever is in that kitchen could give all the fancy masterchef types a run for their money! Good amount of choice for each meal, we stayed a week and didn't get sick of the food. Loved the fresh fruit in particular, so many places don't serve this and it's lovely on a hot day.

Staff: Really lovely. As the resort isn't that huge, they sometimes had time for a chat. Many of the staff live in villages on nearby islands, so it was great to talk to them about life in Fiji. Too many names to list here but our thanks to all the staff for making us welcome.

Electronics: The free WiFi in the rooms was a hit with our kids. Personally I'd prefer a holiday without it, but it is handy if you have it to use... particularly if travelling with the younger generation.

Transport: You either take a 1hr flight here (expensive), take the resort boat (free, 1.5 hrs) or book on the Yasawa Flyer (3.5 hrs). We gave the flight a miss due to cost and chose the Flyer. If you choose the resort boat, take heed of the resort's warning that the boat isn't suitable for small kids. The resort boat is SMALL and travelling on the open ocean, even on a relatively calm day, would likely induce sea sickness in anyone so inclined ... and of course there is no way of predicting ocean conditions when you book. The Flyer, a large catamaran, does take longer but there are tables you can sit at, a shop where you can buy drinks/food, toilets etc.

Leaving: our trip back wasn't until the afternoon, however after check out we still had the whole day to spend at the resort, we just showered in the pool side showers prior to leaving ... very handy and helped us make the most of our last day. The staff sing a farewell song as you leave the island; I wanted to jump in the water and swim back!
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Date of stay: October 2014
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Wei Bing L wrote a review Jun 2018
Ipoh, Malaysia417 contributions470 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My previous visit here was in May 2017 and I stayed for 5 nights that time. I enjoyed myself tremendously and I made a return visit in June 2018 for 8 nights. First & foremost, please be informed that this is a high-end, medium-sized resort (with 42 rooms in total) which caters to families, couples, small groups and solo travelers like myself. If you wish to enjoy a quiet & relaxing beach holiday in a breathtakingly beautiful natural setting, far away from crowded civilizations, but with all the creature comforts available, this is your dream holiday destination!

During my latest visit, I observed some improvements to the resort: they have installed a timber boardwalk to connect all the rooms around the entire resort to the main dining area, swimming pool & Sand bar(next to the main pool). Previously we had to walk on sandy paths with loose sand and this was rather tricky for guests who have fitness issues. The timber deck next to the Sand bar has been extended so that more guests can enjoy dinner right next to the beach. 2 new pergola's complete with sofa sets have been added opposite the Sand bar and new 'cocoon' sun beds have been added to the furniture around the main swimming pool, for guests who want to relax next to the pool but don't want too much sun exposure. Now they also provide a complimentary amenity kit in all the villas, which include toothbrushes & toothpaste, a comb, cotton buds, a sewing kit & a shoe-cleaning pad. They have also replaced all the heavy timber chairs in the main dining room with woven rattan chairs complete with cushions. I can see that the management is spending their profits to improve the resort, which is a wise and noble decision.

Paradise Cove resort is celebrating its 5th Anniversary on 30th June 2018, it is one of the newest resorts in the Yasawas and it is very well-managed, I must add. Since my last visit, this resort has new General Managers; Ross and Mary Ann from South Africa and also a new Assistant General Managers; Alfie. I made a complaint to Mary Ann about the 2 lap pools in the Cove having too much chlorine and they rectified it on the same day. I also made a request for a firm pillow to Iva, the bubbly & cheerful guest relations executive, and she had it delivered to my room within the hour. All of them are very approachable and they will go out of their way to resolve any problems you might have. Here is a breakdown of my review:

1) Room - For this visit I stayed in a Cove Villa, a room located in the adults-only enclave which was completed in July 2017. The Cove Villa is ideal for couples and singles, it has a TV lounge, walk-in wardrobe, a very comfortable king-sized bed, double vanity basins and a glorious outdoor shower. The air-conditioning works perfectly and even the fan managed to cool the room down during the nights. Each of these Villas also has a day bed on the front verandah, facing the rest of the Cove. Within the Cove enclave, there is a boat bar, a restaurant which only opens for lunch and has a different menu from the main restaurant, lots of deck chairs, double day beds, 'cocoon sun beds' and a sunken pit where guests can sit around a bon fire at night to exchange stories under the stars.

2) Food - The meal plan is compulsory for all visitors and covers breakfast, lunch & dinner. Breakfast is quite basic with 1 'cooked' option combined with a continental buffet selection. Lunch includes 1 main course plus the dessert of the day. Dinner is the highlight of all the meals; it includes a 5-course menu which changes every 2 days. The quality of the meals for lunch & dinner is outstanding, you will feel like you are dining in a fine-dining restaurant in Australia & New Zealand! And the chef's curry of the day is highly recommended, they rotate the main ingredients(fish, lamb, beef, chicken & vegetables) every day. Every Friday evening, there is a 'Meke', a traditional Fijian dance together with a buffet dinner for all guests.

3) Facilities - This resort has 3 swimming pools(2 of them are within the adults-only Cove enclave), 2 restaurants(1 within the Cove), 2 drink bars(1 within the Cove), a dive shop-cum-activities-cum-water sports centre, a gym, a child care centre, a spa, a Teens gazebo, a yoga deck outside the gym and a walking trail to the top of the hill behind the resort and it leads to the other side of the island.

4) Activities - If you enjoy swimming in crystal-clear seas, snorkeling & scuba diving, this place is a TRUE Paradise!!! Stand-up paddleboarding & kayaking are complimentary, as is the use of their snorkeling equipment. I came to Fiji to go snorkeling and swimming in the sea, therefore I signed up for every snorkeling excursion that wasn't already booked out. A word of advice: after you check-in, if you wish to participate in any activities which are organized by the resort, you must put your name on the list as quickly as possible because there are limited spaces available for most of the activities. The boat snorkeling excursion costs FJD$20 per person, the manta ray snorkeling excursion costs FJD$75 per person and the snorkeling excursion to the house reef of the Octopus resort costs FJD$35 per person. However, please note that all sea-faring activities are subject to the weather and sea conditions of the day. For example, the Octopus resort snorkeling excursion I signed up for was cancelled due to strong winds & rough seas. There are many other activities available here but I cannot comment on them because I didn't take part in them. I spent most of my time snorkeling and swimming in the amazing sea right off the beach!

5) Transfers - This time I took the seaplane from Nadi to Paradise Cove, both ways, because Fiji Airways rescheduled my flight from Singapore to Nadi as well as the return trip and in the process turned my holiday schedule upside-down, causing me to miss my ferry transfers on board the Yasawa Flyer, both ways. The seaplane transfer costs a lot more than the ferry, but you will save 3 hours each way plus you will get to enjoy the spectacular views of the Yasawa islands from up in the sky!

6) Local craft market - Every Wednesday & Friday at 4pm, some ladies from the local village will sell handicraft and souvenirs next to the front office. Do bring some cash along with you and purchase some souvenirs for your loved ones as well as friends back home, and give some support to the local villagers.

7) The Nauka Spa - I tried 2 different massages here during this visit; the 1 hour Lomi Lomi massage and the 1& 1/2 hour Signature Paradiso massage. Both were excellent, and I would recommend the Signature Paradiso massage for pure & utter relaxation!

8) Drinking water - They provide complimentary drinking water from both bars, just bring your empty drink bottles and the bartender will fill them up for you with a smile.

9) Evening entertainment - From Monday to Saturday evenings, there is a kava band that performs at one end of the main restaurant. Anyone can join them on the kava mat after dinner and try some kava, a Fijian pepper root drink. This is a key component of Fijian culture; family & friends sit together after dinner around a kava bowl and sing while strumming the guitar and drink kava together. This is a soothing & relaxing type of entertainment, there isn't any heart-pounding, head-thumping, ear-drum exploding, "rock-N-roll" style performance here!! If you are after wild, drunken parties with deafening music, this resort is not the place for you. The televison in the rooms do not have live feed from any satellite stations, therefore you cannot watch CNN, BBC, ABC news nor Live sports events in your rooms. However, they let us watch the Live broadcast of several rugby matches on a TV at the Sand bar for a few evenings during this visit. Paradise Cove provides complimentary WiFi with a daily limit of 400Mb of data transfer for each guest, which was sufficient for me to check my emails, send Whatsapp messages and upload a few holiday photos on Facebook.

I had a great time here and made friends with a few of the guests, I dined together with my new friends every day for lunch & dinner for the duration of my stay. All the staff were outstanding; they will remember your name and the restaurant staff can even remember your preferred drinks!

Many thanks to Iva, Sisi, Vika, Mary Ann and Alfie from the front office, to Ani Davila, Ani Liku, Wati, Papa Joe, Elenoa, Max, Posha, Ema and Tetha from the restaurant, to Sunia, Claud, Evi, Knox & Tito from the Boat & Sand Bars, to Tuoi, Stee, Lai, Ron, Mua, Bola, Ratu, Buggy Joe, Siko & Rachael from the Dive shop and to Vere from the housekeeping department. Please keep up the great work!

I look forward to returning to Paradise Cove resort next year for another Awesome holiday!
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Ali-Henrik wrote a review Feb 2017
Stratford upon Avon, United Kingdom131 contributions109 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
It has taken us many months to get over the terrible stay here last year to renew our wedding vows. We booked 2 rooms a year in advance and requested near the beach and asked was it suitable for wheelchairs, we were placed in a dark and dingy room 4 rows back with deep sand paths unsuitable for wheels.
It became apparent they had saved the best rooms for those housed off other islands after the hurricane 2 months prior for islands that hadnt reopened.
We paid top dollar for everything and the organisation was terrible, the Vicar mumbled so much we couldnt hear him .
We have stayed at many 5 star places world wide and this is a 3.5.
We asked for Bacon everyday and eventually was told they were not buying it as it was too expensive( we had just stayed at the 5 star sofitel for 4 nights and indeed had bacon everyday)
On insisting for a better room we were given a beach front for the night of our vows but at 8,20 the next morning we had staff hammering on the door saying they wanted the room back.
Our wedding video is a joke and we cannot watch it as you cannot here the vicar and we had to keep saying, I am sorry can you please repeat that, The flowers were terrible and I asked if I need to bring some with me ( I was assured they were capable of doing them.The romantic meal did not run to time. as their beach was such a mess I asked if we could pop over to the other side , they gave us a boat for 15 mins the beach wasnt that much better and they charged us 200.
It was really hard to get to dinner in the deep sand so they insisted we have dinner at the back of the dingy lane outside our room, not only is this disability discrimination but made us feel as if they wanted to hide us away.
The one night we were in a beach front they did put down some wooden tracks.
Our 26 yr old Lawyer daughter did not enjoy it either, our 8 yr old son did to a point but hated to see us stressed and moving rooms in the middle of our week * wasted the best part of a day.
We would highly recommend The Intercontinental Fiji, The Sofitel Denerau(5star) or Bounty island ( not 5 star but a fabulous service and simple food at 1/10 of the price, beautiful island to walk round and wheelchair friendly)
The owners pretend to care but did not even bother to come and ask us how the ceremony went ,this was a totally ruined holiday and i would choose anywhere but here. The snorkeling is pretty dangerous too as its in the boat path and often has boat fuel in it.The guys in the dive shop are nice and gave good pool dive lessons for my son (paid for, most hotels are free in the pool). Please feel free to ask me any questions
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Date of stay: April 2016
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Response from Kylie H, Manager at Paradise Cove Resort
Responded 1 Mar 2017
Thank you for providing us with this feedback, whilst a year later we are happy to hear from you so we can address your concerns. We definitely recall your situation as our reservations team had many emails with you before you decided to proceed with your stay in the Bungalows. Your mobility issues were of extreme concern to us, with our advisor recommending another more suitable villa closer to the beach. However, due to your budget you expressed this was not a choice for you. Any other guests staying were paying guests whom also chose their desired villa. It was a shame that your stay was very soon after the wrath of a category 5 cyclone. Unfortunately it had an effect on the beach, fauna and indeed the entire island, but luckily the team had the resort ready to reopen in time for your stay. I am sorry you found the flowers terrible. We had them freighted 300km from the capital of Suva as we had no flowers on the island, nor were there any flowers in the vicinity after the category 5 cyclone. We are happy to hear that the team met your request for a free upgrade by offering you a beachfront villa for your wedding night to try to make this a special occasion for you all. The placement of the wooden pathway was also to try to assist you. As you decided you were unable to reach the restaurant through the sand pathways you were prveviously advised about, the team did the next best thing by bringing your meals to you at your own room, offering personal service at every turn. With all Fijian ceremonies - they are conducted by a well-respected local minister and parts are in native Fiji tongue, so this is something that cannot be changed - though it is a first to hear that you took this as mumbling. We could not agree more that severe mobility issues could be more suited to a mainland hotel with smooth flat surfaces. We are sorry that your island experience turned out to be unsuitable for you due to personal circumstances.
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Cheezel wrote a review Mar 2014
Whitford, Auckland493 contributions179 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We took the opportunity to spend five days unwinding before returning to Nadi for work. We have visited Blue Lagoon and a family member has also spent time at Octopus (sister resorts). Therefore we arrived with the expectation Paradise Cove would be of similar standard and offer similar amenities. To a degree we found this to be true - but in many ways, at least for us they have surpassed many of the other resorts available this side of Nadi.

Getting here is easy. The resort is situated not far in to the Yasawa chain of Islands. A short float plane trip is convenient for those arriving off international flights. Pick up the luggage and walk around to the domestic side of Nadi International Airport. We were out here within one and half hours and almost delivered to the door. The other option is the Flyer which gives you a decent look at a few of the other resorts closer to Nadi on the way back. You are dropped at the marina near Denarau and so if connecting with a flight you will require a taxi. The resort offers a boat as another alternative but be aware you will be left further up the coast and should discuss timeframes directly with them.

We always strive to get beachfront accommodation and this would be our recommendation to anyone considering Paradise Cove. The bures "Villa's" are positions just back from the stretch of nice beach. Each accommodation has two deck chairs, a thatched shade umbrella and good built in veranda seating area assigned for exclusive use. I believe there is also a similar set up available near the bar for Garden bure clients.

The beach itself is situated on a channel. It has an interesting outlook, good snorkelling just off shore and a view across the short expanse to four double bures. These are private and can be serviced and accessed from here by a boatman on stand-by. The concept does offer something different for Fiji and the price is at least for now very competitive. We took the opportunity to go on the short boat ride over (only a couple of minutes) and think the option of staying across the bay would definitely appeal to some. Each of the four villa's are staggered to provide privacy. There is a long private outdoor table. Each room as a spacious bathroom area with very well appointed bedroom looking out to the water. A self contained kitchen, great lounge, tv etc make these suitable for those with older children (small children only in school holidays) honeymoon couples or those that wish to have a more private/quieter stay. A chef can be provided or the amenities/pool/bar can be utilized be calling up the boatman. I will post photo's.

Our two bedroom villa on the main resort side was large and well appointed. As with the sister resort a good sized comfortable four poster bed is position in the lounge area. A huge outdoor bathroom equipped with two showers (good pressure) double vanity unit and toilet area services both rooms. The spare room has its own entry with small private toilet area (which may save the embarrassment of other family members/friends entering the larger area while in use!

It was great to see wifi is included. Yes I agree it is preferable not to include the outside world when taking a break. In reality a link to business or home is considered normal now days. Coffee/tea and mini bar are included in room which is most appreciated. Also nice touches such as dressing gowns and slippers not always available in smaller resorts. My one small dislike (also of Blue Lagoon) is the split level in the main living area. Aesthetically it separates the living/main bed area and is pleasing. However from a practical point of view I am concerned. For others I would suggest they be aware when walking around (especially during the night). The two steps have quite sharp edges and tumbling down on to either the small table or hard stone floor may spell the end of a holiday.

The infrastructure is excellent. Great open bar area near a spotless attractive pool overlooking the water! More than enough seating, great cocktails and friendly faces. Outdoor showers are also provided and the general feel and practical inclusions certainly show the designer put a lot of thought in to Paradise Cove.

We expected the restaurant to be similar to Blue Lagoon (Ok it is not totally productive to compare the two resorts but we did come here with the expectation it would be similar). The floor however is not sand and they have separated the tables. We personally are not big fans of communal dining as we come away to share time as a couple or with family. If we meet someone I am sure the option to join tables is there - but equally or more importantly diners are able to enjoy couple/family time here. Again much appreciated.

Food is important in any break away and Paradise Cove did not disappoint. The breakfast here includes a choice of freshly cooked hot eggs/pancakes etc. Buffet includes the normal fruits, cereals, juices and chefs pastry or sweet option varying daily. Lunch is a one course off the menu choice or daily special. Wood fired pizza was featured one day for instance. The main meal has a choice of starter (including soup), main and dessert. The menu for dinner seems to change every two days and snacks are available at the bar. The quality is excellent! Fresh produce and well presented. We would be more than happy with the standard supplied if we were presented this at home.

We do not partake in many activities. However there is a varied amount of things available for guests each day. What we did do we thoroughly enjoyed. Firstly we had the lobster dinner and it exceeded any other special individual dinner of this type we have had in Fiji. The lobsters were huge and the chef excelled. The staff member waiting on us was friendly and unobtrusive - the dessert and starter wonderful. I would highly recommend anyone staying here to treat themselves and will post a photo. Sorry for the quality as the flash did not oblige. We spend a few hours on a private picnic. The boat ride is approximately five minutes long and takes you to a small beach tucked just around the corner. Provided is a chilly bin with wine, water and a large selection of sandwiches, cake, fruits, cheese and crackers. The kitchen did themselves proud and this trip is highly recommended as a get away treat for any visitor. There is a nice walking track that goes up behind the resort. For the most part it is well defined and worth the effort for the view over South Beach.

Thank you goes to Sarah, one of the managers. She went the extra mile to make sure we were comfortable, allow us to visit the villa on the other side and provide boatman Tui so that we could chase the sunset one night. These are the extra things that a good manager can do that helps make a resort stand out.

At this stage this resort is setting a quality that is equal, if not better to some of the more expensive accommodations we have stayed at in Fiji. It has a great location, the staff are happy and the resort itself is running like clockwork. For us this has now taken the number one spot on this side of Fiji. We can only hope with expansion they are careful not to put pressure on the infrastructure and ruin the current standard of individual service.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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Emma K wrote a review Aug 2018
Kerikeri, New Zealand79 contributions50 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have just arrived back from our Fijian holiday. Paradise Cove was the first stop for our group of 3 couples. Usually I am a bit of a waffler but today I'm going to get right to the point.
FOOD! So much of it, incredible choices, fresh and delicious. Everything you could possibly want.
PEOPLE! Just lovely. Fijian time for service sometimes but honestly you just have to go with the flow
LOCATION! What a spot. Yes, can be windy but it comes and goes. Snorkeling is fine, enough to feel like your on your holidays. ABSOLUTELY get the sea plane...20 mins and your there. Worth every penny.
ACTIVITIES: Must do! Swimming with Manta Rays. Drinking champagne watching the sun go down in an inner tube tethered to a boat in the middle of the pacific (incredible) Spa treatments, all great. Deep sea fishing then having your fish cooked three different ways for lunch.
WASHING: fill your basket with as much as you like for $10! Didn't bring any dirty clothes home and nothing shrunk...wont be pressed though. But who cares.
DO...get a sea front Bure. Without a doubt the best idea. Friends with us were in the garden view, they loved it but its around in the adult only part, out the back.
BOOZE: is no more expensive than home and we thought the cocktails were great most of the time.
Do...take your own beach bag, there isn't one provided will need one to move around the different spots.
So the negatives, small though they are are worth mentioning.
When you book your seafront Bure make sure you request NOT to be in Bure 41.
Though its as beautiful and clean and spacious as all the others, its right next door to the dive shop which opens very early in the morning and the the little alleyway between you and the shop quite often is used for the quad bike in the early hours. I did not request a room away from noise, didn't think I had too spending that kind of money on a waterfront Bure, and the resort was fully booked so nothing I could do about it once I got there. Our friends were in Bure 42, the didn't hear a thing. The second thing that really annoyed me about Bure 41 is there is so much vegetation planted in front that you can't see the sea unless you stand behind the far right bedside table and stand on your tippy toes. Obviously annoying if your in a 'Ocean front' Bure.
The management were lovely, they tried, but at the end of the day, that room is just not going to improve without moving the dive shop and taking to the bush with a machete.
But all in all, our time in paradise cove was excellent.
Even though there were families with small kids and we were a group of middle aged adults, the whole place is set up for your own spaces....and we never go back to the same place twice but we have decided we will be back with our kids very soon.
As my husband says 'You don't go on holiday to loose weight or save money'! It might be a bit more expensive but you get a lot of bang for your buck!
So thank you Paradise Cove and all of your staff....we shall be back!
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Date of stay: July 2018
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VegasPat44 wrote a review Sept 2016
Las Vegas, Nevada74 contributions159 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I stayed 8 nights at Paradise Cove the first week of September and had an amazing time. The staff and food is what makes the difference from great to amazing. I still think that there can be improvements but its pretty close to perfection. There are three pillars to any vacation - Resort/Weather/People. All three were a home run!!

They took care of the transfers to/from the resort for me. We rode the seaplane in - we met the Air Pacific rep at the info booth and the rest was a breeze. We got to the resort just past 9 am!! If you take the boat you get there around 11:30 am.

We got pretty lucky with the weather. Mostly sunny almost every day. The last day it was mostly cloudy. The water temp was 79 degrees. The pool and ocean were cool at first but fine afterwards. The main part of the resort is centered around the main pool. The bar, restaurant and scuba (activities) center wrap around it.

Scuba - Jodi and her staff did a great job. Always made sure you didn't go to the same dive location during your stay. I went on three 2 tank morning dives and one night dive - prices are really low overall. Visibility was good to great. The colors of the coral and the variety of the fish were fantastic. I would highly recommend the night dive. The colors were so vibrant. Some of the lobsters we saw were the size of a small dog! Was never really cold - I did bring my own shorty wet suit. They do provide wet suits.

The activities they offered were great. Some cost some didn't. You could paddle board or kayak anytime. The snorkeling right off the beach was the best I've seen. The manta ray snorkel was off the chart - we saw four very large manta rays - pretty special. They also offer hand line fishing and other snorkeling (kayak, boat) activities plus a visit to a local village that was inspiring to see.

The day before we left they offered us an upgrade to the Beach House that is located across the channel on the smaller island. There are four 2 bedroom houses across from the main resort. The beach house has bi-fold window doors that open the entire living room to the large patio deck. Simply spectacular. The outdoor shower and bathroom is really neat - we had a few problems with hot water at first but that was resolved. The house also includes daily breakfast served by staff - just complete a form the day before. We were able to see the great sunsets from our beach house - you have to hike up to the sunset point to see the sunset from the main resort. The only downside of being on the smaller island is that you're somewhat isolated from the main resort. The internet and phones went down a lot - one time we were not able to call over to get picked up - luckily there was staff working at the next house. Another night the staff came over and said the tide was going to be too rough for us to come over so they brought dinner to us which was nice but we couldn't hang with our friends that we had met during the trip. Every late afternoon we would open up all the doors and blare our music, have some drinks and watch the sunset - amazing times. Lastly the trips back to the beach house can be rough due to the surf at night getting in & out of the boat.

All the staff clearly cares about each guest and goes out of their way to make it better. They get to know your name very quickly like you're family.

I was able to get them to put up the beach volleyball net halfway thru the trip and we played every afternoon. I brought one of my old AVP volleyballs and I left it there. So let me know if it's still there. Played with mostly staff and some guests. A lot of fun!!

We met and got to know some of the other guests. Really nice people. The activities are what bring the guests together - I wished they had more land based activities for adults (VB, bingo..). I heard that they had crab races & movie under the stars but it never came up.

The prices for drinks were, in my opinion, really expensive. $30 FJ ($15 USD) each. They have a happy hour but they only take off a few bucks. As a result this big bar and sitting area is mostly dead at night. I would suggest that they have a late night happy hour with 1/2 off prices that would pick up the night life.

The food was awesome. Lots of choices to choose from. There are three eating times. Bring some of your favorite munchies with you to get you by the in between times. The bar does serve snacks but at a cost. They do provide a couple of cans of peanuts and Pringles along with beer, soda and water in the room fridge. Water is replenished each day. During most dinners they have some of the staff sing songs and drink Kava which I tried - sorta tastes like dirty water but when in Rome...! On Friday night they have a show and buffet that was really good.

I heard that they will be adding an adults only pool area and villas. That will help a lot. For the most part the kids around the pool were not an issue but then there are those few parents that encourage and love the sounds of their kids screaming, crying and squealing - kinda rude. We just packed up and moved to the beach where there are plenty of lounge chairs.

The resort is only three years old and I think they are on the right track with the proposed improvements. I hope they take my few suggestions to heart. Overall we had a great time - the Fijian vacation one would dream about.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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dsut4392 wrote a review Aug 2013
Hobart, Australia70 contributions56 helpful votes
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Very nice resort as you would expect for the price. This was our first resort holiday, being more accustomed to 'adventure holidays' but we had plenty of fun and relaxation. It's a very small island, but there is opportunity for day trips, diving, fishing charter etc. If there are things you particularly want to do, book in as soon as you know. Some of the activities like hand-line fishing filled up the day before, and we weren't the only guests to miss out. Some activities also didnt run as advertised, e.g yoga wasn't run for the last few days we were there.
We stayed in a 2 bedroom garden villa, with our 2-year old in the second bedroom. Other reviewers have commented that as the access between the 2 rooms is through the open air bathroom it could be difficult to hear children in the second room, but we found it wasn't an issue if you leave the louvres in the door open. Rooms are beautiful, but could be improved IMO by offering mosquito nets on the beds instead of burning mozzie coil repellent. The mosquitoes are few and far between it has to be admitted, but we still got a couple of bites as we prefer not to inhale insect repellent. If you are the kind of person concerned about security, you should know that the rooms are completely insecure - the louvres in the doors are easy to push your hand through to unlock the door. We didn't have any issues with valuables going walkabout despite our son locking the safe in the open position.
Despite how new the resort is the gardens were beautiful, and with more plants going in all the time. The grounds were immaculately kept.
Food is of a consistently high standard of preparation and presentation, and the chefs are happy to go the extra mile to accompany particular needs or tastes. The only slight disappointment was breakfast, which was standard mid range buffet fare, and missing things like yoghurt - it wasn't up to the quality of the other meals. It is nice that they were not at all pushy to get you to purchase drinks.
We did find it odd that (white) management/owner sat in the restaurant being waited on hand and foot by the Fijian staff. It's one thing to dine with the guests if you are schmoozing the guests, but all Nick (?) seemed to do was sit around like an old fashioned colonial, distracting the attention of staff who could have been serving guests instead. Not even a casual greeting was forthcoming in the entire week we were there.Fijian staff on he other hand were universally lovely, and always ready to help, though sometimes whatever was requested arrived in 'Fijian time'.
Our son was too young to go into the kids' club but he had a great time and hardly a moment went by that one staff member or another wasn't playing with him. Many kids seemed to be (happily) in the kids' club from breakfast to bedtime - staff supervised kids mealtimes.
There is nice snorkelling right off the beach, with lots of fish and a variety of coral (which of course also means lots of coral on the beach instead of soft sand).
If you have pre-paid for transfers as part of your package, bring evidence with you as an amount for transfers appeared on our bill on checkout, and the office weren't budging on it until we showed them printouts.
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Date of stay: August 2013
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Bribie_boy wrote a review Jul 2013
Bribie Island Qld50 contributions29 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We just returned from a 5 night stay at Paradise Cove. We have been to Fiji 5 times previously staying in various Mamanuca & Yasawa Island resorts, including their sister property Blue Lagoon Beach Resort (BLBR). Overall, this was probably our most enjoyable stay. They have gone for a more upmarket, boutique type resort and have done it well. We had a 2 bedroom beachfront bure, of which there is 5, with one more currently under construction. Ours was number 35, furtherest from the bar area, and supremely quiet. The quietness aspect is huge factor for me, as I am a ridiculously light sleeper. At every other resort either bar music/noise or more commonly staff noise has kept me awake. Not so here.
The 2 bedroom bures are absolutely huge and very nicely finished. Access to the 2nd bedroom is either via the outdoor bathroom, or via an external door. We had our six year old daughter with us and the design of these rooms made it slightly difficult to monitor/hear her during the night. The only way to do it would be to leave the door open to the outdoor shower area, which would let bugs etc in. We were also slightly worried she may have woken during the night and disorientated, headed for one of the doors the opens directly to the outside. Would suggest if you have very young kids and don't want to sleep in the 2nd bedroom with them, to bring some sort of baby monitor. Every other aspect of the room is brilliant, in particular the outdoor shower area. It really is amazing to be star gazing while showering !
The food was superb and quite varied. Drinks reasonably priced, and a small in room minibar - which consisted of bottles of water, 3 cans of softdrink + 2 cans beer was complimentary and refilled daily. One thing to note is that unlike their other resorts seating during meals is NOT communal at large tables. Kind of a bitter/sweet thing for us as we did enjoy chatting to other people at dinner at BLBR, but overall we did enjoy dining separately. More relaxing if your bit of a shy type, or just want your own space.
Kids club was overall very good, and the separate eating time for children (seemingly not compulsory, but taken up by most parents) very relaxing for us parents to enjoy our dinner in peace. The kids would then go back to kids club after their early dinner. One word - bliss !
There were several optional activities each day such as movies under the stars, walks, cooking classes, Yoga, handline fishing, school visit, Manta Ray snorkelling and many more. So can be as active or relaxing as you like.
The location of the resort is good. Small, but nice beach with beautiful water. One slight negative is that being on the eastern side of the island, the beach is more exposed to the south-easterly trade winds that frequent Fiji than some other resorts. The snorkelling direct from the beach was very good, but probably not quite as good as Blue Lagoon Beach resort.
Transfers to the island aboard their own boat were OK, but in rough conditions a bit uncomfortable. So if prone to sea-sickness bring some tablets or alternatively catch the Yasawa flyer. The Flyer does take longer, but if you take into account the vehicle transfer required from Denarau (where most people do their pre/post accom) to Vuda Mariner for the resort boat, it probably overall doesn't take that much longer.
Another minor negative I feel should be mentioned is the fact the on the opposing Island there is currently construction of what I believe is private houses (possibly associated with the company that built the resort). Other than a spotlight on some nights, the background noise of a generator, and a bit of yahooing from the construction workers we weren't too disturbed by this construction. Whether it becomes a bit noisier at various times of construction remains to be seen.
Overall a great resort and great experience. Looks like we have finally found a resort which ticks all our boxes, and we are definitely planning on returning.
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Date of stay: July 2013
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Byron P wrote a review Jan 2018
Sydney, Australia30 contributions44 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This is simply an outstanding resort. Where to start... firstly it’s a small resort with all the benefits and some of the disadvantages; at about 40 rooms and 120 guests max – it’s not large. I read the reviews of this resort carefully and agree with all of the positives and few of the negatives. We were there in the peak early January window and it coped fine in terms of services levels, etc. Pretty much what you see on the website is what you get. It’s a relatively new (4 years old) resort and has the benefits of this in terms of infrastructure freshness.
The food is high quality by Fiji resort standards and while there is only one place to dine at night the menu is broad and changes every two days. There are two options at lunch. The adults only area is very quiet but can get very hot when there is no breeze.
The resort clientele are largely professional couples. A number have young children and there are a couple of families with teens; we had an 18 and 16-year old with us. No backpackers, very few singles. It’s a quiet place.
With its small size and clientele there are relatively few activities; there is paddle boarding, sea kayaks, off-beach and off-boat snorkelling, fishing, but no jet skis, parasailing, water skiing, sailing, banana boats, etc., etc. tearing through the water ways.
The diving, which we went there for, was of a high safety standard and also good quality. Again, it’s a small island but every dive site was within a 5-minute boat trip and they were happy to run out the dive boat for just one of us alone. The staff were very professional and the equipment in good repair. I dived extensively and never got bored and our two kids completed their open water PADI courses.
It’s a very relaxed and laidback atmosphere. The staff are amazingly friendly, caring and carefree – even by Fijian standards. It runs a bit of ‘Fiji-time’ as you would expect, so if you suffer from OCD or are wound like a swiss watch then expect to be frustrated anywhere in Fiji.
Management are excellent, and nothing is too hard for them to deal with. As late bookers we needed to a juggle room change and we had one kid needing medical treatment with an ear infection; all of which were managed and supported very well.
We stayed in one of the ‘Beach Houses’ for most of the trip; a two-bedroom home with a full living area and kitchen. We did not realise in booking this is that these four houses are on a separate island a 30 second boat trip across a channel from the main resort; so we had a resort within a resort so to speak. These four homes are beautifully fitted and very private; but you do need to take the boat every time you want to move between the resort and your room. While not a problem as there is a boat on standby to run you back and forward it does require a little planning of what to bring with you. The resort will prepare breakfast for you in the home and will run your meals across from the restaurant (for a small surcharge) if you want; did this once but didn’t feel the need. These houses do get the full end of day sun and so feel hotter than the resort late on a still day... but the air-conditioning can take care of this as needed.
The remainder of the time we spend in a Paradise Suite on the beach which was of an equally high standard and the kids took garden bungalows; a simpler standard but still very nice. The rooms are well maintained, with high standards of cleanliness.
I can’t say enough good things about Paradise Cove. We were sad to leave after a week and am already planning a return trip. I am not sure we would look much further in Fiji. We have stayed at a number of places in the past; Castaway, Malolo and Denarau – all excellent, but this topped them all. Its not cheap, but it was excellent value.
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Date of stay: January 2018
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Frequent_Travel_Mom wrote a review May 2016
London, United Kingdom114 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first experience with Fiji. We had a wonderful experience at Paradise Cove and highly recommend it. We want to go back!!!! It is SO relaxing and SO nice!

Before going to Paradise Cove, we spent a couple of nights in Nadi at the Westin Denaru (which was nice but really overall "just OK" as there is no beach to speak of). Then we took the yellow Yasawa ferry to Paradise Cove Resort, where we spent 7 nights.

The ferry trip is not boring. If you sit outside near the top, it's almost like being on a cruise to different islands! The ferry stops at many of the other resorts during the 3-hour trip to Paradise Cove Resort and it is all very scenic. Lots of photo ops! Be sure to eat beforehand, because although there is a snack bar on the ferry, it's only packaged sandwiches and snacks. Oh...and tie your hair back or wear a hat that has a chin strap because it gets very windy! (Hats within chin straps will definitely fly off). Sunscreen is necessary!

Anyway, most of the islands in the Yasawas do not have docks. So, to get off the ferry, the resort sends a small launch boat over to the ferry so that the ferry passengers can disembark. The passengers are on one little motor boat, and the luggage is all transported on another one or two little boats. Since there is no dock at most of these resorts (Paradise Cove included), the little motor boat gets very close to the shore and you climb out. Your feet may be in the water a bit. So keep that in mind and wear sandals that can get wet!

Upon arriving at the resort, you are serenaded by a few people (guitars included) -- which is a really nice touch -- and ushered over to the main area where you receive a lovely tropical fruit juice drink. After a small personalized orientation, you are shown to your room.

We had a Paradise Suite and it was wonderful! Lots of privacy and places to hang out and snooze. Nice comfortable king-sized bed. A wonderful plunge pool, just perfect for two people (very refreshing). The accommodations are more than comfortable, and the main room is air-conditioned. There is an electric teapot and a refrigerator stocked with various sodas, beer, wine, and water (Fiji water, of course!) The room has a safe which is large enough to accommodate a laptop.

The water that comes out of the taps in the rooms is filtered to10 microns, but I still would not recommend drinking it or brushing your teeth with it. We used bottled water for that. The water the they serve at the restaurant and the bar are filtered much finer and is perfectly safe to drink. When you run out of the bottled water from your room, you can take your empty water bottle to the bar and they will re-fill it with safe ultra-filtered water for free (so there is no need to keep buying new water bottles for brushing your teeth). I did not have any tummy troubles from the water at the resort.

The bathroom in the room is half open-air, which is really interesting at night when all the stars are out! Of course, that means that the bathroom is not air-conditioned, and you must make sure that you close the door to the bathroom so that bugs don't fly into your room at night or at dusk. But it is beautiful and truthfully a real treat! The only thing missing is a bathtub (there are two rainshower heads and a handheld wand).

Speaking of bugs, we barely got bit the entire week we were there. We made sure to close the doors and turn on the AC at dusk, so we didn't have any problems with mosquitos in our room or anywhere at the resort.

The beach at the resort is really nice with beautiful views. Of course, it can be very coral-y in places, but that is not unusual for the South Pacific (Tahiti is similar). The staff does rake and shovel the coral and organic debris from time to time, but you won't find the perfect sugar sand of the Caribbean here. There are lots of opportunities to gather pieces of coral and lovely little shells. Although the sand isn't sugar-fine, it's still terrific. Just bring a decent pair of Crocs or beach-type sandals and you will be fine. For extra protection in the water, I highly recommend diving booties or at least surf/water shoes.

There is ample room for everyone at the resort. Every beachside suite has its own private palapa with cushioned lounge chairs. If you have a garden suite, there are common palapas near the dive center, as well. The water is relatively calm and you can do a little bit of snorkeling right from the beach (although the best snorkeling is really done from a boat trip). The snorkel trip we took to near the Manta Ray Resort was incredible. I have never seen royal blue starfish anywhere else I have ever snorkeled!

It is obvious that the hurricane had hit the island a few months ago, because the palm trees are pretty well shredded (most of their fronds were ripped off). Also, it's obvious that some foliage had been destroyed and trimmed back. However, despite that, the island and the resort are still beautiful and everything works as it should. So don't hesitate because of that!

There is decent internet/wifi in all rooms and in the common areas (there's a new cell tower across the water at the other island owned by the resort). The service is a little slow, but fine for things like emails. It took forever for me to upload my photos to the cloud, but it worked, albeit slowly. One thing that was nice -- you aren't prompted to log in constantly (which I find incredibly annoying at many hotels). So, after you log in the first time, you can go from your room to other areas and the wifi just connects with your phone or device, which is great.

The staff at the resort are friendly, genuine, and sincerely helpful. They handle multiple responsibilities at the resort and are very hardworking, so they are always busy doing something, and usually it's with smiles on their faces. Sometimes the service can be a little pokey (on "Fiji time") but seriously, as long as it's nothing urgent what's the big deal anyway?

The food at the resort is incredible. In my opinion, it could easily be awarded a Michelin star. I have eaten at Michelin starred restaurants around the world, and I do not give a complement like this lightly. The chef and kitchen staff really go above and beyond, considering that they are on an island where almost everything needs to be brought in by boat! The food is delicious, creative, and never boring or dull.

Breakfast is ordered from a menu. There are many really nice choices such as eggs, bacon, ham, french toast, pancakes, etc. There is an additional small buffet of cereals, breads, juices, coffee, tea, homemade pastries, fruit, etc. There are always gluten-free options and I was impressed that there is even a separate gluten-free toaster!

Lunch is exclusively from a menu. Every day they have several specials, such as fish in a coconut curry sauce, grilled fish kabobs, Indian specialities, etc. If you don't like the daily special, you can order from the lunch menu, which includes salads, burgers, Asian style stir-fries, sandwiches, fish of the day, etc. We were there for a week and we never got bored with the food offerings.

Dinner is a 6-course meal every night, and you need to reserve your dinner time because there are different seatings. They usually have the same menu for two days in a row with many choices, so if you are torn between trying this or that, no worries! You can try "this" tonight and "that" tomorrow night! Now before you think that you will be totally stuffed and get fat from this, think again! The portions are on the small side, but that's OK because there are so many things to eat. Dinner always starts with some sort of small "amuse' bouche" such a piece of bruchetta or similar. There is a basket of rolls (which they endearingly call "bread rolls," LOL). Then you have your choice of appetizer (or soup of the day). Then there is usually a spoonful of homemade sorbet as a palate cleanser. The main entree' consists of fish, chicken, or meat with a couple of small side dishes. It is all artfully presented and delicious. Think "gourmet." I'm sure that they can also accommodate vegetarians. They are sensitive to food allergies as well.

Dessert was always delicious and satisfying and ranged from fresh ice creams or sorbets to tropical fruit, mousse, name it. Always creative and totally yum!

Almost every night there is music. Some talented members of the staff form a small guitar and ukulele band and sit on a grass mat at one end of the restaurant, surrounding a large Kava bowl. They sing some hits such as "Hotel California" or "Brown Eyed Girl" but also many lovely Fijian songs. You can join in, learn the little ceremony and drink Kava with them, if you want. As the night lingers on and different staff members are "off" for the night, they may sit on the mat and sing or clap along. It's so nice and relaxing!

Friday nights the staff puts on a special show, complete with traditional dancing. It's not professional by any means, but it is tons of fun, and you can see that they have a lot of fun putting it on.

As you would expect, there are activities in which you can participate. Snorkeling and diving trips, hikes, massages and mani/pedi's, a trip to the nearby village (Soso village, which many of the staff call home), daily yoga, cooking demonstrations, a craft market, etc. You can buy the best crafts by visiting Soso village; the craft market that comes to the resort is just a small fraction of what is offered at the village.

One evening we took a short boat trip across the water to the other small island that the resort owns, to watch the sunset. On this island (which faces the main resort), there are several 2-bedroom houses. The manager was telling me that in the future they plan to expand the area and include some pools and a few more houses. I think it will be lovely! The only caveat about renting a house is that all activities take place at at the main resort -- and that means a short boat ride.

There is only one "negative" that I will mention, and that is that you are constantly walking in the sand in the resort. The main bar/restaurant area is totally paved, but to get from one end of the resort to the other, you are constantly walking on sand and coral pieces. I do wish that they would build some sort of little "boardwalk" because after a while it becomes very hard on your legs and feet!

I think I've covered almost everything in this long review. I don't know how Paradise Cove compares to other Fijian resorts, but it seems to me that it is setting a very high standard. I've been to various islands in Hawaii many times over the years and have become disheartened at all the development (particularly in Kauai). Fiji is so much more authentic, undeveloped, and laid back. For me, coming from America, Fiji was a dream and an adventure. I loved it, and I know that I will be back! Vinaca!!!
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Adelaide, Australia3 contributions5 helpful votes
Friday night is the cultural dance and singing night. Great night
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Marianka, Slovakia22 contributions1 helpful vote
hello.The sea was calm, perfect for to snorkel off the beach.The whole stay was wonderful.
Esther K wrote a tip 18 Apr
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Walk up to the sunset viewpoint with some drinks and enjoy!"
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Joanne B wrote a tip Mar 2024
2 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Most amazing comfortable beds."
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absbca wrote a tip Dec 2023
Santa Barbara, California23 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Island is remote, so make sure you have a personal travel Kit with medicene and First Aide. There is an onsite Nurse. But be prepared."
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Kookaburra wrote a tip Oct 2023
2 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Recommend room 42 where we stayed as this overlooked the beach and was close to the restaurants and pool"
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Tara G wrote a tip Oct 2023
49 contributions25 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pool crowded and beach seating limited. Garden villas may be located close to generators and with many mosquitos"
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