FJ$10m revitalisation for Fiji’s Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Extensive work will the Mamanuca Islands resort closed from 1 Feb to 30 Apr 2025

Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji has confirmed an FJ$10 million investment in a series of major revitalisation projects which will see the luxury resort close from 1 February to 30 April 2025.

Ahura Resorts, the Fijian family-owned management company that operates Likuliku Lagoon Resort, said the revamp will span refurbishments of all Bures, including the addition of private plunge pools to 11 of the existing Beachfront Bures, thereby increasing the number of Deluxe Beachfront Bures from 18 to 29.

The number of Deluxe Beachfront Bures with plunge pools will increase from mid-2025

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Other work will include the completion of a environmentally-friendly synthetic roof thatching project on the remaining Beachfront and Deluxe Beachfront bures on the Eastern side of the resort, and a refurbishment of the signature main pool.

Likuliku will also add a new restaurant concept, called Saluwaki, which will service Pan-Asian dishes that spotlight local ingredients from the land and sea, and complementing the existing signature restaurant, Fijiana.

Saluwaki restaurant concept will feature Pan-Asian cuisine, and adds a third dining option at the resort

The resort will also add the na Vanua Conservation Hub in conjunction with the Ahura Resorts Conservation Foundation.

“na Vanua,” translating to “the land” in Fijian, holds significant cultural and ecological meaning. In the Fijian culture, “vanua” encompasses more than just the physical land; it also includes the people, their traditions, customs, and the natural environment. It represents a deep connection and respect for the land, acknowledging its role in sustaining life and community. The conservation hub celebrates the resort’s ongoing partnership with their traditional land-owners to preserve and protect the local environment and traditions.

na Vanua Conservation Hub

na Vanua will be a journey of discovery where guests will begin a progressive set of activities incorporating some of the key conservation projects underway at the resort and throughout the island.

Tony Whitton, Resort Owner and Ahura Resorts Managing Director said: “We are investing the significant sum of FJD$10 million in order to enhance and elevate the product offerings and guest experiences of Likuliku – the results of which will solidify our existing reputation as one of Fiji’s iconic and renowned luxury resorts.”

“We remain very optimistic about the future of Fiji’s tourism industry and our commitment to deliver world-class and exceptional experiences to our international visitors.”

For existing bookings between 1 February and 1 May 2025, guests will be offered a full refund, or the opportunity to rebook to alternative dates.

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