Treehouses, Beachfront Bures, Honeymoon Suites
Matangi Island Resort – About the Fiji Resort
Welcome to Matangi Island Resort, Fiji Islands.
When you arrive, you will scarcely notice Matangi’s beach resort hidden among the many trees and gardens along the white sand beach.
Matangi Island Resort – Fiji Islands features only twelve intimate beachfront bures, (Fijian style bungalows) tucked between the cliffs of this beautiful South Pacific island and the aquamarine waters of Fiji’s Tasman Straits.
All accommodations are handcrafted to traditional design, using local timbers, bamboo and coconut palm thatch to blend into the tropical environment and harmonise with the climate. The high ceilings and large louvre windows ensure the bures are kept cool without the use of air-conditioning. While traditional in design, all bures feature modern amenities.
There is a central resort area, where Matangi’s dining bure and activities center are nestled within the tropical foliage. From each bure, it is a short walk to the beach, dining or activities center, but far enough from each other to provide the privacy you desire.
Matangi is one of the South Pacific’s best honeymoon destinations and one of the long-established Fiji resorts. Newly refurbished in 2008, Matangi strives to make your Fiji holidays or Fiji vacations carefree and comfortable, by providing services and activities to accommodate your desires.
Matangi Island, home to one of Fiji’s premier tropical island beach resorts, is the epitome of a South Pacific island paradise. The only thing on Matangi Island is Matangi Island Resort, one of the top small luxury hotels of the world.
Matangi Private Island Resort is located one of the most unique resort islands in the world.
Matangi Island Resort Bures
Matangi’s bures, each constructed in typical Fijian style, are nestled under swaying South Pacific palm trees and along the white sand beaches of this former plantation island.
Matangi Private Island Resort features some of the most unique accommodation in Fiji.
Inspired by the authentic Fijian and South Pacific style surrounding Matangi, all eleven Beachfront Bures and three Tree House bures are all built from natural local materials including bamboo, coconut palm thatch and local hardwoods.
The bures blend into the tropical environment and harmonies with the climate. High ceilings and large louvered windows ensure the bures are kept cool without the use of air-conditioning.
This Fiji resort has the appearance of a nicely groomed Fijian village. However, with the amenities of a modern first class luxury Fiji hotel – where shoes are optional!
Matangi Island Resort offers several types of bungalows including three famous treehouse bures which are (couples only) designed for honeymoon getaways or romantic vacations, along with deluxe and standard oceanfront bures.
- Treehouse Honeymoon Suites (couples only)
- Deluxe Bures
- Standard Bures
- Villa Matangi (2 adjoining Deluxe Bures)
Perched atop a small hill in a garden overlooking the beach and sea, the Villa Matangi is extra large and divided into two sections, perfect for groups or large families. This is a double, Deluxe bure, however, since the units are attached, we offer them at the less expensive Standard bure rate.
Each bure has a large bath area with a hot shower, and is supplied with plenty of fluffy towels. The bures are maintained twice per day, and includes a turn-down service. Hairdryers are available on request.
A comfortable sitting area (separated from the bedroom in the deluxe and treehouse bures) accommodates a mini-bar, always stocked with bottled water, soft drinks, wine, and beer, as well as coffee and tea service.
Slip into a soft terrycloth bathrobes, which you will find hanging in a large closet beside your kingsize bed.
Each night, your bed will be turned down and lacy netting will be elegantly tucked around it like a cocoon.
If the sea breeze is not sufficient to cool your bure, you can use the ceiling fan.
Fiji’s traditional architecture and worksmanship of the bures is remarkable.
Dining at Matangi Island
The traditional Fijian Lali drum announces the meal service (just in case you are too relaxed or too busy to notice). Soon you will become accustomed to the timing of your meals not by your watch, but to the beat of a drum. All of your meals are included in the tariff, and we ensure that you never go hungry.
Please visit our special section on dining.