Mercure Nadi Martintar, Nadi
Deluxe, modern and with relaxation facilities aplenty, this hotel is set within five acres of a tropical oasis and only minutes from Nadi town centre.
Grand West Villas Nadi
Good Value. Casual atmosphere, ideal for tourists, families or business persons, recommended for short stays. Tour desk available on site. PL2014
Hexagon International Hotel Nadi
Hexagon International Hotel is located 7 minutes from the airport and Nadi town. It's a popular Nadi Hotel for guests seeking a central base from which to explore the mainland and outer Islands. The area is popular for its eateries, nightclub, cinema, spas etc. The hotel has a tour desk which facilitates those who want to do a day tour, take a boat ride to the islands, visit the mountain of the sleeping giants or take a taxi ride to Denarau Marina. Excellent value for money.
Tokatoka Resort Hotel Nadi
Located directly opposite the Nadi International Airport amidst tropical landscaped gardens, this airport resort hotel offers a range of accommodation from studio rooms, family villas, 1 bedroom villas and suites. 15 minutes? drive to Nadi Town. *Rates include shuttle transfers to and from Nadi International Airport. Flight details must be provided at booking for transfer to be arranged
Club Fiji Resort Nadi
Club Fiji is your island resort on the mainland, intimate and peaceful but not isolated, situated 5 kilometres from Nadi town. There are two restaurants, two bars and a pizza restaurant. The resort has 24 beach bures and 8 beachfront bures on 12 acres of lush tropical gardens, a long sandy beach and a nice swimming pool with lots of hammocks. We have laser sailing boats and kayaks as well as free snorkelling trips in our resort boat, beach massage and live music and fire dancing 3 times per week.
Tanoa International Hotel Nadi Airport
Located 10 minutes away from Nadi International Airport, with 148 rooms in a peaceful tropical setting, Tanoa International Hotel can be used as your hub to get around the island. With extensive conference facilities, a range of dining options, and high-speed internet in every room, this is the place to be. PL2014
Fiji Gateway Hotel Nadi Airport
Good affordable hotel close to the airport, suitable for short stays. Facilities include 2 swimming pools one with a waterslide a poolside bar, gym, tennis and volley ball court available. Complimentary airport shuttle
Absorbing the city life
It's safe to say that nearly every Fiji visitor has been to Nadi. It is a transportation hub for international travellers, and while many are only there long enough to catch their boat or seaplane to their final destination, this buzzing city may surprise with its selection of quality dining, shopping and staying options.
Mercure and Novotel both offer quality locations close to Nadi's city centre. Both are within minutes to the Nadi Town Markets. Or, head to the coast for a stay along Newtown Beach. Club Fiji Resort, Smugglers Cove Beach Resort & Spa and Aquarius On The Beach all offer waterfront locations with 3-star service, comfortable rooms and reasonable rates.
Escape to Denarau Island
Head less than 15 minutes north west of the city and you'll hit Denarau Island. This is the start of the Fiji that most travellers think of, teeming with swish resort getaways along the waterfront. Port Denarau is popular with holiday makers with its many shops and restaurants. The island is also home to the Denarau Golf Course.
5-star luxury is the norm throughout Denaru with many international chains offering up extravagant waterfront resorts. The Radisson Blu and Sheraton are just two examples, each with all the trappings of luxury accommodation in a beautiful garden setting. Hilton, Sofitel and Westin also offer quality locations in Denarau.
The gateway to the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands
Beyond the shores of Nadi, the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands call to travellers eager to recharge amidst the secluded shores of these remote archipelagos. Both encompass a combined total of approximately 40 small islands. Let your troubles melt away as you dive, snorkel or sunbathe along the shores of any one of the many tranquil resorts on offer.
The Mamanuca archipelago has historically been the more popular with many islands offering premium accommodation. If you'd like to splash out, consider a stay at the Sheraton on Tokoriki Island. If you're watching your budget, head for the Yasawa Islands. These less travelled islands feature a number of lower cost accommodation, such as the Naqalia Lodge, that will have you soaking up the sun in style.