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Qamea Resort and Spa

Qamea Resort and Spa

£890.00 / night

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Cast away on a remote island in Fiji, the award-winning Qamea Resort and Spa doles out beachside serenity in spades.

Qamea Resort and Spa is an intimate Fijian bolthole, graced with no more than 17 beautiful bures strewn along the shores of Qamea Island. It lies 2 miles from neighbouring Taveuni, where you’ll be scooped up at the airport and whisked off to the hotel by boat, ready to immerse yourself in the understated luxury that Qamea Resort and Spa does so well.

Room Types
There’s nothing over the top about the all-villa Qamea Resort and Spa’s beach bures, but the feel is certainly luxurious. Local-style thatched roofs and polished wood floors are complemented with attractive artwork, while outdoors the hammock hints at simple seafront lazing. Upgrade to one of the Honeymoon Villas to enjoy lashings of space as well as a courtyard with Jacuzzi, or the Royal Beach House which features a private pool to wallow in.

Description, Services & Facilities
It’s all about effortless relaxation at Qamea Resort and Spa, with endless charm to be found in the rustic chic structures, jaw-dropping scenery, and warm hospitality that you can expect from start to finish. It provides the perfect balance between inviting guests to mingle – thanks to pre-dinner cocktails enjoyed together in the Bure Kalau, for example – and allowing for total privacy when all you want to do is kick back and absorb your sumptuous surroundings. Surrender to the serenity of the spa, or go exploring through jungle and along the coast to spy local wildlife, relishing nature at its best. You can also try one of the many watersports on offer, like stand-up paddle boarding or diving, or just grab a snorkel and swim off the beach to take a closer look at the kaleidoscopic coral garden which lies beneath the surface. There’s no forgetting the cultural experiences to be had either, from getting involved in traditional kava ceremonies to attending a church service, among others, before succumbing to total indulgence with a lip-smacking meal served at Bure Kalau.

Services and Facilities

Instant, private beach access with loungers
Swimming pool, sun terrace and tropical gardens

Swimming pool, sun terrace and tropical gardens
Award-winning spa including traditional massage, skin therapies, scrubs and more, amidst the sounds of the surrounding jungle
Gym and yoga classes
Watersports including scuba diving and snorkelling, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, sunset cruises and boat tours
Volleyball court
Airport transfers
Laundry and dry-cleaning service
Onsite mini market, craft/gift shop and jewellery boutique


Laidback, beachfront dining Fiji style, at this thatched restaurant of bamboo beams, wicker furniture and a truly chilled out atmosphere, particularly at night, under the stars if dining al fresco Food is fresh, locally inspired and usually seasonal, thanks to an onsite organic vegetable garden and ‘catch of the day’ seafood options

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Working Hours :

  • Monday (9:30am–5:30pm)
  • Tuesday (9:30am–5:30pm)
  • Wednesday (9:30am–5:30pm)
  • Thursday (9:30am–5:30pm)
  • Friday (9:30am–5:30pm)
  • Saturday (Closed)
  • Sunday (Closed)