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Reviewed May 28, 2019

Celebrated our wedding anniversary with our family and grand daughter.
Paradise Cove was highly recommended by our Travel Agent Sandi and it exceeded our expectations.
We had beach front Villas and a Beach Front Villa with a Plunge Pool
Right on the foreshore with Palm Trees in front leading to lovely white sands to the crystal clear water with a superb variety of fish and coral.
Outdoor showers was amazing, Staff fantastic.
Awesome fine food dining.with menu changed every 2 days.
Fantastic range of Cocktails.
A wide variety of activities and were affordable.
Our daughter did the swimming with Mantaray Tour and said it was a truly awesome experience.
The village Tour was great and gives and good perspective of the lives of the Fijians People and children were so friendly and makes you appreciate what we have.
The effect of the cyclone was devastating and it will take years to recover.
The School office has to share the same room with the Library.
The ladies had massages and were truly amazing.
Special thanks to all friendly and amazing staff especially Meli, Sulu, Irmani, Rachel, Watu and Luku, Rodney and chef and staff behind the scene making everything seemless
Thank you for our Anniversary night celebration.
We will love to come back to this Paradise.

Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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2  Thank family1111111
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Reviewed May 27, 2019 via mobile

The staff here are so friendly! There are adventures each day (eg scuba, snorkeling) but our favorite was the village visit where you go to one of the staff’s village and see how they live. It felt very casual, like we were friends stopping by, instead of touristy and awkward.

The staff think of everything- they have sunscreen and bug spray at the bar for all to use. There definitely were mosquitos (we went during rainy season) but they weren’t awful. Rainy season was awesome because it wasn’t crowded and there was always part of the day with sun!

The gym is also pretty decent and overlooks the water!? Massage was great and reasonable too.

We hiked on one of the trails (15 minutes) during sunset and the summit overlooked the water. So pretty!

Vegan options abound, but the best part about eating here are the little vegan surprises that they gave us with every meal: crockets, sorbets, muffins, and chocolate deserts that don’t appear on the menu magically appear on the table and they are amazing. Also very gluten free friendly (they have a separate toaster for GF bread!) and obviously vegetarian friendly.

You aren’t supposed to drink the water in the room but they’ll fill up for you at the bar, or in the gym. I loved this so I could use my reusable bottle and not waste plastic.

We went as a couple but there were definitely families with kids. However, there’s enough seating in the restaurant and beach that you can get away from the noise.

You have to take a big boat from Nadi but it’s worth it... Nadi is gross.

Would definitely go back.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank bdhdydysbekrkrbrbrbr
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Reviewed May 16, 2019 via mobile

Paradise Cove is exactly that...paradise in a cove!

We arrived on the Pacific Island seaplane so we’re already giddy with excitement. A boat quickly ferried us to our destination where upon arrival, a huge “Bula” was shouted by many of the staff present.

Our warm, friendly introduction to the resort was hosted by Ross and his wife Mary Ann, after which, we were shown to our room. Ours was a garden room which featured a patio area with a day bed, comfortable living space, huge bed and a bathroom with outdoor showers, twin sinks and all the amenities you might need. It was tastefully decorated and clearly kept to a high standard.

The resort itself has 3 pools (2 of which are in an area reserved for adults only!), the main restaurant and the boat bar which hosts lunch. In addition to the garden rooms, there are a number of beach front accommodations with private sun loungers.

Beachfront, you’re met with powdery white sand, palm trees and a turquoise sea. There is a PADI qualified dive centre which also offers many many other activities such as snorkelling, kayaking and paddle boarding. Other activities include sunset drinks and nibbles, bush walking and a local village tour.

Staying at this resort means no need to worry about meals as they’re all included! The chef and his team have put together delicious menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as two daily specials every lunchtime. They use only the best ingredients which are beautifully cooked and presented to a very high standard!

As well as the food, they have a devilish cocktail list which, if not treated with respect, will put you to sleep if you have too many!

Above all, because none of this can be achieved otherwise, are the staff! They’re all the friendliest, kindest people we’ve ever met and are the icing on the cake!

There are too many to mention by name but we would like to personally thank Ross and Mary Ann, Mele, Amini, Bill, Tivo and Rachel. All of whom made our stay a definite 11/10.

Keep up the great work guys, we truly to hope see you all again real soon and Mele, don’t be scared!

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
2  Thank Johno5571
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Reviewed May 14, 2019

We recently spent a week at Paradise Cove over the Easter break. The resort was absolutely perfect for our team of four (two kids, 8 and 5 and two adults). The beach was absolutely beautiful - the food was excellent and there were plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained.
Cannot recommend this place highly enough. Thank you Liku, Meli, Ross, Amani, Knox etc. etc. We will be back!

Date of stay: April 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank Alex E
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Reviewed May 9, 2019 via mobile

Second time to paradise cove and it didn’t disappoint
So relaxing
Great team- Pate, Siko, Knox and melie
Nothing is too much trouble

If you get a chance try the champagne tubing
Snorkelling trips are great but there is also fantastic snorkelling right in front of the resort
We even got to do a night snorkel

We will be back

Date of stay: April 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
2  Thank NzTommo
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