Beachcomber Island Resort3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We just want to thank everyone at beachcomber for a wonderful week! Beautiful staff who go out of their way to make you feel at home.. I can’t say Thankyou enough, we will definitely come back to your awesome island! Sending you all lots of big hugs!!!
Away from the wild crowds, with emerald clear waters and endless sand beach, it's one of the small Fiji islands that steal your heart. Some years ago I visited another similar Fiji island and always remember it with nostalgia. The restaurant has original decoration. Food is basic but satisfied my hunger. The open air bar has benches fully sunshined but also enough shade for everyone. A lot of sport activities like snorkeling and jet ski. If you stay there for several days in the picturesque bungalows, excursions to other Fiji islands will keep you busy. There are no loungers or umbrellas on the beach.
The resort was absolutely amazing. The service was exceptional and 'Mama' did a great job in keeping things orgainized. The eight of us stayed in Bure 11 which was luxurious except the bathroom was a bit annoying as water from the shower often flooded the bathroom. Anyway, the turtle sanctuary was great and swimming around the coast fantastic. What I like best is the location and the staff...professional Pacific dancers...I want to visit this resort again in the near future...
We arrived by cruise ship and booked this day trip through one of the ground operators at the cruise wharf. It was a better price than off the ship, but still far more expensive than booking it locally. Beachcomber is a backpacker Resort, nice boat trip over and then you are off snorkelling which was great, it was like swimming in an aquarium, you are in deep water and it can get very choppy. Back to the island to look at the tortoises and then lunch, which was okay. For the price the trip felt a bit rushed, having been told to be on shore by 8am, we spent an hour and a half waiting around before being taken to the resort to catch the boat. So not that much time in the island, only 30 minute snorkel. That said not much else to do in Lautoka, so it’s the best option
Purchased a ticket from Howard Travel, Excursion includes pick up and drop off from your hotel. Boat leaves at Denarau from 9am. Buffet lunch included and Morning&Afternoon tea. The island is beautiful for swimming,relaxing & snorkeling. Staff are very friendly and welcome you with a song upon arrival. They organize an activity for a day in the island & feeding the turtles. Bar have specials every 2 hrs. You need to demand a lifevest from the boatman during transfers from Port Denarau vice versa as sea water can be rough. Highly recoomended to include in your itinerary if staying in Nadi.
Me and my partner got a great deal on this place paid $125 to stay for two days plus all of our food breakfast, lunch and dinner worth every penny. We wish we stayed longer. The water crystal clear a bit currenty but it’s an island so that’s expected. Everything there we both found was reasonably priced besides some of the alchaholic drinks. We got a beautiful welcoming and they got us settled into our room fast so that was really nice expecially after a long ferry ride it was easy stress free. The meals we heard a lot of complaints from the other guests about but we found the food to be good basic fulling food was allowed seconds and we were never hungry. Very basic but filling food. As for the party it wasn’t there, about 15 other guests and the dancing nor partying wasn’t there but none fault to the resort. Our room was basic no complaints except that our lock on our door was broken and didn’t lock so huge saftey hazard. Someone could have easily walked in and stolen our belongings. Other than that we had a great stay so much potential here would recommend going with friends.
took a 1/2 day trip to the island costing $1200 for a family of 7.Arrived at 1pm for complimentry lunch to find almost nothing left(beef bones, dried chickens wings and rice). Got 2 plates of chips for hungry grand children at $10 per plate. The snorkeling was good but jet skies were not available( one of the main reasons for the trip), turtle viewing was 4 baby turtles in a tank and beach umbrellas had to be hired and the boat trip home mired by blocked toilets.Not a good experience at all! if you want to go there, just get a ferry ticket and not the full package tour
Stayed here for one night after travel resumed following the cyclone so it was very quiet, perhaps only 15 people staying on the island so the atmosphere was pretty non existent not due to a lack of trying by the staff. The dorms are really not great, even by Fiji hostel standards. There are no plugs apart from those being used by the fans which aren’t massively helpful, and the beds are as expected for what you pay. Food wasn’t great, but not bad either. A short stop over was plenty long enough! There are much nicer islands you can visit but I’m sure when busier, it’s worth going for a fun night.
We spent a few nights here on our honeymoon. The waters were beautiful, saw some sharks while snorkeling, met some fun people & had a great night partying. We loved the sand floor at the bar, the entertainment and Dj were great the only let down was the food, it was average it was like school camp food.
We visited here Jan 2018 as part of the Springbreak party week and had such an awesome stay. We stayed in a bungalow on the beach front and it was just perfect for us. Nothing flash but it is a backpacker resort so we were more than happy with the accommodation. Food is also included as there is nowhere else to eat on this tiny island and it was good heart “island” food, no complaints at all. The staff were the most friendly caring people and always happy to go out of their way to help. Not for families as it’s a party island but such a cool spot if you wanted to go away with a group of friends to chill and party. The views are to die for and the sunrise out of this world!!
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Private beach
Beachcomber Island Resort places you next to Mamanuca Islands. This 74-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a private beach, a water park, and a restaurant. Tivua Island and Vuda Point Marina are also within the region.
This hotel is home to a buffet restaurant and a bar/lounge.
All 74 rooms feature ceiling fans.
Guests of Beachcomber Island Resort have access to a private beach, a water park, and a nightclub. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available on request) for FJD 109 per person one-way. Front-desk staff can assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
61.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 606 reviews