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We had a great experience at the Liku Liku resort. The people were very welcoming and inviting as soon as we stepped onto the resort. We were greeted with a song, necklace, fresh towels and welcome drink. There is one one restaurant but food was above average and very high end! My husband and I really enjoyed the amazing views and the relaxing vibe. We also took advantage of the included non motorized sports and spent each day on paddle boards, snorkeling and kayaking! The over water bungalow room was extremely clean and was serviced twice a day which was amazing! Staff turned down our beds, replaced towels, lit a mosquito candle and turned on some soft music. We even had a afternoon snack brought to our room daily with the schedule of the events for the next day m. Staff was very accommodating and went above and beyond to make sure we were satisfied with our stay! It was a perfect place to have a relaxing honeymoon! The only downside is that there isn’t really anywhere to go other than the resort so if you would like to explore Fiji, I would recommend a visit to the mainland. Overall, experience was personalized and great! Thank you To venture Fiji for planning our honeymoon and accommodating us at a fabulous resort!
This place was amazing. Stayed 7 days. Did not want to leave. Staff are the friendliest staff ever experienced. Over water bureau are a must. Stayed in beachfront bureau as well, very nice, but not as good.
Likuliku: Home away from home.
From the moment we arrived until the second we left everything was perfect. We were welcomed by Tulia and Coco and her sunglasses as well as songs and welcome cocktails. Food is delicious and there is plenty of it. The bures are built and decorated in a pure traditional fidjian style and the staff are just super friendly. At Likuliku it felt like we could ask for anything and we would get it. For those who are not sure yet and may read this review, do not hesitate and go there, relax around the lovely pool and wait for the three meal courses for lunches and dinners before retiring in your wonderful villa whether it is a water or land one. Likuliku is definitely a place to stop by for several nights in Fiji and you will leave the place wanting to come back as soon as possible.
This is a nice resort. Very friendly staff, delicious food. But I’m not sure if it’s worth five stars and the hefty price tag. It lacks the wow factor. For starters, the place is rather dated. Probably time for a renovation. It is also not couples only (pretty sure there were a few families there). The pool is also rather small and cramped. There is also little privacy in the bures I stayed in (could actually hear my neighbours close the door and the bures are at best 10m away from one another). For the price I’m paying, I expected more.
We just returned from our honeymoon at Likuliku and it exceeded all of our expectations! Rooms: We spent 10 days split between the beach front bures and over water bures. Both were very spacious! The beachfront bure had a large, private, outdoor shower and daybed outside. The over water bure had a large tub with views of the water and amazing deck complete with comfortable loungers and stairs to the water. The beds were extremely comfortable as well! Activities: There is so much to do! Non-motorized watersports are complimentary so we kayaked and paddle boarded quite often. We also hiked to the Jonas lookout (free), and paid to do the island hopping, sunrise at honeymoon island, sunset cruise, and handline fishing. We felt all of the excursions were fairly priced for what we got! We also learned about the iguana sanctuary from the on-site staff which is very cool and had a great couples massage at the spa. Food: We consider ourselves to be "foodies" and loved the food! After reading about how you could only eat at the one restaurant at set meal-times, we were concerned we might be hungry between meals and brought snacks - we ended up leaving those all behind at the resort, uneaten because the meals are so filling! For breakfast we usually took advantage of ordering off the menu and the daily buffet (mud crab omelet was our favorite). Lunch started off will rolls (YUM) and a small snack/fruit cooler, then you were able to choose your lunch main from three options and a dessert from two options. Dinner allowed you to choose an entree, main, and dessert as well. Everything was delicious - espeically the Tuesday seafood for two and Friday evening dinner after the cocktail hour and show. We also had no issues getting a table every evening for dinner, I'd reccomend booking every night once you get there if you like to eat at a specific time or prefer strongly inside vs. outside (there are no bad tables!). In addition to the great meals, they often brought us fruit at the pool and the overwater bures get a snack delivered every day around 5pm. Weather: We had great weather in late July/early August. There were a few cloudy days but when you're in paradise that doesn't matter much. Yes, there are tides so each day the lagoon would drain at a specific time, but we just went to the pool then and enjoyed the lagoon at other times during the day. We didn't find the mosquitos to be bothersome and the repellent spray provided smelled great. Service: I think this is where Likuliku stood out the most. Every single person we interacted with learned our names and greeted us with a smile! If you had any questions, there was always someone there to help you. Other: The resort is very eco-friendly. They are a part of National Geographic's unique lodges of the world! They have their own gardens, bees for honey, iguana sanctuary, and have been helping diversify marine life in the lagoon. They also provide large filtered water jugs and reusable water bottles to all guests to cut back on plastic bottles! All in all - we cannot wait to go back!
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