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Reviewed 15 August 2019

...except the wi-fi. I really can't say enough good things about this resort - most of the details have been covered by other reviewers below.

We stayed here 7 night on a family vacation (with 2 kids). It was just perfect. The beach in front is great for everything from snorkeling to lounging around and reading quietly. The kids loved the inflatable in front of the beach that they could swim to and climb on. (For the record this is not some overrun-with-kids resort - it's just that kids are welcomed and there are sufficient activities for them).

Plenty of activities all around, from boat snorkeling trips to the manta ray swim to coconut demonstrations, hiking, etc.

The staff is very friendly and helpful. They are on a compulsory food program, and the food was really excellent overall - breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Just very good overall.

The dive shop is great and I went through my certification there - excellent instructors.

I have to agree that even though this and Blue Lagoon are partners, Paradise Cove seems to be managed better. For example, little things like the round Fiji-style welcome rugs being new and bright here, while at Blue Lagoon they look like they have seen better days. There are more lounge chairs here for people to use, etc.

We stayed in a "Paradise Garden Bungalow" and it was very nice. Yes, a short walk to the beach, but new, with air conditioning, and an outdoor shower, and a porch/veranda, and plenty roomy and very clean.

The only downside is the non-existent wi-fi. They shouldn't even advertise as having it since it's only good for occasional email coming in at random times.

Overall, we all really loved it. Very calm, just gorgeous, quite a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the Yasawas. Special shout-out to all the great staff - thank you!

Date of stay: August 2019
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5  Thank Dan S
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Reviewed 12 August 2019

The location is gorgeous and this resort works hard at bringing their guests the ultimate in service, friendly professional staff and the food and menu was exceptional! We stayed 5 nights along with family and wish we hadn't moved on to their sister resort Blue Lagoon Resort. We thought being a sister resort we would break up the time by moving to a change of scene. Bad move - it couldnt have been more opposite in regard to management - we were all sick with diarrhea and are still getting over it a week later. There are serious problems with staff morale and food hygiene so do yourself a favour and stay put at Paradise Cove resort.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank Kiwihoppy
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Reviewed 11 August 2019 via mobile

We stayed three nights in a beachfront burre. The beach and pool were beautiful. There was a nice walking trail to the top of the island and a beach on the backside. Plenty of water sports and activities to keep the grown ups and kids busy. Lastly, the food exceeded our expectations. Dinner was especially great. Highly recommend to anyone wanting to visit the Yasawa Islands.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank mjleclair1
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Reviewed 8 August 2019

Friendly people with attentive service made for a great week. I travelled with all our family including 3 grandchildren and all went very well. The 3 year old enjoyed kids club and all the staff were wonderful with all of them, in particular the 2 one year olds got lots of hugs. Well organised things to do, nice rooms and good food made for a really good relaxing holiday.

Room tip: The 2 bedroom garden villas had verandas, outdoor showers and were very spacious.
Date of stay: July 2019
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2  Thank Scott M
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Reviewed 8 August 2019 via mobile

We arrived at this lovely boutique resort by helicopter (island hoppers which I would highly recommend) to a beautiful beach, miles of white sand, three swimming pools, two bars and a spa.
We stayed at our own private luxury beach house with air conditioning which had 2 bedrooms and 2 outdoor bathrooms. Complete with large outdoor/indoor living spaces, a full lounge and kitchen and the option to have your own private Breakfast butler to prepare our breakfast each morning. Our house offered us privacy and a private island experience. All 4 houses share our own boatman who was on hand to transfer us back and forth to the main resort facilities (5 minutes ride) whenever we chose (between 7am and 1Opm).
Unfortunately, we experienced bad weather 1 night which resulted in extremely rough seas. Due to this, we were not able to get to the main resort but Paradise Cove did everything to accommodate us. We had our breakfast, lunch and dinner for that day cooked by a superb chef and our massage ladies came over too, to give us our massages.
There are many activities on offer most at a cost. However the beach/bush walk or running path (4km both ways) which has exercise stations is free. At the end of the walk you find yourself at most beautiful little beach which makes the walk so worth while. You will also pass a sunset lookout deck not far up the mountain which has champagne on offer on certain days (at a cost). We did the champagne tubing which was the best fun even though there was no sunset that evening.
If you prefer to be away from children there are 2 separate adults only pools, with a bar and sun lounges. This area is called The Cove however the only negative is, it has no sea view. It also has a restaurant which is rather romantic but we preferred to enjoyed the views of the ocean and buzz around the main bar and eating area.
We did the Giant Manta Ray snorkel and that was an experience of a life time. We saw 4 Manta Rays and 1 baby as soon as we dived in and could watch them continually move back and forth below us. This is a MUST.
Paradise Cove makes great cocktails, serves high quality food and has friendly and helpful staff. To name all staff that made you feel special would be to long a list. But our thanks goes to Meli, and the owner Dave who was always available and goes above and beyond to help make you stay perfect. From 4 extremely happy guests. Vinaka

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
6  Thank deborahcZ8844QB
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