Royal Davui Island Resort

Year opened

2005

Last refurbishment

2017

 

Neighbourhood

Famous for its shark dives and world-class scuba diving, Beqa Lagoon is a magnet for adventure lovers as well as those seeking to relax and disconnect from the world. 

 

Walking distance to

Guests can take a short boat ride from the private island resort back to the mainland to take part in white water rafting or zip-line tours. Island hopping in the lagoon is also a great way to explore— visit the local villages, discover a hidden waterfall or enjoy lunch on a private sand bar. 

 

Size and style

With just 16 well-appointed vales (vah-le is Fijian for home) nestled around ten acres of exotic landscape, each guest enjoys stunning ocean views and the attentive service of gracious Fijian staff. The resort evokes the carefree, barefoot, laid-back ambiance of a spectacular oasis. 

 

Guest profile

As an adults-only resort, Royal Davui is suitable for couples of all ages looking for a romantic escape. Honeymoons, anniversaries and special occasions is what the island is known for. 

 

Family friendly

Royal Davui Island Resort is an adults only resort and therefore guests 16 years old and over are welcome.

 

Airport transfers

Royal Davui offers a twice daily scheduled service from Nadi Airport via plane and speedboat at FJ$500 (A$322) per person one way. Helicopter transfers are also available at FJ$1300 (A$836) per person one way.

 

You need to know

Davui’s Sunset Suites are by far the most popular, so best to book these early.

 

On-site dining and drinking facilities

Banyan Bar and Restaurant: The unmistakable heart of the resort is the majestic Pacific banyan tree, which ascends through the middle of the Banyan restaurant and towers over the island. Dining is relaxed and casual, and the restaurant is ideal for a sunset pre-dinner cocktail. The menu changes daily and uses fresh, seasonal ingredients that complement the tropical Fijian climate. All meals are included and the chefs are happy to accommodate requests. 

 

On-site facilities

Marine Centre

Beqa Lagoon has become famous across the globe for offering divers a wide variety of dive sites and marine life within the one Lagoon. Discover the magic of Scuba diving by completing a full PADI Open Water Certification or simply enrol in a Discover Scuba Diving lesson.

 

Parking

N/A

 

Pool

Each villa features its own private plunge pool. For those wishing for something a little bigger there is always the 18-metre pool by the beach. The best part of this pool is the SOS cocktail flag located on the tallest coconut tree. Just raise the flag when your drink needs refreshing. 

 

Gym

The gym is open 24 hours a day and is free for hotel guests. Hand sanitiser, towels and water are available at any time.

Facilities include: Treadmills, Stationary Bikes, Cross Trainer, Free Weights and a Power Cage

 

Spa

Royal Davui has teamed up with multi-award winning bath and body care company Pure Fiji. Pure Fiji takes exotic nut and floral extracts blended with fresh coconut milk and virgin coconut oil to hydrate, condition and protect the skin. 

 

Concierge recommends

Pre-book the Sand Cay picnic. It's a once in a lifetime chance to have an island all to yourself!

 

Celebrity guests?

We're not one to kiss and tell...

Services

Wifi

Complimentary WiFi is available in guest villas and public areas.

Turndown

Turndown service is offered each night.

24 hour reception

No

24 hour room service

No. Room service operates on the same hours as the restaurant.

Stay here

royaldavuifiji.com

For bookings visit royaldavuifiji.com, email res@royaldavui.com or call +61 2 9365 2648.

 

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Fiji generally maintains year round warm temperatures, however there is a spike in temperature during the wet season between November and March. The cooler dry season occurs between May to September. From late October to early November the weather is dry and warm, and there are less crowds as Fiji is at its most popular during school holidays (July-August, and the Christmas and New Year period).

 

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