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Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa
Ranked #5 of 12 Hotels in Savusavu
Certificate of Excellence
Newcastle, Australia
1 review
“Fantastic Resort - Fantastic Experience”
Reviewed January 12, 2009

We had an absolutely wonderful time at the Koro Sun Resort the first week in December 2008. We have 2 children aged 4 and 1 and we just didn't want to leave.
We had booked to stay in a 2 bedroom Rainforest Bure, which is a good size (a bedroom on either side of the living room and a screen enclosed deck off the front of the living room) and nice and cool during the day. These were the first rooms built in the Resort though and although the decor has been updated, only the vanity in the bathroom has been redone, the rest was still old and we were a little disappointed with this. But, if you expect this and that sort of thing doesn't bother you, they are nice spacious rooms up in the trees. They also have no phones or TV's, which is nice if you want some quiet time.
We ended up upgrading to the newly built Edgewater Villas over the water which are absolutely fantastic! They are 2 storey - the whole top floor is a massive bedroom with vanity, shower, toilet etc. Downstairs there is a living area, a kitchen, another bedroom off the living room separated by a sliding shutter door and a bathroom off that room. It also has a flat screen TV and DVD player, which came in very handy for our 4 year old. It has it's own pool at the front door with a little bridge that you walk across to get to your room. This was fantastic because we could swim here with our 4 year old while our 1 year old was sleeping during the day. These villas are awesome and I would definitely book this next time. The only downfall was that there are no "blockout" window coverings anywhere and the sun rises on the glass front of the villa, so we were up at about 5:30am each morning wih the children, but it didn't seem to worry our neighbours who didn't have any children.
The staff bent over backwards to ensure we had a wonderful stay. When they couldn't get the cot up the stairs in the Edgewater Villas, Josh the Maintenance Manager, organised for it to be lifted up over the balcony - he is a legend!
The "feel" of Koro Sun is something really special too. We stayed at the Hilton on Denarau the following week ,and while it was nice, my first choice would be the Koro Sun - it was a much more Fijian experience. There are activities organised for each day which you can choose to take part in or not - some excursions cost money, others don't. Solo and Johnny are wonderful at keeping the guests entertained and while there wasn't a Kids Club running while we were there (ours were the only children at the time), there was never a shortage of staff to pick up the children and take them for a walk, or play with them, while we were eating our meals. The food is absolutely sensational! There are 2 choices for each course for lunch and dinner and every meal was fantastic - for the children as well. I can' rave about this enough!
The Spa is also wonderful - it is right at the back of the resort beside a waterfall which is so nice and relaxing when you are getting a massage. I think my 2 massages (I wish I had time for more) are the best I have ever had. They are reasonably priced and definitely well worth it.
We had a wonderful time at this resort and didn't want to leave. Everyone goes out of their way to make sure you enjoy yourself and feel welcome. I'd go back tomorrow!

  • Liked — Total Experience
  • Disliked — Rainforest Bure - but I'm a bit picky about our rooms
  • Stayed December 2008, traveled with family
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in January 2009.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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Reviewed December 1, 2008

Stayed at the resort and would definately think of going back in the near future. The resort was lovely. Grounds were spectacular and well kept, with gorgeous view throughout.

The room wasnt what we expected, as we booked an oceanview bure but didnt have much of a view of the beach as we were on the hill behind the trees. But we discovered that our rooms were larger than the lower ones, so that helped.

Pools were nice, could have had more shade. The restaurant always served delicious meals, and mickey the chef was lovely. And we enjoyed kava with him and a few other members of the staff. Very lovely people. Always willing to go out of there way to make your stay spectacular.

Activities were excellent and were planned daily as per the bilibili news board.

The drinks were well priced, and happy hour made it even more of a deal with cocktails from $8.50FJD. Not bad.

On arrival they provided foot scrubs, then because we were honeymooners we also got complimentary full body massages, sulus and a fruit basket. So this along with the wonderful service helped make our stay a amazing, and memorable one.

  • Liked — The staff
  • Disliked — The hill we had to climb to get to our bure
  • Stayed November 2008, traveled as a couple
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in December 2008.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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sybec
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed August 6, 2008

I just realised we completely forgot to post this after our trip to Fiji. We got married at Koro Sun Resort in March 2008 and had an amazing time. The below account of our trip is actually a letter we wrote to friends and family (so a bit long winded, sorry) but I thought others might find it helpful. Also, just wanted to say a big thank you to Linda Mangelsen who did such a fantastic job organising all the wedding and trip details before we departed and to all the other staff who were all so helpful and friendly.

“We have just returned from spending a wonderfully memorable week in Fiji - relaxing, exploring, catching up with family & friends and of course getting married! We stayed for 8 nights at the lovely Koro Sun Resort, a hidden gem on the Island of Vanua Levu along with 17 of our family and close friends. The resort is nestled on the shores of a small bay surrounded with swaying palm trees, the remnants of an old coconut plantation. Beautifully tended tropical gardens and water lily filled ponds rise up to a backdrop of lush, rainforest clad hills overlooking the sheltered turquoise lagoon.

The plane trip over to the island from Nadi was an experience in itself providing breathtaking views of the islands and surrounding coral reefs. We touched down on the tiny airstrip after a few nail-biting moments spent wondering whether we were going to land in the jungle or the sea. Taxiing up the runway to a little tin hut which served as the Savusavu airport terminal we were greeted by Josh, a friendly (and we were later to learn, multi-skilled) member of the Koro Sun team.

At the resort we were met with smiles and a refreshing welcome drink before being shown to our simple yet comfortable burès (i.e. rooms). Some had small screened balconies with a lovely view overlooking the treetops and all had wonderfully unique semi-outdoor stone showers. The rooms were tidy and spacious and fully equipped with all the essentials... no TV's or telephones, thank goodness!

We spent the following few days doing some organised activities interspersed with eating, lounging by the pool and chatting with the ever-friendly staff. The excursions were always led by a couple of knowledgeable guides and included a fascinating day kayaking to a salt lake tucked away in the rainforest, a walk to a beautiful natural waterfall for a swim and a visit to the local village and school. The town market was a hive of activity with stalls selling giant Taro roots and weird, twisted bundles of Kava which we later sampled in a traditional Kava ceremony. I'm not sure that anyone developed a taste for the stuff but we certainly downed a fair quantity trying!

A day out diving on the nearby reef swimming through underwater caves and tunnels with turtles and the occasional reef shark was enjoyed by everyone and even the most experienced divers amongst us were impressed. It was definitely worth the risk of bursting an eardrum for those of us unfortunate enough to be suffering from head colds at the time! But luckily there were no such incidents!

A few ventured out to play a round on the picturesque yet rustic golf course, dodging falling coconuts and trying not to step on the many frogs emerging from the lily ponds made for an interesting game. A ball lost down one of the numerous hidden mongoose holes was willingly sacrificed rather than risk the inevitable consequences of sending delicate fingers roaming into the abode of a sharp toothed critter.

It was actually surprising we were able to take part in any of these activities considering each day started with a huge breakfast of fresh fruit, cereal and muffins plus a large selection of cooked goodies. This was then followed by a 3 course lunch and dinner menu which was so delicious that we wondered whether we would still fit into our wedding clothes when the time came. We also developed an evening ritual of gathering around the bar for happy hour cocktails which seemed to start whenever we turned up and lasted for a very generous "Fijian hour".

We decided it would be fun to follow tradition and have a stereotypical Hens/Bucks day. So, early one morning the men set out for a day of "hunting" on the high seas, equipped with fishing rods, spring rolls and copious amounts of beer. Meanwhile, the ladies arose to go "gathering" which involved an educational herbal walk led by a Fijian lady with a great gift for identifying native plants and their medicinal uses. This was followed by restorative foot scrubs and general pampering around the pool whilst awaiting the return of our men-folk.. The hunters returned victorious with even the oldies amongst them flaunting their trophy fish like a group of excited schoolboys.

The ever-helpful resort staff once again exceeded expectations by offering to organise a BBQ on the beach for us that night. It sounded like a great idea and we expected to be given a hotplate and a handful of eating utensils for a rustic night out. But when we arrived on the beach that evening there were tables and chairs set out, torches, a giant BBQ with the fish all prepared in a divine tasting marinade and accompanied by a selection of salads, meats and fruit! The only thing they couldn't provide was the chef who was understandably busy in the restaurant. We couldn't have asked for anything more and we spent a magical evening watching the sun set and listening to a group of local musicians who came down to join us.

During the week we had numerous meetings with the resort wedding co-ordinator, Saras, who was incredibly helpful and patient as we changed the wedding details several times. She bore it all with a smile and exclamation of “No worries!”. We went into town the day before the wedding to organise the official documents (an interesting experience!) and discuss the ceremony with the minister who we met in the middle of the marketplace! We also had several chats with our aforementioned helper from the airport to discuss ideas for the photo location... Josh stepped up to fill the shoes of wedding photographer when our original plans fell through, a favour which we were immensely grateful for. This turned out to be one of those unexpected but lucky twists of fate as we ended up with some wonderfully candid photos that really captured the essence of the day.

The wedding day arrives... So the morning of the 26th finally dawned (yes, we're sorry to all those who were thinking of us with anticipation on the 25th but we changed our minds!) ;) The girls all congregated in a hillside burè to have their hair done by the wonderfully eccentric Mama Reggie while the men went snorkelling to try and to take their minds off the ceremony to come. Running late as usual, the girls of the bridal party eventually emerged to the sound of beating drums while the men stood sweating on the beach... waiting... but eventually we were united in a beautiful yet simple ceremony under blue skies!

After a quick trip up the hill for a photo shoot at one of the extravagantly appointed luxury villas we all gathered in the waterfront restaurant for a champagne toast and seafood buffet lunch. Speeches were made, embarrassing stories told and heartfelt messages read from those who couldn't make it. The day slowly wound down as people drifted off for afternoon siestas or reclining by the pool before re-grouping for the evening meal. All in all a wonderful day was had by everyone. The remaining days passed all too quickly and before we knew it we were saying goodbye to Koro Sun. A heartfelt farewell song sung by the staff sent us on our way and we found ourselves heading back to our respective homes and the mundane reality of our daily lives!”

  • Stayed March 2008, traveled with family
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in August 2008.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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Denver,CO
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed July 12, 2008

Bula! Koro Sun was an amazing resort. My husband and I went there for our honeymoon and had a great time. The bures were clean, beautiful and comfortable. We had the opportunity to stay in an ocean view bure and the honeymoon bure and both were awesome. The food was like eating at a gourmet restaurant in a tropical setting. We had tons of activities to do from a coconut demonstration to swimming in waterfalls. I suggest buying the adventure package, it is well worth it. The resort is perfect for couples and for families. They have a kids club where the staff entertains the kids while the parents get a massage or enjoy an activity.The staff bends over backward for everyone. If you need anything they will do whatever they can to make you happy. My husband and I had the best time and we can't wait to go back. We got really close with the staff and miss them a lot already. If you do choose to go remember you are going to a third world country, they are always in need of supplies. We checked an extra bag full of aid. Tennis shoes and flip flops are a luxury so bring some or leave your extras behind. Check out the website for more info. Happy travels.

  • Liked — The staff
  • Disliked — nothing everything was amazing!
  • Stayed July 2008, traveled as a couple
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in July 2008.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed June 29, 2008

Great all inclusive resort with amazing gounds. Cheapear rates it you try and walk in and book the room rather than booking early. Wonderful staff and amazing dive shop right next door. spa is to die for!. will definately stay here again

  • Stayed July 2007
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in June 2008.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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Hawaii
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
Reviewed June 11, 2008

My husband, two friends, and I stayed at Koro Sun Resort from May 17 – May 24, 2008. We are all very well traveled and have stayed at many hotels/resorts throughout the years in many different countries, and we thought without a doubt that Koro Sun was one of the best resorts we had ever stayed at. The staff (almost all Fijians) were gracious, kind, and warmly welcoming. The food was superb. They served fresh locally grown fruits, freshly made breads and pastries, and local ingredients for each meal – all prepared with just the right amount of spice, with a little lagniappe thrown in.
The spa was romantic with an actual waterfall as the background “music”. The masseuse were wonderful – well trained and highly skilled at massaging and relaxing every tense muscle in your body. This spa deserves its ranking as one of the best in Fiji.
The architecture was modern colonial, although they are building American style townhouses at the lagoon (granite countertops, steel appliances, etc). However, these are not as appealing to our tastes as the original bures, which were surrounded by white picket fences with entry arbors chock full of colorful tropical flowers.
Cocktails are expensive at the resort (about $8 US) but they are expensive everywhere in Fiji. The drinks are very good – strong, good sized, well prepared, and creative in the ingredients. Many people congregate at the bar in the evening, where you meet other folks from all over the world.
Koro Sun Divers was superb and Colin (owner), Sam, Michael, Isaac, and the other dive masters couldn’t have been more professional and helpful. Colin definitely has one of the premier dive operations in Fiji.
Although there is a golf course that meanders through the resort, do not bring your own clubs here – and do not expect that you’ll be playing at an American style golf course. The Koro Sun golf course is jungle golf at it finest. The fairways are so overgrown with fast growing grass that you’ll lose your ball in the middle of the fairway. The signage is poor and we couldn’t tell where the tees were and which green the tees belonged to. We gave up after the first hole and decided to hit any green that was near where our ball landed (if we could locate the ball, that is). We struggled through mud, streams, unimaginable rough; hit over lime trees, up hills, around pineapple orchards, and under papaya trees. Palm trees were everywhere and based on our scores, this was the most difficult golf course we had ever played! It is not for the faint of heart.
We would definitely go back to Koro Sun Resort. It was more than we expected and we felt well cared for and relaxed after the week there

  • Liked — everything - the staff, accommodations, diving, food, spa
  • Disliked — golf
  • Stayed May 2008, traveled with friends
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in June 2008.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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Oahu, Hawaii
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Reviewed June 3, 2008

It takes a long time to get there, but once you're there, you're glad you came. My wife and I and another couple spent at week at the Koro Sun recently, sharing a two bedroom Bure (cottage). We loved the warm, friendly staff who knew our names almost from the first meeting, the beautiful bure that looked out to the Koro Sea, delicious, fresh, inventive food choices at every meal, and a rainforest spa that dispensed with recorded waterfall music in favor of a real waterfall. Not to mention a nine hole golf course that will not be compared any time soon to Pebble Beach. if you're looking for New York or Vegas nightlife or every-minute action on your vacation, this is probably not the place for you. But if your tastes run more to the basic tropical paradise theme, with interesting local things to do and delightful Fijian hospitality, we highly recommend it. Also, go see Colin, Sam, Michael, and Isaac at Koro Sun Divers. They'll also take great care of you above and below the waves.

  • Liked — The staff
  • Stayed May 2008, traveled with friends
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Josaia R, General Manager at Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, responded to this review, February 2, 2015
Happy New Year From the Koro Sun Resort Family.

Thank you for your review back in June 2008.

My name is Josaia Rayawa ("JR"). My wife, Margie and I are the new Co-General Managers at Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa. We find this a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves. Margie and I joined Koro Sun Resort in 2014.

We hope to be able to encourage you to come visit Koro Sun again. We are in the throes of including 8 new floating bures/villas on the lagoon, the first of its kind in Fiji.

Do let us know if you want us to keep you in the loop on the progress. My email is jr@korosunresort.com

JR & Margie
Co-GMs
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
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Property: Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa
Address: Hibiscus Highway, Savusavu, Vanua Levu 00000, Fiji
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Location: Fiji > Vanua Levu > Savusavu
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Business Center with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Savusavu
#3 Family Hotel in Savusavu
#3 Luxury Hotel in Savusavu
#3 Spa Hotel in Savusavu
#5 On the Beach Hotel in Savusavu
#5 Romantic Hotel in Savusavu
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:4 star — Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa 4*
Number of rooms: 43
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Our northern unspoiled location offers you the genuine warmth and friendliness of the Fijian people, beautiful lush tropical surroundings, and warm, impossibly clear waters. In a remote setting that defines paradise, Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa immerses you in a genuine Fijian experience that's nirvana to the core. In the unspoiled native north on "Fiji's other big island" of Vanua Levu, this 160-acre sanctuary was born of a nature lover's dream. The tropical retreat is etched within a coconut plantation that's encircled by lush rainforests at the edge of a stunning private lagoon. From the moment you arrive, the Koro Sun staff embraces you like family. They greet you with a song that welcomes you to your home away from home. Certainly, the Fijians are known around the globe for being the most warm and friendly islands on earth.That hospitality - coupled with our diverse accommodations and recreation - has made Fiji's Koro Sun Resort an international favorite for relaxing holidays, active family vacations and magical romantic getaways. You may experience the latter in our brand new Edgewater Bures, with lagoon front location. Our 43 private bures and villas are spacious, individually appointed decor and fully air-conditioned. Your stay is all-inclusive - from airport transfers to bountiful gourmet fare and a flurry of non-motorized water sport activities and exclusive diving at the world-famous Namena Marine Reserve with Namena Divers Inc now based at Koro Sun Resort. Beverages are additional. ... more   less 
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