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#4 of 13 hotels in Savusavu
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2020 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best
Situated at the edge of the Koro Sea on volcanic uplifts is the luxuriously all-inclusive boutique Namale Resort & Spa. Located 10 minutes outside of Savusavu Town on the northern fringes of the Fiji Islands, paradise is within your reach. Namale is nestled among 525 acres of lush tropical flora and offers an authentically Fijian experience to its guests. Namale’s 19 units of luxurious accommodation feature traditional Fijian architecture with modern influences and are each unique unto themselves. Dining is never a dull experience at Namale with its many private dining decks and outdoor locales including the base of Namale’s privately owned waterfall. Namale houses a one-of-a-kind indoor entertainment centre and a fully-equipped fitness centre which are complimentary for guests’ use. Namale also offers an array of activities for guests to enjoy including horseback riding, kayaking, snorkeling, knee-boarding, nature excursions, Fijian village visits and so much more! Guests are also able to access two world-renowned diving sites; the Namena Reserve and Somosomo Strait. The jewel of Namale is its award-winning Spa & Sanctuary. Noted as the "#1 Spa in Fiji" by Luxury Spa Finder Magazine, the Spa features a hydrotherapy room housing 7 different treatment pools including aromatherapy tubs, a waterfall massage pool, hot tub and plunge pool. The hydrotherapy room has ceiling to floor glass walls that take in breathtaking views of the Koro Sea and Pacific Ocean beyond. All bures feature cordless intercom phones, spacious clothing & luggage storage, mini-safes, souvenir Namale sarongs, fully stocked mini-bars, tea and coffee making facilities, Pure Fiji amenities, hairdryers, mini hi-fi players with I-Pod docking, iron/ironing board, complimentary wi-fi internet access and full air-conditioning. “Namale was a place for us like no other. My wife, daughter and I will treasure (our stay here) for the rest of our lives. The staff, the resort, and the breezes at night are unique and very special”- Ken Nolan, Motion Picture Screenwriter – Blackhawk Down*Namale Resort & Spa does not hold a minimum night stay policy and is able to accommodate children 16 years of age and above.
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Julie P wrote a review Mar 2020
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I can’t say enough great things about our wedding/honeymoon in Namale! 1. The people are amazing. We were greeted at the van with a crowd of employees clapping and singing to welcome us! The ladies at the spa were so cute and they spoiled us! The pool/activities guys (and gal) were so fun. They were always ready to waterskii, horseback riding, tour the reef, snorkeling, whatever! All free, of course. The dining folks... always remembered our drink orders, encouraged us to try everything! We always walked by the front desk just to chat and say hi! Every person greeted us by name with a friendly “bula”! 2. My wedding... a fairytale! Filo made sure every detail was perfect. Felicia did my hair (amazing), Walter did photos (amazing), cake and flowers all arranged by the resort were perfect. They decorate two venues in the event of rain! I could write a whole review just on my wedding it was so amazing! 3. Food- we loved the two cultural dinners the best, they were done buffet style. I ate a lot but felt amazing because everything was fresh and non processed. It took a full two weeks to adjust back when we got home! 4. Romance- Namale is perfect for couples who need to relax and disconnect. We had a private dinner on the beach, a private lunch/swim at the waterfall and twice we reserved the heart shaped hot tub for snacks and drinks! During the day we lounged at the beach or participated in the resort activities. We were never short of activities! What to bring: lots and lots of sunscreen. Wear it! Reapply often the sun is different there! Aloe and long sleeve clothing in case you get burnt! Flip flops and casual clothes, the resort is very casual. Sundresses are good for dinner. No need to bring Fiji dollars you can exchange money at the front desk. Leave behind: water shoes, you can borrow them from the dive shop. Leave bug spray behind they have cans everywhere you go! No need to over pack, they offer free laundry services. Overall best vacation ever highly recommend! Be sure to do the salt water float it was so fun. Bula!!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Tracy wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney, Australia3 contributions
We visited Namale back in 2000 for our honeymoon and decided to return for our 20th anniversary and we are so glad we did! As soon as we arrived it was so familiar. The friendliness of all the staff singing out "Bula" whenever you walk past and they always know your name! Nothing is too much trouble. The bures are beautiful and the "Civa" that we were lucky enough to be in was beyond anything we could imagine. The food is 5 star quality as are the cocktails prepared by Errol, Kevin, Toni and Paul. The nightly entertainment was a great insight to the Fijian culture and lifestyle. When it rained The Kava bowl (games room) provided hours of competition on the golf simulator, 10 pin bowling and snooker while indulging in a glass or two of champagne. So many things to do - or not do- it's up to you. The water activities available are endless, there is a golf course with an amazing view on the 4th tee, and then there was the facials and massage. 8 days later it was time to leave and we are already thinking when can we go back??
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Dan & Ann wrote a review Mar 2020
Glendora, California6 contributions
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This week marks one year since we stayed at Namale. And the memories are just as fresh and meaningful as ever! Without doubt, the best vacation we have ever had!!! Thoughts of the warm, charming staff; stunning scenery; incredible food and beverages; and beautiful weather still live on in our minds! Days lounging by the pool. Horseback riding. A trip into Savu Savu. Freely drifting down (or was it up? whatever direction we were headed) a hidden river. The picnic on a sand bar in the middle of the Koro Sea. Lunch by a water fall followed by a leisurely romp up to and behind the falls itself. Nightly entertainment by talented and local citizens. And if all of these memories aren’t enough, the Duatale, which Namale prepared for us to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary, was beyond special as was our time spent in the unbelievable Bula House. Thank you, Namale, for the timeless memories! Trust me when I say we are nobody special. Namale just makes all of its guests feel that they are. It’s the way Namale rolls!!!!
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Kabes wrote a review Feb 2020
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Our room, the staff, and the entire experience was beyond anything you could imagine! The staff always knew our name and the night we celebrated our anniversary was a magical night with great food and the sunset! No words can describe the wonder of Namale! The only complaint was that we never met the General Managers and we were always out and about! We stayed at another place before Namale and we became friends with the General Managers, they were at every meal and enjoyed visiting with them. They expect their staff to be hand and they should also. Not impressed with them at all!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Room Tip: Rooms next to the ocean are fabulous!
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Brian S wrote a review Jan 2020
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We stayed at Namale the first week of September for our Honeymoon (life is hectic and took us a while to get around to writing the review) and all we can say is the resort, experience, people and lastly the food was all EPIC!! The staff is amazing and all know your names by the first morning, so very genuine and friendly. There were too many to name them all but Tony, Kevin, Molly, Tupsy, and Samu (worlds best smile award) were all just totally awesome. We stayed in both an oceanfront bure and the Duvatta Villa and both were excellent. The Bure is of a good size with a great view, amazing bed, a shower that can open to the ocean if you prefer to be a little closer to nature. Duvatta was top notch with an infinity pool, separate dining and wet bar room with glass doors that open to the pool, treehouse with a table and queen size lounger in it, a walk in closet, a jacuzzi tub, indoor bathroom/shower, outdoor bathroom( my fav) and two outdoor showers! We probably would have done more activities but the villa was so nice we enjoyed just ordering drinks and food to the villa and lounging by the pool. Everything was breathtaking on the grounds, the entertainment was wonderful, all the special dinners and lunches were awesome as well. The Spa is top notch and both the wife and I got multiple massages and took advantage of the hydro room, waterfall massage, and sauna. The Kava bowl while not as top notch as we see in the states worked just fine and was a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon. It felt like home for a week and you hardly see the other guests ( max capacity is only 38 people) with so few people and the resort being so big (hundreds of acres) you feel like you have it to yourself. Most days the only time you see people are at breakfast and dinner. The managers Bill and his wife were visible and available on the grounds daily and always there to chat at the evening cocktail time. Each day when you see another couple leaving you feel sad for them until it’s your departure day and you feel “voted off the island” because you have to leave. Food was top notch blows away anything I have ever seen at any all inclusive. Also about there all inclusive you don’t tip as you go (tipping is not a custom) but can choose to leave a gratuity at the end if you choose that you can split between a “holiday” fund, a medical fund, and an education fund. In fact once there you can literally put away your wallet, phone etc and all you need to carry with you is your room key for the rest of your stay. Highly recommend!!!!!
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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$974 - $1,499 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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namale the fiji islands resort and spa, namale the fiji islands hotel savusavu, namale hotel savusavu
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FijiVanua LevuSavusavu
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Frequently Asked Questions about Namale Resort & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Namale Resort & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Flora Tropica Gardens (4.7 miles) and KokoMana (3.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Namale Resort & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Namale Resort & Spa?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Namale Resort & Spa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Namale Resort & Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Namale Resort & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Snowy House & Grace Road Kitchen, Captain's Cafe, and Surf And Turf.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Namale Resort & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Namale Resort & Spa have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Namale Resort & Spa offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Namale Resort & Spa offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Does Namale Resort & Spa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.